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The Big Map of Brilliant Montreal Coffee Shops

From Italian espresso to ubiquitous third-wave options, here’s where to go for a cup of joe

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People have never been more in need of a caffeine pick-me-up, and luckily for us, Montreal is a great place for it. It’s seen a boom in coffee shops in the last decade or so, meaning there is no shortage of places where one can find a solid Americano or something a little more dressed up.

The 50 spots listed here are among the best the city has to offer. Many are third wave cafés, from pioneers like Pikolo to newer shops like Saison des Pluies, which treats its coffee with the same level of reverence traditionally given to wine. Also well-represented are some classic Italian spots, from Mile End’s Café Olimpico to Ferlucci in Villeray.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Victor Rose Espresso Bar

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15C Avenue Cartier, Pointe-Claire
QC H9S 4R5, Canada
(514) 447-2711
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At this small, mother-daughter-run coffee shop tucked steps away from the waterfront in Pointe-Claire, expect to find an array of cold drinks, pastries, and chatty patron — oh yeah, and your dog is welcome, too.

2. Le Brûloir

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318 Rue Fleury O, Montréal
QC H3L 1V3, Canada
(438) 385-9556
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Ahuntsic's very own micro-roaster perks up the Fleury strip with single origin and blended coffees. Part bistro, Le Brûloir also serves pastries, sandwiches, and light meals.

3. Saison des pluies

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301 Rue Guizot E, Montréal
QC H2P 1M5, Canada
(514) 384-5053

This 2020 addition to the northern end of Villeray brought fair-trade coffee from Celsius 94 to the neighbourhood, as well as an excellent list of sandwich options and cookies filled with Oreos, Fruit Loops, and other goodies.

4. Café Vito

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151 Villeray, Montreal
QC H2R 1G4, Canada
(514) 564-3131
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Vito Azzue has coffee in his blood. His father and brother both have café backgrounds and Azzue himself was a fixture at Olimpico for 15 years. His namesake café in the previously underserved ‘hood of Villeray is the culmination of profuse hands-on experience. Beware the large sidewalk crowds on weekends.

5. Melk (multiple locations)

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5612 Monkland Ave, Montreal
QC, Canada
(514) 508-5789
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One of the few places with a decent cup of coffee in Monkland Village, Melk pulls its own organic roasts and features an array of homemade baked goods. There’s another location downtown, on Stanley.

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6. Café Larue & Fils (multiple locations)

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244 de Castelnau Est, Montreal
QC H2R 1P5, Canada
(514) 272-8087
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Well-established brand Larue & Fils operates three shops, including on De Castelnau, Jarry East, and St-Zotique, and made a splash with an expansion into vegan ice cream in the summer of 2021.

7. Ferlucci

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432 Rue de Castelnau E, Montréal
QC H2R 1R3, Canada
(514) 379-6575
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This eccentric little cafe – housed in what used to be a lower duplex apartment on de Castelnau – serves excellent, local Italian beans, as well as grilled cheese sandwiches, sugar-dusted cookies, and plenty more. The rack of VHS tapes above the cash adds a layer of nostalgia to the amicable environment.

8. Dispatch Coffee (multiple locations)

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267 St-Zotique, Montreal
QC, Canada
(514) 229-5008
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Dispatch, which began as a mobile vendor, is a fearless player on Montreal’s coffee scene. The café in Mile-Ex doubles as a roastery, has additional locations on the McGill campus and a sleek location on the Main, and a national coffee delivery service.

9. Café DAX

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1461 Av. Van Horne, Outremont
QC H2V 1L3, Canada
(514) 941-9982
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As one of the few third-wave options in Outremont, Dax proudly serves coffee from Montreal and other North American roasters, as well as a wide variety of teas and baked goods.

10. Caffè Italia

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6840 Boul St-Laurent, Montréal
QC H2S 3C7, Canada
(514) 495-0059
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Perhaps the closest thing to a small espresso bar in Italy, this Saint-Laurent hotspot — open since 1956 — is as classic as they come. Its “get-in-and-get-out” vibe isn’t pretentious; it’s just the way it goes. Their panini are some of the best around (don’t forget to add hot peppers) and there are plenty of pastries that go nicely with your latte.

