Cafes worthy of a visit in Verdun

The reputation of the Montreal cafe now extends well beyond the neighbourhoods normally associated with them: Mile End, Plateau and Little Italy. A new area to explore is the southwest of the island, where more and more small cafes are making a name for themselves. Enjoy a latte, a long espresso, or a good cup of tea in one of the small cafes of Verdun and enjoy a moment just for you!

Station W

3852, rue Wellington, Verdun, QC H4G 1V2

Station W on Wellington Street offers coffees prepared with care, so that you will share the passion of Simon Defoy, its owner. Taste the house blend (Ethiopia, Kenya and Colombia), the Ébène blend (Ethiopia and Kenya), the Papua-New Guinea blend, or the Guatemala Déca blend. You can also enjoy their grilled cheese sandwiches, pastries, soups, salads and desserts. And let’s not forget breakfast: bagels, morning sandwiches, yogurt and granola, etc.

Café La Tazza

3922, rue Wellington, Verdun, QC H4G 1V3

Cafe, restaurant-dessert place and mini-grocery store – La Tazza is a bit of everything. Sip your coffee while you relax in the middle of the shop? Of course! You can also find many handicrafts in this small establishment located on Wellington Street. And allow yourself to be tempted by seasonal pies, the perfect complement to a good, hot cup of coffee.

Café Kali

5200, rue de Verdun, Verdun, QC H4H 1K1

"The new Mexican taste has arrived" is what this establishment on Verdun Street announces to us. Here you will enjoy a wide selection of coffees, teas, frappuccinos, and smoothies. And why not explore a Mexican coffee? Activities are occasionally offered for the entire family (magic shows, for example). The menu consists of traditional Mexican food: burritos, quesadillas, tacos and nachos await you.

Maison De Thé Cha Noir

4611, rue Wellington, Verdun, QC H4G 1X1

Not everyone starts the day with coffee, and if you’re among them, then a steaming cup of tea from Mellanie Thibeault’s shop may be just the thing. Here, you are taught how to love tea, and properly prepare it. Enjoy your cup with some of the appetizers or light meals on offer, and let yourself be tempted by a small chocolaTea!

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