Tommy, Café Bloom, Régine Café
British Empire Building, 200 Rue Notre Dame Ouest, Montréal, QC H2Y 1T3
Unless you have been living under a rock (or don’t have Instagram), you have likely seen stunning photos of Café Tommy. Tommy is a unique café occupying two floors of a historical building in the Old Port. A couple of weeks ago Tommy launched their brunch menu consisting of assorted viennoiseries, breakfast sandwiches, parfaits, mimosas, and of course great coffee. Tommy is also a hot spot for apéro at Happy Hour. Definitely trek out to this Old Port location, snap a pic, and prepare for the likes to roll in ;).
2. Café Bloom
1940 Rue Centre, Montréal, QC H3K 1J2
Located a little off the beaten path in Pointe St Charles, a BLOOM-ing (hehe) neighbourhood, Café Bloom serves a pretty sweet brunch. I shared the Tartine du Brunch (rye bread topped with scrambled eggs & mushrooms served with two salads) and Tartine Ratatouille (rye bread topped with a well-spiced ratatouille and a fried egg, also served with two salads). This is a lovely place to brunch where you will find old souls holding newspapers as opposed to phones, and see couples and families engaging in, wait for it……conversation! Worth going out of your way for.
|Tartine du Brunch + Latté|
3. Régine Café
Check out this POST from a couple weeks back to see why Régine Café is putting Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie on the map!
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