Little Italy at a glance Delineated to the south by Bellechasse, to the north by Jean-Talon, to the west by Saint-Laurent and to the east by Saint-Denis, this neighbourhood stars one of the city’s most famous food attractions, Jean-Talon Market, among the biggest and best four-season public markets…
Trendy italian quarters in montreal, for perfect pasta, pizza, bakery and coffee
Charming neighborhood with pizzerias, gelaterias and bakeries. Jean Talon farmer’s market is open year-round so you can find special local and artisanal produce anytime you are in town!
Walk down little Italy , sip on a coffee , enjoy the local bakeries !
“Obviously since my primary hosting location is here I have to say I love it. Great mixed community of families and young professionals living in the neighbourhood. Renowned for it’s social atmosphere you will see people spending their whole days enjoying a good cup of coffee and conversation.”
“Walk around, taste local produce and discover a variety of international dishes. Good coffee, good bread and good restaurants for a fine dinning, casual brunch or friendly get-out. ”
“This is a neighbourhood steeped in history, with an abundance of historical sights to see. The best way to discover Chinatown is on foot, with a leisurely stroll through its colourful streets.”
“PARC-EXTENSION: COSMOPOLITAN LIVING AT ITS BEST Parc-Ex, as the locals call it, has the lively spirit of a neighbourhood close to everything. With Jean-Talon Market only 15 minutes away, the neighbourhood offers a multitude of services and a vitality that appeals to young families.”
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“The plateau Mont Royal neighborhood is 5 minutes walk from the unit and offers a view of how most montrealers live. Go here for shopping on mont royal street, independent bakeries, iconic exterior stairs on most building and beautiful parks”