Jean-Talon Market, Communauté-Urbaine-de-Montréal, Canada

9 Mentions on Trippy

7070 Avenue Henri Julien

Communauté-Urbaine-de-Montréal, QC H2R 1T1 CA

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(514) 277-1588

  • 2 mentions in Hidden gems of Montreal

    • Charlie C.

      Charlie C. said, "...little Italy is fantastic too and my favourite café is Café Les Entretiens on Laurier. Sunday mornings are best spent at Jean-Talon Market (great for free samples of food and delicious coffee!) Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal is beautiful inside and..." See More

    • Roxanne C.

      Roxanne C. said, "...Try our Little Italy. Naturaly it's the italian "quartier". Visit Jean-Talon Market much bigger than Atwater market mentioned in Rudy Arietta's answer. Make a reservation Bottega for very good italian cuisine, try there pizzas you never had it like these...." See More

  • 2 mentions in Montreal: Best markets?

    • Colleen B.

      Colleen B. said, "...I love Jean-Talon Market. You can find anything there. Best thing is to walk around (inside and out) and speak to the farmers and vendors. Lots of interesting and knowledgable people, delicious food to purchase or snack on, flowers, herbs ....all..." See More

    • Alpesh S.

      Alpesh S. said, "...One of my favorite markets I have ever been to Jean-Talon Market; I would highly recommend Fromagerie Hamel (La) for their cheeses..." See More

  • 1 mention in Things to do and must-try foods in Montreal

    • Andrew Z.

      Andrew Z. said, "...Marché Atwater is also fun. Such a cool market. Walk around, meet some locals and try some of the amazing foods. Jean-Talon Market is another fun one. Head to this bustling market for some fresh and local ingredients. There's a reason it's..." See More

  • 1 mention in Art / design and veggie eats

    • Kay B.

      Kay B. said, "...underground tunnel connecting both buildings. I highly recommend it for an afternoon. As far as food goes, I love their markets! Jean-Talon Market and Marché Atwater are both great experiences. My parents took me there as a child and now when I..." See More

  • 1 mention in Is old Montreal worth a visit?

    • Alpesh S.

      Alpesh S. said, "...what time of the year. Montreal is an amazing gem in North America. I would go to the following places - Jean-Talon Market (beautiful open market for food) -Walking tour through Old Montreal( Google free walking tour in Montreal) -Walk through St..." See More

  • 1 mention in 48 hours in Montreal, what are the must see places?

    • Laurie J.

      Laurie J. said, "...beautiful. Le Plateau and Mile-End neighbourhoods for a local flare, original boutiques and bagels and smoked meat. Little Italy and its Jean-Talon Market If you like art the it exhibition this summer is Rodin at the Montreal Museum Of Fine Art. The..." See More

  • 1 mention in Free/inexpensive things to do in Montreal?

    • Jeff P.

      Jeff P. said, "...Walk around Jean-Talon Market, Mile-End and Le Plateau, eat only Bahn Mi and Poutine! (Seriously!) Montreal is a great city to walk around. And the Montreal Museum Of Fine Art (MBAM) on Sherbrooke only charges $12 for anyone over the age..." See More