I know that one question is on the mind of so many locals right now: when will the terrasses in Montreal be opening?\nSo, I sought out answers to this question, and I'm here to share them with you all.\nFind out when the most popular Montreal terrasses are opening for the 2020 season below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nAfter having read Southern Quebec's spring weather predictions, my mind instantly shifted to wondering when our city's terrasse season will begin. Unfortunately for the owners of terrasses in Montreal, it can be difficult to plan official opening dates since, as we all know, the city's weather is oh so unpredictable. But, this fact didn't stop me from seeing what these iconic hangout spots are planning for the upcoming season.\nSo, I went on the hunt to find out just when we're going to be blessed with the openings of our favourite terrasses around the city. Some spots have confirmed opening dates, others have expected ones, and some have not set a specific date yet as they are waiting for weather forecasts to become more certain.\nDo you daydream about drinking sangria on a terrasse? Me too. I know we're all patiently waiting for that moment to come when we sip our warm days away.\nYou guys may be thinking, okay but what about spring? If you're a real Montrealer, you know spring lasts about 3.7 days — so I have every right to be searching for summer as we speak.\nAs for the list, I've put the terrasses in order of opening date, so it has an exciting chronology for ya.\nCafé Santropol's Garden Terrasse\nOpening date: it's already open!\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Lindsay (@lindsaydoyle_) on Oct 1, 2018 at 2:08pm PDT\nThe terrasse in the back of Café Santropol has to be one of the most quaint places in the city. Whether you're going just for a coffee or an entire meal, you're sure to leave one satisfied customer.\nThis well-decorated space offers blankets to curl up in and heaters around the majority of the tables. And, it's the first terrasse in the city to be open — go take advantage!\nJardin Nelson\nOpening date: Wednesday, April 22, 2020\nView this post on Instagram 🍃Reminiscing about last week and this magical place I found in Montréal🍃 the ambience, the live music and the food... I cannot wait to go back💚 @jardin_nelson . . . . @nextbestoutfit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #ootd #wiw #montreal #montrealfood #toronto #girl #love #style #lifestyle #fashion #fall #fashionblogger #blog #blogger #styleblogger #beautiful #interiordesign #art #streetstyle #photography #photooftheday #lookoftheday #hairstyle #insta #instafashion #instapic #instadaily #outdoors #nature A post shared by M A H S H A D (@nextbestoutfit) on Oct 21, 2019 at 11:57am PDT\nDuring the summer, you can always find people lining up to get into Jardin Nelson. Since its located in the heart of the Old Port, it's an ideal spot to spend your days.\nThe music? Phenomenal. The sangria? Delicious. The terrasse? Colourful. What more could you really ask for?\nPlus, once it opens on April 22, it's prepared for all types of weather. And the ambiance will have you coming back time and time again.\nTerrasse William Gray\nExpected opening date: Thursday, April 9, 2020\nView this post on Instagram weekend getaway ✨ A post shared by Danika Levasseur (@danikalevasseur) on Sep 22, 2019 at 12:58pm PDT\nIf you've ever wanted a photo with La Grande Roue de Montréal in the background, Terrasse William Gray is your spot.\nAnd if weather permits, it'll be open for business in approximately six short weeks! Here's to hoping for warmer weather A.S.A.P.\nTerrasse Nelligan\nExpected opening date: Wednesday, April 15, 2020\nView this post on Instagram Only a few weeks left to enjoy our terrace! Happiness included. 😊 📸: @mtlelle - Il ne reste que quelques semaines pour profiter de notre terrasse ! Bonheur inclus. 😊 📸: @mtlelle . . . . . . . . #terrassenelligan #rooftopterrace #mtlfood #mtlmoments #expoldmtl#oldmtl #vieuxmtl #foodiemontreal #foodiemtl #vieuxportmontreal #vieuxportmtl #mtlresto #mtlview #mtlsummer #mtljetaime #mtlterrasse #montrealview #restomtl #montrealrestaurant #mtlfood #mtlfoodies #mtlfoodie A post shared by Terrasse Nelligan (@terrassenel) on Sep 17, 2019 at 12:01pm PDT\nThere are very few spots that beat Terrasse Nelligan's panoramic views of the city.\n"Si Dame Nature le veut bien" (if Mother Nature permits), we'll be able to get these views as of April 15, which is what the Food & Beverage Director told MTL Blog in an email.\nPerché\nExpected opening date: Thursday, April 16, 2020\nView this post on Instagram How you look at bae after a couple glasses of rosé sangria... 😏 A post shared by N A O (@na0__) on Aug 27, 2019 at 12:51pm PDT\nThis one may look familiar, and that's because it's only four floors down for Terrasse William Gray. It, too, is a part of Hotel William Gray, so you're getting the same views — just a little closer to the ground.\nBut, both are worth checking out since their food and drinks menus differ! Might as well try them all, right?\nTerrasses Bonsecours \nOpening date: Thursday, May 14, 2020\n View this post on Instagram 20 ans pas content A post shared by É L I Z A B E T H C Ô T É (@lizab.c) on Jul 21, 2019 at 5:04pm PDT\n\nTerrasses Bonsecours has it all, from boozy brunches to late night outdoor clubbing. \nThe variety of sangria pitchers they offer makes it the perfect spot to go with you and your gang. And luckily for us, it'll only be a little over two and a half months before we get to bring back the Bonsecours evenings!\n\n View this post on Instagram You and your friends gotta try the 6 different flavours of mojitos from Montreal's @terrasseplacedarmes ASAP! 🍹 #mtlblog #montreal #montréal #mtl #quebec #quebeccity #québec #qc #canada #mtlmoments #downtownmontreal #montrealoldport #oldmontreal #oldportmtl #vancouver #britishcolumbia #toronto #winnipeg #ottawa #ontario #calgary #edmonton #alberta #halifax #novascotia #newfoundland #explorecanada #imagesofcanada #mojito #sangria A post shared by MTLBlog (@mtlblog) on Jun 15, 2018 at 8:02am PDT\nMTL Blog has been told that other terrasses, such as Terrasse Place d’Armes, Terrasse sur l’Auberge, and Terrasse du Vieux-Port Steakhouse are looking at opening dates during the month of May.\nWe have also reached out to Pub Le Sainte-Élisabeth and Terrasse St-Ambroise to find out when their terrasses will be opening — both are uncertain about official dates and say it will depend on the weather.\nThis article will continuously be updated as new spots release their opening dates.\nUntil then, keep hoping for warm weather to hit our city as quickly as possible!\nThis article has been updated.