If you're like me and have only just recently ended the six-month streak of wearing strictly sweatpants, the idea of getting all dolled up and welcoming back your inner princess (or prince and everything in between) is definitely needed. And there's no better place to do so than at a high tea spot in Montreal.\nOne of the best parts about fall is cuddling with a nice cup of tea.\nEditor's Choice: Here's What $500,000 Homes For Sale Look Like In & Around Montreal\nBut after the year we've all had, I think it's time we made it some high tea. Plus, you'll get to feel a little fancy and extra, which is always welcome.\nMany places will offer you a range of teas from across the globes and a selection of beautiful treats and pastries. And they'll be served in a way that'll truly make you feel like royalty.\nIt's also a great way to sit and sip and watch the day pass you by with your fellow teatime friends.\nAlso, a great way to spill the tea... a.k.a. to dish and chat.\nSo come on, friends. Get those pinkies up!\nPalm Court, Ritz-Carlton Hotel\nAddress: 1228, rue Sherbrooke O., Montreal, QC\nView this post on Instagram Cheers to warming up with some afternoon tea ☕️. @ritzcarltonmontreal #afternoontea A post shared by SOMMER 🤍☕️ (@sommer_areces) on Jan 9, 2020 at 6:24am PST\nThe Ritz-Carlton is the perfect place to feel a little glam. The high tea service has long been popular with Montrealers and now, it's moved into the grand ballroom to allow for more distance, but we don't mind a little extra decadence.\nWebsite\nBurgundy Lion\nAddress: 2496, rue Notre-Dame O., Montreal, QC\nView this post on Instagram Amazing fun, high tea with my girl!#burgundylionpub#hightea A post shared by @ domiberberi on Oct 13, 2019 at 12:31pm PDT\nYou'd expect a British restaurant to have amazing high tea and Burgundy Lion definitely does.\nPlus, the restaurant makes you feel like you're sipping tea in a garden, which is exactly where I think the Queen likes it best.\nWebsite\nLe Parloir\nAddress: 4354, ave. Christophe-Colomb, Montreal, QC\nView this post on Instagram Its tea timeee with Tee 🥰 A post shared by Teeb 👁🗨 (@teebakaa) on Feb 2, 2020 at 2:09pm PST\nLe Parloir is a tea house in the city that is the perfect spot whenever you're in need of a little sophistication in your life.\nBut don't think it's super stuck-up. Le Parloir is super cozy and intimate and offers more of a homey level of glam that'll make you want to go again and again.\nFacebook\nBar à Beurre,\nAddress: 348, rue Notre-Dame E., Montreal, QC\nView this post on Instagram Tea time!!! Always a treat when we do high tea, @missellieroberts 😊 . . . Shared photo creds. #hightea #highteamontreal #yummyeats #barabeurremontreal A post shared by Romi ♡ (@romi_lambert) on Oct 13, 2019 at 3:50pm PDT\nJust because high tea is a typically British thing, doesn't mean that other countries and cultures don't have amazing and delicious additions.\nBar à Beurre is known for its Italian butter cookies, but also has bread, cakes and macarons for you to try.\nWebsite\nLa Brume Dans Mes Lunettes \nAddress: 378, rue Saint-Zotique E., Montreal, QC\n View this post on Instagram When you realize that at this pace you'll never get your summer body because brunch is life #leavemealonewithmyscone 🥐🥞🍞🍪🍩 A post shared by Hanadi (@hanadijbr) on Apr 15, 2018 at 11:25am PDT\n\nYou may or may not have known of La Brume Dans Mes Lunettes before now, but you definitely should.\nIt's incredibly chill and welcoming and the perfect spot for a spot of tea. Plus, you can make it as fancy or as down-to-earth as you want.\nWebsite\n\nCheers!