Brunches for take-out and delivery

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For some, weekend brunch is a sacred ritual. After a long week of waking up too early and working until too late, Saturday or Sunday morning brunch is a perfect opportunity to recover from the previous day’s excesses or to ease into the day in a stress-free way until mid-afternoon.

Despite the pandemic, many valiant restaurateurs are aware of the importance of brunch in their customers’ routine. That’s why some of them have decided to offer a delicious brunch menu for take-out or delivery.

Pancakes, crepes, breakfast sandwiches, eggs Benedict, and more. All appetites will be answered.

And so, here’s our list of the best brunches for take-out or delivery. Delicious offerings to enjoy in the comfort of your own home while waiting for the dining rooms to reopen.

Have a great weekend!


For take-out and delivery, Foiegwa on Notre-Dame Street West offers a decadent gourmet brunch menu. We wouldn’t expect anything else!

3001 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest


A restaurant that specializes in breakfast, Well in Verdun prepares brunch boxes. You can order online, and they deliver daily from 9am to 2pm.

4567 Rue Wellington


On weekends, this excellent little Filipino eatery offers a “Rice & Shine” brunch. Junior’s menu is extensive and is available Monday through Sunday — 11am to 9pm — for takeout or delivery.

1964 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest

Boulangerie Merci la vie

In Piedmont, the beautiful Merci la vie bakery offers its breads, pastries, as well as its delicious brunches — including its delicious toasts — to go. They also have an online platform where you can place your orders for breads and pastries.

485 Boulevard des Laurentides

Arthurs Nosh Bar

To everyone’s delight, Arthurs also offers take-out and delivery. We’re thrilled! Open weekdays (except Tuesdays) from 9am to 3pm and Saturdays and Sundays from 9am to 4pm.

4621 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest

Le Toasteur Villeray

This beloved Villeray address offers brunch to go! To discover their weekly menu, simply visit their Facebook page. Food and drinks will be available from 9am to 3pm.

767 Rue Villeray
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