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Jean-Talon Market

7075 Casgrain Ave | three street corners from Jean Talon Metro Station, Montreal, Quebec H2S 3A3, Canada
+1 514-277-1588
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Beyond the Market Food Tour in Montreal
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Food Tour of Montreal's Little Italy Including Jean Talon Market
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  • Excellent63%
  • Very good28%
  • Average5%
  • Poor1%
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“fresh produce” (84 reviews)
“great market” (42 reviews)
“maple syrup” (56 reviews)
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Hours Today: 07:00 - 18:00
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7075 Casgrain Ave | three street corners from Jean Talon Metro Station, Montreal, Quebec H2S 3A3, Canada
Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie
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Reviewed 7 September 2016

Whenever we are in Montreal we go to this market, the largest farmers market in Montreal. We find the prices great for all sorts of produce and everything is very fresh. There are mushroom vendors (with everyday and exotic fungi) fish mongers, butchers, bread stores,...More

1  Thank kes1902
Reviewed 7 September 2016 via mobile

Fruits, vegetables, meats, flowers, tea, hand made fresh pasta, cheese, hand made soap, all things Canadian (including maple syrup, candy and butter), hand made wool socks, artisanal bread, Arabic pastries, marzipan fruits, desserts, a cookbook shop, a kitchen implements shop, etc. This market has everything...More

1  Thank Francesca003007
Reviewed 6 September 2016

Love this place! You can find anything you are looking for and then some. Meats, cheeses, fruits, vegetables, all there for your viewing and purchasing pleasure. Be sure to visit the Fromagerie du Hamel on the perimeter of the market..........we sampled any cheese we inquired...More

1  Thank Wendy B
Reviewed 5 September 2016 via mobile

Busy on a hot day! Went on labour day and it was great, but I feel like every vendor was selling the exact same fruits and vegetables (I guess the stuff that's in season) so it was really repetitive. Didn't see anything unique but I...More

1  Thank saltvspepper
Reviewed 5 September 2016

Jean Talon Market is everything and more reviewers claim it to be, :)! You have to experience it to understand my meaning. Our family loved every part of the Market. We missed it already.

1  Thank Suni33
Reviewed 4 September 2016 via mobile

I love open markets, and this one is one of the largest I have seen in North America, with a diversity of produce you rarely see in the States. But if you're a visitor from the US, there's not much you can buy to bring...More

1  Thank Susan O
Reviewed 4 September 2016 via mobile

The market is a fascinating place and a great opportunity to sample the local produce. In fact many stands have sliced fruits and vegetables for you to try and of course there places to sit and eat. But the market is almost exclusively dedicated to...More

1  Thank orrdin
Reviewed 3 September 2016 via mobile

A sunny morning in Montreal calls for experiencing local Markets. What a festival of smells, colors, local produce and stands offer samples of they product . Omg we ended up with luscious leeks, peaches - from Ontario- plums, mangos - de mexique. A brunch of...More

2  Thank Oscar R
Reviewed 2 September 2016

I completely loved this market. I just went on the weekend with my daughter (14) and we were amazed. The colors, the smells, the people. All fantastic. Well worth the time. You can try foods from all over the world. You can sample all the...More

2  Thank shopper4
Reviewed 30 August 2016

Located in the “Petite Italie”, this public market offers not only an exceptional variety of fresh produce (mostly local in the summer), but also meat, oils, spices, cheese, seafood and fish as well as baked goods, flowers, and a great selection of products from all...More

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Nearby
Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie
Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie has one of Canada's most
prominent Italian communities, with Little Italy
concentrated along the convivial bends of
Saint-Lawrence Boulevard. Known for its fantastic bars
and authentic Italian fare, the domain includes the
Jean-Talon Market, the largest public market in North
America. Open year-round, sunny months see fruit and
vegetable stalls set up outside the main chalet, while
...More
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Drugb
What metro stop on the orange line should I get off at?
4 August 2016|
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Response from ChiquitaDelMundo | Reviewed this property |
The closest metro would definitely be Metro Jean-Talon.
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laurie h
Any problems getting a taxi from Market to McGill Univ. ? About how much should we expect to pay? TY
28 March 2016|
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Response from John V | Reviewed this property |
I believe it would be easy to get a taxi, but it would be fairly expensive, $20 at least. take the metro - which is simple, inexpensive and speedy
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Busybeex3
What days of the week is the market open? what times?
22 February 2016|
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Response from robm12015 | Reviewed this property |
The market is open 7days/week. There are vendors early morning about 7am onwards till late afternoon. Weekends are better since many vendors come from outside of Montreal. Don't forget to try some of the surrounding restos... More
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