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  • 1. À Table Tout Le Monde

    Old Montréal | Household Items/Furniture

    Should you require the most refined disposable plates for a picnic on the mountain (or in your hotel room), you can stop in at this shop and...Read More

  • 2. Antiquités Curiosités

    The Village | Antiques/Collectibles

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

  • 3. Arthur

    Downtown | Clothing

    Everything about this shop, from the immaculate hardwood floors to the classic bespoke men's shirts featuring damask silk linings and hand-sewn...Read More

  • 4. Arthur Quentin

    The Plateau | Household Items/Furniture

    Check out this elegant shop for fine French tableware from Gien and Maintenon. There's also gourmet kitchen gear, as well as designer messenger...Read More

  • 5. Bleu Comme Le Ciel

    Downtown | Jewelry/Accessories

    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...Read More

  • 6. Boutique 1861

    The Plateau | Clothing

    This boutique stocks romantic, lacy, and affordable finds from local and international designers, including Arti Gogna and Champagne & Strawberry...Read More

  • 7. Boutique Spoutnik

    The Village | Antiques/Collectibles

    Mod, space-aged, kitsch, this boutique has it all. From Russell Spanner dressers to vintage needlepoint dog-portraits-turned-cushions to ceramic...Read More

  • 8. Deuxième Peau

    The Plateau | Clothing

    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...Read More

  • 9. E.R.A. Vintage Wear

    Downtown | Clothing

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

  • 10. Éditions de Robes

    Mile End | Clothing

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

  • 11. Espace Pepin

    Old Montréal | Clothing

    Talented owner and painter Lysanne Pepin has an eye for design, and as you pass through the gauzy curtains, her boutique-cum-atelier is an intriguing...Read More

  • 12. Frank and Oak

    Downtown | Clothing

    More than a store outfitting young, creative professionals in quality denim and plaid essentials as well as rich velvets and airy chiffons in...Read More

  • 13. Henri Henri

    Downtown | Clothing

    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...Read More

  • 14. Holt Renfrew

    Downtown | Department Stores

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

  • 15. La Vieille Europe

    The Plateau | Specialty Stores

    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...Read More

  • 16. Lyla

    Outremont | Clothing

    Some of the finest lingerie in the city—including brands like Eres and La Perla—is stocked at this lovely little shop. The staff is extremely...Read More

  • 17. M0851

    The Plateau | Clothing

    Sleek, supple leather clothing and bags from the Québec designer Frédéric Mamarbachi have a cult following from Antwerp to Tokyo. The rough...Read More

  • 18. Marché Jean-Talon

    Little Italy | Flowers

    This is the biggest and liveliest of the city's public markets. On weekends in summer and fall, crowds swarm the half-acre or so of outdoor...Read More

  • 19. Marché Milano

    Little Italy | Food/Candy

    A huge expansion in 2013 made this popular Italian grocer, in business since 1954, even more popular, as customers line up for prepared foods...Read More

  • 20. Marie Saint Pierre

    Downtown | Clothing

    The leading female designer in Québec (and one who's celebrated throughout Canada), Marie Saint Pierre is known for her signature pleats and...Read More

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