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Shopping in Quebec City

Quebec City is home to several shopping districts and malls and also seems to have good markets selling a variety of products.

  • Aux Petits Delices—part of the market at Les Halles du Petit Quarter, this vendor sells specialty cheeses, crackers, charcuterie, and condiments; 1197 av. Cartier
  • Bedo—a chain clothing store with stylish and affordably priced clothes; 1161 rue St-Jean
  • Benjo—a toy store with games, toys, children’s clothing, a café, a well-stocked bookstore with primarily French storybooks, and an electric train that can take you around the store; 550 boul. Charest Est, St-Roch
  • Camellia Sinensis Maison de The—a tea shop with 150 different teas from various locales including China, Japan, and Africa that have been primarily imported by the owners; 624 rue St-Joseph Est, St-Roch
  • Galeries de la Capitale—a large mall with 35 restaurants, 280 stores, an IMAX theater, and an indoor amusement park next to the mall; 5401 boul. Des Galeries, Lebourgneuf
  • Halles du Petit Quartier—a mall with restaurants and shops selling jewelry, fish, flowers, cheeses, pastries, breads, and other items; 1197 av. Cartier
  • L’ Heritage Antiquite—an antique store in the antiques district with Quebecois furniture, clocks, oil lamps, porcelain, and ceramics; 109 rue St-Paul
  • La Baie—a department store with clothes in all sizes from children’s sizes to adult sizes along with household items and cosmetics; Pl. Laurier
  • La Boite a Pain—a bakery with baguettes, multi-grain breads, dessert breads, sandwiches, and salads; 289 rue-St-Joseph Est, St-Roch
  • La Maison Simons—a Canadian chain department store with designer clothing, linens, and household items; 20 cote de la Fabrique
  • Laurier Quebec—the busiest mall in Quebec City with over 300 stores selling fashionable clothing, electronics, toys, and books located adjacent to two other malls, Place de la Cite and Place St-Foy; 2700 boul. Laurier
  • Le Blanc Mouton—a women’s clothing store with locally designed accessories, jewelry, and clothes; 51 Sous le Fort
  • Les Delices de L’Erable—a food store with products made from maple syrup including maple cookies and muffins as well as gelato; 1044 rue St-Jean
  • Les Promenades du Vieux-Quebec—a shopping district with expensive items such as clothing, perfume, and art as well as a restaurant and change bureau; 43 rue de Buade
  • Point d’Exclamation—artisans from Quebec designed the handcrafted bags, jewelry, hair accessories, paper, notebooks, cards, and paintings in this store; 762 rue St-Jean
  • Quartier Petit-Champlain—a pedestrian shopping mall with 50 boutiques, local businesses, and restaurants known for its Quebecois wooden sculptures, weavings, ceramics, and jewelry
  • Signatures Quebecoises—a basement clothing store with designer clothing and accessories; 50 rue St-Joseph Est, St-Roch
  • Zone—a popular electronics store with gadgets, tools, and accessories for home and office purposes; 999 av. Cartier

 

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