Montreal Restaurants

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  • 1. Crew Collective Café

    $ | Old Montréal | Café

    Undoubtedly the most strikingly beautiful coffee shop in Montreal, perhaps even in North America, Crew Collective & Café is housed inside...Read More

  • 2. Kem CoBa

    $ | Mile End | Café

    Only one word accurately describes the all-natural goodness at this ice cream stand: yum. Flavors change frequently based on what chefs find...Read More

  • 3. Olive + Gourmando

    $ | Old Montréal | Café

    Influential types arrive at lunchtime en masse for a table at this bustling bakery and sandwich shop where vegetables are organically grown...Read More

  • 4. St-Viateur Bagel & Café

    $ | The Plateau | Café

    Even New Yorkers have been known to (collective gasp!) prefer Montréal's light and crispy bagel to its bulkier Manhattan cousin. The secret...Read More

  • 5. Café Myriade

    $ | Downtown | Café

    Aficionados are willing to wait for a seat at this small café, where the foam on your latte or café au lait is artfully arranged in waves, hearts...Read More

  • 6. Café Olimpico

    $ | Mile End | Café

    Open daily from 7 am to midnight, this Mile End staple is a popular spot for great Italian coffee in Montréal's most fashionable neighborhood...Read More

  • 7. Caffè San Simeon

    $ | Little Italy | Café

    In the heart of Little Italy, this historic coffee shop filled with regulars chatting away in Italian, is one of the city's best places (that...Read More

  • 8. De farine & d'eau fraîche

    $ | The Village | Café

    This coffee and pastry shop's display is filled with the cutest cakes and cookies that have a strong “high tea in a modern doll house” vibe...Read More

  • 9. Duc de Lorraine

    $ | Côte-des-Neiges | Café

    Opened in 1952, Duc de Lorraine is a Montréal institution. A light croissant or rich pastry from the city's oldest patisserie makes for a nice...Read More

  • 10. Claude Postel

    $ | Old Montréal | Café

    Hordes of hungry clerks and lawyers line up at lunchtime to order fast, ready-made meals. Conversation is hushed and urgent over the vegetarian...Read More

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