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Marché Jean-Talon

Updated 07/17/2014

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If you're trying to stick to a diet, stay away: the smells of grilling sausages, roasting chestnuts, and fresh pastries will almost certainly crack your resolve. And if they don't, there are dozens of tiny shops full of Québec cheeses, Lebanese sweets, country pâtés, local wines, and handmade chocolates that will. Less threatening to the waistline are the huge mounds of peas, beans, apples, carrots, pears, garlic, and other produce on sale at the open-air stands. Visit

on weekends during the warm summer months, and it will feel as if all of Montréal has come out to shop.

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7070 rue Henri-Julien, Montréal, Québec, H2S 2S3, Canada

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  • Mon.–Sat 7–6 (to 8 pm Thurs. and Fri.), Sun. 7–5

Updated 07/17/2014


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