Montreal’s Jean-Talon Market (Marché Jean-Talon) is an outdoor market located on the edge of Montreal’s Little Italy district. Open year-round, the market features various stands that sell fresh produce such as fruits and vegetables. Along with fruits and vegetables shops, you will also find cafes and specialty shops all around the Jean Talon Market. The Market is a great place to find specialty food such as tea, olive oil and so much more.
More Than 300 Vendors at the Jean-Talon Market
The Jean-Talon Market contains more than 300 vendors in its open-air market. You will find various food-related businesses located all around the Jean-Talon market. This includes butcher shops, fish stores, spices, Italian restaurants, imported goods and so on. The Jean-Talon Market is located between rue Jean-Talon and Boulevard St-Laurent.
History of the Jean-Talon Market
Constructed in 1933, the Jean-Talon Market underwent major renovations in 2004 to accommodate the large amount of visitors it gets every year, particularly during the summer months. The Jean-Talon Market is open year-round.