Bon Vivant Coffee Shops

The coolest coffee shop in Old Montreal

 

Tommy window

As the days are getting colder, it is always nice to grab a cup of coffee on a chilly Sunday afternoon. Located in Notre Dame street where restaurants and coffee shops are popping up like trees from Saint-Henri all the way up to Old Montreal. We heard about this new coffee shop called Tommy which is really close to Notre-Dame Basilica.
Tommy offers the classics like croissants and sandwiches, but offers also mimosas and aperol spritz for the early bubbles fans.

The fact that the coffee shop is located in a and old historic building makes the experience really unique. The decor is straight out of an interior magazine, the high ceilings and big windows combining the meticoulous hip decor makes you want to stay and admire the beauty of the setting the entire day.
Our choices were lattes, sandwiches + soup this time and we were not disappointed at all. The coffee was really good, the sandwiches were tasty and fresh and the soup was amazing. We sat on the upper level, right in the middle, facing towards the main entrance so we had a nice view of the whole place and enjoyed the moment. I personally think that this part of the city really needed a place like this, where you could chill, grab a  coffeee, meet a friend or even study for your midterms in a beautiful environment. If you want to hit your books, make sure you study in the 2nd floor because it gets really noisy and crowded in the main floor.

If you live or pass by this area go check it out:

200 Notre Dame Ouest

Old Montreal

http://www.tommymontreal.com

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Brunch

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British Empire Building

Entrance

 

 

 

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