The weather is getting nicer and people are feeling the romance in the air. But some people maya little overwhelmed by the whole thing, and start to question their relationship. Arguably, one of the worst parts about breaking up is the breakup itself: trying to figure out the logistics of what and when and how is decidedly not a fun thing to do. And a breakup so close to the most romantic day of the year is not an easy thing to do.\nLuckily, I've got you covered. Below, I've sorted a list of the best places to break up with someone in Montreal. You might find these a little unorthodox, perhaps even cynical, but if you think about it long enough I'm sure you'll find that I'm right.\nREAD ALSO: The 7 Best Places To Cry In Public In Montreal\nTL;DR Read on for a list of good breakup spots, along with an explanation for why.\nItalian Restaurant\nHear me out. Sure, this is a public space, so if your partner is a big cryer this might not be the best idea. However, at least they can drown their sorrows in infinite carbs, creamy Alfredo sauce, and all the garlic bread they can possibly fit in their stomach. Need a recommendation for the right place? Brotelli Pasta Bar just opened in downtown Montreal, and it offers delicious pasta on the go. This is the best of both worlds: you can grab fresh pasta and cry-eat it in the luxury of your apartment.\nThere's also this brand new wood-over pizza spot in Pointe-St-Charles!\nView this post on Instagram Gnocchi at it’s finest 😍🍝🇮🇹👌#gnocchi #sorrento #ilovepasta #pasta #lunchtime #mtl #mtleats #mtlblog #mtlfoodies #instagram #eatwellbewell #cibctower #brotellipastabar A post shared by Brotelli Pasta Bar (@brotellipastabar) on Jan 22, 2019 at 7:26am PST\nOutside the SQDC\nAfter the breakup, you or your disgruntled partner can purchase some soothing and munchie-inducing weed to ease your sorrows away.\nOn the Corner of Saint-Laurent and Prince-Arthur\nBecause there's a Juliette et Chocolat right there, and I don't think I need to elaborate on the healing virtues of chocolate. Maybe book your soon-to-be-ex partner a reservation in advance?\nPlus, this corner is teeming with crying and inebriated people on a Saturday night. You and your ex will fit right in and those that see you probably won't remeber it the next day.\nView this post on Instagram Cette année pour la Saint-Valentin, offrez du chocolat sous toutes ses formes! ❤️🍓 Découvrez les créations artisanales de nos maîtres chocolatiers 🍫👩🍳 Disponibles dans toutes les succursales et en ligne • This year for Valentine's Day, offer chocolate in all shapes and forms! ❤️🍓Discover the artisanal creations of our master chocolatiers 🍫👩🍳 Available in all our stores and online . . . . . . . . #julietteetchocolat #chocolat #chocolate #love #chocolatelab #laboratoirechocolat #artisanal #sweetlife #uneviechocolatee #boisbriand #laval #montreal #mtl #brossard #dix30 #gourmandise #gourmand #🍫 #❤️ A post shared by Juliette & Chocolat (@juliette_chocolat) on Jan 30, 2019 at 7:41am PST\nA Bar\nI think that a bar is a pretty good setting for a breakup. You have all the booze you could possibly need to drown your sorrows, and you can get your rebound out of the way quickly. Try Else's for a quiet and casual atmosphere, or Café Campus for a more raucous atmosphere.\nIf it's one of those rare amicable breakups, check out Mon Osti de Restaurant, which serves sushi, tapas, and creative cocktails. You and your ex and reminisce over good times shared together while stuffing your face with incredible food.\nThe Gym\nThis is really considerate because the gym is a space where your partner can not only work out their sadness and aggression, but also find buff new potential dates.\nView this post on Instagram « Imaginez que je vous donne un élastique qui présente certaines déchirures. Je vous demande de l’étirer au maximum. Que se passe-t-il? L’élastique va se déchirer encore plus! C’est exactement ce qui se produit lorsque vous étirez vos muscles à la suite d’un entraînement. Vous serez donc surpris de voir que les étirements après l’entraînement ne diminueront pas les courbatures, au contraire! Plusieurs études ont démontré que les étirements n’avaient pas d’effet significatif sur les douleurs ressenties1. Toutefois, certaines personnes peuvent être momentanément soulagées des douleurs des courbatures en s’étirant durant les jours suivants. Cependant, ce soulagement temporaire ne change rien aux microlésions déjà présentes. » Contrairement à ce que plusieurs pensent, les étirements après l’entrainement ne diminueront pas les courbatures reliés à l’entrainement! 😰 • • • • #nopainnogain #workout #nautilusplus #hardworkpaysoffs #courbatures #yoga A post shared by Nautilus Plus (@nautilus_plus) on Jan 17, 2019 at 12:01pm PST\nThe Orange Line\nSure, this is kind of public. However, when was the last time you judged, or even looked, at someone who was crying on the metro? It's pretty commonplace, and no one ever looks at you twice. Plus, being in transit means you're probably already close to home. I suggest the orange line specifically because the Azur metros are all open, which means you guys can get the heck away from each other, instead of having to sit in the same cart after the awkward breakup.\nChinese Buffet\nAnother food-related spot, because there's nothing more comforting than a full stomach. Moreover, the added bonus of breaking up in a public space is that, if you want to cause a scene, you really can. You can find a list of great all-you-can-eat places here.\nThe Lachine Canal\nStroll along the Lachine Canal after sunset to have a long, private talk with your partner. Walking is a cathartic activity, and the constant change of scenery along the kilometers-long path will make those awkward silences a little less painful.\nO.Noir or Dans le noir Restaurants\nAt these Montreal restaurants, customers sit in complete darkness. The theory is that the lack of vision heightens the sense of taste, but the veil of darkness can also be the perfect setting for a breakup. If you don't want anyone to see you crying, or can't bear the sight of your former loved one's heartbroken expression, this is the place to do the deed. This would be, admittedly, a kind of dick move. So you should at least pay for your ex's meal.\nCheck out O.Noir here and Dans le noir here.\nThe Underground City\nFor easy access to the metro. Also because there are so many hiding spots and places that hardly anyone visits, so you can have all the privacy you need. Plus, locals don't really hang out down there, just tourists. So you know that anyone who sees you crying will never see you again. The "underground city" is heated, so your tears won't freeze on your face.\nView this post on Instagram Cette année encore, le métro sera ouvert toute la nuit du 31 décembre... vous pourrez célébrer la nouvelle année jusqu’aux petites heures du matin! 🎉🎉🎉 #stminfo #stm #mtlunderground #mtlmoments #metrostation #newyear #nouvelan A post shared by STM Mouvement collectif (@stminfo) on Dec 3, 2018 at 3:24pm PST\nMount Royal\nThis is great if your partner has a dramatic streak. Breaking up at the top of Mont-Royal will allow them to cry-scream in front of the whole city, and hear their echoes far and wide. Check out more good places to cry in public in Montreal here.\n@brasseurmtlembedded via\nParticipating Poutine Week Restaurant\nThere's never been a better comfort food. Check out the full list of restaurants here.\nYour Apartment\nWe've saved the most classic option for last. Breaking up away from the public eye is probably the more considerate thing to do. It allows for more adult, honest conversations. But, whatever you do, make the breakup at YOUR house, NOT your partner's. I don't want someone to break up with me, and then have to wait for them to leave: I want to storm out on my terms. Plus, it avoids your partner an awkward trip to you place to pick up their stuff later. If you're feeling really nice, you can gather all of their things up in advance and hand them the box as they leave.