Check in to these instagrammable cafés in Montreal. Here’s our top spots for your caffeine fix.

Montreal’s streets are brewing with instagrammable cafés. These chic coffee houses are a must-see if you live for caffeine like me. Warm up with a cup of coffee from Montreal’s steaming baristas while snapping photos of their interior design.

Bar Darling

Contrary to the name, Bar Darling has a relaxed seating area just for coffee lovers to sip from their cups. Visit for its ‘strangely mystical decor’ and ‘great coffee’.

Bar Darling - raining outside. Hanging plant pots sitting on shelves in the windows. Cosy.

Café Parvis

A hot spot – Café Parvis has a worn-in, understated vibe. The place is available for hire – perfect for staff who need espressos to get through a meeting.

Instagrammable cafés: Photo of Café Parvis: green paint flakes off a wall, wood tables and chairs, plants hanging above the window
Trifling Things

Tommy Café

In the heart of the Old Port, Tommy Café is a favourite. With its intricate interior and elegant vibe, people flock here with their books and Macbooks.

Tommy café: fake green leafs hang from an unused ceiling fan, wainscoting lines the windows and walls, wonder steps separate the different work spaces

Café Myriade

A hub for students, this cool café prides itself on sourcing from Canadian suppliers. They have 3 locations  – so you’re likely to bump into them and find a seat!

Interior of Café Myraide - wood and granite islands, glass pastry display, padded, leather booths and bubble spot lights
Café Myraide


For the minimalist – this refreshingly simple cafe is a great spot to unwind. They also have a truck in the summertime for an on-the-go caffeine shot.

Minimalist instagrammable café - white bar sits in the middle of the space. Not much seating - benches in the windows.

Café Falco

Do your creative juices get flowing when you see industrial decor? Check out Café Falco. Sip Japanese coffee while you take in the exposed piping and fight over who gets to sit in the hammock.

Photo of the interior of Café Falco - exposed piping, a hammock seat, European radiator and exposed, grey brick

The Standard

Aside from it’s to-the-point name, the café is far from ordinary. With its herringbone floors, gold pipes and moody colour palette – don’t be camera-shy!

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