If you've ever met me in person, you definitely know how obsessed I am with cafes. I could spend a full day at a cafe and not think anything was weird about that at all.\nREAD ALSO: Montreal Opens All-New "Chocolate Factory Cafe" And It Looks Amazing\nThere's so many cool cafes in Montreal and each and every one of them brings something unique and different. You could go to a new cafe ever single day and it would probably still take you at least a few months to get to all of them.\nThat's why this list was made, to help you narrow down the list so you know where to find the best cafes in the most popular boroughs in Montreal!\nHochelaga Cafes ☕ 🍃\nLe Plateau Cafes ☕ ✨\nDowntown Montreal Cafes ☕ 📚\nOld Montreal Cafes ☕ 🌸\nSaint Henri Cafes ☕ 🌞\nFor Best Hochelaga Cafes, Click "NEXT"\nBest Hochelaga Cafes:\nHoche Cafe\nWhere: 4299 Ontario St E\nvia @maudelali\nvia @cathdcliche\nType: Low-key\nPrice: 💸💸\nWhy you should go: They make the best lattes, matcha lattes, hot cocoa and more! Their food is also amazing. They serve breakfast sandwiches, cupcakes, croissants and more.\nARHOMA\nWhere: 15 Simon-Valois Pl\nvia @amelielx\nvia @sarahbou13\nType: Bakery\nPrice: 💸💸\nWhy you should go: You can get all kinds of different sandwiches, baked goods, pizzas, and even flower bouquets at this cute cafe!\nCafe Sfouf\nWhere: 1250 Ontario St E\nvia @shadesofvibes\nvia @cafesfouf\nType: Lebanese Cafe\nPrice: 💸\nWhy you should go: They serve authentic desserts, meals and drinks that you'll just love. Try their turmeric latte with their hummus and tomato toast for a yummy treat!\nLa Dinette Montreal-Est\nWhere: 7066 Sherbrooke St E\nvia @tahseenmachine\nvia @mtllovin\nType: Vintage\nPrice: 💸💸\nWhy you should go: This cozy cafe brunch spot lets you eat a full plate of yummy waffles next to their adorable pink wall! They serve all kinds of different waffles covered in syrup and your favourite fruits, pair that with their delicious latte and you're in for a real treat.\nAtomic Cafe\nWhere: 3606 Ontario St E\nvia @melstgeorges\nvia @clumsybunii\nType: Bar & Cafe\nPrice: 💸\nWhy you should go: This spot has a vibrant atmosphere and there's always something going on from tattoo events to live music at night! Come for a coffee during the day or drinks at night.\nFor Best Cafes In Le Plateau, Click "NEXT"\nBest Le Plateau Cafes:\nCafe Melbourne\nWhere: 4615 St Laurent Blvd\nvia @klem.ytb\nvia @sara_algubaa\nType: Australian\nPrice: 💸💸\nWhy you should go: This spot serves crazy creative brunch on the weekends and super cute lattes all week long. Try their Lucky Charms latte, pink latte or matcha lattes.\nCafe Chats L'Heureux\nWhere: 172 Avenue Duluth E\nvia @purrrtastic\nvia @c.a.mi.l.l.e\nType: Entertaining\nPrice: 💸💸\nWhy you should go: If you're a cat lover, this is the place for you. You'll love spending time with all the cats, wondering, lounging, and playing their days away!\nCafe Nocturne\nWhere: 19 Prince Arthur St W\nvia @victoria.gagne\nvia @legendoftamar\nType: Hip\nPrice: 💸💸💸\nWhy you should go: The previously named Kitsune Cafe is now Cafe Nocturne but it's still got the great lit up sign, tons of seating for studying, amazing coffee and cozy atmosphere!\nCafe Plume\nWhere: 123 Mont-Royal Ave W\nvia @mtlcafecrawl\nvia @trulylaur\nType: Casual\nPrice: 💸💸\nWhy you should go: This spot may be simple but it serves some of the best coffee you'll ever taste and it's always consistently amazing.\nCafe OSMO\nWhere: 51 Sherbrooke St W\nvia @carlamavaddat\nvia @go.withit\nType: Modern\nPrice: 💸💸\nWhy you should go: This cafe is attached to the Notman house which holds tons of different start-up companies. This cool modern cafe was made as a place for innovative people to meet and share ideas over coffee!\nDispatch Coffee\nWhere: 4021 St Laurent Blvd\nvia @inayali\nvia @mtlhotspot\nType: Futuristic\nPrice: 💸💸💸\nWhy you should go: This spot prides itself on making each cup of coffee perfect for you to enjoy. Pair that with the unique, futuristic vibe of this cafe and you've got an amazing coffee experience.\nFor Best Cafes In Downtown Montreal, Click "NEXT"\nBest Downtown Montreal Cafes:\nPigeon Espresso Bar\nWhere: 1392 Boulevard de Maisonneuve O\nvia @marianne.laure\nvia @pigeonespressobar\nType: To-go cafe\nPrice: 💸💸💸\nWhy you should go: Don't be fooled by the signs dubbing them 'worlds worst coffee' all over their cafe, they're really the best and they know it! Amazing coffee with a cute vibe all packed into such a small space.