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1. Beauty's93 Ave du Mont-Royal Ouest, Montréal
2. Engaufrez-vous8 rue Rachel Est, Montreal
3. Prohibition5674 Monkland, Montreal
4. Bagel Etc.4320 boul. Saint-Laurent, Montréal
5. Cosmos5843 Sherbrooke St West, Montreal
6. Fabergé25, avenue Fairmount Ouest, Montreal
7. Lawrence5201 boul. Saint-Laurent, Montréal
8. L’Avenue922 ave. du Mont-Royal Est, Montréal
9. Sparrow / Le Moineau5322 boul. Saint-Laurent, Montréal
10. Ma'tine1310 Maisonneuve Est, Montreal
11. Le Cartet106 Rue McGill, Montreal
12. Aux Vivres4631 boul. Saint-Laurent, Montreal
This is the perfect diner to stop in for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, offering daily specials and classics that have earned them quite the acclaim.
An atmosphere we can only describe as "adorable-chic" runs throughout Engaufrez-vous, imbued into everything from the decor to the edible accoutrement found on every breakfast plate. But as cute as this French waffle house is, what will really keep you coming back are the waffles themselves. Almost every kind of waffle you can think of is expertly crafted at Engaufrez-vous, from the light and airy Bruxelloises waffles to the perfect-to-dip-in-coffee stroopwafel.
Prohibition certainly has acclaim as being a great drinkery, but they also serve up some surprising food, including deep-fried Southern fare and even North African dishes.
Bagel Etc. is a diner/cafe that's known for its brunch specials, and the bagels are all hand-rolled, Montreal-style. Grab a seat and admire the funky decor while you dig into your meal.
An institution in the borough of NDG, Cosmos has been serving up the best kind of hangover breakfast food (the greasy, no-frills delicious kind) for well over 35 years. Cosmos is a classic diner to the core, and you won't be impressed by its décor, but that's all part of the charm. You will love the food, and even though the menu isn't all that creative, each dish will fill your stomach and please your taste buds thoroughly.
If you're in the Mile End neighborhood, there aren't a lot of places that can beat Faberge when it comes to a quality breakfast. And be sure to hit up their bar for smoothies, fresh juices, mimosa,s and a variety of coffees and teas.
This Montreal resto and cafe does the best breakfast and brunch in town. The reason? Instead of giving you fresh rolls before your meal, they give you fresh DONUT PUFFS. You're welcome.
This breakfast and brunch favorite often has a line of people waiting to get inside the artfully decorated confines of this Plateau resto.
This resto & cocktail spot's always filled with Mile End neighborhood regulars who come back for The Sparrow's baller weekend brunch. On the must-eat list: banana and chocolate-filled donuts, smoked salmon & scrambled eggs, and a potato & cabbage dish called Bubble 'n Squeak.
This Ville-Marie spot features cafe fare in the morning, bistro/takeout at lunch, and 5 à 7 snacks with natural wines and a gorgeous terrasse.
This hip Downtown spot serves up seriously good breakfast and brunch items, at prices that won't empty your wallet.
Even the most meaty of meatatarians have to admit that this vegan resto's meat substitutions can taste better than the real thing, and that's why this makes for one of the best-kept secrets in the city.