This city's brunch culture is something else. People here live for the weekends so that they can check out a new brunch spot. That's definitely not a bad thing at all, since moving here I've become obsessed with brunch as well!\nREAD ALSO: You Can Now Get "Nutella Donut" Milkshakes In Montreal\nIt's because there's just sooo many amazing brunch spots here in the city that we can check out a new one every single weekend. We also get creative with our brunch foods here, always pushing the envelope with new and unique dishes.\nIf you're looking for a new brunch spot, a classic brunch spot, or a trendy brunch spot this list has it all! It's all narrowed down by borough as well, making it super easy for you to find an awesome brunch spot for you and your BFFs to enjoy this weekend!\nBest Brunch In Le Plateau 🍳\nBest Brunch In Downtown Montreal 🥓\nBest Brunch In Old Montreal 🥞\nBest Brunch In Saint Henri 🍓\nFor Best Brunch In Le Plateau, Click "NEXT"\nBest Brunch In Le Plateau:\n1. Cafe Melbourne\nvia @lemelbournecafe\n4615 St Laurent Blvd\nThis cool cafe in the plateau is always coming up with new and unique things. They have a lucky charms latte, pink, green and yellow lattes, delicious Australian sandwiches and this summer they're offering a pop-up brunch!\nYou can get some insane brunch food here on the weekends like their green tea French toast topped with cotton candy, their hotcakes topped with chocolate bars and a matcha hotcake topped with an actual ice cream cone!\n2. Pause & Vous\nvia @brownalliecat\n143 Mont-Royal Ave E\nThis spot clearly specializes in crepes. They make everything from salty savoury crepes to sugary sweet crepes! You won't be disappointed by a brunch day at this awesome spot this weekend. They also serve bagel sandwiches, eggs benedict, breakfast poutine and more!\n3. Beauty's Luncheonette\nvia @2epeau\n93 Mont-Royal Ave W\nThis is the ultimate diner breakfast spot that you must go to if you haven't already. They serve diner food but the best quality so you know you'll be getting the best brunch food in the neighbourhood. They serve everything from eggs, sausages and potatoes to delicious pancakes, to bagels with cream cheese and lox!\n4. Engaufrez-Vous\nvia @jenviajes\n8 Rue Rachel E\nThis place has waffles GALORE!! You can get huge waffles smothered in Nutella and strawberries, waffles drowned in powdered sugar, waffles made into a savoury sandwiches and sooo many other delicious options.\n5. Lawrence\nvia @foodbusker\n5201 St Laurent Blvd\nThis wouldn't be a plateau brunch list without the best spot, Lawrence on Saint Laurent! They make some delicious and unique British inspired brunch foods like their mushrooms and eggs on toast, blood sausage on toast, and their rice with eggs, haddock and tomatoes!\nFor Best Brunch In Downtown Montreal, Click "NEXT"\nBest Brunch In Downtown Montreal:\n1. Cafe Parvis\nvia @spilledmochabeans_\n433 Mayor St\nThis cute cafe will make you feel like you're eating brunch in the plateau but you're actually downtown! Get their breakfast pizza, brioche french toast topped with strawberry rhubarb, cheese stuffed croissants and so much more!\n2. Universal Dejeuner & Grillades\nvia @spoon_cua\n2055 Peel St\nServing you the best brunch foods all day long, this spot is great for any day of the week! You can get all kinds of classic brunch fare like eggs benedict, blueberry pancakes, eggs and bacon, and sooo much more!\n3. Maison Boulud\nvia @maisonboulud\n1228 Sherbrooke St W\nIf you're looking for a more upscale, classy kind of brunch than this is definitely the place to go. Maison Boulud is the restaurant located inside Montreal's fanciest hotel, the Ritz Carleton!\nThey serve delicious classics with a classy twist like their waffles, fried zucchini flowers, croissants stuffed with ham, eggs, cheese and mushrooms and sooo much more goodness!\n4. Cacoa 70\nvia @yuegx\n2087 Saint-Catherine St\nEnjoy your brunch the right way, sweet and smothered in chocolate! Cacoa 70 specializes in all things chocolate making their brunch completely unique. If you don't have a huge sweet tooth they have tons of savoury options as well!\n5. Bagels On Greene\nvia @filatova_maria\n4160 Saint-Catherine St\nThis spot serves up some of the best bagel sandwiches in the city. They even make some super unique bagels like their rainbow bagel! You can pair them with a delicious smoothie or a pastry!\nFor Best Brunch In Old Montreal, Click "NEXT"\nBest Brunch In Old Montreal:\n1. Olive & Gourmando\nvia @dialaskitchen\n351 Saint-Paul St W\nThis adorable little cafe/bakery is what everyone needs in their life this weekend. They have a counter FULL of amazing pastries to take to go with a coffee, sandwiches, salads, chi bowls, fruit parfaits and french toast to stay!\n2. Le Cartet\nvia @ciindy.lu\n106 McGill St\nThis cute French bistro is the perfect brunch spot if you're looking for some delicious food and good atmosphere. They have a huge indoor loft space and an outdoor terrace for the summer. They serve amazing eggs benedict, avocado toast, sweet and savoury crepes, and yogurt parfaits!\n3. Maison Christian Faure\nvia @elodiedrolet\n355 Place Royale\nThis is one of my favourite places to go for croissants in the city because they're literally so delicious. The almond/chocolate croissant is my absolute favourite, but be careful because these things can be addictive! Christian Faure is a baker that came straight from France to share his amazing creations with us Montrealers and we're all so thankful for it.\nThey have an assortment of mouth-watering pastries to choose from, and although it's not a traditional brunch spot, it sure will satisfy your sweet tooth!\n4. Hambar\nvia @hambarmtl\n355 McGill St\nThis spot is sure to make you throw whatever diet you committed to out the window. They serve their insanely thick French Toast topped with ice cream, walnuts and pears (!!), eggs benedict with porchetta, and bagels and lox!\n5. Crew Collective & Cafe\nvia @crewcollectivecafe\n360 St Jacques St\nThis spot is so beautiful it doesn't even seem real. It's a cafe built into an old bank and the interior is seriously stunning! If you have yet to visit this hidden gem in the city, here's another reason that you should besides how beautiful it is, they serve amazing breakfast food!\nYou can get a sausage breakfast sandwich, bagels and lox, avocado toast, and a huge selection of amazing pastries to go with a perfect cup of coffee.\nFor Best Brunch In Saint Henri, Click "NEXT"\n1. Foiegwa\nvia @kathlenee\n3001 Notre-Dame St W\nThis adorable brunch spot is serving up some seriously good eats that you must try if you haven't already. They have some insane dishes like their blueberry ricotta pancakes, fried chicken and waffles, truffle scrambled eggs, and smoked salmon eggs benedict!\n2. Restaurant L'Avenue\nvia @ondejeune\n3612 Notre-Dame St W\nThe new L'Avenue location just opened up in Saint Henri and it's just as awesome as their first location in the plateau. They have an insane menu with crazy options from pancakes to eggs benedict and everything in between!\n3. Arthurs Nosh Bar\nvia @cathutch124\n4621 Notre-Dame St W\nThis Saint Henri staple specializes in Jewish fare with a twist. Eat the fluffiest pancakes you've ever tasted, loaded challah toast, eggs and potato latkes and bagels and lox of course!\n4. H4C\nvia @halflusk\n538 Place Saint-Henri\nThis brunch spot located right by Place Saint Henri metro serves up some innovative breakfast dishes. They serve fluffy pancakes with strawberry rhubarb, lobster cakes, eggs benedict with duck confit, and brioche and donuts served with assorted jams!