Montreal is full of everything you can ever imagine. From world-renowned eateries to picturesque parks, the city has never been lacking in things to do. But, some of us prefer to discover the parts of our city that aren't as popular. So, we're here to help you seek out Montreal's secret spots.\nWe all know those ultra photographed spots, whether they be restaurants, clubs, or even parks. But how many of you have dug into those hidden gems that make our city what it is?\nEditor's Choice: UNIQLO Has Finally Unveiled The Opening Date For Its First-Ever Montreal Location\nFrom vintage stores and burger joints to parks and cafés, there are so many one-of-a-kind places that you can't help but fall in love with, that is — if you know they're there.\nInstead of following Insta trends, why not be a trendsetter by posting at one of MTL's lesser-known, epic spots.\nParc Jean-Drapeau's Hidden Waterfall\nWhere: 1 Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montreal, QC\nView this post on Instagram La verdure de l'île Sainte-Hélène 🌳 #parcjeandrapeau #mtlmoments #montreal #quebecoriginal #explorecanada 📷 : @jfsavaria A post shared by Parc Jean Drapeau (@parcjeandrapeau) on Jun 14, 2018 at 4:01am PDT\nThis lesser-known waterfall in the popular Parc Jean-Drapeau is a great place to check out, especially during the summer.\nIt's a little bit secluded, but once you know where it is, you'll realize it's actually super easy to get to.\nClick here for a map on how exactly to get there.\nOh My Deer Café\nWhere: 24, ave. des Pins E., Montreal, QC\nView this post on Instagram Oh my deer! Why is the coffee so good!? #coffeetime #mtlcafecrawl #mtl ☕❤️🦌 @ohmydeer.coffee_mtl A post shared by Vanessa Joy (@miss.v085) on Jul 18, 2020 at 8:10am PDT\nIn a city that's swimming in cafés, Oh My Deer has managed to stay low-key while providing incredible service and amazing coffee.\nWebsite\nThe Little Shop\nWhere: 1002, ave. Ogilvy, Montreal, QC\nView this post on Instagram #bestdressedtoday @tarp___ #minimod #lapetiteboutique #thelittleshop #vintagemtl #vintagemontreal A post shared by La Petite Boutique (@thelittleshopmtl) on Jul 26, 2020 at 12:33pm PDT\nThis small yet adorable second-hand shop has amazing vintage clothing, jewelry, and ornaments.\nInstagram\nGarden At Saint Joseph's Oratory\nWhere: Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal\nView this post on Instagram Prettiest Saturday exploring our city ✨🤍 #montreal #exploremontreal #exploremore #weekendvibes #summerinthecity A post shared by Tiffany Dionne (@tiffany_elle23) on Aug 16, 2020 at 7:23am PDT\nWe all know about the great Saint Joseph's Oratory. However, not everyone knows about the magical garden that's hidden within the property.\nCheck it out\nWooden Squirrel Carvings At Mount Royal Chalet\nView this post on Instagram Missing Canada extra hard today A post shared by David Joya - Iglesias (@dave.joya) on Aug 11, 2020 at 3:25pm PDT\nThe well-known chalet has a cafe, a souvenir shop, and an information desk, but not many people realize that there are also adorable wooden squirrel carvings to awe at.\nNext time you're there, don't forget to look up!\nWebsite\nBar St Vincent\nWhere: 3561, rue Ontario E., Montreal, QC\nView this post on Instagram Represent 🤟🏻 • • • #mtl #stvincent #mtlmoments 📸: @jfpronovost A post shared by Magali Saint-Vincent (@magali.saintvincent) on Jun 16, 2019 at 11:04am PDT\nThis corner bar with outdoor seating has an old-school feel to it making it a fun joint to check out with friends.\nFacebook\nParc Morgan\nWhere: rue Gaboury, Montreal, QC\nView this post on Instagram Look ahead... A post shared by Mari Engber (@mariengber) on Jul 12, 2020 at 3:56pm PDT\nWhile it's true that many people do kind of know about this gorgeous park, not many seem to visit it often. Now's your chance to.\nWebsite\nHappy exploring!