A pastry shop in Montreal is giving out free treats, but there’s a catch
A pastry shop in Montreal is making trekking in the snow a little sweeter — but with a catch.
CRémy Pâtisserie is giving out a free donut to those who show up in skis or snow shoes.
According to the shop, a couple of dozen people have braved the more than 40 centimetres of snow on the ground to claim their free treat.
“Storms are always seen in a negative light and we said, ‘we’ll change that’,” explained Alexandra Pesant-Tremblay who works at the shop.
Pesant-Tremblay says the owner, Rémy Couture, came up with the idea. “He wanted to put joy in people’s hearts, to have fun and sweeten people’s day.”
Watch below: Snow Day Conditions
Some of the donut treats include bourbon-bacon, cheesecake and Boston creme flavors. “They’re the size of three Tim Horton’s donuts!” Pesant-Tremblay exclaimed proudly.
The shop is located at 2202 avenue Mont-Royal Est. It closes at 6:00 p.m.
© 2019 Global News, a division of Corus Entertainment Inc.