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Dazzling chandeliers and an array or beautiful and intricate antique items ranging from quaint figurines to elegant furniture is what one can find when one walks into Grand Central Inc. The store is a treasure-trove of antiques specializing in light fixtures and furniture from the 18th and 19th centuries. From delicately designed table lamps to grand chandeliers, each piece is chosen carefully and adds to the collection. The wide variety makes it the perfect place to buy a birthday gift for a friend or to buy classy decor for your home or your office.
Old Time Antiques is an antique items shop situated in the city's south-west. hey stock a varied range of vintage items like chandeliers, antique mirrors, sculptures, furniture etc. They provide different services like, restoration of items to renting of antiques items. Renting of antiques items is for short team photography shoots as well as long-term assignments. This makes their collection optimal for movie production with easy lease options and adjustable extensions.
One of the trendiest streets in francophone Montreal, stylish Laurier Avenue also marks the dividing line between the Plateau Mont-Royal and Mile End. The most famous stretch lies between Avenue du Parc to the west and Rue St-Denis to the east. Here you will find classic Montreal architecture in residences, shops, bars and restaurants: beautifully maintained stone buildings, winding staircases and flower-boxes abound. Among the notable restaurants on Laurier are La Chronique bistro, and the Escale à Saigon.
Bagels, for the uninitiated, are round pieces of dough boiled and then fire-baked; the Montreal bagel differs from the New York variety in its smaller size. They are toasted with cream cheese or spreads and for sandwiches; most buy them by the dozen. Only years of practice will allow the connoisseur to distinguish between these bagels and those from St-Viateur, which lies one street to the north. Their various merits and flaws are the subject of endless local debate. Open 24 hours and seven days, they also offer a delivery service.
Lost & Found Shop is busstling a secondhand store of cloths and accessories for men and women. The shop also offers vintage furniture and house hold items. The concept of the store is to stock up good quality, vintage items that can be functionally used or serve as keepsakes. The products are carefully selected and go through a rigorous maintenance procedure before putting up on sale. The sale price is relatively lesser then the original price of the vintage items.
Monastiraki is unique collectibles shop and art corner at Montreal. It also organizes holding exhibitions, workshops for toddlers and adults, events which includes book launches, apart from poetry readings and mini-concerts. Their instructor Billy Mavreas, who is also the co-director of the boutique, conducts creative art classes for all age groups. The classes offered are for getting acquainted with visual poetry, text based visual art, intuitive and exploratory drawing etc.