When you’re on the clock you just don’t have time to sit down and have a meal. These local-approved eats are quick, easy, and designed to-go. Plus, they’re all walking-distance from a Breather.


Pizza No. 900

Only steps from our space at 1280 Bernard, this Outremont staple specializes in Neapolitan-style pizza. It’s the perfect pizza place: they offer personal sizes and have a beautiful terrace in the summertime. Thankfully for us, they also have a take-out window. (Pro-tip: call in to order if you’re in a pinch.)

Kitsuné Espresso Bar

During a work session, a 15-minute coffee-break goes a long way — Kitsuné’s got you covered. Featuring coffee from Detour and Montreal’s own Union Coffee, there’s a little fuel for everyone. Plus, it’s about one minute from our space at 3575 St. Laurent.

Mandy’s Salad Bar

If you’re downtown and craving something green, Mandy’s is a must. Close to our 3418 Stanley and 1396 St. Catherine Ouest locations, this bar offers some of the best salads we’ve ever had—and the only salads we’ve ever eaten out of 1L tubs.

Tommy Café

If you find yourself in Old Port with a sweet-tooth to satisfy, Tommy Café is the spot to make that happen. Located in the historic British Empire Building (a four minute walk from our 353 St-Nicolas space), Tommy stocks some pretty great baked goods. You really need to try their cronut

Pandan Creamery

This creamery is the only one in Montreal that serves up Thai-style ice-cream. Don’t worry, we had to Google it too — cream is poured on a steel grill, chilled to around -35 °C, and rolled by hand. This place is so close to our 705 Laportespace in St. Henri, you can practically taste it.

Bagel St. Henri

If we didn’t put bagels on this list we would be doing you a disservice. A few steps from our 900 Lacasse location lies Bagel St. Henri, a classic spot for a fresh bagel to-go. If you’re particularly hungry, we recommend one of their breakfast sandwiches—just make sure to show up with an empty stomach.


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