10 Places To Get A Pumpkin Spice Latte In Montreal That Are NOT Starbucks

Try something new!

If you didn't already hear, Starbucks just released their Pumpkin Spice Latte today in Montreal. Fans of the drink are scrambling to get their first PSL of the season because this drink is just so darn addictive! 

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But for those of us who love pumpkin spice flavour but aren't about all the sugary stuff that Starbucks adds to their PSL we're looking for other versions of our fave fall drink. 

There's tons of cafes around the city that make their own versions of the Starbucks PSL but with homemade syrups, so you know you're getting the good stuff! 


1. Tommy Cafe 

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200 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest

Tommy cafe is probably one of the prettiest cafes in all of Montreal and is the perfect spot to visit this fall! In October they make their "latte flavour of the month" a pumpkin spice latte that's so fresh and delicious you'll never go back to Starbucks.


2. Melk

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1206 Stanley St

This cute independent cafe chain in Montreal serves up some of the creamiest lattes you'll every try! Their pumpkin spice latte is definitely no different, made with homemade real pumpkin spice syrup and available for a limited time this fall!


3. Faberge

 

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25 Avenue Fairmount O

Faberge is known for their insane brunch creations like their PB&J french toast, Mac n' Cheese eggs benedict and so much more! They also make tons of awesome drink creations and their pumpkin latte is a staple on their menu year-round! So if you get a craving for pumpkin spice at any time of the year, this is the place to go.


4. Cafe Myriade 

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1432 Mackay St

Cafe Myriade is another amazing independent cafe chain that serves perfectly brewed coffee in every cup. They make a homemade pumpkin spice syrup every Autumn that they use to make their delicious pumpkin spice lattes! This should be coming out very soon so keep your eyes open!


5. Pikolo Espresso Bar

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3418b Park Ave

This cozy cafe is the perfect place to go on a weekend to catch up on work. They have two levels filled with tons of study spaces and in the fall they make their homemade pumpkin spice syrup! They top their yummy lattes with a dash of cinnamon to make them so perfect for fall. 


6. The Mon Cafe 

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376 Notre-Dame St W

This spot makes some super unique and delicious treats like their raspberry croissants, delicious bagel sandwiches and of course their seasonal lattes! You can absolutely find a pumpkin spice latte here made with homemade pumpkin spice syrup.


7. Cafe Neve 

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151 Rue Rachel E

This fun cafe has tons of locations across Montreal and has a whole lot of unique things to offer! Every year they make pumpkin themed treats like their pumpkin muffin and pumpkin latte!


8. Natura Juicery 

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212 Mont-Royal Ave E

Natura Juicery puts an emphasis on eating healthy and clean, which is super awesome! They serve up awesome health foods like their salads and sandwiches. They also make delicious juice, smoothies, milkshakes and lattes like their matcha lattes and pumpkin spice lattes available now! 


9. Paquebot Cafe

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2110 Rue Bélanger

Paquebot cafe is a cute and unique spot featuring neon lights, lush plants all over and huge tables perfect for studying the day away during the semester. They make amazing lattes in crazy flavours like this curry-ginger latte, lavander lattes and you can definitely expect some fall flavoured lattes coming soon! 


Bonus: Tunnel Espresso Bar

Via Tunnel Espresso Bar

1253 McGill College Ave

Last year Tunnel Espresso Bar made an apple spiced latte that was super delicious and fresh. Although it wasn't a pumpkin spiced latte it could be your new favourite fall drink! And who knows, they could be creating their own pumpkin spice latte for this fall season as well! 

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Mia Shabsove Soon to be graduate from Concordia University in Montreal. Originally from Toronto and yes, Montreal and Toronto are very different cities and no, I don't love one more than the other! My passions include eating pasta for every meal, squealing at every pug I see on the street, taking naps in hammocks, and rewatching episodes of Friends on Netflix. Follow my life adventures on Instagram: @miashabsove