Little different from our "Little Italy/North End" in Boston. Lucky if it's 2 city blocks And, don't look for an Italian bakery or Cannoli..there aren't any.
This was city neighborhoods. Several nice restaurants but nothing fabulous. The Jean Talone market was the only thing worthwhile. Incredible vegetables and great prices. Wish we could have bought some back with us.
Should not be listed in the attractions list. Nothing really important to see. Only shops and restaurant. After all it depends of what you are expecting to see.
THre are a few highlights of little italy, Of course you are only blocks from the jean Talon market and that is wonderful but MIlanos grocery is one of my go to places. great food and every level of balsamic vinagre and olive oil you could possibly wish. THere are many great little italian coffee places on this street and... More
To not miss, espresso in the Faema store, shopping for groceries at Milano and of course Jean Talon market.
While the Jean-Talon market area is fast being developed for wannabee gourmets, there are still some hidden gems to be savoured. The best place to eat traditional and home-made fare is La Motta Bakery. You can both purchased food prepared and sit at their modest tables and chairs. Another good value is over on Mozart Street called the Three Maria's.... More
Little Italy is OK, but nothing special. There are two things worth seeing in Little Italy, which is the two markets called Marche Des Safeurs du Quebec and Marché Jean-Talon. Marche Des Safeurs is the local Quebec market where you can find local specialities like Maple Syrup and Icewine. In the Marché Jean-Talon you will find lots of fresh fruit... More
A great place to go north of Beaubien street on St-Laurent blvd up until Jean-Talon street. You will see some nice Italian cafe shops and some nice Italian restaurants. While you are going up, you will see side streets like Dante street, go est about one or two blocks and you will see some great Italian restaurants with Italian home... More
We went to Little Italy with expectations that it was a close neighborhood similar to Boston's North End. The neighborhood was spread out without clear borders. Unfortunately, we were disappointed. For starters, it was way off the beaten path from where we stayed in Old Town. There wasn't a while lot going on for a July afternoon. The restaurant we... More
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