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  • 1. Antiquités Curiosités

    The Village

    A sea of chairs, lamps, and other 1930s to 1980s furnishings and accessories awaits you at Antiquités Curiosités, but it's the beautifully restored Mad Men–era...

    A sea of chairs, lamps, and other 1930s to 1980s furnishings and accessories awaits you at Antiquités Curiosités, but it's the beautifully restored Mad Men–era teak pieces that are the biggest draws. Retro curiosities like rotary phones also tickle the fancy.

    1769 rue Atateken, Montréal, Québec, H2L 3L7, Canada
    514-525–8772
  • 2. Arthur

    Downtown

    Everything about this shop, from the handsome Crescent St. location to the immaculate hardwood floors to the classic bespoke men's shirts with damask silk lining...

    Everything about this shop, from the handsome Crescent St. location to the immaculate hardwood floors to the classic bespoke men's shirts with damask silk lining and hand-sewn button holes speaks of quality, tradition, and style. Armenian-Canadian tailor Arthur Der Shahinian has been creating custom-made suits for men (and some women) since 1978, first from his modest digs at Marché Jean-Talon, and now from his elegant atelier-cum-boutique on Crescent St. Still, Mr. Der Shahinian and his sons Tavit and John haven't compromised their principles of quality and friendly, professional service. At 70, Der Shahinian is the youngest shirtmaker in Montréal, a fact that speaks volumes about what has been happening to the fashion industry in the last quarter century. The Der Shahinians also custom-make men's shoes.

    2165 rue Crescent, Montréal, Québec, H3G 2C1, Canada
    514-843–0522
  • 3. Bleu Comme Le Ciel

    Downtown

    In French they call costume jewelry bijoux de fantaisie, and that's exactly what you'll find here: a fantastic array of colorful crystal baubles. Elegant lines...

    In French they call costume jewelry bijoux de fantaisie, and that's exactly what you'll find here: a fantastic array of colorful crystal baubles. Elegant lines from Ginette NY contrast with the bold designs of Reminiscence Paris. The glass-walled boutique is easy to miss, as it blends into the surrounding building.

    1143 boul. de Maisonneuve Ouest, Montréal, Québec, H3A 1N4, Canada
    514-847–1128

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    Rate Includes: Closed Sun.
  • 4. Boutique Métiers d'Art du Québec

    Old Montréal

    Looking for that special handcrafted gift that can't be found anywhere else? A whimsical teapot straight out of a children's picture book, perhaps? A hand-painted...

    Looking for that special handcrafted gift that can't be found anywhere else? A whimsical teapot straight out of a children's picture book, perhaps? A hand-painted ceramic bead necklace? A wood-sculpted anthropomorphized bird that reminds of you of your brother? A gold bracelet made of hundreds of miniscule seed-like beads? An adorable animal-shaped cushion? This Quebec artisans' guild boutique may have just what you're not for, but find delight in nonetheless. 

    20 rue Saint-Paul Ouest, Montréal, Québec, H2Y 1Y7, Canada
    438-385-7787
  • 5. Boutique Spoutnik

    The Village

    Mod, space-aged, kitsch—this boutique has it all. From Russell Spanner dressers to vintage needlepoint dog-portraits-turned-cushions to ceramic lamps in atomic designs circa 1950, Spoutnik is...

    Mod, space-aged, kitsch—this boutique has it all. From Russell Spanner dressers to vintage needlepoint dog-portraits-turned-cushions to ceramic lamps in atomic designs circa 1950, Spoutnik is a veritable Aladdin's Cave of retro treasures. Owner Sylvie Rochon takes her work seriously, carefully curating her collection and adding her own artistic touches to vintage objects. Not surprisingly, her gorgeous boutique has been featured in several Québec publications.

    2120 rue Atateken, Montréal, Québec, H2L 3L8, Canada
    514-525–8478

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    Rate Includes: Closed Sun. and Mon.
  • 6. Clark Street Mercantile: Boutique pour Gentlemen

    Mile End

    Featured in publications like The Guardian, GQ and Goop, this authentically retro locale is a hipster's dream. Little has changed on the building's main floor, with the old,...

    Featured in publications like The Guardian, GQ and Goop, this authentically retro locale is a hipster's dream. Little has changed on the building's main floor, with the old, scuffed up brownish gray terrazzo flooring still in attendance and few embellishments made to the premises. The focus here is on the clothing and other products like leather goods, apothecary and homewares, each item handpicked for quality, craftsmanship and the story behind the brand. In addition to their own locally produced in-house brand, Clark Street Mercantile sources casual and classic men's clothing from labels like Portuguese Flannel, La Paz, and orSlow; apothecary from Rockwell, Groom and Baxter; and other lifestyle products, including books, from Barebones, Kinto, and Monocle.

