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Souvenir du Quebec has served a popular city institution for quite a few years. It is a well-stocked souvenir shop which has an assorted collection of keepsakes for everyone. The shop has t-shirts, key-chains, maple syrups, post cards, mugs, tall glasses and many more interesting items. Walk in to the shop to get one of the best suited souvenir for your family and friends.
Indianica is a popular city art gallery specializing in Inuit and Native art items. A Montreal icon for quite a few years, it displays an arresting collection of locally manufactured souvenirs and art works. Navajo, Zuni and Hopi jewelry pieces made by local artists is also on sale here. Art and history lovers can also find unique hand-crafted products, fur accessories and other interesting souvenirs.
Raplapla has been a well-established cloth toys store in Montreal. Ppopular for the cloth doll without a neck, ears, elbows, knees and nose, it is adeptly run by Erica, woman behind the coy smiles of the toys. Apart from dolls there are stuffed animals, like cats and night owls for infants and toddlers. Walk in at the toy store or order online to give your kids some interesting stuff to play with and while their time.
Juliette & Chocolat is a confectionery boutique that features a wide array of chocolates; including Guanaja from South America, Manjari from Madagascar, and Jivara from Ecuador. This boutique operation offers a vintage selection from specific plantations and recipes from various countries. The specialty restaurant also serves classic dark, milk and white chocolates, as well as Grandma's style. Juliette's frustration with not finding a hot chocolate that fit her standards inspired her to open her own shop. For those with semi-nocturnal sweet tooth, check out the late hours this confectionery shop holds.