Lovely market, people are friendly and it's a safe environment. Indoor and outdoor shops with little specialty restaurants.
About Atwater Market
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This market was amazing.....so sorry we were staying in a hotel and had no way to cook or keep the food fresh! The stalls were full of beautiful fruits and vegetables in an outdoor setting. The flowers were also plentiful and gorgeous. Inside there were...More
Popular with locals and tourists alike. The quality is the reason why. All local Quebec produce. Well displayed and reasonably priced. Then take a stroll to the canal and consume the goodies.
Such a pleasant experience. The booths are beautifully and colourfully arranged. The merchants are friendly and bilingual. There is plenty of choice, and one has ample chance to browse. You can shop, grab a bite or sit along the river. We were there for the...More
Had to revisit Atwater Market when in Montreal again.. A great atmosphere and so colourful with amazing displays of fresh vegetables, fruit and flowers on the ground floor and meats and cheeses on the second floor. An opportunity to try new foods too as they...More
This is the perfect market to visit when visiting Montreal. Great food and great atmosphere. The river is within walking distance from the market and they have a great foot path next to it. I would recommend for anyone and all ages to visit!
We picked a great sunny day to make the day trip to Montreal. Visiting Atwater Market was the highlight of the trip. Lots of fresh produce as well as cooked food choices. It was my first visit there and I was really impressed. Would love...More
The vendors were all so friendly and overjoyed to share their product with you! I have never since such beautiful vibrant and fresh vegetable and fruits, it was also a feast for the eyes. We grab some beautiful meats and cheese and got such great...More
The Atwater Market was a five minute walk from Lionel Groulx subway station. We were told you could find anything there but we were interested in the food. There were tons of choices of cheese, meats, preserves, sausages, and a host of restaurants that you...More