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Dec
24
2008
5

Plateau and Mile End Brunch Locations

Places to eat Brunch in the Plateau and Mile end

The following is a map of brunch and breakfast places you can find in the Plateau and Mile End. I defined this area by the political riding from the city of Montreal. The southern most point is Sherbrooke, the west sides are University and Hutchison (once you’re north of Pine) with Iberville on the east end and Bernard at the northern tip. I have also included the McGill ghetto since it is rather close by and small.

The Plateau/Mile End offers many good and well priced options. Two of the main areas of concentration are Mount Royal and Bernard street. In some instances you can walk 10 feet in any direction and find a place to eat brunch. So take a look and see what you feel like. Also, if you feel I missed some places please feel free to comment by posting a reply.

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Aug
27
2008
2

Byblos

Persian Delight on Laurier

The 411

Nestled on Laurier close to Papineau, Byblos is a trip to another place and time. Serving up some amazing Persian dishes, Byblos offers great food with an equally great decor.

At 1st glance

Although the outside is quite nice and is rather unique I keep almost missing it every time I go by, but once you walk in you will be taken aback by how amazing the inside is. It’s not a modern interior but rather a Persian style place with nice wood doors, a bookshelf with books in it that you can grab and read as well as amazingly decorated walls, banquets and pictures on the wall that take your breath away. If you require wheelchair access this is one of the few places downtown that has it; there is an entrance on the side of the building (the front has a small lip) and the washroom are wheelchair accessible as well. (more…)

May
05
2008
2

Toi, Moi & Cafe

More than Just coffee

The 411

Although known primarily as a great coffee shop that is almost never closed, Toi, Moi & Cafe has an amazing breakfast for a great price. The street itself is much quieter than Mt Royal, yet it still has many shops you can explore once you’re done having a tasty brunch and some amazing coffee. Granted that there are two Toi Moi Cafe spots we will be focusing on the Laurier location.

At 1st glance

The interior is nice and comfortable and upon entering you are welcomed by the wonderful aroma of freshly roasted coffee. The coffee is something that cannot be missed; almost 100 different options available from flavored coffees, fair trade to funky Blue Mountain roasts. The only down side is that you pay per cup and it is not a bottomless cup of coffee.

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