|Swoon over PistaThis spot has been my old time favorite for a while now and part of my Top Insta-friendly Indie coffee shops in Montreal. This barista on wheels spot is now serving a scrumptious and splendid brunch menu, and I couldn’t miss trying their Croissant dej, do I need to say more?What we had: A croissant dej, a warm croissant served with cheese, ham, eggs and bechamel sauce, along with a cappuccino and an espresso double.Tip: They serve a fantastic granola bowl and avocado toast, so grab all your friends and share your bites together!|
|Lunch like a real #bossChez Tousignant is truly the reinvention of a hip casse-croûte that will charm you with a funky tiled floor, the cutest diamond-shaped backsplash of their open kitchen, dreamy stainless steel stools diner seats and a branding I’m still admiring like a true dork, just because it’s too good. This brilliant snack bar is serving a classic menu, but all made to order and done it so right. If you’re still wondering what’s different about these guys, just do me a big favor and read about them here.What we had: Cheeseburger with extra bacon (yes, extra!), Fries and a classic hot dog. Check the menu here.Tip: Have a date here! they serve beers, ciders and milkshakes, I mean #score that first date y’all.|
|End of the crawl with a sweet touchServing comfort food, desserts, and coffee, Cafe Les Oubliettes stands out from the rest as a unique artsy spot where you can enjoy an art exposition and a great menu altogether. With a retro air and a cozy atmosphere, Les Oubliettes is a great option to have a quick dessert or simply daydream sitting in one of their fabulous vintage Eames chairs. What we had: An espresso (double), a chai latte and a pain perdu kind-of-muffin (major yum).Tip: Check frequently their Facebook page, they post special events and vernissages, so much fun!|
500 Rue Beaubien Est
Mon – Fri 7:30am -7pm / weekends 9am to 7pm
Prince range: $
Kids friendly: yes, absolutely. You’ll have a lot of room. Be ready, they don’t have changing tables in their bathrooms.Chez Tousignant
6956 Rue Drolet
Tue – Sun 11:30am – 11pm
Prince range: $
Kids friendly: yes! they have high chairs and changing tables, yay! Cafe Les Oubliettes
Mon – Fri 8am-6pm / Sat 9am-6pm – Sun 10am-4pm
Prince range: $
Kids friendly: This is THE place you need to bring your kids to, they have a corner with a cute table and chairs where they can play, draw and just be happy. You’ll adore it.
So fun! My days are way less interesting and tasty. Jealous!
Wow! all these places are so cute – I've never been to Rosemont but it looks like I need to make a trip to all these quaint stops!!Xo,TaylorStylishlytaylored.com
I've been trying to plan a trip to Montreal for this summer…everything looks so lovely and tasty!!
Ok – stop it! These 3 places look and sound Amazzzing!!! Can't wait to visit your hood mama.
I always love your recommendations and you are always making me hungry too! Can't wait to join you on a cafe crawl one day 🙂
Ok seriously these places look amazing. I'm hoping you've created a foodie crawl for us girl get ready!!!xodaniellemomwifefoodie.com
These places look amazing! Always look forward toyour reviews!
I want all the foooods! That croissant sandwich looks sinful! Such fun and creative photos in this post – love them 🙂 xo, Tiffany http://www.parsnipsandpastries.com
Hands down, you find the coolest places! All these spots look so trendy and rad!!Xo Dani