1981 Boulevard Cure Labelle, Laval, QC, CA, H7T 1L4
- Phone: (450) 681-6411
- Fax: (450) 681-4447
Located in Bonsecours Market, part of the Conseil des métiers d'art du Québec, Boutique des Métiers d'art du Québec presents the craftsmanship of the city's skilled artisans. Showcased pottery, glassware and wooden items reflect the creativity and intricacy involved in these creations. The eye-catching home decorative are perfect for any interiors. But you cannot miss the alluring jewelery collection displayed here. Step into this one-of-a-kind store and you would definitely not leave empty handed.
Diffusion Griff'3000 Quebec fashion offers trendy collection for both adults and children. Located in the Bonsecours Market, the boutique showcases stylish clothing and funky accessories for the fashion conscious men and women. If you like fur and leather coats, then you will find lots of options. The store also offers ready-to-wear clothes that your little ones. Being versatile and comfortable, the collection out here definitely adds spunk to your attire.
Located in Bonsecours Market, METO Bastien-Tremblay Jewelers offers the finest and fabulous jewelry. Designed by Jacques Bastien, the creations are a symbol of ethereal beauty. The classic decor adds to the splendid display of glittering jewelry. Crafted with great finesse for the youthful and elegant woman, these collections can be adorned by all.
Enter Boutique Arts en Mouvement in Bonsecours Market and you are sure to be lured by the captivating stuff offered here. If you have an eye for skilled craftsmanship, then this place offers the best of it through tastefully presented pieces of art. Chic and classic home decorative will redefine your interiors. Mystic articles, handcrafted gems and unique items on offer are the most ideal gifts for any occasion. If not as a gift, you are sure to buy these to spoil yourself. An essential stop, this place surely guarantees a visit again.
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.
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.
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.
This is the flagship store of Archambault Music, an entertainment-centered outlet which features a large selection of music, DVDs, books, magazines, games and toys. This is the first of the brand, which now has several outlets throughout the province, specializing in Quebec cultural products, and making it the largest music store in the province. You can also buy their products online, including sometimes hard-to-find French music. Archambault prides itself for its involvement in the cultural community and has been awarded the prestigious ADISQ record store of the year for thirteen years. Call ahead for more
Bringing his experience in the fashion world in France, Italy, Japan and Spain, Montreal designer Helmer Joseph returned to his hometown to create knit, embroidery, art and textile designs. He crafts costumes for the stage, wedding dresses and zany outfits using a blend of various styles and techniques, as well as limited edition wares under the brand name Helmer. His elegant creations are distributed in various capitols around the globe.
This relatively new candy store is run by a couple of certifiable candy fanatics, and has already attracted a loyal following. Featuring dozens of varieties of sweets in bulk (including a full array of Jelly Belly jelly beans), fudge and slush, you can easily ride an all-day sugar high after a visit. It is also noted for its large selection of PEZ candy, including one of the owner's personal stash of collectibles.
Manga-Thé is an original bookstore where customers can enjoy traditional Japanese tea and pastries while reading from their selection of manga books.
Packed into a beautiful Victorian building in the heart of downtown is Canada's oldest department store; its oldest company, in fact. The men's and women's departments feature all the major designer labels in addition to house brands, while the kitchen and bath departments are especially strong. The store also features a beauty salon, optician, travel agency, watch repair, hearing aids, wigs and gift registry; in short, things you will not find many other places under one roof.