Drawn & Quarterly
This quirky shop is a brick-and-mortar spin-off of the renowned cartoon publisher of the same name.
Clark Street Mercantile
This outfitter-cum-general store in the Mile End neighborhood curates a tightly edited selection of brands excelling in contemporary, rugged-chic attire for the modern man.
A one-stop shop for hunting rifles and cooking equipment alike, the family-run business has been stocking Montreal’s kitchens since 1956.
This department store, iconic in Montreal, started as one of Canada’s great heritage brands.
Canada’s premiere luxury department store champions established brands (like Chanel, Prada and Louis Vuitton), as well as up-and-coming Canadian luxury designers.
Carrying luxe men’s and women’s staples, this minimalist store is a paean to chic simplicity.
The glasses at this family-run optician are wearable works of art.
This public market, opened in 1933, is pricier than Jean Talon, with comparable produce vendors, butchers and shopkeepers selling local foods.
Located in the city’s Little Italy neighborhood, Jean Talon Market is home to 300 vendors selling local produce, seafood, charcuterie, cheeses, meats, prepared food and more.