As one of North America’s most vibrant epicenters of cuisine, it’s no surprise that the best farmers’ markets make Montreal a buyer’s market when it comes to finding fresh and local fare. From Jean Talon in Little Italy to Atwater just south of Downtown Montreal, the city is peppered with seasonal and year-round markets that inform both the menus of the city’s best restaurants and the tabletops of locals, all of which feed our growing appetite for Quebec-cultivated greens and goods. So, whether you’re looking to shop for the fridge or simply stock up before you kick back in some Montreal parks, grab your tote and prepare to reap the harvests of these cream-of-the-crop Montréal markets. This is the kind of Montreal attraction you don’t want to miss.
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