11. Caffè San Simeon

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39 rue Dante, Montreal
QC H2S 1J6, Canada
(514) 272-7386
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A quintessential Little Italy coffee shop should be equal parts social club. Enter Caffè San Simeon, open since 1979.

12. Café des Habitudes

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1104 Rue Saint-Zotique E, Montréal
QC H2S 2H1, Canada
(438) 936-0959
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This new environmentally conscious, vegetarian café is minimalist in design, and dedicated to the concept of slow living. The coffee shop spans two large spaces, one side that offers spaces to relax, read, or climb into a cozy second-floor corner, while the other has a few tables, a bar, and a place for kids to play.

13. Zab Café

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6201 R. Saint-Denis, Montréal
QC H2S 2R8, Canada
(514) 357-8437
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Best known as one of the top microroasters in Montreal, Zab’s café-boutique on Saint-Denis is a great place to fuel up on caffeine or grab a bag of beans to go while riding the REV.

14. Paquebot (multiple locations)

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2110 Bélanger, Montreal
QC H2G 1C2, Canada
(514) 439-4344
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Paquebot was the first coffee shop to serve nitro cold brew in Montreal. Since then, it took its wares to Old Montreal, not long after taking over Mile End’s Café Plume.

15. Café Olimpico (multiple locations)

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124 rue Saint-Viateur Ouest, Montreal
QC H2T 2L1, Canada
(514) 495-0746
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Founded by the late Rocco Furfaro in 1970, this Italian coffee shop stays open da night — a clever branding move made when some of the original window decals stating “open day and night” peeled off. While its original location continues to operate as a landmark of the bustling Mile End scene, recent expansions include smaller shops in Old Montreal and downtown.

16. Caffè in Gamba (multiple locations)

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5263 ave. Du Parc, Montreal
QC H2V 4G9, Canada
(514) 656-6852
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Gamba sources quality beans from the likes of Café Saint-Henri, Intelligentsia, Detour, 49th Parallel, and Counter Culture. Their newest location on Saint-Viateur opened in late 2019.

17. Café Falco

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5605 ave. De Gaspé, Montreal
QC, Canada
(514) 272-7766
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Siphon coffee, Japanese-inflected grub, and the coolest décor in the city, all on the industrial-turned-techy side of Mile End.

18. Éclair

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12 Rue Maguire, Montréal
QC H2T 1B8, Canada
(514) 495-7880
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Café Éclair stands out with its mission to offer more than just food and drink — it also acts as a bookstore, stocking a few options on the shelves, such as cookbooks, illustrated books and popular novels.

19. Le Elsdale

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2381 Rue Beaubien E, Montréal
QC H2G 1N3, Canada
(514) 725-9769
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Officially listed as a café-buvette-boutique, this expertly decorated space offers its clientele more than just a coffee experience. With a full menu, locally made artisanal goods, and a curated wine list, this Beaubien superstar is also just steps away from Parc Molson and the wonderful gazebo that features on its own apparel.

20. Noble Café (multiple locations)

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430, avenue Laurier Est, Montreal
QC H2J 1E5, Canada
(514) 656-7630
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This petite Plateau café across the street from Laurier metro serves coffee in espresso, filter, and cold brew forms. And a recent expansion into Mile Ex in summer 2021 proved a smart choice.

21. Campanelli

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4634 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Montréal
QC H4C 1S4, Canada
(514) 933-7770
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Life and business partners Tony Campanelli and Sophie Hébert run this popular new school Italian café and sandwich counter in Saint-Henri, which is well worth the visit.

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22. Yo & Co Espresso Bar

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5590 Rue Laurendeau, Montréal
QC H4E 3W3, Canada
(438) 391-7912
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Located in Ville-Émard, Yo & Co is a great option for anyone looking to explore areas south of the Lachine Canal. Like many other cafés that pivoted during the pandemic, patrons can also buy bottles of wine to go, as well as mugs, tumblers, soaps, and other merch. Parc St-Paul, just down the street, is a nice place to sit with your coffee.

