Living in Montreal offers students a unique learning experience, as the city is filled with a multitude of cultural and artistic opportunities. Yet, many Montrealers find themselves at the same well-known franchises, succumbing to the saturation of chain restaurants and coffee shops. For those looking for alternative places to have[Read More…]
Though it is easy to spend downtime in the McGill bubble, it is always good for students to discover new places in Montreal. Sure, the classic study spots can be soothing, but it is good for the soul to move out of the comfort zone. Case in point: Café Éclair.[Read More…]
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A cafe that promotes community and minimalism in an outdoor space
It’s undeniable that tea’s popularity has risen over the past years. The leaf-infused beverage has an increasingly strong presence in cafes and shops on and around McGill’s campus, and with the popularity of more ‘natural’ and health-conscious foods and beverages increasing, this newfound popular preference for tea isn’t all that surprising. Tea is having its moment, and it’s time to take notice of the cozy drink.
With Montreal's abundance of cafés, it can be extremely difficult to pick one to go to in order to get some studying done. As it is always frustrating to get to a café only to discover it is not the kind of atmosphere in which you work best, The McGill[Read More…]
Tucked among a row of shops in Little Italy sits Candide Café. Candide Café was the realization of a long-time dream for owners Coralie and Mickael Rossi. The pair worked for five years in a Starbucks Café in France, with the plan to eventually open their own coffee shop. The[Read More…]