The 15 Best Hangover Brunch Spots In Montreal

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Ah yes, we are all no stranger to the common hangover, especially on NYE. You get swamped with headaches, nausea, and well you basically feel like crap. But don’t worry, I have a simple cure that will make you start 2017 off the right way. This recovery plan involves going to one of the brunch spots down below for a superb dish hat will sweep your hangover off its feet and away from you!

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We as Montrealers are lucky enough to have access to some of the best hangover curing restaurants in all of Canada! These breakfast locations are all divine and perfect for your first hangover of 2017. So, get up, pop an Advil, put on those sunglasses and have a mad real breakfast. It's time to start off your first morning of 2017 with a breakfast bang!

1. Start To Recover From NYE At Régine Café In 2017

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1840 Rue Beaubien E

This French style café is perfect for a classy AF hangover. I strongly recommend coming here if you had a fancy New Year's party because you can still feel classy but secretly be a mess! The restaurant is decorated in vintage Parisian decor and it’s honestly a lovely place where you can dress up for 2017… just don’t forget the sunglasses.


2. Start To Recover From NYE At The Sparrow In 2017

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5322 Boul St-Laurent

For a more low-key hipster recovery, I suggest heading to The Sparrow. It is the perfect place for a quiet hangover with your close pals if you had a casual NYE. So, start 2017 the right way, with some delightful food!


3. Start To Recover From NYE At La Bête à Pain In 2017

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195 Rue Young

La Bête à Pain is located right in the core of Griffontown where you can go to recover or call to recover as well. Yes, I said it, this little bakery will deliver your brunch to you. So, for that hangover where you just can’t get out of bed because your NYE was too wild, this is the perfect option for you!


4. Start To Recover From NYE At Foiegwa In 2017

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3001 Rue Notre-Dame O

For a French style breakfast and a good laugh at some caricatures, I suggest heading to Foiegwa! This is a great spot for some laughs and a darn good breakfast that will cure any hangover! This is the perfect place to start off 2017.


5. Start To Recover From NYE At L’Gros Luxe In 2017

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150 Rue Bernard O

When meat just isn’t the cure to your hangover, then I recommend going to L’Gros Luxe for a vegetarian hangover cure! This restaurant is perfect for a simple eggy breakfast with fresh fruit and bread that will allow you to recover in 2017!


6. Start To Recover From NYE At Engaufrez-Vous In 2017

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8 Rue Rachel E

Well, waffles are always delicious but when you just have a shitty hangover, they taste extra special. So, make your hangover disappear with Engaufrez-Vous! Their waffles are crunchy, warm, and darn right amazing for all the time but especially for wild hangovers.


7. Start To Recover From NYE At Arthurs Nosh Bar In 2017

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4621 Rue Notre-Dame O

This super cool restaurant has a modern ambience and amazing food. They are most famous for their latkes that are totally amazing. When you want a simple but delicious recovery from the beginning of 2017 then this is the place for you!


8. Start To Recover From NYE At Pastaga In 2017

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6389 Saint Laurent

This restaurant is located in Little Italy and as some people don't know, they actually also serve breakfast! Trust me, it's a breakfast like no other that is key to saving you from that massive hangover! They serve jerky salmon croquette, pulled port poutine, fried cauliflower with yoghurt and so much more.


9. Start To Recover From NYE At Suwu In 2017

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3581 Boul St-Laurent

Hey, you know what they say: The best way to cure a hangover is to keep drinking. And what better way to do that than at Suwu with some morning mimosas!


10. Start To Recover From NYE At Le Cartet In 2017

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106 Rue McGill

Le Cartet is classy and their food is legit life! For a complete recovery from 2017. I suggest heading here for some citrus crepes, blueberry french toast, apple butter, ginger and cashew granola, blueberry yogurt and fresh fruit.


11. Start To Recover From NYE At Cosmopolitan In 2017

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3208 Boulevard Saint-Martin O, Laval; 983 Boul Saint-Jean, Pointe-Claire

This is a great spot for some laughs and a fabulous breakfast that will cure any hangover! This is the perfect place to start off 2017, especially since their smoothies are to die for!


12. Start To Recover From NYE At The Green Spot In 2017

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3041 Rue Notre-Dame O

This old-school dinner is the absolute perfect location for a classic breakfast NYE recovery n Montreal! They have perfected eggs, bacon, bagels, creton, beans, and basically everything else!


13. Start To Recover From NYE At Santa Barbara In 2017

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6696 Rue de Saint Vallier

This cool brunch spot has a variety of dishes! They have killer murals and fabulous food thay will help you get over your first hangover of 2017 in a flash!


14. Start To Recover From NYE At Le Vieux Velo In 2017

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59 Rue Beaubien E

For a rustic recovery that makes you feels like the year is 1980 and not 2017 while offering delicious food, I suggest hitting up this amazing place!


15. Start To Recover From NYE At Mesón In 2017

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345 Rue Villeray

For some authentic Spanish breakfast dishes and amazing pancakes, I suggest checking out this cool AF breakfast spot in Villeray! It's a great place to start 2017 while you feel nostalgic about 2016.


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