Now that we can safely put the hardcore Montreal winter behind us (well, until next year) it is time to start planning for the wondrous days of simply being able to chill outside in the glowing sun with good friends and with the libation of your choice in hand.\nMTL Blog definitely loves terrasse season as much as you probably do; so we compiled a list of some of our favorite Montreal places. They are ranked in no particular order because after all anywhere you can sit in the sun and drink is good by us.\nClick here for the Best Montreal Summer Terrasses >\nBrutopia\n1219 Crescent\nIf you are looking for a great microbrew spot with a terrasse then look no further. Here you’ll be able to enjoy a range of seasonal beers as well as their classics like the raspberry blond brews. Many nights there is also a chance to catch live performances from Montreal musicians.\nStyle: Front & back terrasses Location: Downtown People: Hipsters, Artsy people, and local musicians\nLa Terrasse St-Ambroise\n5080 St.Ambroise\nLocated along the Lachine Canal, this is an ideal teerrace to rest your feet after a day of summer activities while enjoying the variety of the McAuslan beers. Here you’ll be able to enjoy a nice refreshing cold brew while watching people zipping along the bike path. Or, if you’re lucky, you may catch a glimpse of some dragon boat racers practicing along the canal. Unfortunately, if it rains the terrasse is closed.\nStyle: Outdoor semi-waterfront Location: Lachine People: All ages, children (with parental supervision), dogs are welcome on leashes\nTerrasses Bonsecours\n364 Rue de la Commune Est\nStyle: 4 floors of terrasses Location: Old Port People: Hipsters, non-hipsters, tourists\nLe Belmont\n4483 Boulevard Saint-Laurent\nJune 12th - 15th during Mural fest and again Aug 21st - 24th,\nStyle: Outdoor epic size Location: Downtown People: Music lovers and the seen-and-be-scenesters\nTerrasse Place d’Armes\n55 rue St-Jacques West\nStyle: Rooftop terrasse Location: Old Montreal People: Casual, young professionals\nMcKibbin's\n1426 Bishop\nStyle: Back enclosed terrasse Location: Downtown Place: Casual, student-heavy, all ages\nMontreal Poutine\n161 rue Saint-Paul Est\nStyle: Hidden courtyard Location: Old Montreal People: Hipsters, non-hipsters, tourists\nLe Local\n740 William\nStyle: Ivy covered terrasse Location: Old Montreal People: Lawyers, advertising execs and creative types\nVol de Nuit\n14 Prince Arthur East, corner of St. Laurent\nStyle: Sidewalk terrasse Location: Plateau People: Casual, student-heavy, most age groups\nClub Unity\n1171 Rue Sainte-Catherine East\nStyle: Rooftop Location: Plateau/Mile-End People: LGBTA and LGBTA-friendly hipsters, non-hipsters, +18 plus\nBoris Bistro\n465 McGill\nStyle: 2-level outdoor terrasse Location: Old Montreal People: Casual or posh, locals, tourists, all ages\nBarraca Rhumerie & Tapas\n1134 Mont-Royal East\nStyle: Outdoor enclosed terrasse Location: Plateau Place: Hipsters, non-hipsters, all ages\nBrasserie Benelux\n245 Sherbrooke West\nStyle: Outdoor Location: Downtown People: Casual, student-heavy, most age groups\nL'Abreuvoir Pub\n403 Ontario East\nStyle: Outdoor greenery ambiance Location: Downtown People: Casual, Hipsters, non-hipsters, all ages\nHurley’s Irish Pub\n1225 Crescent\nStyle: Front and back terrasses Location: Downtown People: Casual, Hipsters, non-hipsters, tourists all ages\nTokyo Bar\n3709 St.Laurent\nStyle: Club vibe terrasse Location: Downtown People: Club goers, Hipsters, non-hipsters, tourists all ages\nSports Station\n2051 St.Catherine West\nStyle: Street-side Location: Downtown People: Sports fans, Hipsters, non-hipsters, tourists all ages\nIrish Embassy\n1234 Bishop\nStyle: Outdoor terrasse Location: Downtown People: Casual, Hipsters, non-hipsters, tourists all ages\nBar B-1\n2021 St-Denis\nStyle: Outdoor terrasse Location: Downtown People: Casual/chic, Hipsters, non-hipsters, bartenders, all ages\nDo you have any hot-spot terrasses to add to our list?