Mother’s Day brunch in Montreal’s Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie

Mother's Day is fast approaching, and for many that means it’s time to invite their favourite Mom out for brunch! Whether it is for "deux œufs miroir" (two eggs fried in butter, served in a pan) or a croque-madame with béchamel sauce, you have an amazing variety to choose from in Montreal. Here are a few restaurants where you can enjoy brunch in Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie.

Santa Barbara Restaurant

6696, rue de Saint-Vallier, Montréal, QC H2S 2P7

If your mom is a vegetarian or prefers brunches that are bit healthier, Santa Barbara offers fine vegetarian cuisine (which will also appeal to carnivores). With its decor that is both refined and eclectic, Santa Barbara offers a great atmosphere. The menu includes, among other items, a kale pesto feuilleté, a mushroom crostini, and French toast with pomegranates.


6896 rue Saint-Dominique, Montréal, QC H2S 3B2

For the mom who loves beautiful places, Salmigondis will not disappoint! With its modern, eclectic decor, the restaurant offers a relaxed atmosphere and original cuisine. The menu includes a choice between French toast with squash and cranberries, rainbow trout, and mimosa eggs served with sweet potato chips.


1995, rue Masson, Montréal, QC H2H 1A5

Looking for a friendly restaurant with a look that is a bit rustic? Visit L'Entre-pots on Masson Street. The brunch menu changes every weekend. On the menu, there are traditional dishes such as eggs Benedict with ham, as well as more surprising dishes such as a bacon and pear grilled-cheese sandwich.

Hoogan et Beaufort

4095, rue Molson, Montréal, QC H1Y 3L1

The restaurant of the Angus Shops is the new location that everyone is talking about for brunch in Rosemont. With its splendid industrial and vintage style decor, Hoogan & Beaufort offers a nice atmosphere and a refined menu. Among the choice of dishes you’ll find buttermilk pancakes, boudin (black pudding), poached free range eggs, and much more.

Resto La Grand-Mère Poule

2500, rue Beaubien E, Montréal, QC H1Y 1G2

This Beaubien Street East institution will appeal to moms who love traditional brunches. La Grand-Mère Poule offers an extensive menu including gluten-free options. You have a choice between classic dishes and other more original dishes such as röstis, a potato pancake that is seasoned and grilled on each side.

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