The city is slowly coming back to life after a long and brutal winter. Park benches have been set up again, festivals are popping up downtown and the trees are finally starting to grow leaves.\nIn imitation of the city's ephemeral summer setups, pop-up restaurants tend to take root all around Montreal. For a limited time, while the weather permits, you can enjoy amazing food in these restaurants.\nThese establishments usually only stay open until mid-September, after which you'll have to wait a whole nine months before they open again, so better enjoy them while they're here!\nHomard Des Îles\nWhere: 2 locations: 360 rue de la Commune E. & Quai Jacques-Cartier.\nWhat: This is the other restaurant owned by Muvbox. They serve amazing lobster rolls and pizza. You can find out more here.\n| LAST CALL - DERNIER WEEK-END! | 🍂🍁\n\nL'automne est officiellement arrivé! Venez profiter d'un dernier LOBSTER ROLL...Posted by Muvbox Restos on Saturday, September 22, 2018\nWebsite\nREAD ALSO: Best Croissants In Montreal\nLes Jardineries\nWhere: Esplanade Sunlife\nWhat: This beautiful outdoor space is inspired by "biergartens." They have bars, food stalls and fun activities all summer long. Not to mention that they go a long way to be mindful of the environment by making the most of urban farming, for example.\nPosted by Les Jardineries on Sunday, October 21, 2018\nWebsite\nFirst Fridays\nWhere: Esplanade Sunlife\nWhat: Gourmet food trucks, run by some of the city's most elite chefs, come together on the first Friday of each month until October. Beer, burgers and dumplings, oh my!\nPosted by Les Premiers Vendredis on Saturday, March 16, 2019\nWebsite\nLes Jardins Gamelin\nWhere: 1500 rue Berri, Montreal\nWhat: This public space adjacent to the Berri-UQAM metro station features eateries and public performances. The grand opening is on May 30th.\nPosted by Jardins Gamelin on Monday, May 6, 2019\nWebsite\nAire Commune\nWhere: 5705 rue de Gaspé, Montreal\nWhat: This outdoor work space transforms into one of the best terrasses for your 5 à 7, with music, DJs and food trucks at your disposal for a sun-soaked afternoon. More info can be found here.\nPosted by Aire Commune on Tuesday, October 2, 2018\nWebsite\nVillage Au Pied Du Courant\nWhere: 2100 rue Notre-Dame E., Montreal\nWhat: This Village, located by the St-Lawrence river, is reinvented every year by designers and locals. They showcase local chefs on the site, where you can also lie in the sun and listen to live music.\n🎨 À quoi ressemblera la programmation 2019 du Village ? A vous de nous le dire ! \n\n🎨 Envoyez-nous vos propositions. Pour...Posted by Village au Pied-du-Courant on Monday, March 25, 2019\nWebsite\nCanal Lounge\nWhere: 22 ave. Atwater, Montreal\nWhat: This stunning boat on the Lachine canal is the perfect spot to cool off on a warm summer day. The unique café/bar is a necessary stop after an afternoon spent at the Atwater market.\nPosted by Canal lounge on Thursday, August 31, 2017\nWebsite\nAlexanderplatz Bar\nWhere: 6731 rue de l’Esplanade, Montreal\nWhat: This Mile End bar opens each year in a local garage.\nView this post on Instagram Platzdoggo don’t like the cold outside. Venez vous réchauffer jeudi et vendredi soir à nos soirées Post/Platz 🍾🔊 . . . 📸 @garconperdue #dog #doggo #bar #mtl #mtlmoments #cold #summerdenyer #automn #alexandramarconi #djset A post shared by Alexandraplatz (@alexandraplatzbar) on Oct 3, 2018 at 7:40am PDT\nWebsite\nBrick Bar\nWhere: To be announced\nWhat: Though the official dates for the opening of this lego-themed bar are yet to be announced, you'll definitely want to go once it's open. The bar has fun, lego-themed drinks and bites to eat. The other locations of the Brick Bar are also super Instagram-able. Find out more here.\nPosted by The Brick Bar on Monday, November 26, 2018\nWebsite\nTerrasses Bonsecours\nWhere: 364 rue de la Commune E., Montreal\nWhat: Terrasses Bonsecours is a mainstay in our summer sangria crawl. The beautiful outdoor terrasse is located on the banks of the Old Port, and they serve amazing drinks and fun tapas.\nWe are OPENING Friday, Saturday & #BoozyBrunch Sunday - 14-15-16!✌️\nReservations!💃 - http://bit.ly/TB-BistroPosted by Terrasses Bonsecours on Thursday, September 13, 2018\nWebsite\nTerrasse Nelligan\nWhere: 100 rue Saint-Paul O., Montreal\nWhat: This beautiful terrasse, located on the roof of the Nelligan hotel, is only open in the summer. The photogenic location has a great view of the Old Port. Their sangria rocks and their food is even better.\nLa basilique Notre-Dame ainsi que la réplique de l'Empire State Building. Deux magnifiques édifices à admirer en sirotant un cocktail 😍🍹 #MTLJetaime ❤Posted by Terrasse Nelligan on Saturday, September 29, 2018\nWebsite\nREAD ALSO: Montreal Is Hosting A Giant Taco Festival This Summer\nParasol\nWhere: 5439 1/2 blvd. Saint-Laurent, Montreal.\nWhat: This pop-up restaurant is beloved by Montrealers. The wine bar has a great selection (duh) and the cutest décor you've ever seen. The restaurant re-opens in mid June.\nOur last day for the season is this coming Monday (Sept 10th) so if you haven’t been yet or are dying to come back, head to the website and book your tables now!Posted by Parasol on Thursday, September 6, 2018\nWebsite\nTerrasse Saint-Ambroise\nWhere: 5080 rue St-Ambroise, Montreal.\nWhat: This huge terrasse is located on the edge of the Lachine Canal, which makes it a perfect place to stop off after a nice, long bike ride. They serve Saint-Ambroise beer and a few simple snacks and dishes. The perfect casual spot!\nOur last day for the season is this coming Monday (Sept 10th) so if you haven’t been yet or are dying to come back, head to the website and book your tables now!\nPosted by Parasol on Thursday, September 6, 2018\nWebsite\nAll of these places are excellent locations to get some amazing food that isn't normally available throughout the year! And because many of these pop-up restaurants are located outside, you'll make the most of the summer sun!