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This market is well worth a visit off the beaten track. Its a 5min walk from Lionel Grouix metro stop.
There are heaps of fruit and veg stores. Plenty of places to eat and drink, especially a coffee / cake store by the name of...More
Stopped here during a Canadian vacation for some gift shopping, looking for things like chocolates and local nonperishable foodstuffs, like maple products and candies. We found all those things here and crossed off quite a few items from our shopping list.
There was a convenient...More
What a pleasant surprise! Beyond expectations, lots to choose from. Unfortunately it closed a little earlier than I expected so most of it was shutting down soon after I arrived.
Still got to try Pizza Mia which was out of this world, and all the...More
I went to both the Atwater and Jean Talon Markets while in Montreal.
I found this market had much more refrigerated and prepared foods. While the other market had plenty of produce, this place had tons of cheese, bread, meat, wines, specialty foods you can...More
Really interesting, broad range of excellent produce which clearly shows a multi cultural origin but a strong French influence. On our short visit to Montreal we have been twice but then we are staying 10 minutes walk away or so. It is very good, quite...More
This is a great way to spend an afternoon. Vendors are welcoming and produce selections are fresh and healthy. I was surprised to see fresh currants so late in the season, and strains of cherries I didn't even know existed. We picked up fresh baguettes,...More
Who could ask for anything more? Well, just looking around is a wonderful experience. The display of fruit and veg are gorgeous. I was able to try ground cherries for the first time - yum! And pastries. There's a Premiere Moisson there, which had lovely...More
Stopped here while biking the Lachine Canal for a picnic lunch.
Friendly vendors who love to showcase their products and have you sample them.
Bought our baguette, cheese, sausages, and fresh fruit for a lovely picnic.
Great for a few items or a gourmet dinner.
We are come from Toronto for a short visit, we're curiously looking through the market before heading back. It's end up bought a lot of strawberry and blueberry, few bunches of radishes and carrots, the quality is so good, so fresh. We wish had one...More
Once the core of industrialized Montreal, the factories and historic buildings of Le Sud-Ouest have been renovated into homes, museums, and small businesses. The rejuvenated landscape has put its Saint-Henri district in vogue, with cutting-edge galleries and an ever-expanding network of restaurants. Foodies can especially delight in the mom-and-pop shops in Little Burgundy, or at the
Atwater Market, where outdoor stalls sell fresh fruit, vegetables, and meat, street vendors have menus of hot fish and wine, and the indoor market offers chocolate, breads, and coffee beans. Dominated by the gentle waters of the Lachine Canal, Le Sud-Ouest is still very much an outdoor town, with a number of pedestrian-only bridges traversing the waters, bike paths along the canal with views of the Leisure Boats, and massive green spaces like Angrignon Park to stop for a picnic, or to play a sport.