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breakfast suggestions in montreal

shopgirl Jun 8, 2010 05:44 AM

Me again. Looking for suggestions in Old Montreal for breakfast. Not only Olive et Gourmando. Actually, I'm married to a bacon & eggs sort of guy, so I'd like to find a place he'd be happy with for at least one morning or two. I've read about Bagel, Etc. and Eggspectations. Are they decent? Anything other than Olive et Gourmando that we could easily walk to from Springhill Suites on Saint-Jean-Baptiste?
Thanks everyone.

Olive et Gourmando
351 Rue Saint-Paul Ouest, Montreal, QC , CA

1661 Boul De L'avenir, Laval, QC H7S2N5, CA

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  1. kpzoo RE: shopgirl Jun 8, 2010 05:53 AM

    Hi there, try these threads - they have some good suggestions and address the Eggspectations issue. Bagel, Etc. is not in Old Montreal - nor within walking distance - AFAIK. Happy eating!

    Good Breakfast in Old Montreal

    Old Montreal breakfast

    If you're willing to expand your area wider, check out these threads:

    What's the best place for breakfast in Montreal

    Looking for Breakfast

    1. waziboy RE: shopgirl Jun 8, 2010 06:35 AM

      Hi Shopgirl,

      If you're determined to have breakfast in Old Montreal, then my suggestion is Le Cartet. It's got good energy, tasty eats and even a mini grocery store in the front!

      Le Cartet
      106 Rue McGill, Montreal, QC H2Y, CA

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      1. re: waziboy
        shopgirl RE: waziboy Jun 8, 2010 09:52 AM

        No, not necessary we stay in Old Montreal for breakfast, we will have a car. Just thought it might be easier. Thanks for the suggestions!

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        McAttack RE: shopgirl Jun 8, 2010 10:10 AM

        It might already be in one of the links, but I like l'Avenue on Mont-Royal street.
        922, avenue du Mont-Royal Est
        The Eggs benedict are great!

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          blondee_47 RE: shopgirl Jun 8, 2010 01:08 PM

          Someone recently mentioned a place called Egg-squis or something like that in Lasalle on Newman blvd...they loved it

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