23. Shaughnessy Café

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1455 Rue Lambert Closse, Montréal
QC H3H 1Z5, Canada
(438) 386-9890
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One of the better cafés found on the western edge of downtown, this café owes its name to Shaughnessy Village, a small but historic neighbourhood located just steps away. Coffee beans, accessories, and a curated selection of merch are available in-store and online.

24. Café Méchants Pinsons

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1546 Avenue Laurier E, Montréal
QC H2J 1H9, Canada

This bright space on the bustling stretch of Laurier East is a neighbourhood favourite for multiple reasons, including indoor countertop seats and outdoor benches that provide for some great people-watching.

25. Café Saint-Henri (multiple locations)

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3632 rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Montreal
QC H4C 1P5, Canada
(514) 507-9696
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This micro-roasting pioneer is a utopia for coffee nerds. Above and beyond your standard neighbourhood café, there are outlets in Saint-Henri, Verdun, Square-Victoria-OACI metro, the Latin Quarter, and Jean-Talon Market, and of course, a stunning HQ near Jarry Park.

26. Café Névé (multiple locations)

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151 rue Rachel Est, Montreal
QC H2W 1E1, Canada
(514) 903-9294
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Open since 2009, severalCanadian roasters figure prominently at this popular café situated across from Portuguese chicken restaurant Romados. Do not pass on its mouth-watering chocolate chip cookie.

27. Café chez Téta

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227 Rue Rachel E, Montréal
QC H2W 1E4, Canada
(514) 845-5776
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Specializing in manouche, rounded flatbreads topped variously, this Rachel Street shop also highlights Lebanese coffee (with or without cardamom), plus all the typical caffeinated beverages you’d expect at your cool, new local café.

28. Café Replika

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252, rue Rachel Est, Montreal
QC H2W 1E6, Canada
(514) 903-4384
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You can get standard espresso-based drinks at Replika, but what makes this delightful Plateau spot tick is Turkish coffee, sandwiches, and snacks.

29. Café Myriade (multiple locations)

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1432 rue Mackay, Montreal
QC H3G 2H7, Canada
(514) 938-1717
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Anthony Benda is as responsible as anyone for Montreal's contemporary independent café scene, founding this café in 2008. He has since sold the business, but not before adding an outlet in Club Monaco's flagship downtown Montreal store, and one more up on the Plateau.

30. Café Leaves (multiple locations)

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2051 Rue de la Montagne, Montréal
QC H3G 1Z8, Canada
(514) 928-3665
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As the name implies, this café is replete with flora and caffeine-hungry fauna. Forget matcha lattes, this spot is venturing into unheard territory with its spicy beetroot, golden orange, and ruby ginger varieties. There’s a bigger outpost over on McGill College, as well as a brand-new shop inside Place Ville Marie.

31. Lili & Oli

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2713 Notre Dame, Montreal
QC, Canada
(514) 932-8961
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This Little Burgundy favourite has kept up with the times in its decade-plus in business, and didn’t lose any steam when it moved homes some years back. A second outpost can be found on Wellington Street in Verdun.

32. Caffetiera

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2055 Rue Stanley, Montréal
QC H3A 1R7, Canada
(514) 507-2055
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This Italian-inspired espresso bar in the heart of Montreal’s downtown is proving to be one of the better options now that many of the chains and franchises like Starbucks and others have shuttered in the area. The stunning décor was designed by local architectural and design firm Ménard Dworkind and responds well to the neighbourhood’s need for a quick coffee (and pastry) option.

33. Café Pista (multiple locations)

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2650 Rue Masson, Montréal
QC H1Y 1W2, Canada
(438) 380-1307
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With three locations to its name, Pista holds up as a classic third-wave coffee shop, serving up its own roast amid pastel tones.

