8350 Boulevard Taschereau
Brossard, QC J4X 1C2
Phone: (450) 466-2186
Fax: (450) 466-3722
The Quartier DIX30 boasts of retail stores, restaurants, boutiques and recreational facility. For more details, check website.
Restaurants, boutiques and much more awaits you at this modern shopping mall. Here, you can enjoy shopping and explore different stores; this is an one-stop shop. For a complete list of stores, check website.
Set in an art deco-building and in existence since 1933, this market has both indoor and outdoor sections. Aside from fresh vegetables, fruits and flowers, you have your choice of a wide variety of commodities: from specialty shops selling delicious baked goods to butchers and fishmongers. La Fromagerie boasts more than 400 types of cheese from France and Quebec, including a raw goat milk cheddar. The Premiere Moisson bakery is famous for its flaky croissants and game-based pâtés. Even if you have already done your food shopping, it is a great place for people watching.
Located in the cultural and tourism heart of Old Montreal, this neoclassic building dates from the mid-18th Century. It has been home to a city hall, a reception center, and public markets. In fact, following an 1849 fire in the Parliament Building, it became the seat of the United Canada Government. Today, following two restorations, the silver-domed building is used as an exhibition hall. It teems with sidewalk cafes, boutiques, souvenir shops and fine arts galleries. You will find everything from maps to fashion accessories and First People's art.
For people who like delicate and beautiful pieces of art, Studio Gogo Glass is the right option. Located in the Bonsecours Market, this boutique showcases creative blown-glass designs by the duo Annie Michaud and Karine Bouchard. Citrus-reamer, mortar & pestles, vases, paperweights and kitchenware include some of their creations. Also, on offer, are light fixtures, trophies, candle holders, gifts and sculptures. This studio also accepts large custom orders. So head to this place to have a g(c)lassy experience.
BBAM! is a melange of pop culture and vintage goodies. Drop in to take a look at their collection of art, book, vinyl records, clothes and more or for just a cup of coffee. You could even attend their live music performances which range from jazz to folk. The gallery truly celebrates art in every form. Check their website to keep yourself updated with the latest events.
Steve's is a legend in Canada among professional and amateur musicians, guitarists especially. Stocking all things musical, from amplifiers to clarinets and sheet music (Mozart to Zeppelin), and employing a staff of genuine professionals, this store and its Toronto and Ottawa cousins are truly the source for anyone looking to buy (or rent) an instrument. They are unusually open to test drives, and some people spend all day trying out electric guitars and posing for the other customers.
For all your Asian cooking and grocery needs, Supermarché G & D in Chinatown is a nice option. You will find all kinds of exotic ingredients at this supermarket that you won't find in any other ordinary supermarket. Stroll through their aisles of Asian specialty items, meat, seafood, vegetables, fruits, beverages, food products, spices and more. Chances are you might just spend your time more, getting fascinated by the unique displays. They even have a butcher on site to give you the cut you want.
The Promenades Saint-Bruno is a shopping center that features a plethora of retail shops. For complete store directory and other information, check website.
Place Longueuil is a shopping center that features variety of stores and one can enjoy a fun-filled shopping spree here. For more details, check website.
Better to ask what this airy, popular shopping center doesn't have than what it does. Bakeries, green grocers and other food merchants of all varieties are combined with high quality fast food in a way that closely resembles Boston's enormously successful Quincy Market. In all, you can find 60 stores, 27 bars and a variety of restaurants along with a cinema hall and a health club.
The oldest store in this national Canadian chain was opened in 1879 and moved to this stately location a couple of years later. This is the place to buy your daughter's first string of pearls or a special graduation gift. Birks' trademark blue box holds more than jewelry these days: crystal, fine cutlery and porcelain gifts are also available at this downtown location, where generations have also purchased wedding bands and engagement rings. Service is discreet and the staff is helpful but not intrusive. An appraisal service is available, as well. Call +1 800 682 2622 toll free.