Coffee shops

Caron & Frères Knowlton

Visit Café Caron & Frères Knowlton to explore two coffee enthusiasts who have successfully integrated their expertise into Knowlton

Commodore Café: grand café in downtown Montreal

Given the grand luxury of the recently opened Honeyrose Hotel's exterior, one might have feared a pretentious atmosphere here; however, that is far from the case, as both the quality of the products offered by the café and the finesse of the service make this address a delightful reference.

SoLit: Coffee under the orange trees

When you set foot in SoLit, located on Mansfield Street in downtown Montreal, you are dazzled by an oasis of oranges and light. There, they serve coffees, pastries and lunches to enjoy on site or to take away.

Café Vasco da Gama: Good sandwiches in downtown Montreal

Café Vasco da Gama is a nice place to stop in for a sandwich if you are in the heart of downtown Montreal. Located not far from its big brother Café Ferreira, if you are on the go and looking for a fast meal, this is the place for you.

Chez José: A small & friendly address on Duluth

In the heart of Duluth Street, Chez José is a neighbourhood address par excellence. Over the years, this 25-year-old establishment has forged an identity that is both unique and shaped by the neighbourhood life that surrounds it.

Café Olimpico: Montreal’s landmark café in Mile-End

Café Olimpico first opened in 1970, nearly 50 years ago! Nowadays, this café on St-Viateur must be known by pretty well everyone but it is much more than just a place serving coffee. Olimpico is steeped in history and for many reasons, which is why we want to tell you the backstory.

Greenspot: St Henri’s Cool Retro Snack bar

Seventy-one years in the business! What a milestone for Restaurant Greenspot, which opened in 1947 – a ‘spot’ in the St-Henri area, serving good snacks in a great retro atmosphere. Even the CBC did a report on Greenspot’s 70th anniversary!

Barley: First Cereal Bar in Montreal

Barley is a unique cafe concept brought to Montreal, that focuses on cereal and healthy acai bowls. The cafe also doubles as a marketing agency called EAT.