© Francis Rudman
Where: SOUK MEZZANINE, Southeast Mezzanine at Level 2 of 1 Place Ville Marie // SOUK HABITAT on the 20th floor of 1 Place Ville Marie
When: December 1 to 5, 2021
Look forward to an exclusive experience during the 18th edition of this coveted local design happening in downtown Montréal’s Place Ville Marie. In addition to its modern SOUK HABITAT apartment-boutique, perched on the 20th floor of this iconic tower, the team is also proud to unveil SOUK MEZZANINE, a brand-new site on the ground floor where the public is invited to meet designers and browse their creations.
Where: Livart, 3980 Saint-Denis Street
When: November 12-13-14, 2021
Aire de jeux and nënë are teaming up to offer you a stylish market at the heart of the Plateau Mont-Royal. Discover a curated selection of objets d’art and artisanal wares, which will be unveiled at the Livart contemporary art centre. On the menu: workshops, meetings with the artisans, online purchases, as well as good food, drinks and music.
Where: Locoshop Angus, 2600 William Tremblay Street
When: November 27-28, 2021//December 4-5, 2021
The fifth edition of the Marché des Fêtes, in partnership with the Technopôle Angus et Le Phare, Enfants et familles, will reunite over 65 creators from Montréal and Québec over the course of two weekends. Don’t miss this excellent opportunity to get your hands on hundreds of locally- and lovingly-made products.
© Stacey Lee
Where: Église Saint-Denis, 454 Laurier Avenue
When: December 10-12, 2021//December 17-19, 2021
This grand, oh-so-Montréal holiday market and a darling of locals, is back for two weekends. Go there to celebrate independent creations by some 120 artisans, including a panoply of beautiful objects, clothes, ceramic wares, posters, leather goods and other tasteful treasures to tuck under your tree.
When: December 9 to 19, 2021
Where: Palais des Congrès, 1001 Place Jean-Paul-Riopelle
Running strong for 65 years now, the Salon des métiers d’art du Québec is a cultural and holiday favourite that offers you a bounty of beautiful finds in an ultramodern new space. Go see some 350 Québecois, Canadian and international exhibitors who will be showcasing their creations and sharing their unique way of seeing the world and art.
Where: Paroisse Saint-Ambroise, 6510 De Normanville Street
When: November 20-21, 2021 // December 4-5, 2021 // December 12-13, 2021
Experience the fun of two combined markets showcasing numerous Québecois artisans at the Paroisse Saint-Ambroise in the Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie neighbourhood. Unearth beautiful objects, handmade soaps, jewelry, clothes, accessories and delicious treats that will thrill young and old.
Where: Église Saint-Jean Berchmans, 5945 Cartier Street
When: November 20-21, 2021
Wander your way through this Ali Baba cave and unearth a thousand and one vintage and antique finds.
Where : Chez Ernest, 6596 St-Hubert Street
When : December 4-5, 2021
For this very first edition, meet at Plaza St-Hubert, Chez Ernest, comptoir de curiosités. You will meet a gang of green, smart, talented and go-getter entrepreneurs!
© Eva Blue
When: November 20, 2021 to January 2, 2022. Consult the site for the schedule.
Where: Quartier des spectacles
Step into a holiday wonderland at the Quartier des spectacles on Sainte-Catherine Street. Local and regional artists will be showcasing their wares in some 30 magical wooden shacks, while foodies young and old can sate their appetites at the many gourmet stands.
When: November 27 to December 23, 2021. Check their web site for details.
Where: North section of the Jean-Talon Market, 7070 Henri-Julien Avenue
The Jean-Talon Market in Little Italy is getting all decked out for the holidays. Experience the magic and gourmet treats of Christmas with festive terroir products (foie gras, cider, maple products), a tavern where you can order hot mulled wine and a Savoyard chalet where you warm up if you’re chilly. Don’t miss the Bal de lutins, which wraps everything up: there will be a free show for wee ones, along with sugar waffles. And Santa, of course, will be back for his yearly visit – ho ho ho!
© Village de Noël de Montréal
When: November 25 to December 19, 2021. Consult web site for details.
Where: Near the Atwater Market, 138 Atwater Avenue at the corner of Saint-Ambroise Street
A quaint and festive village of over 30 stalls has opened up near Atwater Market. On the programme: local and regional artisans, a tavern serving mulled wine and churros, concerts and free family activities at the Elf Kingdom, including a cinema sleigh and many other surprises. Don’t miss the gourmet event every Friday night, starting with the giant Raclette Party.
Where: 4268 Saint-Laurent Boulevard
When: November 5 to December 31
La Petite Station, the offspring of the incredible Station Service, is back with a new and improved 4th edition that will feature local, ethical and environmentally friendly products to spruce up your holiday season.
© Le Richmond marché et bistro italien
Where : 333 rue Richmond
When : starting November 27
Starting November 27, the Christmas brunch at Le Richmond restaurant will return, plus Santa will be stopping by the covered terrace so that kids young (and old) can have their picture taken with him. Just next door, Le Richmond’s traditional Italian Market will be expanding and offers families the chance to rediscover its festive Christmas ambiance and goods. Enjoy local products and a wide range of delicious treats, plus activities for young and old and gift-wrapping services. You won’t want to leave this little holiday heaven!
Where and when: online
With a line-up of close to 80 artisans, entrepreneurs and Québec artisans, buying local takes on a whole new meaning at the Marché de Noël Virtuel d’Idée Cadeau Québec. This virtual storefront will connect you to online boutiques and quality multibrand stores, including an assortment of cute toys for kids, fine food products for epicureans and beautiful objects to give your home décor more sparkle.
Wearing a mask or face covering indoors is mandatory in city venues. Numerous measures, including the vaccination passport, have been introduced as of September 1 to ensure the safety of visitors and employees. We suggest you call ahead or consult the web site of each venue for the most up-to-date information. For more details on the current situation in Montréal, click here.