Another Christmas market is taking place at one of the oldest restaurants in the country all weekend.
The second edition of L’Auberge Saint-Gabriel’s Marché de Noël kicks off on Saturday and Sunday from 11 am to 6 pm.
The market offers Montrealers a little bit of everything just in time for the holidays, including trees, ornaments, reefs, treats, food, and gifts — all locally made and sourced.
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Local artisans who have set up shop at the market include:
- Atelier Sauvageon
- Beauties Lab
- Brasserie Amiral
- Charton Hobbs Quebec
- Girl Crush Gang
- Jardin Dépôt
- La Vieille Europe
- Maison Stoï
- Selv Rituels
- Summer memories
L’Auberge Saint-Gabriel’s 266 years of service has garnered it the distinction of being the oldest still-functioning restaurant in the country.
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L’Auberge says they will be offering hot drinks and snacks to outdoor passersby, where a fireplace will also be set up.
If you’re looking for a unique Christmas market this season, one that’s housed in a 266-year-old former inn is probably a smart place to start.
The restaurant tells all local businesses who would like to set up shop at the weekend Christmas market to contact Caroline at [email protected]