Relax for a few hours in this funky Montréal neighbourhood.
The market is an incredible foodie destination. You can find all of the regular farmers' market staples like fresh produce, preserves, honey, and maple syrup, as well as specialty food shops. Gourmet cheese and fois gras and sausages and bagels are abundant here, as are hot food stands and snack stalls. It's also a fantastic place for people watching and, if you're lucky, the public piano will be set up and you might be treated to an impromptu performance!
But the market is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to all the delicious treats Little Burgundy has to offer. Here are some of our favourite spots.
I can't wait to return to explore even more -and I hope you'll give me some recommendations on what I should try next!
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