Best Coffee Shops to Work From in Montreal

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Coffee Shops to Work From in Montreal

Montreal is one of the best places to head for a vacation, but what if you have to head there for business? Or interrupt your vacation to do a little work? Working remotely in a new place can feel daunting, and you will probably worry about missing out on the city's best attractions. Don't worry about missing out, however, because you can head to these lovely coffee shops and have a great work experience and really good coffee.

When your work is done for the day, you can easily head out and visit all the impressive sights like Notre-Dame Basilica, the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Old Montreal, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, and Montreal's best shopping locations.

There are lots of different kinds of coffee shop locations in Montreal, from the typical bright urban space to more local and cozy coffee hangouts. You will even be able to find modern meeting rooms when you need them for meetups that need to be done in person with your team. If you work remotely, you know that the place where you sit down to do your job can greatly impact your productivity and the feeling you have about your entire day.

The first thing that you need to do when you get to Montreal is take care of your luggage. You don't want to have to deal with your bags while you are trying to work at these great coffee shops. You can leave your bags in secure storage in Montreal with us, and then you will be ready to work and have fun without stressing about your things.

Once your bags are securely stored, you will be ready to make the most of your time in these coffee shops, working and figuring out what this great city is all about!

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Coffee shops for work in Montreal

Best Coffee Shops to Work From in Montreal


This is one of the first coffee shop locations in the city to offer Nitro Cold Brew, and they continue to make really good coffee with a creative twist. There are many specials on the menu each day and hot drinks as well as cold drinks to enjoy during your time here working. Enjoy access to comfortable seating and free wifi, and make sure that you save room for some of the cafe's tasty sandwiches.

This is a great coffee shop choice for a mainstream coffee experience with the right work benefits that you have been looking for. Paquebot is easy to find with three locations in town, including Old Montreal, Mount-Royal, and Vieux-Rosemont


520 St Laurent Blvd, Montreal, plus others.

Café Aunja

This lovely Iranian cafe has an amazing ambiance and even better food and coffee. Café Aunja is one of the best places in the city to work solo, and you will love that the excellent coffee is backed up by even better food. You can spend all day working here with ease, and the lovely and attentive staff along with the relaxed surroundings will make your workday excellent in every way.

Try a tisane or a classic coffee from Iran here, or get some tasty Iranian cuisine and discover your new favorite meal. Café Aunja is one of the best places in the city to visit even if you are not working, and you will love everything about this location for your workday needs.


1448 Sherbrooke St W, Montreal

Work-friendly cafes in Montreal

Café Perko

This coffee shop is built around the needs of a co-working space, and you can get access to modern meeting rooms and sit down in the regular coffee shop space to work all day long. There is a lot of natural light in this building, and you will find that the free wifi is excellent, and plug-ins are all over. The food offerings include really good bagels and soups, and they also give you access to the best coffee an espresso machine can make.

This is a wonderful collective co-working space, but it can get kind of busy during the middle of the week, so make sure to arrive early. This is especially true if you have a large group with you, but you could also choose to book a conference room to solve this need.


753 Rue Villeray, Montréal

Crew Collective

Another excellent location for co-working, this spot offers three large private offices and other conference spaces if you need them for your business day. The Crew Collective location also hosts lots of special events, and the historical setting and beautiful property are really fun to visit. This is a really relaxing place to head to get some serious work done in peace. You can count on lots of plug-ins and comfortable seating around the cafe. This spot was the former Royal Bank of Canada, and the three large private offices that can be used for co-working were originally the top bank staff's private offices.

This is one of the most unique places in the city to work, and heading to Crew Collective will offer you a memorable as well as very effective workspace for your time in the city. Make sure that you consider renting one of the Crew Collective co-working space options if you want to have a private day of work as well.


360 Rue Saint-Jacques, Montreal

Coffee shops to work in in Montreal

Station W Café - Angus

This is a go-to workspace for students and remote workers alike, and you can count on lots of seating at long tables here and great vibes. The coffee here is backed up by soothing music, relaxed surroundings, and excellent food. You can get vegan options and gluten-free food here, and you will love that you can easily find enough space for your workday. There are many employees of other local companies who will be working alongside you, so you will find that the atmosphere is perfect for serious, focused work.

