Montreal Now Has A "100% Vegetarian Cafe" That You Need To Try

Keep calm and 'veg' on.
Montreal Now Has A "100% Vegetarian Cafe" That You Need To Try

Being a vegetarian can be tricky, especially when the majority of quick options offer slim to no decent vegetarian alternatives. But, lucky for us Montrealers, there are plenty of vegetarian and vegan options popping up all over town to make your lifestyle easier and more accessible than ever before.

Velish, the all-new vegetarian friendly cafe in Montreal not only offers some delicious options, but you can grab it on the go which is perfect for your busy lifestyle.

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Their mission is to fuel people's busy lives by offering vegetarian and vegan friendly plant-based options that you can grab-and-go or even have delivered right to your door. Eating well has never been so easy.

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Velish defines themselves as a smoothie and juice bar, but they also offer a variety of breakfast and lunch items like açaí bowls and cold-pressed juices, as well as coffee!

They even offer cleanse packages to help you jump start your healthy lifestyle, help satisfy your appetite and still give you all of the nutrients that you need to be energized and productive all day long.

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Velish is revamping our outdated image of vegan and vegetarian food and they're seriously making us dig the "vege-life". Just check out their photos!

via @velishco

via @velishco

via @velishco

via @velishco

via @velishco

via @velishco

Delicious right? We think so too! They're located right in the heart of downtown Montreal, totally accessible for any busy Montrealer who is looking to grab a healthy vegetarian bite!

Where: 32 rue Saint Cuthbert

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