The 11 Best Montreal Spots To Break Up With Someone & Make Sure They Remember You

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The 11 Best Montreal Spots To Break Up With Someone & Make Sure They Remember You

Montreal is known to be a romantic city, but that doesn't mean that heartbreak in the 514 is impossible. We've all gone through breakups. Some of us have done the dumping while others have been dumped, and we almost always remember which place in Montreal it happened at.

Relationships are hard, and sometimes they sadly come to an end. The only problem is finding a spot symbolic enough to terminate the love affair.

Our city is filled with spots where you can propose, enjoy a romantic evening and of course, where you can break up with someone.

From the steps of a church to carb-filled restaurants, our city is stocked with ideal places to end your relationship.

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At The YUL Airport

Why This Makes A Perfect Breakup Spot: Let them know that you'd rather catch flights, not feelings.

Old Montreal

Why This Makes A Perfect Breakup Spot: The old-world and romantic charm will make for a picture-perfect breakup — one straight out of a movie.

Saint-Viateur Bagel

Address:263, rue Saint- Viateur O., Montreal, Quebec

Why This Makes A Perfect Breakup Spot: This one is simple — everyone craves carbs when they're feeling emotional.

The Lachine Canal

Why This Makes A Perfect Breakup Spot: As the water flows it'll remind you that your relationship is not flowing as it should and will make for a good opening line to initiate the breakup.

Jean Coutu

Address: Various locations in Montreal

Why This Makes A Perfect Breakup Spot: As you dump them, you can let them know that they've been nothing but a headache, buy them some Advil, and tell them to get better.

The Top Of Saint Joseph's Oratory

Address: 3800, rue Queen Mary, Montreal, QC

Why This Makes A Perfect Breakup Spot: Once you say your final words, your ex is going to have to walk down a very, very long flight of stairs which will give them time to think about all the things they did wrong in the relationship.

Mount Royal

Why This Makes A Perfect Breakup Spot: If you're so fed up that you're at the point where you hate them and want to expose them to a crowd of people, this is the spot for you.

Right Outside Their Apartment Door

Why This Makes A Perfect Breakup Spot: For those of you who still have a bit of sympathy, just rip the bandaid off in front of their apartment, it'll make things easier on the other person. Let them slowly creep back into their unit before the tears make an appearance.

Atwater Market

Address: 138, ave. Atwater, Montreal, QC

Why This Makes A Perfect Breakup Spot: This will give you the chance to get them to buy you groceries and flowers — before you say goodbye forever!

Any Montreal Metro

Why This Makes A Perfect Breakup Spot: The doors of the metro will close as you close the doors on your relationship. Now that's poetic.

In Front of Juliette & Chocolat

Address: Various locations in Montreal

Why This Makes A Perfect Breakup Spot: Give your soon-to-be-ex the ease of walking right into the dessert shop so that they can bury their feelings in chocolate goodness.

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