6 Montreal Bakeries That Deliver Warm Croissants To Cheer You Up

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6 Montreal Bakeries That Deliver Warm Croissants To Cheer You Up

Whether it's a rainy day, a Sunday morning or just one of those times when you don't feel like moving, Montreal bakeries that deliver have got your back.

There are so many spots in Montreal that offer amazing delivery, from greek restaurants and sushi spots to buckets of chicken, our city is stocked with food options.

Being a French-speaking city, it comes as no surprise that croissants are one of our main food groups.

So, it comes as no surprise that there are so many spots that will deliver some crisp, buttery croissants right to our door!

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Address: 1524, rue Notre-Dame O., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Order: Not only will you be able to order some of the tastiest croissants to your door, but you can also add in amazing lattes, breakfast sandwiches and lunch options!

Boulangerie de Froment et de Sève

Address: 2355, rue Beaubien E., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Order: Crispy on the outside, moist on the inside, this bakery knows a thing or two when it comes to making croissants.

Café Le VSL

Address: 753, boul. Decarie, Saint-Laurent, Quebec

Why You Need To Order: You can get a fresh and crispy croissant delivered right to your door with a stunning colourful latte to go with it.

la cornetteria

Address: 6528, boul. Saint-Laurent, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Order: This small cafe knows a thing or two about making delicious treats. From coffees to croissants, you can get a taste of their delicacies delivered right to your door.

Duc de Lorraine

Address: 5002, rue Côte-des-Neiges, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Order: This french-inspired bakery is known for many things, including its incredible croissants. And, luckily for us, we can have these amazing sweets delivered right to our door.

La Bête à Pain

Address: 114, rue Fleury O., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Order: This spot does croissants just like they do in France.

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