Must-see shopping in Montréal

  • Phonopolis


    Indie rock, jazz, blues, folk and world music – and hybrids thereof – are the raison d’être of this little record shop, which sells (and buys) LPs and CDs…

  • Marché de Maisonneuve


    About 20 farm stalls outside, plus a dozen vendors of meat, cheese, fresh vegetables, tasty pastries and pastas housed in a beautiful Beaux-Arts building …

  • Archambault


    Behind the art-deco portals you’ll find Montréal’s oldest and largest book and record shop, an emporium that boasts books, CDs and gifts, plus assorted…

  • Quincaillerie Dante


    This quirky little Italian-owned hardware-and-cooking supply store is a household name, selling everything from 1st-class pots and pans to espresso makers…

  • Galerie Le Chariot

    Old Montréal

    Browse the Inuit collection at this large emporium. Choose from First Nations art carved mainly from soapstone, as well as fur hats, mountain-goat rugs…

  • Salvation Army


    This sprawling secondhand store has seemingly endless racks of clothes, plus 99¢ books (French and English), records, sports gear (including skis and…

  • Marché Côtes-des-Neiges


    This is a much-loved neighborhood market in Côte-des-Neiges, known for its budget-priced fresh produce, flowers and herbs.