Top 4 Bottomless Brunch Spots in Montreal

Bottomless brunch may just be the greatest invention known to humankind.

Bottomless Brunch Mimosas
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Did someone say mimosa? Brunch is a pretty great meal on its own, but it can be improved by just one word: bottomless. Montreal has several excellent brunch spots that also happen to offer an option for bottomless mimosas.

Whether you’re brunching with a friend or a group, you can’t go wrong with a boozy kick start to the day. Check out the top 4 bottomless brunch spots in Montreal.

SuWu

SuWu is much more than just a hip bar on Saint Laurent Boulevard.

Besides their tasty drinks, SuWu serves up some incredible brunch options.

While the menu items are limited and subject to change, they are usually super inventive (not to mention Instagram-worthy), such as fried chicken French toast or a peanut butter and jelly donut sandwich. Plus, for $35, you can order bottomless mimosas and you can even pick your choice of juice (orange, grapefruit, lychee, or pineapple). 

Rosewood

This on-trend, two-storey restaurant in Old Montreal may be known for burgers in the evening, but on weekends, it’s all about their bottomless brunch.

Bottomless mimosas are just $25 and pair perfectly with other menu options, such as their famous cinnamon sticky bun with a bacon glaze, their take on a huevos rancheros that includes house-smoked BBQ pork ribbits, or their lemon ricotta pancakes.

 

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Ginkgo Café & Bar

On Sainte Catherine Street East is where you’ll find Ginkgo Café & Bar, a popular brunch spot in Montreal.

Bottomless mimosas are just $20, but if you’re not feeling a mimosa, they also have an extensive cocktail menu that includes seven types of sangria alone.

Meanwhile, their expansive brunch menu has almost everything you could want, from pancakes and French toast to omelettes, eggs benedict, and waffles. 

 

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Brasserie 701

Brasserie 701 is a chic bottomless brunch option in Old Montreal that has an open mimosa bar.

With the purchase of a main course on the menu, you can take advantage of $30 bottomless mimosas. 

And rest assured you’ll want to order a main course, as they range from pan-seared brioche bread topped with vanilla and pear purée, foie gras, and maple syrup to the Provencale tartine made with heirloom tomatoes, poached eggs, Parmesan cheese, and arugula. Bottoms up!

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Emily Southey is a freelance writer from Toronto and it was during her time studying History and English that she became interested in writing. When she's not working, you can typically find her in a museum, baking cupcakes, or watching Disney musicals.