Plant-based lattes are now more available than ever in Montreal's independent coffee shops (yes!), but some of these guys are definitely slaying it.\nREAD ALSO: 25 Montreal Coffee Shops To Get A Great Almond Milk Latte\nLife's too short for bad lattes, so here's a list of the 7 coffee shops where you're guaranteed to have one of the best coffee of your life, plant-based or not.\n1.Café Dei Campi\nA photo posted by Chloé Crane-Leroux (@chloecleroux) on Jul 30, 2016 at 7:52am PDT\n1360 Rosemont\nLocated in Rosemont-la-Petite-Patrie near the Père-Marquette park, this vegan Italian café opened last winter but is already known as one of Montreal's best vegan spots. Serving cornetto, affogato and mini-pizzas, this is the place I go when I want a soy or almond latte with a vegan donut while watching a Napoli soccer game (which is nearly every weekend).\nFacebook\n2. Hoche Café\nA photo posted by Bertrand Exertier (@bertexertier) on Sep 5, 2016 at 7:19am PDT\n4299 rue Ontario Est\nLocated in the heart of Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, the Hoche Café has the most fresh and dense espresso I have ever tasted which also makes it the best plant-based latté I've ever had. They offer several baked goods, including a vegan chocolate chips cookies, a vegan orange muffin and a tempeh sandwich which are out of this world. It's fully worth going dans l'essst.\nFacebook\n3. Cardynal\nA photo posted by Chic tonique (@chictonique) on Mar 15, 2016 at 10:05am PDT\n1558 Mont-Royal Est\nMost of the Plateau's non-vegan coffee shop serve decent tasting vegan lattes, but the Cardynal definitely excels at it. It's my favorite place to grab a soy latte on the go before running some errands.\nFacebook\n4. Antidote\nA photo posted by Catherine Morin (@moscatomorin) on Aug 2, 2016 at 12:26pm PDT\n3459 Ontario Est\nOpened since 2014, Antidote is a restaurant and a little grocery located on the Promenade Ontario in Homa. They sell homemade seitan, plant-based cheeses and BLTs. But they also serve a rich and thick soy latté that pairs extraordinarily well with their breakfast sandwich.\nFacebook\n5. Leaves Café\nA photo posted by LEAVES CAFE (@leavescafe) on Jun 10, 2016 at 10:12am PDT\n2051 Rue de la Montagne\nAs the first all-vegan espresso bar in Montreal, Leaves Café certainly stands out. It serves homemade baked goods and the place is filled with cactus and plants which makes the cutest setting to drink almond lattes with your S/O or your best friend.\nFacebook\n6. Résonance Café\nA photo posted by High Season Co. (@highseasonco) on Sep 24, 2015 at 4:22pm PDT\n5175a av. du parc\nAside from hosting incredible jazz performances, the Résonance Café also serves one of Montréal's best coffee. Their latte is just dark enough and the place is simply perfect if you want to meet up with friends, have a hot drink and listen to some jazz.\nFacebook\nCafé Vénosa\nA photo posted by LA➳St.Paul (@jaimehasama) on Aug 4, 2016 at 7:45pm PDT\n4433 St-Denis\nOne of my favorite trends from these past few years is cat cafés; most people love cats and coffee, so that only makes the concept practical, smart and adorable. This one is particularly unique because their menu is all vegan and the cats that live there are from the SPCA, so you can adopt all one of them if you have a crush. This place is my favorite when I have to get work done because you can pet cats whenever you want and their latte are gigantic and taste delicious.\nFacebook\nAdd mtlblog on Snapchat.