Where to take Mom for Mother’s Day brunch in Montreal

If there’s anyone who deserves to be spoiled, it’s our mothers! They take care of us all the time so it’s only fitting that we take at least one day a year and make it all about them. And there’s no better way to start than by treating mom to a fabulous brunch. Here are some restaurants around Montreal that will be serving a special Mother’s Day Brunch.[image credit: iStock]

Brasserie 701

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701, Côte de la Place d'Armes, Montréal, QC H2Y 2X6

Why not take Mom to a brasserie inspired by the golden-era in Paris in the heart of Old Montreal? At Brasserie 701, there’s a set menu at $39 that starts with a selection of viennoiseries and an amuse bouche. This is followed by your choice of main dish, which includes chicken and waffles, the brasserie’s famous mac and cheese, eggs Benedict or, if mom is feeling wild, the Norwegian omelet with Jack Daniels’ smoked salmon trout!

Croisières AML Inc

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530, rue Saint-André, Montréal, QC H2L 5B9

Treat Mom to a cruise around the island of Montreal. You’ll get a breathtaking view of the city in a relaxed atmosphere, and a gourmet brunch! They have both hot and cold stations with various salads, charcuteries, seafood, and more. And don’t miss the chef’s table where your mom can customize her own omelet. Adult tickets are $59.95 and children 6 to 12 years old are $34.95.

Hotel Ritz-Carlton Montréal

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1228, rue Sherbrooke O, Montréal, QC H3G 1H6

On Mother’s Day, treat your mother to a traditional brunch at the Ritz Carlton’s Oval Room. Prices are $86 for adults and $43 for children 3 to 12 years old. You can enjoy a selection of both hot and cold dishes prepared by executive chef Johnny Porte. There will also be live musicians to add to the fun!

Restaurant Le Richmond

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377, rue Richmond, Montréal, QC H3J 1T9

Le Richmond in Griffintown will be offering a Mother’s Day Brunch from 11am to 4pm. There is a set menu at $45 per person which will include three courses. They will also have a children’s menu available. You can start your brunch with a confit tomato tart or salmon rillettes and charcuterie, followed by Le Richmond’s famous lobster eggs Benedict or a filet mignon. And brunch wouldn’t be complete without dessert: they’re offering a strawberry shortcake! The dining room will be filled with fresh flowers and, regardless of the weather, the terrace will also be open.

Lucille's Oyster Dive

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5669 av de Monkland, Montréal, QC H4A 1E5

If your mom loves seafood, look no further than Lucille’s Oyster Dive in NDG. Treat her to a Mother’s Day Brunch menu at $55 per person. You’ll need reservations though if you want to indulge in oysters, lobster, tartare and aged cuts of meat! What are you waiting for? We absolutely love Lucille’s Oyster Dive and it’s the perfect spot for the seafood loving mom.

Casino de Montréal

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1, ave du Casino, Montréal, QC H3C 4W7

Are you feeling lucky? How about Mother’s Day Brunch at the Montreal Casino? Pavillon 67 will be hosting Mother’s Day Brunch from 10 am for only $30 per person. If you prefer the buffet option, that is $38 per person starting at 4:30 pm. Treat your mother to viennoiseries, pastries, fresh fruit, waffles, eggs Benedict, smoked salmon, and more. And you can’t leave without sampling some of their desserts, made in-house.

Restaurant Quindici 15

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15, rue Bélanger, Montréal, QC H2S 1C7

Located in Little Italy, Quindici 15 is offering an exclusive Mother’s Day brunch menu from 1 pm to 4 pm. You’ll be offered three courses at the set price of $40 per person. This will include a starter of either the mama salad or a plate of mozzarella di bufala – a Diva faovurite! The mains include a choice between fish, duck or cavatelli. And dessert is a pot de chocolat with grappa for a little kick!

Chez Lionel

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302-1052, rue Lionel-Daunais, Boucherville, QC J4B 0B2

Wine bar Chez Lionel will be offering a Mother’s Day Brunch menu at only $25.25 per person for three courses. You’ll have a choice of soup, an egg roll made with ham cooked for 12 hours, or striped bass to start. You can follow this up with a breakfast burger, eggs Benedict, or French toast. A meal is not complete without dessert: they’re offering a classic Quebec pudding chômeur.

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