Laurier Avenue West is known for its restaurants, gourmet food shops and specialty boutiques that teem with exclusive designer apparel, and original décor accessories and furnishings.
Bernard Avenue, located in a charming residential and business zone of Outremont, hosts turn-of-the-century architecture housing restaurants and design boutiques.
Du Parc Avenue, since the 1950s, has been the home of the Greek community, its restaurants and pastry shops. Alongside du Parc Avenue lies Jeanne-Mance Park, named in honour of the founder of Montréal's first hospital, Hôtel-Dieu de Montréal. Just across from Jeanne-Mance Park, on the slopes of Mount Royal, is the site of the tam-tam concerts, held every Sunday in the summertime.
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