7 Montreal Cafés That We Can't Wait To Sit And Smell Fresh Coffee Beans In Again

Daydreaming of sweet, sweet café days.
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7 Montreal Cafés That We Can't Wait To Sit And Smell Fresh Coffee Beans In Again

Everybody is itching for the end of lockdown and a return to normalcy. And that means heading back to our favourite Montreal cafés. And we'll admit, it's not just for the coffee, but for the cute photos, too.

Don't pretend you haven't already planned your first post-lockdown post. 

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Because while we may be feeding our caffeine craving, our feeds been looking a little lonely.

So if you're already planning or totally daydreaming (no judgement here!) about getting all dolled up for a cup of joe and want to know where to go, this list is filled to the brim with gorgeous cafés that'll be waiting for you when the time comes.

Yo & Co Espresso Bar

Address: 5590, rue Laurendeau, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: The decor of this Ville-Émard spot is bold and modern, yet soft and inviting. The baristas make a pretty amazing cup of coffee, too.

NELLI Café

Address: 104, rue Saint-Paul O., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: The epitome of Montreal (coffee by day, wine by night), this cafe and wine bar in Old Montreal is definitely going to be your go-to spot day or night.

Café Bazin

Address: 380, ave. Victoria, Westmount, QC

Why You Need To Go: This stunning café will have you feeling like you're in Paris, and the only thing more beautiful than the shop is the pastries.

Crew Collective & Café 

Address:

360, rue Saint-Jacques, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: Did you really have a Montreal café photoshoot if you didn't post one of the most iconic spots?

Pastel Rita

Address: 5761, boul. Saint-Laurent, Montreal, QC;

Why You Need To Go: As the name suggests, this place is where pastel dreams are made of.

Le Darling

Address: 4328, boul. Saint-Laurent, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: Le Darling is a darling in the hearts of Montreal coffee drinkers for its amazing taste, both in coffee and aesthetic.

Café Aunja

Address: 1448, rue Sherbrooke O., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: This hidden spot in the heart of downtown is perfect for when you need a cozy place in all of the hustle-bustle or a really beautiful pic.

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