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Is a Montreal Coffee Pioneer Being Priced Out of Saint-Henri?

A momentous tweet from Café Saint-Henri today.

No more Notre-Dame cuppings?
No more Notre-Dame cuppings?
Café Saint-Henri

Café Saint-Henri, a trailblazer of third wave, artisanal coffee in Montreal, is done, apparently, in Saint-Henri.

This is the second café to ostensibly close in the area in recent months—though to be fair, Buck15 is expected to return from a long hiatus on June 13. A staff member at Café Saint-Henri was unable to comment today but a well-placed source tells Eater that the coffee shop's lease is good for another year. Café Saint-Henri also operates outlets in Verdun and the Latin Quarter. Stay tuned for more details as they develop.

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3632 rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Montreal, QC H4C 1P5 (514) 507-9696 Visit Website

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