Saw a lot there I don't usually see in my local markets. Very colorful fresh place. Tasted some excellent just shucked oysters. There also is an excellent fromagerie across the street.
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I'm a sucker for markets, and had already thoroughly enjoyed Marche Atwater during our trip, but I was so glad we stopped here on our way out of town! Stalls with prepared foods, cheeses, produce, fresh flowers extend as far as the eye can see.
Amazing variety of produce available- local vendors too. Natural products available, fresh pressed cider (yum!) A macaron vendor with great choices- try the carrot cake or the poppy- delicious. We also found a vendor with delicious smoked salmon and found a goat cheese in the...More
This place is huge. The selection of food and gifts is excellent. We ate the best grilled cheese sandwiches of our lives at a little cheese shop. We also bought some nice maple souvenirs. The chocolate shop just outside the market has the best brownies...More
if you want to go outside the traditional tourist areas of Montreal, and excellent stop is this market. It is close to a Metro stop, so access is easy. The market is expansive with areas for plants, fruits/vegetables, meats, fish, bakeries, limited crafts, and restaurants....More
So many vendors in this market, all with amazing looking produce....It would be a wonderful place to shop. Nice cafes and food stalls as well.
The fresh produce here is beautifully displayed and reasonably priced. There are a number of vendors who come from the outskirts of the city and specialize in only one item - such as asparagus or eggs. In June when I visited there were lots of...More
This is a great fresh food market which is open every day, but it is better to come late morning, or later in the day, because like many things in Montreal they get better as the day progresses. The prices here are great too, so...More
Excellent market to spend an hour or two wandering. Come hungry and enjoy all the excellent local food vendors. Enjoyed the fresh oyster stand as well as the coffee shop and local sausage maker. Wander the Little Italy neighborhood afterwords to check out some good...More
The market is a 10-minute walk from the metro station. I believe there is also underground paid parking for those who drive. Street parking would be a challenge. This is a foodie heaven with lots of cafes& eateries, gourmet chocolatier, bakeries, fresh produce, fresh fish...More