As Mother’s Day is right around the corner, we want to ensure sure your mom will feel like a queen on her special day. For the occasion, we’ve rounded up the cutest places to bring your mom for brunch this Sunday in Montreal. If the weather calls for sunshine, you can always check out our best terraces in town’s list. Wear your best Sunday outfit, sit and down and relax with a glass of mimosa and let us guide you with our best Sunday brunch picks.
Indulge in chocolate and bottomless mimosas at Brasserie 701 (701, Côte de la Place d’Armes)
For Mother’s Day, Brasserie 701 didn’t spare any expenses. For a small cost of $35, you can opt for a unique table d’hôte including a viennoiserie table and of course, a chocolate fountain will be on site to satisfy your sweet tooth. If you wish to turn this event into a boozy brunch affair, for 2 hours straight you can have bottomless mimosas for only $30/person.
Eat at a Montreal’s brunch institution in Rosemont at Régine Café (1840, Beaubien Est)
Régine Café is undoubtedly an institution when it comes to finding a Sunday brunch place in Montreal. For the occasion, the restaurant won’t take any reservations due to high traffic and will be serving brunch from 9 am to 3 pm. If you’re craving the best cinnamon rolls in town, Régine Café is the place to be.
Try the newest spot in town at the Four Seasons Hotel in downtown Montreal (1430 Rue de la Montagne)
Overlooking Crescent street with the beautiful Leonard Cohen’s mural in the background, Marcus Restaurant + Terrace atop the 3rd floor will instantly charm you. With brunch served from 10:30 am to 3 pm in a traditional brasserie setting that draws inspiration from seafood, veggies and seasonal local products, Marcus will charm you in a heartbeat.
Want to have a seafood twist to your Sunday brunch, try Seasalt Ceviche + Bar in Old Montreal ( 351 Place Royale)
If you wish to head for a long walk along rue de la Commune in Old Montreal, why not have your lovely Mother’s Day brunch at Seasalt Ceviche, considering if seafood is your preference. From crabcakes eggs benedict to the classic avocado toast, you’ll be eating like queens this Sunday from 11 am to 4 pm. Also, if your mom is a big fan of Rosé, this would please her to hear the establishment’s motto is ROSÉ ALL DAY! Cheers!
For a traditional brunch feel, head over in Saint-Henri at Foiegwa (3001 Notre-Dame St W.)
Located in the former space occupied by La Belle Province in Saint-Henri, Foiegwa is elegant and chic but remains casual. Open for brunch from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm, all traditional brunch dishes will be served with a Montreal twist. However, due to their bar license, Foiegwa isn’t kid friendly.
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Notre talentueux ami de longue date, @marctremblay82 , a illustré avec brio des personnalités pour décorer de façon originale et significative les murs du Foiegwa. Pour sélectionner les gens à illustrer, il fallait des règles, car trop nombreuses sont les possibilités. Nous aurons bientôt besoin de nouvelles illustrations, donc on vous invite à nous faire des suggestions, les règles sont simples : une personnalité qui a marqué l'histoire montréalaise et qui est décédé. Venez faire un tour au restaurant admirer les oeuvres de Marc Tremblay autant sur nos murs que dans nos menus! #foiegwa
Why will you be taking your mom this Sunday?