Sep. 26, 2023

9 downtown stores to delight the epicurean in you

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Discover local products: Signé Local

Recognized as the leading reference for local products, Signé Local offers a selection of high-end gourmet products and fine foods that will make the mouths of even the most discerning customers water.

705 Sainte-Catherine Ouest (Eaton Centre)

La boutique Signé Local, au centre-ville de Montréal

A place for coffee lovers: La Finca

A small neighbourhood coffee shop and local market located on the east side of downtown, La Finca is the spot where locals gather to chat over coffee and browse newly arrived gourmet products, microbrewery beers, and privately imported natural wines.

1067 Rue de Bleury

Les produits offerts par la Finca, au centre-ville de Montréal
© La Finca

For a one-of-a-kind gourmet experience: Marché Artisans

Located in the Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth Hotel, Marché Artisans is a mandatory stop for all lovers of good food. Enjoy their delicious wood-fired pizzas, homemade ice cream, and artisanal crepes.

900 Boulevard René-Lévesque Ouest

L'offre du Marché Artisans, au centre-ville de Montréal
© Marché Artisans

Satisfy your sweet tooth: Divine Chocolatier

Add a dose of sugar to your day! This artisan chocolate factory will guide you through the seasons with creations as unique as they are delicious.

2158 Rue Crescent

mtlcentreville_9 magasins du centre-ville qui font rêver les épicuriens_Divine Chocolatier

Equip your kitchen like a chef: Indigo

You’ll not only find a host of books on cooking, but you’ll also find everything you need to equip your kitchen! Whether it’s accessories or decorative objects, there’s something to impress your guests in this boutique. A must in downtown Montreal.

1500 Avenue McGill College (Place Montréal Trust)

L'offre d'Indigo, au centre-ville de Montréal
© Indigo

Snack time in Japan: Miniso

Miniso is similar to a dollar store but with a Japanese twist. It’s easy to lose track of time as you wander the aisles. Discover their endless selection of snacks and drinks.

475 Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest 

L'offre de Miniso, au centre-ville de Montréal
© Miniso

For excellent Mediterranean-inspired products:

Café Vasco da Gama

Not only does this café-restaurant offer gourmet sandwiches, salads and tapas, it’s also a superb market. From spices to preserves and wine, treat yourself and add a touch of the Mediterranean to your dishes.

1472 Rue Peel

Le Café Vasco de Gama au centre-ville de Montréal
© Café Vasco da Gama

Take your bar game to the next level: Vinum

Ideal for wine connoisseurs! Vinum offers a wide selection of high-end wine and cocktail-themed items. It is the ultimate stop for enthusiasts, but also for professionals and companies.

1480 Rue City Councillors

Vinum, au centre-ville de Montréal
© Vinum

Culture you can taste: M Boutique and Bookstore

It’s not just art-related products that are available at the MMFA boutique. You can also find creative kitchen accessories such as unique Quebec-made ceramic pieces.

1390 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest

La boutique du Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal
© Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal

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