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Brunch Magnates L’Avenue Are Opening A Second Location

On the other side of town

L’Avenue’s forthcoming second home
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The brunch restaurant in(famous) for having some of the city’s longest line-ups is expanding.

L’Avenue, currently on Mont-Royal in the Plateau, will be opening a second location in St-Henri in early spring this year. It’s set to be at 3612 Notre-Dame West, in the space where beauty salon M Enr Elle Et Lui used to be. It’ll be tucked in right next door to shawarma hotspot Sumac — so even though the Sud-Ouest borough adopted a bylaw late last requiring new restaurants on Notre-Dame to be spaced 25 metres apart from existing ones, they’re still coming. That said, L’Avenue likely had their permits before the law kicked in.

The 75-seat restaurant will offer the same French-tinged menu as the original: duck benedict and mushroom-lardon benedict (among various other hollandaise-based options), among options from this side of the Atlantic such as the “Sugar Shack” plate, breakfast poutine, and more.

The projected opening date is March 30 this year — the exact date that the original Mont-Royal location opened about two decades ago.

Eater will have more details closer to the opening.

L'Avenue (St-Henri)

3612 Rue Notre-Dame O, Montréal, QC H4C 1P5 (514) 523-8780 Visit Website

L'Avenue

922 Avenue du Mont-Royal Est, Le Plateau-Mont-Royal, QC H2J 1X1 (514) 523-8780 Visit Website

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