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Laurier Avenue

Parc Ave, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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Laurier Ave

An authentic French neighborhood in Montreal, shopping, groceries, something more like a real... read more

Reviewed 26 August 2013
Annette G
North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Avenue Laurier

A long but very pleasant Avenue containing a park with plenty of squirrels,nice healthy looking... read more

Reviewed 19 August 2013
The Hague
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  • Poor3%
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Parc Ave, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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Reviewed 26 August 2013

An authentic French neighborhood in Montreal, shopping, groceries, something more like a real neighborhood than Rue Sherbrooke

1  Thank Annette G
Reviewed 19 August 2013

A long but very pleasant Avenue containing a park with plenty of squirrels,nice healthy looking young people,a supermarket,SAQ,various coffee shops(not the Dutch kind!) and arty shops,restaurants and cafés and houses with scenic cast-iron stairways to balconies with more healthy and good looking young people sitting...More

2  Thank Lotois
Reviewed 13 August 2013

Had a very European vibe. Some of the best restaurants I ate at in Montreal are located on that street. Has also interesting French (from France?) shops for shopping peppered throughout the street. Very nice.

1  Thank Walterz B
Reviewed 5 August 2013

Laurier street is a local treasure. If you know San Francisco, it will evoque Union street in a certain way. Magnificiently maintained, filled with locals going there for a meal or shopping. Though shopping here is really expansive.... Several outstanding and classic Montreal's restaurants are...More

4  Thank pierre d
Reviewed 4 August 2013

When you will drive down this street, you will be unimpressed. The old garage, car wash will not heighten your aesthetic senses, and you will reluctantly park in what you assume is the I reputable side of town. And then you will enter the establishment...More

3  Thank Nicole T
Reviewed 4 August 2013

Laurier street is in the heart of Outremont, an upper-class section of Montreal. Not tons of shops, but really good quality. A few good restaurants as well. Worth going if you have the time.

Thank Noella T
Reviewed 4 August 2013

We love the restaurants, shops and the neighborhood along Laurier. It seems so "non-touristy". There are cheese shops, an olive oil specialty shop, a lovely park - just a fun and relaxing area.

1  Thank frugaltravelers
Reviewed 29 July 2013

A somewhat quiet elegant street that has been transformed over the years to a now Montrealers and Visitors delight. A pleasant street of Boutiques and restaurants that are excellent and apart from the children's clothing stores not too pricey! The children's clothing store has lovely...More

Thank Ian H
Reviewed 26 July 2013

I chose to walk the a good portion of Av. Laurier in the early hours of the morning. Make sure to check out the impressive church as you approach the Park.

2  Thank SpanishteacherMD
Reviewed 6 July 2013

A nice stretch of Montreal in Outremount. The stores are charming from clothing boutiques to restaurants offers quite a variety. Nice ambiance, enjoy a stroll and walk over to St. Viateur Bagels.

Thank Rebecca091
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