The Old Port is a great place to do brunch with lots of options and scenic backdrops of historic buildings and the waterfront. With its rich history and a multitude of optionsspread throughout there is something for everyone’s taste and Suite 701 has some interesting options for your taste buds.
Ah, the weekend brunch, the only time when you can sit down with friends and discuss what’s been going on during the week and the previous nights’ adventures/bad decisions. What better way to do this than over a good meal and chat/gossip. But what if you’re thirsty? And I don’t mean the “I need some coffee” thirsty, we’re talking about the” I need some booze” thirsty.
Your thirst, much like some people’s boundaries, knows no limits. You could get a mimosa, a bloody Caesar, you don’t know what, but you definitely want something and coffee isn’t cutting it this morning. Fortunately most places in Montreal have you covered with some of that beloved liquid nutrition. But have more than one mimosa and your booze bill climbs well past your food bill. Wouldn’t it be great if there was an all you can drink option so you can your friends can enjoy a booze filled brunch?
Well don’t worry, we have you covered, in fact, we put our livers up to the test and have the definitive all you can drink Montreal brunch list. So sit back and enjoy because your weekends are gonna start getting a whole lot more fun in the morning. (more…)
The 411 Atelier Argentine is a relatively new place opening in the old location of DNA. I had heard of it from a friend of mine who had dinner there and saw that they served brunch. He enjoyed the dinner so we decided to try out their brunch and see what it would be like.