Montreal Opens Its First-Ever “All You Can Eat” Brunch Restaurant

Unlimited eggs, bacon, and happiness.
Montreal Opens Its First-Ever “All You Can Eat” Brunch Restaurant

Brunch: it's not quite breakfast, it's not quite lunch, but it comes with a slice of cantaloupe at the end, and it's delicious. (We're now officially friends if you caught that reference, btw).

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In fact, I'd go even further and say that much more than just being delicious, brunch is pretty much the best meal of the day.

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It has all the energizing power of breakfast, with the hunger-relieving happiness of lunch. Plus, you know, some really, really awesome food.

The only issue I have with brunch is that there's not an unlimited amount of brunch food available to me at all times.

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But one Montreal restaurant is aiming to fix that problem.

Le Gras Dur (1660 Rue Jarry E), who also host all-you-can-eat poutine and chicken wing nights throughout the week, are bringing us all-you-can-eat brunch.

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On Saturdays and Sundays, for a flat rate of $25, you can nosh on a buffet of bacon, sausages, eggs, ham, potatoes, and much, much more. And as much of it as you want.

The restaurant also offers a glass of champagne, mimosa, and specialty coffee included in their brunch for $31.

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Sound like all your brunch dreams come to life? Then check out Le Gras Dur on Facebook for more information.

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