Are you craving new ambiances and flavours? We’ve put together a pan-Canadian brunch tour. From one ocean to another, we’ve got sunny breakfast croissants and so much more!

La Récolte / Montreal, Quebec

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A small, cozy restaurant located near Jean-Talon Market, La Récolte offers tasty dishes inspired by the seasons using products of the province’s terroir. Attentive service and a warm staff make it a place where you immediately feel comfortable. Each visit is an appetizing discovery thanks to constantly changing flavour combinations. Don’t leave without trying the rhubarb donut!

764 Bélanger Street, Montreal, Quebec

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Aunties & Uncles / Toronto, Ontario

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With its joyous collection of vintage items, Aunties & Uncles is a great favourite for fabulous $15 brunches. Dishes that we would come back for: the taco breakfast and oat and banana crepes. No reservations, cash only.

74 Lippincott Ave., Toronto, Ontario

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Miss Browns / Winnipeg, Manitoba

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Juicy pressed sandwiches, homemade smoked meat and Australian-style coffee keep the hungry crowds coming to Miss Browns. Here local products take pride of place. Tuck into the poached eggs on toast with mushrooms for a satisfying brunch-time meal.

288 William Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba

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The Tallest Poppy / Winnipeg, Manitoba

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With its laidback and playful setting, The Tallest Poppy prepares comforting dishes with generous amounts of Prairie tender loving care. Sausages are made on-site and the cornbread gets a humourful makeover in the shape of, what else, a cob. Pull up a chair and enjoy the mouth-watering combo of waffles with fried chicken!

103 Sherbrook St., Winnipeg, Manitoba

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Dutchess Bake Shop / Edmonton, Alberta

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If you’re anywhere near Edmonton, this international-calibre bakery is definitely worth a detour. Satisfy your sweet tooth with a variety of fine pastries in a décor très français. A latte and a croissant or an allongé with a slice of pie… a tough decision you’ll just have to chew on!

10718 - 124 Street Northwest, Edmonton, Alberta

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Café Medina / Vancouver, British Columbia

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Eclectic and flooded with light, Café Medina is a Vancouver institution. Dishes take their cue from Mediterranean fine cuisine, served with a chic bohemian vibe that manages to remain refined. Belgian waffles or the tagine? Plan on visiting this address more than once!

780 Richards Street, Vancouver, British Columbia

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Edna / Halifax, Nova Scotia

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The Edna restaurant, located in Halifax, sparkles like a little jewel. The warm wood deco and its pretty plates will leave you charmed. For brunch, try the lobster eggs benedict or the morning mac & cheese. And don’t forget to order an oyster Bloody Caesar to complete this Maritime adventure.

2053 Gottingen Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia

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Tide and Boar Gastropub / Moncton, New Brunswick

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In the heart of Moncton, this highly versatile and fashionable restaurant offers sophisticated bistro-style cuisine. The brunch menu features such items as the Boar poutine as well as an intriguing Berramisu, the classic Italian dessert made here with dark beer.

700 Main St., Moncton, New Brunswick

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The Merchant Tavern / St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador

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Anchored on the East Coast, The Merchant Tavern brings together the bounty of the sea and forest in an atmosphere where you can hang your hat. Great care and thought go into creating authentic and flavourful dishes. The changing menu makes use of fresh seasonal harvests. Appetites will be sated with the Ploughman’s brunch of duck eggs and Canadian cheese or the salt cod fish cake.

291 Water Street, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador

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Terre Rouge / Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

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Named one of the top 100 restaurants in Canada in 2015 by the popular enRoute magazine, the appropriately named restaurant Terre Rouge is worth a visit to savour its daily creations, fresh, local products and warm hello. In this corner of the country, seafood chowder makes the brunch menu!

72 Queen Street Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

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*The choice of featured establishments does not in any way represent a paid agreement between Natrel and these establishments.