About Maisonneuve market
Situated in what is now the Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve borough, the Maisonneuve Market opened the doors of its majestic stone building at the beginning of the 20th century. There, farmers, shopkeepers, butchers and fishmongers followed in each other’s footsteps for half a century. Closed by the municipality in the 1960s, it was thanks to the perseverance of the district’s citizens that the Maisonneuve Market resumed activities as a farmers’ market in 1980. It took another 15 years before it returned to its vocation as a public market, with shopkeepers and other merchants moving into a new building just a few feet away from the old one.
Maisonneuve Market is the perfect place to buy locally-grown food or to make gastronomic discoveries. With one quick stop at your neighbourhood market, you can pick up everything you need, be it bread, meat, cheese, spices or vegetables.
The market gardeners, bakers, cheesemongers, fishmongers and florists at Maisonneuve Market are very knowledgeable about the wares they sell, and are committed to offering fresh and high quality products throughout the year. Don’t hesitate to ask your merchants for their advice and tips, and be sure to taste their new arrivals.
In the summer, enjoy an atmosphere redolent with the scent of flowers, herbs and other typical market aromas, you can stroll through the various outdoor aisles and visit your producers and merchants.
At your public market, we love to celebrate every time of the year, and many activities are organized, including the maple festival, product tastings and face painting for the kids… come on down and join in on the fun!
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