You've Only Done Brunch In Montreal Properly If You've Tried At Least 8 Of These 14 Spots

And yes, takeout counts!
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You've Only Done Brunch In Montreal Properly If You've Tried At Least 8 Of These 14 Spots

Can you think of anything better than Montreal brunch? There's not much that can top it.

Out of all of the things that Montreal does well (and, yes, there are a lot), brunch has got to be a city-wide favourite.

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While we may have our 5 à 7's, brunch is just as important to Montreal culture... and let's be real, it's the happy hour of the morning, anyway.

But when it comes to doing it properly, there are a few spots you need to try to truly call yourself a Montreal bruncher.

If you've been to at least eight of these 14 spots, then the title is all yours.

L'Avenue

Address: See website for multiple locations

Why You Need To Go: If the super generous and delicious plates weren't enough, the super cool decor and the overall vibe definitely will show you why the lineup to get in is always worth it.

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Foiegwa

Address: 3001, rue Notre-Dame O., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: Delicious brunch with a French diner vibe, this spot combines everything we love about Montreal: good food, retro vibes and a lot of French flair.

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Arthur's Nosh Bar

Address: 4621, rue Notre-Dame O., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: If you love a good nosh, then this is definitely a spot worth checking out.

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Fabergé

Address: 25, ave. Fairmount O., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: This spot is one of those classic places that you take someone when they're in from out of town, but you definitely don't have to wait until then.

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Resto-Café Quoi de N'oeuf

Address: 2745, rue Notre-Dame O., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: What's up, you ask? Oh, nothing much, except this delicious, cozy place for brunch in Saint-Henri that has us dreaming of when we can go back.

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Le Passé Composé 

Address:

1310, boul. de Maisonneuve E., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: Le Passé Composé may have been a frustrating part of French grammar you needed to learn in school, but now it's your favourite spot for your favourite meal.

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Café Gentile

Address: 4126, rue Saint-Catherine, Westmount, QC; 9299, ave du Parc, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: Gentile is a great go-to spot for lots of Montrealers, especially for brunch.

Beauty's

Address: 93, ave. Mont-Royal O., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: This place is exactly as it sounds: an absolute beauty... and it'll be even more so once it reopens after renovations.

LOV

Address: See website for multiple locations

Why You Need To Go: Whether you eat a plant-based diet or not, there's no denying this is one of the best places for brunch.

Régine Café

Address: 1840, rue Beaubien E., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: Out toward the east of the island is this great little spot is a must-try in the world of Montreal brunch.

St. Viateur Café

Address: See website for multiple locations

Why You Need To Go: St. Viateur isn't just a must-go brunch place, but a spot that everyone should go to in Montreal, in general.

Olive et Gourmando

Address: 351, rue Saint-Paul O., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: Another great place in Old Montreal, it's got charm, class and, of course, delicious brunch food.

Juliette et Chocolat

Address: See website for multiple locations

Why You Need To Go: Let's be honest — the only thing better than brunch is a sweet, decadent brunch.

Terrasse William Gray

Address: 421, rue Saint-Vincent, 8e étage, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: This iconic terrasse isn't just for drinks, but for brunch, too.

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