    5200 rue Clark, Montréal, Québec, H2T 2V2, Canada
    514-508–6090

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    Rate Includes: Closed Mon.
  • 7. Deuxième Peau

    The Plateau

    Tucked away in a basement, the tiny "Second Skin" sells a fine assortment of French lingerie. It's hard to miss the curvy mannequins in their...

    Tucked away in a basement, the tiny "Second Skin" sells a fine assortment of French lingerie. It's hard to miss the curvy mannequins in their ground-floor window, adorned in the likes of Aubade, Chantelle, and Prima Donna. While you're feeling brave and beautiful, kill two birds with one stone and try on a bathing suit from the shop's tasteful collection of French, Spanish, and Australian designers.

    4457 rue St-Denis, Montréal, Québec, H2J 2L2, Canada
    514-842–0811
  • 8. Divine Chocolatier

    Downtown

    Tucked away in a small basement space on Crescent Street, this precious little chocolaterie owned by Belgian maître chocolatier Richard Zwierzynski has lived here for...

    Tucked away in a small basement space on Crescent Street, this precious little chocolaterie owned by Belgian maître chocolatier Richard Zwierzynski has lived here for 30 years, and been in existence since 1976. With its stuffed teddy bears, shoe- and bottle-shaped chocolate decorations, and antique porcelain plates adorning the walls, a visit to Divine is like stepping into a 19th-century ice-cream parlor. Chocolate massage oil and chocolate tablets made from the mold of an illustration from the Kama Sutra will tickle the fancy, but it's the chocolate truffles, assorted chocolates, and the dark chocolate ganache cheesecake that will have you returning again and again.

    2158 rue Crescent, Montréal, Québec, H3G 2B8, Canada
    514-282–0829
  • 9. E.R.A. Vintage Wear

    Downtown

    With a reputation as the best vintage shop in the city, this upscale boutique specializes in vintage clothing, shoes, and accessories from the 1920s through...

    With a reputation as the best vintage shop in the city, this upscale boutique specializes in vintage clothing, shoes, and accessories from the 1920s through the mid-1980s. Each handpicked item is carefully cleaned, repaired, and altered as necessary to give it a more contemporary flair and using no new materials. High-profile clients like Julianne Moore and Cate Blanchett have been known to drop by. This location is bright, spacious, and loaded with irresistible treasures.

    999 rue du College, Montréal, Québec, H4C 2S3, Canada
    514-543–8750

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    Rate Includes: Closed Sun.–Tues.
  • 10. Éditions de Robes

    Mile End

    Owner Julie Pesant has stocked her boutique with top-quality Montréal-made-and-designed dresses in a multitude of styles that can easily be dressed up or down with...

    Owner Julie Pesant has stocked her boutique with top-quality Montréal-made-and-designed dresses in a multitude of styles that can easily be dressed up or down with a simple change of accessories. From peplums to lace, satin to jersey, long and short, they're all here.

    5334 boul. Saint-Laurent, Montréal, Québec, H2T 1S1, Canada
    514-271–7676

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    Rate Includes: Closed Sun. and Mon.
  • 11. Frank and Oak

    Downtown

    From its humble beginnings in a kitchen, this popular Canadian brand outfits young creatives and professionals in casual, contemporary fashions using ecologically friendly fabrics like...

    From its humble beginnings in a kitchen, this popular Canadian brand outfits young creatives and professionals in casual, contemporary fashions using ecologically friendly fabrics like hemp, kapok, seawool (a yarn made from recycled polyester and oyster shell composites), SeaCell (biodegradable fibers made from renewable raw materials found in seaweed and natural cellulose) and recycled cottons, polyesters, nylons, and wools.

    1420 and 1432 rue Stanley, Montréal, Québec, H3A 1P7, Canada
    514-228–3761-Menswear store

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    Rate Includes: Menswear: 1420 rue Stanley; Womenswear: 1432 rue Stanley
  • 12. Galerie Alan Klinkhoff

    Downtown

    From Lawren Harris and Emily Carr to Jean-Paul Riopelle and Jean Paul Lemieux, the Klinkhoffs know art, especially Canadian art. Open since 1950, the gallery...

    From Lawren Harris and Emily Carr to Jean-Paul Riopelle and Jean Paul Lemieux, the Klinkhoffs know art, especially Canadian art. Open since 1950, the gallery showcases several floors of Canadian works from both contemporary and historical artists.

    1448 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montréal, Québec, H3G 1K4, Canada
    514-284–9339

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    Rate Includes: Closed Sat. and Sun., Also open by appointment
  • 13. Henri Henri

    Downtown

    A Montréal tradition since 1932, the best men's hat store in Canada carries a huge stock of homburgs, fedoras, and derbies, as well as cloth...

