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  • Insectarium

    Once just a pet project of insect collector Georges Brossard, the Insectarium officially opened in 1990 within the Montreal Botanical Garden. More ... More
  • Instock

    Stop in at this 2009-opened boutique to pick up cult clothing brands Supra and Elm, plus works by up-and-coming Montreal artists. More
  • J.A. Moisan

    The oldest grocer on the continent stocks English teas, French soaps, and picnic fixings (our favorites: wild boar sausage and a wedge of locally m... More
  • Kamkyl Urban Atelier

    Yvonne and Douglas Mandel, pioneers of the new Vieux, showcase their sharply tailored menswear here. More
  • Kensington Tours

    A vast range of personalized itineraries, including working on archaeological digs in Israel and trekking to see gorillas in Rwanda, while staying ... More
  • La Barberie

    La Barberie is not a place for a haircut, but a longtime microbrewery at the crossroads of the Saint-Roch district and the entrance to Lower Town. ... More
  • La Citadelle de Québec

    Sitting like a five-pointed star among The Plains of Abraham and just above Terrasse Dufferin, La Citadelle de Québec is a still-active military ba... More
  • La Sala Rossa

    Try to catch a performance by the Mittenstrings, an up-and-coming Montreal phenomenon. More
  • Lachine Market

    The oldest public market in Montreal, the Lachine Market dates to the 1840’s. The farmers’ market became a permanent market in 1909, and the bulk o... More
  • Le Cercle, Quebec

    In the heart of St.-Roch, this warehouse-like restaurant morphs into a dynamic performance space after dark. Events range from poetry slams, film s... More
  • Le Marche Atwater

    Close to the bike paths along the Lachine Canal, Le Marche Atwater pieces together a farmers’ market atmosphere from a mix of pastry shops, chocola... More
  • Le Marche Jean-Talon

    Once you have the gourmet accoutrements from the Les Touilleurs kitchenware store, cab it up to Little Italy and this enormous food market, which i... More
  • Le Paingrüel

    Le Paingrüel is one of the most popular boulangeries in Quebec City. Located in the heart of the St.-Jean-Baptiste district, the bakery is housed i... More
  • LeBaron Grocery

    The 119-year-old grocery has plenty of Québécois cheeses. More
  • Les Chocolats de Chloé

    Step inside this tiny chocolatier and the powerful aromas of caramel, spice, milk, and yes, chocolate are as comforting as stepping back into your ... More

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