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Quebec asparagus have arrived!

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Shrimp and cucumber ceviche

This ceviche contains as many sliced ​​cucumbers as diced shrimp, which makes it very light. Ideal to share on days of great heat! Recipe and photo by chef...

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Liette: Serres JC Lauzon’s Emblematic Market Gardener

Montréal’s public markets are home to more than mere merchants. Some families have been there for decades and include larger-than-life...

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10 May 2022

New merchants at the Montreal's public markets!

With the arrival of spring, the walls are coming down at the Jean-Talon and Atwater markets, whose open-air sections are welcoming horticulturists and farmers...With the arrival of spring, the walls are coming down at the Jean-Talon and Atwater markets, whose open-air sections are welcoming horticulturists and farmers offering excellent Quebec-grown products. This year, in addition to the usual merchants, there will be eleven new companies active at Jean-Talon and Atwater, complementing the markets’ increasingly diverse offerings catering to Montrealers’ tastes. Market regulars will also reconnect with their favourite producers in the busy markets, since the vast majority are returning. However, there are still a handful of outdoor stalls for rent in the three largest markets. Those interested in being part of the public markets’ vitality can apply here. What’s new at Jean-Talon Market Jean-Talon Market is welcoming several new companies that will enhance its ready-to-eat and dining options, alongside the familiar existing merchants. . Le Pain dans les Voiles : this well-known Villeray bakery is opening a kiosk in the market, with bread and pastries on offer. La Croqueteria : authentic, handmade Spanish croquetas with a Montreal twist, made using traditional methods and a bechamel base. Panda Restaurant : this brand-new restaurant specializes in Asian fare such as takoyaki (Japanese octopus balls) made on-site, General Tao and bubble tea. Super Super : seasonings and condiments that transform simple dishes into gourmet meals, as well as a selection of ready-to-eat foods to enjoy at the market or at home. Distillerie Stadaconé : tasting of gins from this Limoilou distillery, as well as ready-to-drink alcoholic products. These new businesses join the delicious tacos and cocktails served up by Mazorca MTL, already open for the season; and will be soon followed by the return of Aqua Mare’s fried calamari; the creative menu of Bouffe-moi; the authentic home cooking of Les Filles Fattoush (a finalist in the Laurier awards for Quebec gastronomy); the Boîte aux huîtres oyster bar; popsicles by Les Pops; and homemade products from Ferment, all of which are located in the market’s food-service zone. La Crêperie du Marché, Gourmands d’ici, Sushi Shop, Première Moisson and Balkani also have enticing options for an on-site snack or to take away for a picnic. Two fast-growing businesses Les Délices de la Mer, Jean-Talon Market’s well-known purveyor of fish and seafood, is currently expanding; on September 1 it will open a new space with a bistro corner and terrasse. Salmon and cod pies, smoked salmon pizza, cod and halibut cakes, and clam chowder will be on the menu. Binette et filles is also expanding into a second space, making it a showcase for local producers thanks to new indoor plant and local flower varieties. Experienced horticulturists will be on-site to share their professional tips and tricks. What’s new at Atwater Market Atwater Market welcomes two new producers and two business reboots: Les Jardins Lakou : a variety of fresh Afro-Caribbean products such as okra, sweet potatoes, amaranth and collard greens grown in the Eastern Townships to discover or reconnect with the Afro-descendant culinary and agricultural traditions. Ferme M. Gauthier : a specialist in pure maple products and maple-based preparations such as barbecue sauces, marinades, candies and salad dressings. Margot Bar à jus : Margot is a young entrepreneur who is taking over the Atwater Market space previously occupied by Mangue & Melon. She will continue to offer healthy, fresh, vitamin-rich juices. Les Fermes ExotiQC : his horticulturist, formerly known as Les Serres Maedler, has a new name and new owner, and will continue to sell its specialty products at the market. The ready-to-eat offerings of the Pôle des Saveurs open-air food court are all back and now open:Satay Brothers, Falafel Yoni, Léché, Ave Greene, Ca Lem, Boba Boba, Le Petit Sao, Chez Layla, Lucille’s, Aylwin Barbecue, along