Where to cure your hangover in Montreal

Handling a hangover is really a matter of degree. Sometimes a glass of water is all you need. For the other times, when food is the only cure, try these fine establishments.

Dépanneur Le Pick Up

7032 rue Waverly, Montréal, QC H2S 3J2

Part dépanneur, part greasy spoon, this most beloved Mile Ex spot will cure any hangover in a heartbeat. Their burgers and pulled pork sandwiches are legendary and their cute backyard will make any summer meal memorable. If you’re a vegetarian, don’t fret, the vegetarian pulled pork is just as delicious as the meaty version.


302, rue Ontario E, Montréal, QC H2X 1H6

There’s nothing like a great burger and perfectly golden fries to soak up the previous night’s excesses, and Uniburger is just the place for that. Their burgers are topped with a secret sauce and fresh ingredients and served on a soft potato bun that’s just perfect.

Grillade Portuguaise ma Poule Mouillée

969 rue Rachel E, Montréal, QC H2J 2J4

Whether you’re craving great Portuguese-style charcoal-grilled chicken and fries or one of Montreal’s best poutines, this bustling restaurant is a great spot to cure a hangover.

Triple Crown Dinette

6704, rue Clark, Montréal, QC H2S 3E9

Fried chicken, smoked brisket, pulled pork and a slew of delicious sides, including a decadent mac & cheese, are a great way to cure a hangover. Bonus points if you can grab a picnic basket and eat your meal al fresco in the park across the street.

Restaurant Paulo et Suzanne

5501, boul Gouin O, Montréal, QC H4J 1C8

A bit out of the way but definitely worth the drive, Paulo et Suzanne is a Montreal institution that’s been around since 1980. Modeled on an old-school diner and open 24 hours a day, Paulo et Suzanne serves an extensive menu with all your hangover essentials, from an all-day greasy breakfast to poutines, burgers, hot chicken sandwiches and so much more.

Universel Déjeuner & Grillade

2055, rue Peel, Montréal, QC H3A 1V4

If you’re craving a greasy breakfast after a night on the town, Universel has all your egg and bacon needs covered. They also serve stacks of waffles and pancakes, omelettes, Benedicts and more. If you feel so inclined, you can spike their freshly squeezed juices with a shot of sparkling wine to get you through your day.

Au Coq De L'Est

8803, rue Hochelaga, Montréal, QC H1L 2N1

This is barbecue chicken with a tandoori twist that will knock your socks off and get you back on the right track after a night out. You can also try some of the daily specials inspired by the chef’s Indian cuisine and a cocktail or two to round things off.

Crazy Falafel

521, rue Sainte-Catherine O, Montréal, QC H3B 1B2

The French fries sandwich at Crazy Falafels in Ville Saint Laurent is the stuff of legend and a great hangover cure. Golden-brown fries are stuffed in a pita bread and slathered in a homemade garlic sauce and ketchup then topped with coleslaw and other secret ingredients. Delicious!

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