Sherbrooke Street West
West of downtown, a mainly English-speaking clientele flocks to Sherbrooke Street for traditional grocery shopping, entertainment and clothing. The Victorian storefronts lend a British ambiance to the neighbourhood’s restaurants, pubs and shops. Once an enclave for Montréal’s wealthiest families, this posh area of the city is now lined with designer boutiques, antique stores, art galleries and many other places to pick up unique and high-end trends. Many of Québec’s leading fashion designers have set up shop on both de la Montagne and Crescent Streets nearby.