34. Café September Surf (multiple locations)

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2471, rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Montreal
QC H3J 1N6, Canada
(514) 934-5000
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This café-surf shop offers a hefty food menu, featuring items such as halloumi toast, breakfast sausage biscuit, energy balls, buttermilk pancakes, fruit bowls, and one hell of a cheeseburger. An impressive second location opened in Pointe-St-Charles in 2019.

35. La Maison Oflore

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511 Av. Duluth E, Montréal
QC H2L 1A8, Canada
(514) 750-5454
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With a sprawling hidden terrasse out back, this Duluth café is well-located and plenty charming. Steps from Parc La Fontaine, coffee goers can grab a cup to go or choose to sit back in this comforting, slow-paced environment. For a caffein alternative, try one of their homemade lemonades.

36. Pikolo Espresso Bar

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3418B, av. du Parc, Montreal
QC H2X 2H5, Canada
(514) 508-6800
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However you prefer your caffeine fix — cold brew, latte, espresso, pour over — Pikolo is at the vanguard. The narrow gem on the fringes of the McGill Ghetto orders from choice roasters like Calgary's Phil & Sebastian and Portland's Heart.

37. My Little Cup

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2055 Robert-Bourassa, Montreal
QC, Canada
(514) 618-4987
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My Little Cup is a spin-off of a popular Brussels café run by French brothers Laurent and Bertrand Lucas. The original — "a unique espresso bar, the first of its kind in Belgium" — was the fulfillment of a dream for Bertrand. The globetrotter told a French newspaper in 2012 that he discovered third-wave coffee shops while in the United States and wanted to import the concept to Europe. The McGill metro spot opened in January 2016.

38. Pavillon Snack Bar

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5200 Rue Wellington, Verdun
QC H4H 1M9, Canada
(514) 766-7305

Another “pandemic baby,” this southern Verdun outpost swung open its doors in early 2021 and has made a name for itself through its menu of hot dishes — including a breakfast burrito and a few shared plates. Pro tip: don’t miss out on the banana bread.

39. Station W (multiple locations)

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3852, rue Wellington, Verdun
QC H4G 1V2, Canada
(514) 508-9768
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The third wave may not have totally broken over Verdun yet (to the relief of some) but that doesn’t mean there’s no good coffee — Station W has caffeinated extractions from Kittel and Le Brûloir, and a skilled team of baristas. With a study-friendly Rosemont location in the Angus Shops, too.

40. Café Bloom

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1940 Rue Centre, Montréal
QC H3K 1J2, Canada
(514) 508-2313
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Head to this charming Pointe-Saint-Charles café for healthy lunch fare — think eggy breakfast sandwiches and freshly made baguettes — and coffee from local micro-roaster Kittel and Calgary’s Phil & Sebastian.

41. La Finca

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1067 Rue de Bleury, Montréal
QC H2Z 1N1, Canada
(514) 903-8911
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This airy downtown shop is boosted by a tidy menu of light meals from grilled cheeses to tartines, as well as one of the best secret terrasses in the city. It’s also expanded its offerings by curating a local marketplace in a space previously used as a meeting room.

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42. Café Sfouf

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1250 rue Ontario, Montreal
QC, Canada
(514) 507-8777
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Big and bright Sfouf extracts locally roasted brews from St-Henri alongside Middle Eastern-inspired snacks. You’ll want to stick around for a while, so bring your laptop or a book and settle in.

43. Café São

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2210 Ave. de Lorimier, Montréal
QC H2K 3X3, Canada
(514) 317-6457

This vegan café serves Huckleberry coffee from Colorado, while positioning itself as an accessible space for the residents of the Centre-Sud district.

44. Mollo

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2069 Rue Wellington, Montréal
QC H3K 1W7, Canada
(514) 543-6530

Located on a busy stretch of Wellington Street, this industrial-looking Pointe-Saint-Charles café-gelateria offers a wide selection of drinks, snacks, ice cream, and local merchandise. 

45. Crew Collective & Cafe

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360 Saint Jacques, Montreal
QC, Canada
(514) 887-2739
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Plenty come to Crew just for the spectacle — it's a stunning space in a historic, repurposed bank building. But with coffee from Saint-Henri Torrefacteurs, there's no shortage of worthwhile beverages to complement the view.

