Ever wondered where you could "accidentally" spot a Montreal Canadiens player in the city? Well, MTL Blog has got you covered!\nFrom brunch spots to night clubs, these men are all over Montreal.\nRead below to find out the 10 places Habs players frequent most.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nHockey is like a religion in Montreal. As the oldest and winningest team in the NHL, Montreal Canadiens players are revered in the city they call home and often become well-respected local celebrities.\nDespite their esteemed status in Montreal, Habs players are just like us in that many of them like to go out on the town, enjoying everything this city has to offer. On a day off, it's likely you might see one or two players enjoying brunch at a local establishment or run into a player and his family during a shopping spree. Wherever they're spotted, fans (politely) flock to them to request a selfie or to thank them for an excellent season.\nIf you really love the Habs, you might feel a little short of breath approaching your favourite player in the café line but as long as you're nice and respectful, it's likely the player won't mind your words of encouragement!\nHere are 10 spots in Montreal where you might spot a Habs player! We've sourced our information from personal experiences, social media posts, and word-of-mouth.\nKampai Garden\nView this post on Instagram Young & hungry 👫🌮🍣🍛. #dinner #čískydort #neboli #šisaké #foodcoma A post shared by Tomas Tatar (trto90) (@tomastatar90) on Nov 28, 2018 at 6:03pm PST\nWhere: 1616 Saint-Catherine O.\nHere, you can see Habs winger Tomáš Tatar and his wife enjoying a night out at Kampai Garden! While you might not spot any Habs partying it up during the season, you're sure to see a few out on the town during the off-season!\nQueue De Cheval\nView this post on Instagram Dinner with my friends . 🥩@peterneve75 Tvoj foťák opäť sklamal . Peter nastal čas 😂🤷♂️. #montreal #napchavana #friendssupportfriends A post shared by Tomas Tatar (trto90) (@tomastatar90) on Nov 4, 2018 at 9:41am PST\nWhere: 1181 Rue de la Montagne\nTomáš Tatar certainly gets around, doesn't he? Here he is with friends at Montreal's famous Queue de Cheval steakhouse. Former and current players and even Habs administration have been spotted at this steakhouse.\nArthur's Nosh Bar\nView this post on Instagram It’s Friday !!!!! Almost time for brunch . New sweatshirts and long sleeves coming today @theletterbetpress @shahandsons @brunettethelabel @fitfabster #gear #newdrop #comingsoon #montreal #local 📸 @karolinajez A post shared by Arthurs (@arthursmtl) on Feb 15, 2019 at 8:35am PST\nWhere: 4621 Notre-Dame O.\nA popular brunch spot for both regular folks and celebrities alike, Arthur's Nosh Bar is one of the go-to spots for players and their families to get brunch on a day off.\nNotre-Boeuf-de-Grace\nView this post on Instagram Depuis son arrivée avec le Tricolore en 2018, Nate Thompson n’est pas seulement aimé par ses coéquipiers, mais aussi par les partisans. @nthompson44 Il est notre "Local Hero" pour le mois de novembre et son hamburger est absolument délicieux! Nous ferons un don de 1 $ pour chaque burger vendu à la Fondation Movember! Et il faut dire... sa moustache est aussi sexy que son burger 😉 "The Alaskan Assassin": 6 onces de viande fraîchement hâchée, aïoli aux tomates séchées et basilique, prosciutto croustillant, onions caramélisés, tomate, mozzarella di bufala, roquette et une réduction de balsamique ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Since coming over to the Habs in 2018, Nate Thompson has been loved by not only his teammates but also the fans. @nthompson44 He is our November local hero and his burger is absolutely delicious!! 1$ of every burger sold will be donated to the Movember foundation. Oh, and we must say... his moustache is just as sexy as his burger 😉 "The Alaskan Assassin". 