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Fancy brunches are perfect for birthdays, anniversaries, Valentine's day, reunions, and just about anything! It's always fun to enjoy some amazing brunches spots in Montreal, but it's even more fun when you can do it dressed to the 9. So, to help you out with any classy event you wish to plan in the morning, I have composed this killer list!

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Montreal sure does have amazing food but, we strive in our fabulous breakfasts and brunches! One of our ancient specialties happens to be... you guessed it, eggs benedict! Montreal's eggs benedict go from classic to out of this world depending on which restaurant you go to. But the combination of poached eggs, Hollandaise Sauce, an English muffin, and much more make Montreal's eggs benedict truly special and to the nine.

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Okay. I think it's pretty clear by now that I'm a little bit of a foodie. I'll freely admit that I lowkey consider eating at a restaurant a better night out than going clubbing or Netflix and chilling. But do you know where I'd be if I didn't find ways to save on my biggest passion? Broke, my friends. Well, more broke than I already am. Luckily for you, I've decided to share my favourite trick for saving money at some of the most expensive, quality Montreal restaurants. That's right. Prepare to eat like a champ on your lunch break, and read on for 10 Cheap Lunches At Expensive Montreal Restaurants.

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Pâté is one of those foods that's great at any time of the day - breakfast, lunch, second lunch, it doesn't matter. It's a creamy delicious spread that's usually made from cooked ground meat and fat that's been minced into a paste. You can eat it hot or cold, but it's always best when put on some equally delicious freshly baked bread.

While yes, it's typically made with liver meat, which might be too weird for some people to handle, there are other options out there that are made from things like seafood and veggies, so there's something for everyone.

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There’s no better way to start off a lovely Montreal summer weekend morning than with a relaxing brunch with friends. Even though such a meal is pretty much impossible to screw up, you want to make the most of your experience, and ordering Eggs Benedict is the best way to do it. The combination of poached eggs, Hollandaise Sauce, an English muffin, and whatever else you can think to add on with it makes for an indulgently satisfying meal. Lots of restaurants around the city have attempted to tackle the dish, but a few stand out. Here are Montreal’s best Eggs Benedict dishes.

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