46. café léo

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1215 Rue Berri, Montréal
QC H2L 0H6, Canada
(514) 849-7724
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A specialty coffee shop with a flexible, multidisciplinary space that can respond to its clients’ needs, this Quartier Latin addition is already flooded with UQAM students eager for another place to study. A fun, outgoing staff slings coffee all day, 7 days a week.

47. La graine brûlée

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921 Rue Sainte-Catherine E, Montréal
QC H2L 2G2, Canada
(514) 903-8550
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Billing itself as fun, festive, and environmentally-conscious, it’s all love and good vibes at this café in the heart of the Gay Village. Offering plenty of takeout options, La Graine Brulée is a must-visit if you are in the neighbourhood.

48. Troisième Tasse

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1800 Rue Sainte-Catherine E, Montréal
QC H2K 2H3, Canada

Diagonally across from Papineau metro lies Troisième Tasse, an inviting, leafy space that offers great coffee to explorers of Village streets — or, the more adventurous, following a run or bike ride over the Jacques-Cartier bridge.

49. Hélico

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2009 Avenue de la Salle, Montréal
QC H1V 2K6, Canada
(514) 543-3543
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An extension of restaurant Hélicoptère, this café features an incredible selection of brunch fare, wines, and fresh pastries. Enjoy your treats inside, on the seasonal terrasse, or by the fountain facing Marché Maisonneuve, just a block away.

50. Élice

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3637 Rue Sainte-Catherine E, Montréal
QC H1W 2E6, Canada
(514) 522-6663
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This dog-friendly space in Hochelaga opened in the spring of 2021, and offers clients a range of coffee options, as well as a breakfast sandwich, some desserts, and bottles of natural wine to go.

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1. Victor Rose Espresso Bar

15C Avenue Cartier, Pointe-Claire, QC H9S 4R5, Canada

At this small, mother-daughter-run coffee shop tucked steps away from the waterfront in Pointe-Claire, expect to find an array of cold drinks, pastries, and chatty patron — oh yeah, and your dog is welcome, too.

15C Avenue Cartier, Pointe-Claire
QC H9S 4R5, Canada

2. Le Brûloir

318 Rue Fleury O, Montréal, QC H3L 1V3, Canada

Ahuntsic's very own micro-roaster perks up the Fleury strip with single origin and blended coffees. Part bistro, Le Brûloir also serves pastries, sandwiches, and light meals.

318 Rue Fleury O, Montréal
QC H3L 1V3, Canada

3. Saison des pluies

301 Rue Guizot E, Montréal, QC H2P 1M5, Canada

This 2020 addition to the northern end of Villeray brought fair-trade coffee from Celsius 94 to the neighbourhood, as well as an excellent list of sandwich options and cookies filled with Oreos, Fruit Loops, and other goodies.

301 Rue Guizot E, Montréal
QC H2P 1M5, Canada

4. Café Vito

151 Villeray, Montreal, QC H2R 1G4, Canada

Vito Azzue has coffee in his blood. His father and brother both have café backgrounds and Azzue himself was a fixture at Olimpico for 15 years. His namesake café in the previously underserved ‘hood of Villeray is the culmination of profuse hands-on experience. Beware the large sidewalk crowds on weekends.

151 Villeray, Montreal
QC H2R 1G4, Canada

5. Melk (multiple locations)

5612 Monkland Ave, Montreal, QC, Canada
latte in black mug Melk/Supplied

One of the few places with a decent cup of coffee in Monkland Village, Melk pulls its own organic roasts and features an array of homemade baked goods. There’s another location downtown, on Stanley.

5612 Monkland Ave, Montreal
QC, Canada

6. Café Larue & Fils (multiple locations)

244 de Castelnau Est, Montreal, QC H2R 1P5, Canada

Well-established brand Larue & Fils operates three shops, including on De Castelnau, Jarry East, and St-Zotique, and made a splash with an expansion into vegan ice cream in the summer of 2021.

