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This is one of the grat food markets of the world where you can find all the basics and the extra's that would never be found in a grocery store. The bakery and pastry shop are excellent, there are multiple butcher shops with the finest...More
With so many vendors selling beautiful and appealing produce and fruits, there are a great number of places and selections to choose from. Vendors are very friendly and proud of their wares and the market also offers a number of small businesses offering food to...More
We loved heading to Atwater Market to grab some fresh Quebec berries, which are in abundance. Not only did we indulge on sweet berries, but picked up some authentic sugar pies inside, some salads from Le Kitchen, and incredible chicken satays and pork gado gado...More
Lovely little market to shop for fresh fruits, vegetables, and breads. Also a very nice place to grab a bite and relaxe after a long walk along Lachine canal.
It is much smaller than the Jean-Talon market, but you can still find what you want,...More
This is a nice market but in comparison to Granville Market in Vancouver it doesn't measure up. They offer samples of the fruits and vegetables and I did enjoy those and made a purchase based on the tasting.
Not as inexpensive as the Marché Jean Talon, but the quality and chic are both high. We always try and visit on our trips to Montreal. Always include a trip to Les Doucers du Marché where we find delicacies we can't get in Toronto.
So glad that I got to visit here on my trip to Montreal. My boyfriends cousin who has lived in Montreal for over 10 years insisted that we just had to see Atwater Market, especially since we love food. We all really enjoyed walking through...More
We have been to dozens of markets all over the world and have to say this one was no big thrill. There’s a huge pastry place at one end and some other vendors down one aisle in the middle but not much variety. A little...More
Once the core of industrialised 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.