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When you travel, coffee is a staple part of life on the road. I love finding local cafes to call home for a morning cappuccino, an afternoon latte, or even somewhere to camp out for a few hours while reading books and getting work done. Hailing from San Francisco, I am no stranger to the “coffee scene.” Picturesque coffee houses, artisanal lattes, and well appointed spaces is what I look for when seeking out my daily caffeine fix.

Arriving in Montréal, I had already scoped out a few of the coffee shops I knew I was going to have to try. I looked high and low, the ones I could find locals at, and ones that were no stranger to a good cup of coffee. Montréal was rich in the coffee culture. It’s coffee identity reminded me of San Francisco. The baristas were friendly, I got to pick their brains on their favorite spots to hang out in their neighborhood and I loved getting to know their coffee shops.

So next time you go to Montréal, here are 5 coffee shops not to miss.

1. Kitsuné Coffee Bar
19 Rue Prince Arthur O, Montréal, QC H2X 1S4, Canada

2. Café Saint-Henri
3632 Rue Notre-Dame O, Montréal, QC H4C 1P6, Canada

3. Flyjin Café
Suite 102, 417 Rue Saint Pierre, Montréal, QC H2Y 2M4, Canada

4. Tommy
200 Rue Notre-Dame O, Montréal, QC H2Y 1T3, Canada

5. Olive et Gourmando
351 Rue Saint Paul O, Montréal, QC H2Y 2A7, Canada

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6 Comments

  1. The more and more I research on where to travel next. The more and more I realize that I want to go to Montreal and eat & drink EVERYTHING!

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