When it comes to cabanes à sucre in Quebec, our province knows what it's doing.\nIf you've got a sweet tooth, you're going to want to check these spots out over the next few months.\nSee our list below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nThere are a few places in the world where diets don't exist and we in Quebec are lucky that sugar shacks are among them. To Canadians living on the East Coast, maple syrup is like liquid gold. The sweet taste pairs well with almost everything and at a Quebec cabane à sucre, you can eat as much of it as you want.\nThe opening of the shacks heralds the end of winter and beginning of spring, which I know we're all excited for\nSome are known for their traditional dishes and rustic charm while other spots have pushed the traditional boundaries.\nBut in every case, a cabane à sucre is an awesome experience for anyone with a sweet tooth.\nSome of the classic sugar shack specialties include beans, omelet, split pea soup, and sausage — almost all soaked in syrup.\nOf course, most Canadian of all is the congealed maple syrup served right off the ice and onto a popsicle stick. It's almost guaranteed to give you a good ol' fashion sugar high.\nFor some of the best cabane à sucre experiences in the Montreal area, check out these eight places!\nSucrerie Bonaventure\nWhere: 15400, rue Charles, Mirabel\nView this post on Instagram Sa première fois à la Cabane à Sucre❤️ #cabaneasucre A post shared by Kenya Saint-Lôt 𓁿 BeBeKo (@artsbybebeko) on Mar 31, 2019 at 6:53am PDT\nThis rustic sugar shack knows how to do Quebec comfort food the right way. Located on a farm, guests can enjoy more than the decadent dishes that come out of the kitchen.\nFrom riding on a horse-drawn carriage to a photoshoot stroll through the grounds, this sugar shack is a lot of fun.\nAnd, for the vegetarians and gluten-free readers, the menu is modifiable based on your eating restrictions.\nWebsite\nDomaine Labranche\nWhere: 565, Rang Saint-Simon\nView this post on Instagram Savez-vous ce qui s'en vient le 28 février prochain?! 🤗 Notre cabane à sucre sera de retour!! 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A post shared by Domaine Labranche (@domaine_labranche) on Jan 8, 2020 at 7:43am PST\nSleigh your way into a food coma at Domane Labranche at this family-run sugar shack is known for their homemade goods and traditional dishes.\nNot only will you be able to stuff your face at this establishment but you will also be able to make some furry new friends at the petting zoo.\nWebsite\nCabane À Sucre Handfield\nWhere: 190, Rang des Soixante, Saint-Marc-sur-Richelieu\nView this post on Instagram Khy’s first sugar shack 🍁💕😋 #handfieldsugarshack #vegansugarshack #springtradition A post shared by m a g a l i e 🌸 (@magalieeroy) on Mar 24, 2019 at 2:29pm PDT\nThis cozy sugar shack has an "all you can eat" menu that is sure to fill you and your crew stomachs up for the rest of the day.\nThe comfortable establishment offers a traditional cabane a sucre experience as you surround yourself with loved ones and immerse yourself into the Quebec culture.\nWebsite\nSucrerie du Domaine\nWhere: 280, Chemin du Domaine des Chutes, Chertsey\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Geneviève Audy (@gengerelle) on Apr 27, 2019 at 11:24am PDT\nKnown for its high-quality meals, high energy staff, and sugary sweets, Sucrerie Du Domaine is a great spot if for sugar shack season.\nNot only do they offer a vegan menu but their incredibly warm and charming decor also adds to the charisma of this establishment\nWebsite\nCabane À Sucre Au Pied de Cochon\nWhere: 11382 Rang de la Fresnière, Mirabel\nView this post on Instagram #maple #feast at the #sugarshack #martinpicard #lacabaneaupieddecochon #bucketlist #gastronomy at its best. A post shared by Mylene Choquette (@mylene_photo) on Mar 2, 2019 at 6:05pm PST\nWhen it comes to sugar shacks, Au Pied de Cochon is kind of a big deal. Run by the masterminds behind the restaurant of the same name. This shack serves up some of the most decadent and elaborate dishes imaginable.\nThis glamorous yet comfortable establishment takes sugar shacking to an entirely new level.\nWebsite\nÉrablière Charbonneau\nWhere: 45 Chemin du Sous-Bois, Mont-Saint-Grégoire\nView this post on Instagram Le temps des cabanes à sucre a commencé! Quelles sont vos adresses favorites? #tempsdessucres #erable #siropderable A post shared by Magazine VÉRO (@magazine_vero) on Mar 12, 2017 at 9:17am PDT\nFor those looking for an authentic experience, Érablière Charbonneau offers just that. From the food and ambiance to the music and decor, everything about this spot is traditional cabane à sucre.\nAfter devouring a delicious meal you will be able to burn it off as you stroll through a scenic route with beautiful scenery.\nWebsite\nSucrerie De La Montagne\nWhere: 300, Chemin Saint-Georges, Rigaud\nView this post on Instagram Coup de cœur assuré dès la première bouchée! A post shared by Sucrerie de la Montagne (@sucreriedelamontagne) on Oct 21, 2019 at 11:49am PDT\nI'm not sure if it is the live music or the abundance of tasty food but this establishment will instantly make you feel like you have entered a different world.\nAfter eating as much as you physically can, you can take a stroll through the exquisite property and allow yourself to connect with nature.\nWebsite\nChalet Des Erables\nWhere: 384, Montée Gagnon, Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines\nView this post on Instagram Tire d'érable 🍁🇨🇦#cabane #cabaneasucre #sirop #siropderable #neige #baton #erable #harvest #canadafood #canadianlife A post shared by Marine Remy (@marine_04.10) on Apr 1, 2017 at 7:58pm PDT\nNot only will guests be able to nosh on traditional dishes and snacks on snow toffee, but at this sugar shack, you get more than a culinary experience.\nFrom the antique car rides and pony rides to the mechanical bull and so much more, Chalet Des Erables was made for people to let loose and enjoy.\nWebsite\nEnjoy the syrup, Montreal!