Église Madonna Della Difesa
Our Lady of Protection Church was built in 1919 according to the drawings of Florence-born Guido Nincheri (1885–1973), who spent the...
Mezza Luna Cooking School
Offered in French, English and Italian, Mezza Luna's renowned Italian-cooking classes are held in a small apartment facing a high-end...
Le Petit Alep
The complex flavors of Syrian-Armenian cuisine draw diners from all over Montréal. A big menu includes hummus, salads and muhammara ...
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Marché Jean-Talon information
The pride of Little Italy, this huge covered market is Montréal’s most diverse. Many chefs buy ingredients for their menus here or in the specialty-food shops nearby. Three long covered aisles are packed with merchants selling fruit, vegetables, flowers and baked goods. The market is flanked by delis and cafe-restaurants with tiny patios. Even in winter the market is open under big tents.
Snackers can nibble on sandwiches, crepes, tacos, pastries, ice cream, fresh juices and excellent coffee. Be sure to stop by Le Marché des Saveurs du Québec , one of the few large stores in town devoted entirely to Québec specialties such as wine and cider, fresh cheeses, smoked meats, preserves and a huge number of tasteful gifts.