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Le Lendemain: Montreal's Best Hangover Cures

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Had a rough night? Do the words j'étais complètement paqueté come to mind? These fifteen places deliver the hangover cure goods in the city with a 3:00 a.m. last call.


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La Bête à Pain

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At Ahuntsic's La Bête à Pain, grab a wedge of deep-dish quiche, studded with lardons, to placate those hangover hunger pangs. And on weekends there's brunch. Marc-André Royal's Instagram previews (see photo) are always highly anticipated.

Le Vieux Vélo

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Martin Juneau, chef/owner of Pastaga and Pub Sir Joseph, heartily endorses this breakfast/brunch spot. One Yelper describes Le Vieux Vélo as "DANGEROUSLY AWESOME!"

Maison Publique

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Come weekends, many worse for wear cooks in Montreal swear by Derek Dammann's precise, gastropub comfort fare. And so, by the way, does an entire neighbourhood.

L'Avenue

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Somewhat iconic and, admittedly, reviled for occasionally exasperating lineups, L'Avenue's long hours and veteran line cooks lure lovers of bacon, burgers, eggs and bottomless coffee.

Mont-Royal Hot Dog

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Mont-Royal Hot Dog is a classic Montreal diner with some of the best poutines and greasy spoon breakfast grub in the city.

Beautys Luncheonette

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Beautys, a Montreal institution and the home of the famous Special and Mish-Mash, has been on the same former garment district corner since 1942. And the ageless Hymie Sckolnick oversees it all.

Main Deli Steak House

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Original Main owner Peter Varvaro died this past August but his legacy endures, most notably in the form of authentic smoked meat (better than Schwartz's some claim) and the best rib steak and liver deal in Montreal. And all available as of 10:00 a.m. every day.

Mon Nan

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Dim sum at Mon Nan is chef Antonio Park's "favourite hangover brunch in the city." Oh my shumai.

Mister Steer

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More than a few Montreal chefs cited Mister Steer's classic burger as a no-nonsense way to kill a heinous hangover in its tracks.

Cuisine Szechuan

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Nobody's doing authentic Szechuan quite like Cuisine Szechuan in Montreal. What that means for the hangover prone is some seriously spicy hot pot goodness.

Pho Lien

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Pho Lien, another Antonio Park fave, is a chronic magnet for connoisseurs of Vietnam's restorative national dish.

Satay Brothers

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Kevin Tolton, cook at Garde Manger: "For me it's easy. As a resident of Saint-Henri it's Satay Brothers every time. Nothing cures a hangover like a 2:00 p.m. breakfast of Laksa soup (triple X of course), a couple steam buns and a pint! After that I'm ready to get back to work in top shape!"

Green Spot

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Adam Aspelund, the chef at Saint-Henri's Ludger, loves the neighbourhood's iconic diner. "It's close to my place and with a grizzly hangover I need that two eggs with smoked meat and cretons."
Montreal lost Tony "Man of Grease" Koulakis earlier this year but, happily, his hallmark ways with the griddle live on in N.D.G.
Antonio Park, who knows a little something about spicy, nourishing hangover cures (see his Vice video with Toronto's Matty Matheson) favours Kagopa's homemade Kimchi soup.

La Bête à Pain

At Ahuntsic's La Bête à Pain, grab a wedge of deep-dish quiche, studded with lardons, to placate those hangover hunger pangs. And on weekends there's brunch. Marc-André Royal's Instagram previews (see photo) are always highly anticipated.

Le Vieux Vélo

Martin Juneau, chef/owner of Pastaga and Pub Sir Joseph, heartily endorses this breakfast/brunch spot. One Yelper describes Le Vieux Vélo as "DANGEROUSLY AWESOME!"

Maison Publique

Come weekends, many worse for wear cooks in Montreal swear by Derek Dammann's precise, gastropub comfort fare. And so, by the way, does an entire neighbourhood.

L'Avenue

Somewhat iconic and, admittedly, reviled for occasionally exasperating lineups, L'Avenue's long hours and veteran line cooks lure lovers of bacon, burgers, eggs and bottomless coffee.

Mont-Royal Hot Dog

Mont-Royal Hot Dog is a classic Montreal diner with some of the best poutines and greasy spoon breakfast grub in the city.

Beautys Luncheonette

Beautys, a Montreal institution and the home of the famous Special and Mish-Mash, has been on the same former garment district corner since 1942. And the ageless Hymie Sckolnick oversees it all.

Main Deli Steak House

Original Main owner Peter Varvaro died this past August but his legacy endures, most notably in the form of authentic smoked meat (better than Schwartz's some claim) and the best rib steak and liver deal in Montreal. And all available as of 10:00 a.m. every day.

Mon Nan

Dim sum at Mon Nan is chef Antonio Park's "favourite hangover brunch in the city." Oh my shumai.

Mister Steer

More than a few Montreal chefs cited Mister Steer's classic burger as a no-nonsense way to kill a heinous hangover in its tracks.

Cuisine Szechuan

Nobody's doing authentic Szechuan quite like Cuisine Szechuan in Montreal. What that means for the hangover prone is some seriously spicy hot pot goodness.

Pho Lien

Pho Lien, another Antonio Park fave, is a chronic magnet for connoisseurs of Vietnam's restorative national dish.

Satay Brothers

Kevin Tolton, cook at Garde Manger: "For me it's easy. As a resident of Saint-Henri it's Satay Brothers every time. Nothing cures a hangover like a 2:00 p.m. breakfast of Laksa soup (triple X of course), a couple steam buns and a pint! After that I'm ready to get back to work in top shape!"

Green Spot

Adam Aspelund, the chef at Saint-Henri's Ludger, loves the neighbourhood's iconic diner. "It's close to my place and with a grizzly hangover I need that two eggs with smoked meat and cretons."

Cosmos

Montreal lost Tony "Man of Grease" Koulakis earlier this year but, happily, his hallmark ways with the griddle live on in N.D.G.

Kagopa

Antonio Park, who knows a little something about spicy, nourishing hangover cures (see his Vice video with Toronto's Matty Matheson) favours Kagopa's homemade Kimchi soup.

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