Montreal's First-Ever "Free Coffee" Week

You should 514% take advantage of this.
Montreal's First-Ever "Free Coffee" Week

Waking up this morning was extra difficult.

It may say Tuesday on the calendar, but we all know it's just a fake-ass Monday in disguise.

Not only that, but it's back to school for most student in Montreal this week.

But luckily, one café in Montreal wants to ease your suffering by offering you a FREE cup of coffee all week long.

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La Graine Brûlée are the heroes behind this extremely necessary promotion.

The café is located at 921 St-Catherine East.

All you have to do is show up and present your student ID to get your free coffee.

The offer is valid from September 6th - 9th.

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