Summer is starting and warmer days are on their way! With the sun out, outdoor markets have officially opened their doors. What better ways to get your fresh fruits and vegetables then by getting them from a market that has the best quality? There are several amazing farm surrounding the city of Montreal. Therefore, with that, there are great outdoor markets that open up every summer to provide residents with great options. Below are some of the best markets in the city and its surrounding for you to choose from. Make sure to check them out during the summer!

Atwater Market

Probably one of the most popular ones in the city. The Atwater Market is great when it comes to providing a little bit of everything. Be careful though, since it’s definitely popular, it does tend to draw a crowd and the market can get pretty busy.

Address: 138 Atwater Ave, Montreal

Marché Jean Talon

Another popular market is the Marché Jean Talon. Great variety and prices are quite competitive. You probably won’t find better pricing in the area for fresh produce. A definite must if you haven’t been already.

Address: 7070 Henri-Julien Ave., Montreal

Marché Fermier

Not as popular as the first two but just as good if not better. Marché Fermier offers a great variety of fresh fruits and veggies. Not only are you getting fresh produce, but you are also getting an education on best practices and how fresh ingredients can make a difference.

Address: 5039 rue St.-Dominqiue, corner Ave. Laurier, Montreal

Côte-des-Neiges Farmers Market

Just steps away from the metro, this farmers market offers seasonable ingredients depending on the time of year. Making the best of what nature offers, they also sell Christmas Trees around the holidays. Definitely worth checking out.

Address: 4818 Chemin de la Côte-des-Neiges, Montreal

Gardeners Market

Outside the city but definitely worth the drive, this farmers market provides everything you need and more. From fruits and vegetables to fresh pies cooked daily to meat and fish, you won’t need to go anywhere else once you’re done with this place. People from all around the city come here and once you come, you’ll know why!

Address: 1200 Chemin de Saint-Jean, La Prairie