The baked goods are also excellent here, and the cafe location will offer you the chance to make the most of your workday in a great location.


124-2600 Rue William-Tremblay, Montreal

Café Ferlucci

This is a boutique location that offers classic Italian fare and Italian espresso. One of the local favorites is the Nutellatte, and there are many delicious teas and other craft drinks on the menu. The inside seating is limited, but the expansive terrace is a great place to sit at long tables and finish your work. The atmosphere here is really peaceful, and the natural light is pleasant and calming.

This is a place that many people head to for a quick snack, so you will probably not have to share your workspace with too many other people for long. You'll feel that you get your money's worth here, and it's easy to spend an entire day working away on your laptop.


432 Rue de Castelnau E, Montreal

Communal tables at Montreal coffee shops

Café 8 Oz

If you love healthy eating like buddha bowls and yogurt parfaits, you will love the menu here. Their coffee comes from Maine and it is the primary foundation that is used for all of their craft coffee drinks. You can also get lemonade and kombucha if you are not in the mood for coffee. This is a quiet location, but it is not very big, so you might need to head to this cafe early if you want to get a seat.


5851 Rue St-Hubert, Montreal

Les Oubliettes

Another boutique cafe, this is a great spot for tapas and small plates as well as excellent coffee. You will not regret sitting down here to eat at one of the small tables since you will get to enjoy some of the best food in the city while you work. You will be right in the heart of the older part of the city, and you will love the exposed brick and the antique designs of many of the buildings around you.

Head here to work on a Sunday, and the delicious Sunday brunch will definitely take the sting out of working on the weekend!


6201 Rue de Saint-Vallier, Montreal

Café Saint-Henri

This is the largest space that this chain offers in Montreal, and this converted industrial building makes for a great workspace. You will love the delicious and extensive coffee menu, and the seating here is spacious and easily accessible. There are many great food items on the menu here as well, so you will not have to head out to another location just to get a meal while you work.

Many people come here to work each day, so you will not be bothered excessively by the staff as you take care of your daily work tasks.


7335 Rue Mile End, Montreal

Comfortable coffee shops in Montreal

Le Cagibi

When this coffee shop had to move out of Mile End, they recovered gracefully by landing right in the heart of Little Italy. This is one of the city's coolest parts, and you probably have had this district on your radar since you learned that you were coming to Montreal. Make sure to consider this just the first stop in your day enjoying Old Montreal. You will want to start your day working here in this coffee shop and then make your way out to enjoy some authentic Italian food and delicious wine when your workday is over.

This location also offers some great beers on tap and really good food that you can enjoy later in the day when you have gotten past the coffee hour.


6596 St Laurent Blvd, Montreal

Le Falco

This cute little boutique coffee shop offers long tables that you can share with other people working solo, and you will love the Japanese fare on the menu here. There is also a long list of really good coffees here to try and teas that you cannot get in other parts of the world. The atmosphere is serene and calm, and you will love the quiet and competent service that is offered by the staff.

This is a bit of a spendy location when compared to some of the others in this guide because this spot is right in the heart of one of the swankiest parts of the city. Still, the vibe and the lovely working space make this a great choice for at least one of your workdays. There's no reason not to splurge a little during your time in this beautiful city.


5605 Av. de Gaspé, Montreal

Working coffee shops in Montreal


Working solo or in a group in Montreal is really easy. You can head to any of these coffee shops and have a great working experience covering your bases. From good coffee to excellent food, you have your pick of effective and pleasant work spaces here that will also keep you fueled up to complete all your tasks. The good news is that there's no need to sit in your hotel room and stare at the walls while you work. You can soak up Montreal's culture while getting your work done each day.

There is no wrong choice on this list, and you might want to visit a different coffee shop each day to find your favorite. Some perks are offered at each of these places, and mixing it up will allow you to see more of the city as you go to and from these spots and as you let loose once the workday is done. Don't let the fact that you have to work in Montreal get you down; these coffee shops will help you get everything done with a little enjoyment thrown in.

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