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WELCOME TO THE GAYBORHOOD From my very first trip five years ago to my most recent visit in November, I have consistently stayed in The Mile End.
Café Venosa () is a vegan coffee spot with friendly cats that strut around like they own the place, because, truthfully, they totally do.
At Café Venosa, you can adopt a kitten while playing board games or reading one of their in-house books.
Listen, Paris: You make a good croissant, but Montreal has the best croissants in the game.
Patisserie Kouign Amann () emanates the smell of the buttery, sugary, crispiness on the outside and is soft and delectable on the inside like the pastries they produce.