Good gourmet places to visit on Fleury Street

With its beautiful houses and tree-lined streets, the Ahuntsic neighbourhood is second to none in Montreal. Diverse and dynamic, its main artery, Fleury Street, has become a veritable shopping destination in what feels like a charming little village. Here are some excellent Ahuntsic places to visit when you stop by.

Mamie Clafoutis

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1602, rue Fleury E, Montréal, QC H2C 1S8

Considered to be one of the best pâtisseries (pastry shops) in Montreal, Mamie Clafoutis chose Fleury Street for her latest location. The white locale with vintage accents is located in the eastern portion of the artery. Visit Mamie Clafoutis to try one of their delicious Viennese pastries or to buy one of the bread selections made on site. You can eat in or take it to go.

Sweet Isabelle

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1584 Rue Fleury Est, Montréal, QC H2C 1S6

Sweet Isabelle is the brainchild of Isabelle Quinn, who has a passion for cupcakes and cookies. Her shop offers sweets concocted on site and cookie decorating workshops for kids and adults. You can place a special order or choose from her collection of cookies and cupcakes, which are baked fresh daily.

La Bête A Pain

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114, rue Fleury O, Montréal, QC H3L 1T4

La bête à pain is located at 114 Fleury Street West, a few addresses down from its big brother Restaurant Le St-Urbain. This caterer and bakery offers take-home dishes whose quality is comparable to those of St-Urbain.

La Consigne Beer Chope

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168, rue Fleury O, Montréal, QC H3L 1T5

Specializing in beer, La Consigne sources its collection from around 30 Quebec microbreweries. The niche grocery store also offers hot sauces and Quebec ciders. La Consigne regularly displays the menu of the neighbouring restaurant, Le Chien Rose, a "bring your own wine" (or beer!) restaurant, and offers beer and food pairings.

Citron que c'est bon

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61 rue Fleury O, Montréal, QC H3L 1T1

The fruit and vegetable shop and delicatessen Citron que c’est bon! offers fresh, quality ingredients, local products, and some imported products. The new store established on Fleury Street since February 2015 already has three other locations (on Masson Street, in Longueuil and in Mascouche).

Chocolaterie Bonneau

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69, rue Fleury O, Montréal, QC H3L 1T1

Founded by Yves Bonneau, a chocolatier by trade, the Bonneau Chocolatier shop is more than a chocolate shop. It is also a patisserie where you can find delicious desserts and a neighbourhood bistro that offers Breton crepes "as if you were in France." Its reputation rests on the quality of its artisan products.

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