OFF ISLAND | BEST STUDY SPOTS
Updated: Apr 12
Homestretch is here for essays, presentations and those dreadful group projects… march break is just around the corner. Enjoy a nice coffee while you do it, in some of these lovely corner coffee shops.
SIMPLICITY IS THE ULTIMATE SOPHISTICATION IN MIKKO ESPRESSO & BOUTIQUE
If you’re having trouble focusing at home, take a stroll down Main street and walk into Mikko. It’s interior design is simple, yet satisfying to calm you down during stressful midterms.
WHERE: 403 Rue Main, Hudson, QC
WHEN: Monday through Friday 7:30am – 5pm
Saturday & Sunday 8am-5pm
STAY WARM IN COZY CAFÉ
Hudson is filled to the brim with quaint little gems, right in the heart of it is Cozy Café. It recently expanded and is now the perfect size if you were to organize a group study session.
WHERE: 484 Rue Main, Hudson, QC
WHEN: Monday 11am-3pm
Wednesday through Saturday 11am – 9:45 pm
Sunday 9am- 3pm
COFFEE FOR HOURS AT CAFEXO BOUTIQUE
In Vaudreuil, this café is plentiful in their coffee and menu options. With an outdoor terrace in the summertime, you can soak up the sun whilst you study. Indoors, there’s a cozy and casual atmosphere than will have you finish your homework in no time.
WHERE: 358 Avenue Saint-Charles, Vaudreuil-Dorion, QC
WHEN: All week 7:30am – 9:30pm
GET YOUR READING DONE AT ANIS ET MARJOLAINE
In the heart of Saint-Lazare, this café has an abundance of food and drinks if you want to dine while you study. The people here are warm and friendly, and it’s like you’re stepping into a little European café. Surely a charming place that everyone should go to, regardless if it’s to study or not.
WHERE: 2027 Chemin Ste Angelique, Saint-Lazare, QC
WHEN: Tuesdays and Wednesdays – CLOSED
Every other day – 10am – 9pm
Ditch Starbucks and Tim Hortons! For a change take a look into these local cafes run by members of your community! Good luck to all the students studying before March break!