138 Avenue Atwater, Montréal, Québec, (514) 937-7754
Close to downtown and centrally located to other restaurants and this market is always bursting with activity.The most special part of this market is the fact that it’s right along the Lachine Canal bike path. It’s about a 30-40 minute bike ride from Lachine.
Jean Talon Market,
7070 Avenue Henri Julien, Montreal, (514) 277-1588
The most popular market on the island and the largest covering 2 city blocks. I love this market because of it’s vicinity to Little Italy. The smells, sights and sounds are popular and exciting. Great people watching.
1865, rue Notre-Dame/ corner 18th, (514) 937-7754
Is the smallest market of the bunch, however not to dissuade you. The area surrounding the market is equally as wonderful. A block from the water, you can take in a stroll and buy your veggies.
St Anne de Bellvue Market,
Boardwalk on Lakeshore in summer and 23 Perreault St, in Winter, (514) 457-7244
My most favourite of them all. A hippie vibe with live music on the waterfront. Organics meats and veggies, local artisans and homemade goods. Love the shopping on main street and the free coffee in winter.
4445, Ontario Est/corner David
About 20 farm stalls, and inside, a dozen vendors of meat, cheese, fresh vegetables, pastries and pastas in a beautiful beaux-arts building (1912–1914), surrounded by beautiful gardens.
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