Épicerie Européenne

Épicerie Européenne

With its impressive selection of imported European products and the countless teas and spices presented in a wall of wooden cubes that look like an early century pharmacy display, Épicerie Européenne is an enticing store. What’s more, it also features one of the city’s largest selections of local and imported cheeses and charcuteries. Feeling indecisive? Ask for advice: the friendly clerks will allow you to taste the products to help you make your choices.

 

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