\nHVMANS\nWhere: 1455 Saint-Catherine St W\nvia @th3rdwave\nvia @fatteeyatheart\nType: Minimalistic\nPrice: 💸💸\nWhy you should go: This cute cafe is all white, decorated with plants and serves some of the best coffee in town! It's right next to the Concordia library for when you need a change of scenery during midterms.\nLeaves Cafe\nWhere: 2051 Rue de la Montagne\nvia @supjoub\nvia @anisah_shah\nType: Vegan\nPrice: 💸💸💸\nWhy you should go: This spot serves all vegan desserts and all vegan milks (no animal milk allowed). The space is teeming with mini cacti and succulents for purchase and of course their ceiling is covered in twinkly lights.\nCafe Spoon\nWhere: 2183 Crescent St\nvia @legendoftamar\nvia @kyleeross\nType: Cute & Cozy\nPrice: 💸💸\nWhy you should go: This below ground cafe is perfect for those rainy fall days where you're looking to get warm from a cozy cup of coffee! It's decorated with cute plants all over their space.\nCafe Aunja\nWhere: 1448 Sherbrooke St W\nvia @viewsfrombehindmylense\nvia @eaccentaigumilie\nType: Persian tea shop\nPrice: 💸💸\nWhy you should go: This spot is the definition of cozy. They serve amazing coffee, delicious herbal teas, and the space covered in twinkly lights and cozy couches.\nFor Best Cafes In Old Montreal, Click "NEXT"\nBest Old Montreal Cafes:\nCrew Collective & Cafe\nWhere: 360 St Jacques St\nvia @crewcollectivecafe\nvia @crewcollectivecafe\nType: Old School\nPrice: 💸💸💸\nWhy you should go: This stunning cafe was built into an old bank and all the best parts were refurbished including the old bank tellers and the amazing ceiling and chandeliers! They make delicious coffee and tons of great foods to enjoy while you admire the interior for hours.\nTommy Cafe\nWhere: 200 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest\nvia @tavianpalacios\nvia @aurelietruchon\nType: Hip\nPrice: 💸💸💸\nWhy you should go: This cafe is famous for it's huge chandelier full of hanging plants and the multiple levels full of study tables!\nOlive & Gourmando\nWhere: 351 Saint-Paul St W\nvia @ioneanderson\nvia @gayance\nType: Bakery\nPrice: 💸💸💸\nWhy you should go: This is the perfect spot to grab a yummy pastry and a coffee on your way to work or just relax and have a healthy breakfast!\nCafe de Mercanti\nWhere: 350 Notre-Dame St E\nvia @audreya_8\nvia @cvalbs\nType: Italian\nPrice: 💸💸\nWhy you should go: If you love amazing espresso and pastries, this is definitely the spot for you! Enjoy dipping a crunchy biscotti or warm chocolate chip cookie into your perfectly brewed latte at this spot.\nMaison Christian Faure\nWhere: 355 Place Royale\nvia @montreal.alaise\nvia @thehollyx\nType: French bakery\nPrice: 💸💸💸\nWhy you should go: This baker came straight from France to offer us the best baked goods we've ever eaten. If you love pairing your coffee with an impeccably made French dessert, this is the place for you!\nFor Best Cafes In Saint Henri, Click "NEXT"\nBest Saint Henri Cafes:\nLili & Oli\nWhere: 2713 Notre-Dame St W\nvia @courtneyhargray\nvia @dancingtechpreneur\nType: Simple & Cute\nPrice: 💸\nWhy you should go: I was here over the weekend and I saw the cutest dog in the world, so that's reason enough isn't it? Super chill vibes and tons of seating making it perfect for studying and catching up with friends!\nSaint Henri Micro-Torrefacteur\nWhere: 3632 Notre-Dame St W\nvia @th3rdwave\nvia @cafesainthenri\nType: Casual\nPrice: 💸\nWhy you should go: This spot uses old church pews as seating and offers amazing coffee and pastries to enjoy while you're studying or hanging out!\nSeptember Surf Cafe\nWhere: 2471 Notre-Dame St W\nvia @spmarois\nvia @kara_bino\nType: Minimalistic\nPrice: 💸💸💸\nWhy you should go: This cafe is super adorable even though the decor is super minimalist. What keeps people coming back is the delicious coffee and chill surfer vibe.\nCafe Campanelli\nWhere: 4634 Notre-Dame St W\nvia @mtlbeanstalk\nvia @thequeeniesee\nType: Rustic\nPrice: 💸💸\nWhy you should go: This place offers a super chill and rustic atmosphere, amazing coffee and delicious baked goods to snack on!