6oz Freshly ground beef, basil sundried tomato aioli, crispy prosciutto, caramelized onions, tomato, buffalo mozzarella, arugula and balsamic reduction. A post shared by Notre-Boeuf-de-Grâce (@notreboeufdegrace) on Nov 5, 2019 at 11:17am PST\nWhere: Various locations around Montreal\nMany have spotted players like Victor Mete enjoying a burger at Notre-Boeuf. Again, you might not see a player there during the season considering most have a strict diet, but that doesn't seem to apply to Nate Thompson, who's promoting an all-new burger!\nSantos\nView this post on Instagram Tapas, sangria and good company,the perfect recipe for a mid-week gathering. #PuraVida . . . . . . #montreal#santosmontreal #mtl#SantosMontreal #oldmontreal#montreallife#vieuxportdemontreal#downtownmtl #montrealclubs#livemontreal #tapas #friends#nightout #nightfun#montralatnight #mtlnight#mtlmoments #mtlnightlife #mtllife#night #mtlblog #mtlbloggers#montrealnightlife#montrealjetaime#montrealmoments A post shared by Santos (@santosmontreal) on Oct 9, 2019 at 6:40am PDT\nWhere: 191 Saint-Paul O.\nPeople have spotted Habs players at Santos for the past few years, especially the younger ones. Santos is a great spot to enjoy a delicious dinner and to let your hair down when it gets late.\nHolt Renfrew/Ogilvy\nView this post on Instagram What a night! Thank you to every single person who showed up in support of @lechildren and @pksubbanfoundation last night! A special shoutout to @holtrenfrewogilvy @nadiasaputo @marlaoringer @edenpolansky @annaconcierge for putting together such an extraordinary event 👊🏿 #PKSFWeekMTL 💥 A post shared by P.K. Subban (@subbanator) on Aug 23, 2019 at 3:15am PDT\nWhere: 1307 Saint-Catherine O. / 1300 Sherbrooke O.\nMany current and former Habs players, spouses, coaches, hell, everyone has been spotted at Montreal's go-to luxe retail destination: Holt Renfrew. At any time of the year, you can spot many a Habs player, like P.K. Subban here, shopping for themselves or their wives/girlfriends.\nSartorialto\nView this post on Instagram #tbt Opening night #108 for @canadiensmtl and our friend @cp0031 tonight, let’s support our team and embrace their journey! #habsbeliever #gohabsgo A post shared by SARTORIALTO™ (@sartorialto) on Oct 11, 2018 at 7:43am PDT\nWhere: 5025 Ave Papineau\nThough you might have to book a tailoring appointment, it's a right of passage for many Habs players young and old to go to Sartorialto and get a custom suit. Sartorialto has outfitted everyone from hockey players, like our man Carey Price here, to Oscar nominees.\nMount Royal Observatory\nView this post on Instagram The reward you get for hiking Mont Royal. Great view, love my city @lizannouellet #montreal #montroyal A post shared by Xavier Ouellet (@the_xman16) on Aug 15, 2019 at 11:39am PDT\nWhere: Hike uphill and you'll figure it out\nWhatever the season, you might be able to spot a Habs player or two enjoying the view on Mount Royal. For new Habs players, this is like stop #1 on their city tour.\nWalking Around The Old Port\nView this post on Instagram #Tuanoi A post shared by jesperi kotkaniemi (@jesperikotkaniemi) on Oct 21, 2019 at 8:59pm PDT\nWhere: You know\nStop #2 on any new Habs player's Montreal tour is the Old Port. If you can spot them in the crowd, you're sure to find a few of our boys hanging out around the Old Port, like Jesperi Kotkaniemi here.\nCanadiens Practice Facility In Brossard\nView this post on Instagram #WorkoutWednesday 🏋🏻♂️ A post shared by Canadiens de Montréal (@canadiensmtl) on Sep 25, 2019 at 6:36am PDT\nWhere: 8000 Boul. Leduc #104\nIf there's one guaranteed spot to find a Habs player on this list, it's the team's Brossard practice facility. While you shouldn't be bothering the players when they're focused on practice, the team invites fans to come to watch the practice unfold. Afterwards, you might manage to get a selfie or an autograph.\nGo Habs Go!