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Easter: 5 brunch spots to try in Montreal

Easter: 5 brunch spots to try

Easter is fast approaching, bringing with it the perfect opportunity to gather around a deliciously laden table. In Montreal, renowned for its diverse culinary scene, brunch options abound. And to guide you through this discovery, your real estate brokers present 5 brunch spots to explore for celebrating Easter in Montreal!

Arthur's Nosh Bar

Located in the Southwest neighborhood of the city, Arthur’s Nosh Bar is a must-visit for epicureans in search of culinary delights. With its laid-back ambiance and menu inspired by Jewish-European dishes, Arthur’s offers classic dishes like the latke smörgåsbord – a colorful plate filled with scrambled eggs, gravlax salmon, Israeli salad, an excellent hallah roll, and of course, latkes, sure to delight even the most discerning palate.

Le P'tit Rustik

Nestled in the lively neighborhood of Plateau-Mont-Royal, Le P’tit Rustik offers an authentic and warm brunch experience. Its friendly atmosphere and varied menu, showcasing local and seasonal products, make it a popular choice among those seeking comforting and flavorful cuisine. Among the house specialties, the “bognettes” take center stage! These small potato fritters, typical of the Alps, offer delicious crispiness and exquisite taste.

Régine Café

Régine Café perfectly embodies the image of the ideal aunt: generous, modern, and eager to please everyone. With its retro atmosphere and creative menu, Régine Café is a must-visit in the Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie neighborhood. Brunch enthusiasts will be charmed by its original and flavorful dishes, ranging from reimagined classics to bold creations, all in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Not to be missed: The sweet and savory, a delight composed of golden brioche bread, aged cheddar, shredded ham, a sunny-side-up egg, and homemade fudge.


Located in the upscale Outremont neighborhood, Leméac is a prime destination for an elegant and refined brunch. Since its opening in 2001, this institution has captured the essence of French gastronomy by offering an unforgettable culinary experience. One of the must-try items on its menu is the generous French toast, delicately drizzled with maple caramel and accompanied by a scoop of dulce de leche ice cream. An experience to share!

Le Toasteur

In the charming neighborhood of Villeray lies Le Toasteur, the perfect spot if you’re looking for a relaxed atmosphere to enjoy a gourmet brunch. This friendly address offers comforting and delicious classic breakfasts, executed with care. Moreover, the establishment offers a varied selection of Eggs Benedict, renewed monthly, to satisfy all cravings.

In summary, the metropolis is teeming with brunch options to celebrate Easter, offering a variety of flavors and atmospheres. Finally, our real estate brokers in Montreal wish you a happy Easter and hope you’ll fully enjoy the opportunity to discover new places to add to your list of favorites!

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