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.
Montreal Pride ( Montreal claims to have the most restaurants per capita in Canada, and doesn’t fall far behind New York City.
But when I stumbled upon the small warehouse bar with a rainbow flag on the wall, I felt I had discovered a local gem, complete with a genderqueer bartender.
Looking to smash some patriarchy and have a little fun?
Check out the Slut Island Festival (), an annual queer and feminist DIY music fest started by DJ Frankie Teardrop and Ethel Eugene.
Où sont les femmes switches up their venues, so follow them on Facebook () to find them when you’re in town.
Blink and you’ll miss Alexandraplatz (6731 de l’Esplanade, alexandraplatzbar.com), a bar opened by Bernadette Houde, former member of Lesbians on Ecstasy.
A stay at the gay-owned Bed and Breakfast du Village () also run a monthly lesbian dance night in Montreal, Où sont les femmes.