Alright, you guys, poutines are life. Let's all just admit it. There is nothing on this earth like a warm, cheesy, tasty poutine.\nREAD ALSO: Downtown Montreal Opens All-New “Tex-Mex” Restaurant\nUnless it's a breakfast poutine, which just takes the world's greatest dish and elevates it to a whole. Nother. Level. Thankfully for us, there are tons of spots that make awesome breakfast poutines - and here are just a few that stand out.\n1. Beaver Hall\nA photo posted by Kelly Rose (@kellyroseqt) on Jan 16, 2016 at 3:18pm PST\n1073 Côte du Beaver Hall\nIf you've never been to this delicious Montreal restaurant, part of the Europea family, then you need to get yourself there ASAP. Not only does this spot serve up delicious food during the week, but on weekends, their breakfast BH Poutine (with pulled pork, bacon, and more) is straight up mind-blowing.\nFacebook\n2. Faberge\nA photo posted by Polokid (@ericlemagnifique) on Dec 8, 2016 at 7:17am PST\n25 Avenue Fairmount O\nIf you've ever craved a delicious brunch in Montreal, then you've got to get yourself to this Mile End spot. Featuring delicious, fresh, and innovative dishes - like their super famous and tasty breakfast poutine - this is one breakfast/brunch spot you cannot pass up.\nFacebook\n3. L'Oeufrier\nA photo posted by Astri Buchanan (@astribuchanan) on Nov 22, 2016 at 8:17am PST\nMultiple locations\nThankfully, there are tons of L'Oeufrier locations throughout the island, meaning whenever you need your breakfast poutine fix, this spot has got your back. Bonus points for their super varied breakfast poutine options, all of which are more tasty than the last.\nFacebook\n4. Resto Du Village\nA photo posted by Lea Alice (@lea.alice) on Jul 3, 2016 at 5:58am PDT\n1310 Wolfe St\nSituated in Montreal's Gay Village, this spot is seriously legit. They're open 24/7, and they also happen to offer 24/7 breakfast... and, by extension, breakfast poutines. All the yums? You know it.\nFacebook\n5. Poutine Centrale\nA photo posted by Sonya Kondratenko (@sonyakarate) on Apr 27, 2015 at 6:01am PDT\n3971 Rue Hochelaga\nPicture a seriously tasty poutine, with all your favourites: fresh cheese curds, crisp fries, delicious sauce. Now picture it with a whole ton of bacon and a fried egg on top. Sounds delicious? That's because it is, friends; you can find this, and more, at Montreal's Poutine Centrale.\nFacebook\n6. Gonzo Cafe\nA photo posted by Simon Vaillancourt (@simonsayzfood) on Dec 3, 2016 at 10:16am PST\n919 Avenue Duluth E\nThis Plateau cafe is seriously mindblowing. Not only do they have awesome coffee, but their food selections happen to be out of this world amazing. Couple that with an amazing vibe and a super welcoming atmosphere, and you've got your new favourite spot.\nFacebook\n7. Paulo Et Suzanne\nA photo posted by Ara Ekmekdjian (@chef_zona) on Apr 23, 2016 at 12:09am PDT\n5501 Boul Gouin O\nThis 24/7 Ahuntsic diner serves up pretty much the tastiest poutines you could possibly eat... and their breakfasts just happen to be out of this world, too. When you combine those two delicious meals together, though, do you know what you get? Pure happiness, in the form of Paulo Et Suzanne's breakfast poutines.\nFacebook\n8. Burger Bar\nA photo posted by @afoodieinmtl on Dec 4, 2016 at 6:23pm PST\n1465 Rue Crescent\nOkay, I'm not entirely sure that this is a "breakfast" poutine per say, since technically Burger Bar opens at 11 AM. But it's got an egg on it, and it's called the Hangover Poutine, so that pretty much screams breakfast to me, TBH.\nFacebook\nAdd mtlblog on Snapchat.