Ouroboros, which opened in May 2023 on rue Saint-Joseph in Quebec City, offers market cuisine and living wines.
Located on de Lorimier Avenue, in the neighbourhood of the same name, Café Kujira is a nice little neighborhood café as we like them.
Babeurre is a charming neighbourhood diner and a counter of sweet and savoury delicacies on 3rd Avenue in Limoilou.
Supernat is a colourful café and wine bar in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve. On the menu: specialty coffee, natural wine and delicious sandos!
With its fun "cave à manger" concept, Passe-Montagne in Frelighsburg is one more reason to take a roadtrip in the Eastern Townships!
We fell head over heels for this tiny café in Sherbrooke's Vieux-Nord, which transforms itself into a cosy bar in the evenings.
Moccione Pizza has opened in the former space of Moccione on Villeray Street, and offers excellent pizza and fine bottles of wine for pick up or delivery!
Nita Tout Garni offers delicious sandwiches and excellent wine from private imports in the Mile End on Parc Avenue.
Located on Beaubien Street East, Soda Épicerie offers the best of local flavours. Fine food store, canteen, and counter—a paradise for epicureans.
BarBara is a beautiful new wine bar and dispense that opened on Notre-Dame Street West on January 26, 2020.
Located next door to September Surf Café, the Stem Bar offers a casual wine and local beer bar in Little Burgundy.
La Bête à Pain Laval has everything it takes to become Laval's go-to bakery: delicious breads, decadent pâtisseries, and a fine à la carte menu.
Conserva will be your new favourite local grocery store! This establishment offers a wide range of local products, fresh pasta, and delicious deli lunches.
Café Paquebot Mont-Royal is just a stone's throw from Jeanne Mance Park, at the foot of the mountain. This cafe is the second in a series of three eponymous establishments offering excellent coffee.
Monopole is a charming little establishment that offers a café and buvette concept to the people of Old Montreal near Griffintown.
Shaughnessy Café: this picturesque neighbourhood cafe is friendly and relaxed, and of course, serves great coffee. We love it!
La Bête à Pain Griffintown is one of those bakeries in town that fits our view of what bakeries should look like. So many delicious goodies! An address to discover in the Griffintown 'hood.
Opened in June 2016, Pascal le Boucher has become a favourite butcher shop in the neighbourhood of Villeray.
Butterblume's cuisine is refined without being sophisticated. The dishes are delicate and surprisingly subtle.
Now in Piedmont, the Merci la Vie bakery is undeniably one of the best in the province: good bread and delicious small dishes!
Café Paquebot Bélanger was the very first in the Paquebot family and the first café in Montreal to serve Nitro Cold Brew.
In the heart of the lively Cartier Avenue, Petits creux et Grands Crus is a Corsican restaurant where one comes to drink and eat well. The restaurant is one of a kind in Quebec thanks to its Corsican cuisine, not often seen in restaurants.
Le Lapin Pressé is a small and charming address on Laurier Avenue East where you can enjoy one of the best grilled cheese sandwiches in town!
Opened in 2005, Sencha is a charming restaurant that serves very good Vietnamese specialties in the heart of the Mile-End.
Olive and Gourmando: What was then just a small bakery counter is almost unrecognizable from the Olive and Gourmando we know today!
La Bête à Pain Ahuntsic is a bakery, café, counter, and restaurant, and is the first location of the Bête à Pain family.