    A Montréal tradition since 1932, the best men's hat store in Canada carries a huge stock of homburgs, fedoras, and derbies, as well as cloth caps and other accessories. Prices range from about C$150 to C$1,000, the top price fetching you a top-of-the-line Panama hat. Lots of women's hats on offer as well.

    189 rue Ste-Catherine Est, Montréal, Québec, H2X 2Z3, Canada
    514-288–0109
  • 14. Holt Renfrew

    Downtown

    This upscale department store is Canada's answer to Bergdorf Goodman. Gucci, Chanel, and all the usuals are complemented by up-and-coming designers and Holt's own in-house...

    This upscale department store is Canada's answer to Bergdorf Goodman. Gucci, Chanel, and all the usuals are complemented by up-and-coming designers and Holt's own in-house line. Holt Renfrew purchased Ogilvy, Montréal's other chic department store on rue Ste-Catherine, and the two are currently in the process of merging into a megaluxury store and hotel (the brand-new Four Seasons). Holt Renfrew's move from rue Sherbrooke to Ste-Catherine should be complete sometime in 2020.

    1300 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montréal, Québec, H3G 1H9, Canada
    514-842–5111
  • 15. La Vieille Europe

    The Plateau

    For a taste of the old Main, where generations of immigrants came to shop, look no farther than this deli packed with sausages, cheeses, European...

    For a taste of the old Main, where generations of immigrants came to shop, look no farther than this deli packed with sausages, cheeses, European chocolates, jams, and loads of atmosphere. Pick up a rich shot of espresso on your way out. Call ahead as hours vary seasonally.

    3855 boul. St-Laurent, Montréal, Québec, H2W 1X9, Canada
    514-842–5773
  • 16. Librarie Espagnole

    The Plateau

    A fixture on boulevard St-Laurent since 1964, this is your one-stop shop for all things Spanish and Latin American in Montréal. The name is really...

    A fixture on boulevard St-Laurent since 1964, this is your one-stop shop for all things Spanish and Latin American in Montréal. The name is really a misnomer today since few books are sold here anymore. However, the friendly staff at this unpretentious establishment sell just about everything else from Spanish and Latin American foods to ceramic ware and cookware to flamenco shoes and a large assortment of espadrilles.

    3811 boul. St-Laurent, Montréal, Québec, H2W 1X9, Canada
    514-849–3383

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    Rate Includes: Closed Sun.
  • 17. Lyla

    Outremont

    Helping women feel their best since 1982, this lovely shop carries some of the finest lingerie in the city—including brands like Eres and La Perla....

    Helping women feel their best since 1982, this lovely shop carries some of the finest lingerie in the city—including brands like Eres and La Perla. The staff is extremely helpful in finding what fits and flatters. Two other reasons to stop and shop: exquisite fashions from Europe and a great selection of swimsuits and darling cover-ups.

    400 av. Laurier Ouest, Montréal, Québec, H2V 2K7, Canada
    514-271–0763

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    Rate Includes: Closed Sun.
  • 18. M0851

    The Plateau

    Sleek, supple leather clothing and bags from the Québec designer Frédéric Mamarbachi have a cult following from Antwerp to Tokyo. The rough-hewn wood floors and...

    Sleek, supple leather clothing and bags from the Québec designer Frédéric Mamarbachi have a cult following from Antwerp to Tokyo. The rough-hewn wood floors and concrete walls of this branch give it an industrial-chic vibe.

    3526 boul. St-Laurent, Montréal, Québec, H2X 2V1, Canada
    514-849–9759
  • 19. Maison Pepin

    Old Montréal

    Talented owner and painter Lysanne Pepin has an eye for design. Her boutiques, located a few addresses apart on the same block, are beautiful and...

    Talented owner and painter Lysanne Pepin has an eye for design. Her boutiques, located a few addresses apart on the same block, are beautiful and intriguing spaces to explore. They are filled with romantic clothes, funky shoes, and a carefully edited mix of local and international labels, as well as eclectic housewares and furniture for home and office.

    350 and 378 rue St-Paul Ouest, Montréal, Québec, H2Y 2A6, Canada
    514-844–0114
  • 20. Marché Jean-Talon

    Little Italy

    The smells of roasting chestnuts and fresh pastries at this market will surely excite your olfactory system. To further delight your senses there are dozens...

    The smells of roasting chestnuts and fresh pastries at this market will surely excite your olfactory system. To further delight your senses there are dozens of tiny shops full of Québec cheeses, Lebanese sweets, country pâtés, local wines, and handmade chocolates. Less threatening to the waistline but a feast for the eyes 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. During the holiday season there is a Christmas market, which runs from late November until the 23rd of December.

    7070 rue Henri-Julien, Montréal, Québec, H2S 2S3, Canada
    514-277–1588
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