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Old Montreal's Auberge Saint-Gabriel fireside Christmas market returns for another weekend

With its open fireplaces, wreath decorations, old stone and timber interior and places for fireside mulled wine, Auberge Saint-Gabriel's Christmas market is the most festive market this season.

JP Karwacki
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JP Karwacki

Much like Le Marché Spectaculaire's announced return to the streets of Chinatown this weekend, Montreal's oldest restaurant Auberge Saint-Gabriel is returning for round two this weekend as well.

Any Montrealer who missed out on last weekend will get another chance to go looking for gift ideas under the century-old wooden ceilings, take shots of the restaurant's open fireplaces and grab some hot chocolate and huff woodsmoke by the open brazier can do so again on December 12 and 13 from 11am to 6pm.

The restaurant itself is making hot drinks and snacks available that can be enjoyed outside by the fire they'll have set up for customers to get a breath of fresh end-of-fall air.

It'll be a repeat performance through and through as the same vendors as last time return like products from the international grocer and importer La Vieille Europe, beauty products by Beauties Lab, holistic products from Palo, cocktail and bar equipment from Alambika, plants from Jardin Dépôt, men's care products from Wisesee the complete list here—but Auberge Sain-tGabriel is inviting any and all vendors to reach out who wish to sell their goods as well.

"For all local businesses who would like to join Marché this weekend," the restaurant wrote on Instagram, "we invite you to contact Caroline at"

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