Montreal is absolutely stunning in the fall and nothing pairs better with the crisp changing of season than going out for brunch! With the cool air and changing of leaves, why not enjoy a warm brunch and add some new restaurants to your brunch bucket list that just scream FALL!
Now, these restaurants aren't fall themed but they could 514% have me fooled. The list below composes of some amazing new brunch spots and some returning favorites that some Montrealers like me have yet to discover!
1. Maison Christian Faure
Where: 355 Place Royale // Old Montreal
Type: Pastry Shop
Why you should go: Maison Christian Faure makes arguable the best pastries in Montreal! Not only is the location adorable, but they also use seasonal ingredients so you can legit taste fall by coming here!
2. Taverne Gaspar
Where: 89 de la Commune St E// Old Montreal
Why you should go: Taverne Gaspar serves up one of the best weekend brunches in Montreal! The space, originally a 19th-century warehouse, preserves much of its old-school furnishings that gives it those crisp fall vibes.
3. La Binerie Mont-Royal
Where: 367 Mont-Royal Ave E // Plateau
Why you should go: If you love baked beans on a cold fall day, then La Binerie is the place for you! This Montreal classic will put you in the best mood and have you smiling for the rest of your morning.
4. Toi, Moi & Café
Where: 2695 Notre-Dame St W // Atwater Market Area
Why you should go: For a classic fall breakfast, I suggest making your way over to Toi, Moi & Café. You can have a warm coffee paired with the absolutely perfect omelette of your choice and after you can even hit up Atwater market!
5. Bistrot La Fabrique
Where: 3609 St Denis St // Plateau
Why you should go: Enjoy a full brunch experience by heading to Bistrot La Fabrique. They have an open kitchen concept that allows you to see and smell your delicious food as it is being made this fall.
6. Lawrence Restaurant
Where: 5201 St Laurent Blvd // Mile-End
Why you should go: This vintage brunch spot is truly like no other. With unique options from British expat Marc Cohen, I guarantee that your mouth will be watering all morning long!