With so much going on this year, it feels like we've all been in need of some good news and something to look forward to.
Well, it looks like the powers that be have heard us and blessed us with this amazing new spot.
Péché translates to sin in English.
And trust me, this is bound to be your new sacred spot for all things sinful...
The café is like the angels blessing the city.
Péché is the café affiliated with Espace Thomas, a luxury gym and spa.
In fact, the spa gym and spa are found in an old Church and the café is located in what was once the Preacher's garage.
Hence the name "Péché", a cheeky tribute to the building's roots.
But don't worry, it's actually a Montrealer's heaven.
By day, it's a cozy café, but by night, it's the coolest spot for cocktails and wine.
The spot is dark and mysterious with a speakeasy-esque vibe, but is totally friendly and welcoming.
It's definitely bound to be one of Montreal's newest hangouts for anything and everything.
Péché's menu is honestly divine.
Like anything sinful, you know it's gotta be delicious.
Or as the Péché team likes to call it, they're "Gluttonous Sins."
The menu was developed by Chef Julien Coulombe-Morency, ex-Toqué!, ex-Monopole and Mangiafoco and is Péché's hail Mary.
It's got decadent and rich items, like glorious sandwiches, devilishly delicious pasta and desserts that'll make you say "OMG!"
As for the desserts, you'll seriously think you've died and gone to heaven.
Coffee-wise, it's the perfect cup for that holy feeling of "Ahhh..." first thing in the morning and once nightfall hits, the water turns to wine for a pretty impressive list of liquid indulgence.
The takeout counter can be found at the red wall on rue Saint-Denis.
Péché has a gorgeous, bright red takeout counter that you definitely can't miss.
Like a sign from the higher powers above.
You can head right up to the window, place your order and just wait.
Plus, there's a parking lot, so you can drive right up and not have to wait in the cold.
If that doesn't answer Montrealers' prayers, I don't know what will.
For those looking for takeout, you can place your order and wait in the designated warmed up area.
Delivery is also available through UberEats, SkipTheDishes, Doordash.
But as soon as the red zone restrictions are lifted, we can, of course, dine in again.
Address: 3998, rue St. Denis, Montreal, QC
Why You Need To Go: For some sinfully delicious food that tastes like a gift from the gods.