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A New Locale for Larue & Fils and Oui Mais Non

Photo: Larue & Fils

Jarry Street is just the next strip on a long list that's slowly changing as businesses seek out little pockets within the Villeray borough to open up shop. Although Jarry is no Beaubien just yet, two new cafes have recently opened up that are definitely signs of things to come.

You might have already seen Café Larue & Fils's charming blue coffee truck making it's way around the city or stopped by their original location on De Castelnau E., but they've recently opened a new storefront on Jarry E. not too far from Jarry Metro station. With a growing fan base, Larue & Fils does not do third wave, but makes a more traditional type of coffee. They also roast their coffee beans here in Montreal.

Shortly after Café Larue & Fils's opened, another coffee shop opened their doors just down the street, Oui Mais Non, on the corner of Casgrain. According to A La Mode Montreal: "Les propriétaires, Marc-Antoine Coulombe et Mathieu Pelletier, chérissait l'idée d'ouvrir un café depuis un moment. Les deux amis ont étudié ensemble en design de l'environnement et ils ont travaillé un peu en restauration avant d'ouvrir leur propre commerce. Ils ont choisit la rue Jarry parce qu'eux aussi trouvaient qu'il n'y avait pas grand chose d'intéressant dans le coin."

· Café Larue & Fils Jarry [Facebook]
· Oui Mais Non [Facebook]
· All Opening Reports [-EMTL-]

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