This international Canadian city is one not to miss.
To many Americans, Montreal is known as the hip, French-speaking city in Canada. Full of great food, great parties, and universities, it’s a young person’s dream. But there’s so much more to Montreal than just its partying and gaming scene. Montreal is one of the few North American cities that has vegan food chains, architecture resembling some of Europe’s greatest cities, and is known to be an incredible festival city. There’s always something to do in Montreal, no matter if the sun is shining or the snow is fluttering down.
Whether your interests lie in espresso bars and book shops, raves and concerts, vegan food and nature, or history and art, Montreal is an eclectic, beautiful city that is always begging you stay longer.
In this guide, we show you where to get the best vegan brunch, bowls, and beautiful plates. You’ll learn about the best shopping districts, sights to see, and the areas with the most exquisite houses. This French-forward city will soon be calling your name.
WHERE TO EAT
Not only is this spot one of the most Instagrammable places in town, but they also serve modern vegan cuisine that will please almost any palate. If you’re a light eater, you can always enjoy one of their pastries, fine drinks, and light eats. If you love to indulge in brunch, we would highly recommend you visit over a weekend to sample their vegan versions of Canadian and American staples.
For a chain establishment, this restaurant produces so much more than what you would expect. Copper Branch makes cravy-worthy savory bowls, smoothie bowls, breakfast items, and so much more. While it may have the prices of your local sandwich spot, it has the flavor of your favorite brunch spot. If we lived around the corner, we would frequent this chain multiple times a week.
Highlights: Match Lime Smoothie Bowl, Gandhi Smoothie, Southwest Wrap Scramble in a Collard Green Wrap.