• Eva B Bistro & Bar

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A vegetarian bistro/bar is one part of a concept store that also sells costumes, quality used clothing and holds events. The bistro serves mostly vegan options and they are clearly labeled with a heart. You can find soups, salads, sandwiches, desserts, samosas, (free) popcorn and beverages. You can trade in clothing for store credit which can be used toward purchasing food. Has a large outdoor terrace from Spring to Fall. A Montreal institution. Open Mon-Sat 11:00am-7:00pm. Closed Sun.

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8 Reviews

First Review by CDub


Points +142

03 Oct 2023

Banging biscuit

I love eva b's! It's a great thrift store and an equally good coffee shop!
I had an iced americano and a vegan biscuit which were reasonably priced. The Americano was good and the biscuit was soft and had a great chocolatey flavor.
I wish I had gotten more but drinking a coffee on their wonderful patio was so refreshing.

Pros: Amazing Americano, Loony location, Funky fits



Points +95

02 Jun 2023

Very unique place

Eva B is such a special place with an interesting atmosphere and a great vibe. Must visit when in Montreal! And maybe you find some cool new clothes while being there?!

The café offers different sandwiches (e.g. ciabatta, grilled cheese, bagels...) for only CA$6! I had the ciabatta sandwich and honestly: one of the best I ever had!!
The cookies ($1) are also very good (soft and still warm - mouthwatering!)

Pros: Vintage atmosphere/vibe , So cheap, DELICIOUS


Points +3488

01 Oct 2022


Thrift store with a kooky café. Vegan options are labeled with a 🤍. They didn't have that many today, but the grilled cheese I had was pretty good. Soup was delicious, I believe it was ginger squash. They also had 2 vegan cookies and banana bread.

It's cheap, but there's no table service (not that I expected it) and you have to clean/disinfect your own table. The patio is really nice. Why not go 100% vegan?


Points +605

23 Aug 2021


Besides the really cool shopping to be done here, I really enjoy the food. There are several vegan options, only each time I go they seem to be out of a few. The prices are reasonable.


Points +2808

08 Oct 2020

Funky place

This thrift shop is awesome. It has many floors and you can find some interesting clothes. Also, the decor is really funky and eclectic, it’s fun! They have a food counter serving sandwiches, salads and desserts for very good prices. During summer time, you can eat outside on their private patio. All vegan options are labeled. I had the chickpea wrap(5$), it was alright.

Pros: Interesting thrift shop, Vegan options labeled , Patio


Points +90

11 Dec 2019

Carrot cake

Très bon carrot cake !!


Points +322

05 Sep 2019

a must visit

Eva B is a special place. Unique, one of a kind, a Montreal gem. Whether a tourist or a local, it’s pretty much a must visit. The food is delicious, hearty, and decently priced. The interior is a psychedelic trip. The terrasse is a little urban oasis. Couldn’t be recommended enough.

I guess I have to mention a possible negative thing one could say about Eva B. Behind the incredibly rad, cool and hip appearance, is a possibly exploitative work environment. One of minimum wage and high workload, with only a few little, short breaks. (All this has been heard word of mouth, but includes previous employees of Eva B that I know). There are also employees that have been working there for years though.

Anyway. A wild place. If you haven’t been.. Go!


Points +158

20 Aug 2019

Groovy place to shop and eat

First experience at Eva’s was so interesting and yummy. We had three different sandwiches, as well as the vegan cookie and banana bread. All delicious and very reasonably priced. Also did some shopping in the massive vintage areas... so amazing. The coffee was also very good!

Pros: Lots of vegan options, Cool eating area that also has outside portion, Shop and eat in the same place!

Cons: Food takes a bit of time to come out, Menu has options but is not extensive, Walking to is best, not sure about parking nearby

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