As much as we don't want to admit it, summer won't last forever and fall is slowly, but surely upon us. With the cooler weather in the air, it's time to whip out those comfy sweaters and head to your favourite Montreal café. Because if there are two things that Montrealers know about, it's how to stay warm when the weather takes a dip and good coffee.
One of the best parts about coffee is that it's good any time of year. Cappuccinos, ice coffees, pumpkin spice lattés, whatever you fancy, any time is coffee time.
But you have to admit that there's something special about a nice cup of joe at an adorable café on a crisp, fall day where you can sit and stay cozy and sip the day away.
And like I said, we know coffee here in Montreal, so the options are absolutely endless — not just for types of coffee, but types of cafés.
Modern and chic, rustic and trendy, charming and historic. The cafés are as beautiful as the coffee beans, themselves.
So, where to first?
Address: 1448, rue Sherbrooke O., Montreal, QC
This adorable Persian-style café is tucked away on Sherbrooke in a way that's cozy and inviting. You can spend hours trying one of the amazing lattés, impressive list of teas or something off of the delicious food menu.
Café Bazin is not only a beautiful café but makes some of the most beautiful desserts that you will ever see. It feels like you're spending a rainy day in Paris in a gorgeous French café— what could be better?
Definitely one of the most well-known cafés in the whole city, Crew Collective is grand and extravagant, yet cozy and warm. Come for the incredible cathedral-style vibe and stay for the delicious coffee.
Café Pista, itself, is as bold as the coffee and is a definite go-to for all of the coffee-lovers out there. You can spend hours sipping away or simply gazing at the stunning spot that the Pista team has created.