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Les Marchés Publics de Montréal

Food artisans wanted

Food artisans wanted,
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Types of location available

Restaurant zone – Seasonal space

📍​Jean-Talon Market
📍Atwater Market
Surface area: From approximately 200 square foot.
Available services:
– Water* and variable electrical capacity;
– Access to parking space.
Commercialization calendar: From May to October
Minimum required:
Jean-Talon Market: From May 3 to 20, 2024 (minimum of 3 days per week – Friday, Saturday and Sunday), from May 21 to October 14, 2024 (minimum of 4 days per week – Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday) and from October 15 to 20, 2024 (minimum of 3 days per week – Friday, Saturday and Sunday).
Atwater Market: 7 days per week during the summer season. All spaces are allocated for the 2024 summer season. Stay tuned for 2025.
Rate: Varies by location and commercialization period.

*Water supply only available for restaurant concepts.

N.B.: Tenants are responsible for their stall, including  design, construction and equipment. We’ll be happy to discuss with you, to help you decide on your approach and make the job easier!

Outdoor spaces (1-2 days)

Required: $2 million in liability insurance.
Market :
📍Maisonneuve Market – 8 spaces
Surface area : From approximately 100 square foot.
Available services :
– Access to parking space
– Water on-site
– Power supply (limited)
Seasonal calendar : Every Saturday from May 3rd to October 26th, 2024.
Rate : $50 plus taxes

N.B.: Renters are responsible for bringing all equipment for their operations. No equipment is provided.

  1. Access to a large customer base: 3 out of 4 Montrealers visit Montreal’s public Markets for a total of 3 million annual visits;
  2. Marketing and promotional support provided by the public Markets’ team;
  3. A unique direct sales experience and exceptional contact with customers;
  4. Event programming for all audiences;
  5. Supply network of fresh local produce;
  6. A tight-knit business community with nearly 200 tenant members who participate in the short-distance food circuit;
  7. Access to a charitable unsold-food reclamation project to contribute to community life. Available at Atwater and Jean-Talon markets.

In their words

Havre aux glaces

« There is a unique sense of kinship among the businesses here. I have locations on commercial arteries and I’ve noticed a clear difference. Here, we have a much closer relationship with our customers. » (Richard Lachapelle, Havre-aux-glaces, Atwater and Jalon-Talon markets)

Charcuterie Balkani

« There’s no better place than the market for selling our products. We can offer unique artisanal items to customers who know exactly where their food came from. It’s a hub for the short-distance food circuit and a great showcase for producers. » ( Daniel Joseph, Balkani – Jean-Talon Market)

Boucherie Maisonneuve
Délices de la mer

Interested? Be part of the adventure at our major markets!

If you have any questions, please contact the rental team at location@marchespublics-mtl.com.

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