Fans watch a tense quarter final game between Germany and France at Café Frappé in Montreal.
We bring back the Montreal Bucket List with Annie Shreeve’s visit to Montreal’s authentic Brittany pastry shop for a pastry that sells out before 9 a.m.
Shoebox sized and with Italian retro charm, Cafe 1880 serves strong coffee and authentic chai lattés at good prices.
Purchasing an Indie Coffee Passport is a seven month tour of city cafés with hot and some cold drinks. Starbucks beware.
Portugese épicerie features delicious food, warm decor, and tarts to write home about. Oh wait, you’re not in Portugal.
New Montreal chocolate store focuses on a bean to bar production method.
The nut-free pastries at Montreal’s two Cho’Cola Bakeshops are dreamy. Turns out that pastries are just the beginning.
Shäika Café gets the important things right — fresh food, good coffee, warm atmosphere, acoustic music, and art — without any pretense.
Tiny but tasty, Venezuelan pastry shop Cachitos makes great sandwiches, tiny pastries, and coffee drinks.
I came for the coffee and stayed for the borscht, beignets, latkes, and kvass.
Like its mythic headed namesake, Chimera in NDG has two heads as a fantastic cafe and a place to game in peace.
Café Station W combines a bright, clean atmosphere with tea served the way it was intended to be served.