What’s your go-to brunch order? Brioche? Eggs Benny? Brisket hash? Why choose just one, amirite? Moncton is full of bomb brunch places; and we’ve done the work of narrowing it down to the very best spots. Bon appetite! If you’re looking to go on a cross-Canada brunch road trip (um, can we come too?), then click here to sample the best brunch the True North has to offer.
Tony’s Bistro and Patisserie
Find it: 137 McLaughlin Dr.,
Open since: 2001
The rundown: Growing from its humble beginnings as two-table bistro, Tony’s now accommodates up to 40 guests and is known as one of the best bakeries in Atlantic Canada with a killer breakfast menu and to-die-for pastries.
What to order: Eggs Benedict with ham and homemade hollandaise, served on Tony’s special brioche
Tide & Boar
Find it: 700 Main St.,
Open since: 2012
The rundown: Its mission: to keep fresh local fare on your plate and in your glass. If you’re in the mood for a cold one, they recently opened their new brewery.
What to order: Brisket hash, with seasonal veggies and a side of Hollandaise
Find it: 42 Highfield St.,
The rundown: If a taste of Mediterranean is what you crave, Olyo serves up traditional breakfast favourites with a Greek twist.
What to order: Breakfast hash, home fries tossed with sautéed peppers, cheese, onions, bacon, ham, sausage and a fried egg
Find it: 184 Alma St.,
Open since: 2014
The rundown: This cozy spot has a European feel and a knack for serving up fresh local foods.
What to order: To keep you on your toes, the brunch menu is always changing