The Best Brunch Spots in Winnipeg

Bookmark these brunch spots for your next girls' date or morning-after refuel

What makes a great brunch place? Delicious food at an affordable price, natch; tables that can accommodate the entire group of girls; and, of course, an Instagram-worthy aesthetic. But what do you do when there are tons of brunch places in your city that fit the bill, and you don’t have time to try them all yourself? You turn to our Localist list of the hot-spots for the absolute best brunch in Winnipeg. Not in the ‘Peg for your next boozy brunch? Click here to book a table at the best brunch spots from Vancouver to St. John’s.

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Miss Brown’s

Find it: 288 William Ave.,
Open since: 2015
The rundown: If the chic décor doesn’t win you over, the fresh, local ingredients sourced from Manitoba farmers will.
What to order: Miss Brown’s Eggs Bennie—get it with the smoked salmon or smoked brisket

Crème de L’Essence

Find it: 1833 Inkster Blvd. #16, @cremedelessence
Open since: 2016
The rundown: Serving up a combination of French and fusion dishes, its Mother’s Day prix fixe menu includes a hot or cold bevvy and a dessert special.
What to order: Pain Perdu, their extra French French toast, with berry jam, lemon curd and candied nuts


Find it: 171 McDermot Ave.,
Open since: 2016
The rundown: Bring your number-one lady here for Mother’s Day and she’ll receive a mimosa on the house.
What to order: Shakshouka, an Israeli baked egg dish with tomato and pepper ragout

Clementine Cafe

Find it: 123 Princess St.,
Open since: 2016
The rundown: Tucked into a loft-like basement, this trendy breakfast-only café has received a nod from Vogue.
What to order: Turkish Eggs—poached eggs with hummus and chili butter, served on sourdough toast

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