with the familiar storefronts of Pizza Mia, Première Moisson, Pasta Bella, Havre aux glaces, Sushi Shop et Le coin gourmand qu’on retrouve à travers le marché. Summer at Maisonneuve Market and throughout the network At Marché Maisonneuve, the horticulturists’ covered stands are overflowing with flowers and vegetable seedlings. The outdoor Bio Locaux stand, a favourite among the market’s regulars, will be back in its usual location starting in June. Bio Locaux sells certified-organic products from three farms: Ferme des Arpents roses, Terre fruitière and La Ferme Trotteuse, a co-op known for its use of horse-drawn ploughs. Montreal’s public markets also include nine smaller neighbourhood and community markets, easily accessible and rooted in their communities, improving access to local and seasonal products. Some of them are already open for the season. OPEN Jacques-Cartier : Open until October 31 | Saturday and Sunday: 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Jean-Brillant : Open until November 6 | Open 24/7 Papineau : Open until October 31 | Monday through Sunday: 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Carré Saint-Louis : Open until October 15 | Tuesday through Sunday: 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Marché Square-Victoria : Open until November 1 | Open 24/7 OPENING SOON Ahuntsic-Cartierville : May 30 to December 2 | Monday through Friday: 2 p.m.-7 p.m. Cadillac : June 1 to November 1 | Tuesday to Friday, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Frontenac : May 16 to October 30 | Monday to Saturday: noon-7 p.m. CLOSED FOR THE SEASON Mount-Royal Kiosk : Construction work has forced the closing of the stand this summer. It will reopen in the fall. Accessibility The public markets are already highly accessible. They encourage sustainable transportation and have added more bicycle stands, BIXI and electric BIXI stations, as well as electric vehicle charging stations. Jean-Talon Market Horticulturists’ stalls: All are now open Hours: Monday-Saturday: 8 a.m.-6 p.m. | Sunday: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Access: Driving: 320 underground and outdoor parking spaces ($) | Cycling: 110 spaces to lock bikes and two BIXI and electric BIXI stations | Metro: Jean-Talon or De Castelnau | Bus: 51, 55, 92 and 93 | Two electric vehicle charging stations (Dante St.) Atwater Market Horticulturists’ stalls: All are now open Hours: Monday-Saturday: 9 a.m.-6 p.m. | Sunday: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Access: Driving: 90 minutes of free parking in the market’s lot | Cycling: 200 spaces for locking bikes and two BIXI and electric BIXI stations | Metro: Lionel-Groulx | Bus: 35, 36 or 108 | Six electric vehicle charging stations Maisonneuve Market Les serres Dauphinais: now open Hours: Monday-Saturday: 9 a.m.-6 p.m. | Sunday: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Access: Driving: 90 minutes of free parking in the market’s lot | Cycling: 30 spaces for locking bikes and one BIXI and electric BIXI station | Metro: Viau or Pie-IX | Bus: 125 | Two electric vehicle charging stations

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A social economy enterprise, the mission of the Corporation de gestion des marchés publics de Montréal is to improve access to fresh produce through a network of public markets that brings Montrealers closer to local producers, market gardeners, retailers, restaurateurs and agri-food artisans. Since 1993, we have been mandated by the City of Montreal to manage the Atwater Market, the Jean-Talon Market, the Maisonneuve Market, six neighbourhood markets and three solidarity markets. A non-profit organization, our governance is based on a mixed board of directors, composed of five merchants and five residents of the Montreal agglomeration, and includes more than 200 members who commercialize at public markets.

Our mission

Improve access to fresh produce through a network of public markets that brings Montrealers closer to local food producers and artisans.

Our vision

Develop a network of public markets on a human scale that contributes to making Montreal an accessible, sustainable and healthy metropolis.

Our purpose

To allow families of producers and agri-food artisans to feed Montreal families.

Our values

Transparency – Conviviality – Agility – Diversity – Accessibility – Responsibility – Proximity

The Montreal Public Markets network is visited by more than three out of four Montrealers and allows, by promoting a short circuit model, to feed the population and offer access to local and quality products all year long, everywhere on the island of Montreal.

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