Larry’s in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
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Cafellini in Montreal, Quebec.
A new coffee bar from Cafe Neve inside Frank & Oak in Montreal.
Sometimes, it takes a bit of faith to enter an establishment you’ve heard about but, from appearances, just doesn’t seem to be the right place. A few months back, this was me, as I stood in front of a building on Sainte-Catherine West, a few months ago, looking for newly opened La Formule Espresso. There was […]
The ever-expanding Montreal coffee scene took another big leap this week with the opening of Myriade Club Monaco, the third café from renowned owner Anthony Benda. After the original Myriade near Concordia University, and Myriade Mile End in the city’s “hippest” neighborhood, this new café is located right downtown on the busiest section of the busiest commercial street […]
Dispatch Coffee’s name sums up its operation mode for the last two years –getting coffee to the people, rather than the usual opposite. Founder Chrissy Durcak first started delivering cold brew in mason jars before acquiring the truck that made her a staple of Montreal’s coffee and food truck scenes. This weekend, Dispatch is opening a […]
Those who know coffee in Montreal—and maybe Brooklyn—have had the Dispatch Coffee truck on their radar for the last couple of years. Founding barista Chrissy Durcak has led the Dispatchmobile, serving quality espresso and treats through Montreal, tapping noted roasters like Phil and Sebastian of Calgary and Brooklyn mini-roaster Parlor Coffee. The road’s been fun, but […]
We went to Joe Beef in Montreal. The coffee? Didn’t suck.
Code Black Coffee Roasters, the most recent project of Australian coffee maven Joseph Haddad, has established itself in a little more than a year as a strong contender in coffee-crowded Melbourne. Although Haddad hasn’t yet expanded Code Black into a chain of cafés–as he did with Cafenatics, a venture that now has twelve outposts–one of his […]
10 Cafes. 10 Coffees. 12 Dollars. We call this a real steal of deal, and it’s getting a lot of people buzzing.
It’s easy to consider Montreal’s Mile End as the center of an important ‘indie’ movement, but the neighbourhood is much more than that. The arrival of video game giant Ubisoft in 1997 in an old garment warehouse sparked a remarkable shift in the area. Today, a young and hip crowd cohabits with an important Hassidic […]
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