244 de Castelnau Est, Montreal
QC H2R 1P5, Canada

7. Ferlucci

432 Rue de Castelnau E, Montréal, QC H2R 1R3, Canada

This eccentric little cafe – housed in what used to be a lower duplex apartment on de Castelnau – serves excellent, local Italian beans, as well as grilled cheese sandwiches, sugar-dusted cookies, and plenty more. The rack of VHS tapes above the cash adds a layer of nostalgia to the amicable environment.

432 Rue de Castelnau E, Montréal
QC H2R 1R3, Canada

8. Dispatch Coffee (multiple locations)

267 St-Zotique, Montreal, QC, Canada

Dispatch, which began as a mobile vendor, is a fearless player on Montreal’s coffee scene. The café in Mile-Ex doubles as a roastery, has additional locations on the McGill campus and a sleek location on the Main, and a national coffee delivery service.

267 St-Zotique, Montreal
QC, Canada

9. Café DAX

1461 Av. Van Horne, Outremont, QC H2V 1L3, Canada

As one of the few third-wave options in Outremont, Dax proudly serves coffee from Montreal and other North American roasters, as well as a wide variety of teas and baked goods.

1461 Av. Van Horne, Outremont
QC H2V 1L3, Canada

10. Caffè Italia

6840 Boul St-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2S 3C7, Canada

Perhaps the closest thing to a small espresso bar in Italy, this Saint-Laurent hotspot — open since 1956 — is as classic as they come. Its “get-in-and-get-out” vibe isn’t pretentious; it’s just the way it goes. Their panini are some of the best around (don’t forget to add hot peppers) and there are plenty of pastries that go nicely with your latte.

6840 Boul St-Laurent, Montréal
QC H2S 3C7, Canada

11. Caffè San Simeon

39 rue Dante, Montreal, QC H2S 1J6, Canada

A quintessential Little Italy coffee shop should be equal parts social club. Enter Caffè San Simeon, open since 1979.

39 rue Dante, Montreal
QC H2S 1J6, Canada

12. Café des Habitudes

1104 Rue Saint-Zotique E, Montréal, QC H2S 2H1, Canada

This new environmentally conscious, vegetarian café is minimalist in design, and dedicated to the concept of slow living. The coffee shop spans two large spaces, one side that offers spaces to relax, read, or climb into a cozy second-floor corner, while the other has a few tables, a bar, and a place for kids to play.

1104 Rue Saint-Zotique E, Montréal
QC H2S 2H1, Canada

13. Zab Café

6201 R. Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2S 2R8, Canada

Best known as one of the top microroasters in Montreal, Zab’s café-boutique on Saint-Denis is a great place to fuel up on caffeine or grab a bag of beans to go while riding the REV.

6201 R. Saint-Denis, Montréal
QC H2S 2R8, Canada

14. Paquebot (multiple locations)

2110 Bélanger, Montreal, QC H2G 1C2, Canada

Paquebot was the first coffee shop to serve nitro cold brew in Montreal. Since then, it took its wares to Old Montreal, not long after taking over Mile End’s Café Plume.

2110 Bélanger, Montreal
QC H2G 1C2, Canada

15. Café Olimpico (multiple locations)

124 rue Saint-Viateur Ouest, Montreal, QC H2T 2L1, Canada

Founded by the late Rocco Furfaro in 1970, this Italian coffee shop stays open da night — a clever branding move made when some of the original window decals stating “open day and night” peeled off. While its original location continues to operate as a landmark of the bustling Mile End scene, recent expansions include smaller shops in Old Montreal and downtown.

124 rue Saint-Viateur Ouest, Montreal
QC H2T 2L1, Canada

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16. Caffè in Gamba (multiple locations)

5263 ave. Du Parc, Montreal, QC H2V 4G9, Canada

Gamba sources quality beans from the likes of Café Saint-Henri, Intelligentsia, Detour, 49th Parallel, and Counter Culture. Their newest location on Saint-Viateur opened in late 2019.

5263 ave. Du Parc, Montreal
QC H2V 4G9, Canada

17. Café Falco

5605 ave. De Gaspé, Montreal, QC, Canada