Montreal To Open All-New Vegan Brunch Spot

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Montreal To Open All-New Vegan Brunch Spot

On the whole, life is pretty aight for most of us. I mean, sure, we all have our ups and downs; we all have our bad days; but on the whole, things are pretty okay.

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Why? Because every so often, something great happens. Every so often, we're reminded of the simple pleasures that make life so amazing.

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Like brunch, for example. My personal favourite meal, brunch is magical for many reasons.

And very soon, Montreal will have its very own restaurant legit dedicated to vegan meals, including brunch.

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Vegano (432 Rue Rachel E) is a vegan Italian restaurant in Montreal's Plateau.

Their main focus is on delicious (and totally vegan, according to their social media channels!) Italian dishes, like "creamy" penne and broccoli, risotto, and more.

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Plus, they'll be offering up some seriously tasty vegan brunch items on the daily. Although their official menu is yet to be released, it'll feature awesome things like vegan blueberry pancakes, for example.

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No word yet on the official opening date of Vegano; only that it'll be opening up super, super soon.

#Vegan goodies that will be featured daily including 12 hour #chocolatechip #cookies & #vanilla #chocolate #coconut #cake. #scratch #biscuits #gateau #bouffe #Restaurant #ItalianFood #Comingsoon #organic #whatveganseat #vegansofig #veganfoodshare #vegano #veganism #sweet #sucre #baking #Sunday #dimanche #ctfu ##instagood #foodie #closer

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Sounds like your new favourite spot? Then check out Vegano on Facebook for more information.

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