It's no secret that Quebec City, with its long history of fur trade is haven for those in love with fur products, and Les Fourrures Du Vieux-Port is one of its finest purveyors. The family-owned business has been operating for decades now and remains a staple for luxurious fur products. Choose from their extensive collection of coats, jackets, caps and other accessories. For label-enthusiasts, there's a restrained selection of designer fur coats as well. The expansive store, with warm lighting accents makes for a comfortable browse. Check website for more.
All you lovers of chocolate find your way to Érico, if you want to give in to your dark temptations. Take in the many objects on display at the museum. Furthermore, learn the secrets of chocolate making and also watch a video demonstration. Then move on to the most interesting part, ordering your choice of chocolates! Home delivery is available too.
Step into the Maison Jean-Alfred Moisan in Upper Town to find the oldest grocery store in North America. Old melodies, playing in the background, will take you back in time. The ancient interiors of the store go back to the 18th century. Besides being a grocery store, it also functions as a museum, an antique shop and even a wine and liquor store!
With a history that dates back to 1872, La Maison Darlington is one of the oldest clothing shops in the city. Specializing in winter wear, the boutique is well-known for its timeless designs with a smattering of modern trends. Sourcing from some of the finest designers, the boutique offers everything from jackets and coats to scarves and hats. There's a small selection of accessories like bags and wallets as well. Call ahead for more information.
Quebec's native department store has only recently branched out from this flagship location to downtown Montreal, but it remains an unique and essential stop on any shopping tour of Quebec. Focusing primarily on women's fashion, Maison Simons is broken down into various boutiques: La Guêpière sells hosiery and undergarments, formal wear, and so on. A smaller men's department shares an uncompromising commitment to good taste with many European-influenced flashes of panache. Considering the location and the quality, the prices are astoundingly reasonable.
Sandwiched between Laurier Quebec and Place Ste-Foy, this shopping oasis may look small when compared to the two behemoths, but more than makes up for its size with a fine selection of lifestyle boutiques. From trendy designer boutiques to specialty bookstores and other shops, the mall's collection is varied and offers something for everyone. Cool your heels and grab a bite at the food court offering and eclectic choice of eateries. Other guest services include currency exchange and cash machines. Check website for more.
A myriad of boutiques and specialty stores welcome shoppers to this picturesque street in Montcalm. From trendy fashion boutiques to popular local establishments, the street offers a truly mixed bag and lots of opportunities for unexpected delights. There's a large number of restaurant and cafes to fuel your shopping sojourn. Come evening, the streets get livelier thanks to the numerous watering holes and nightspots.
Montreal-based designer Philippe Dubuc rose to fame in the late 1990s garnering numerous accolades in the local and international fashion circuit. His eponymous boutique in Saint-Roch showcases his extremely popular menswear collection characterized by classic lines and innovative use of textures. Though the collection his heavy on black, the designs never get monotonous. The boutique interiors, done up in neutral colors, with minimalistic decor and cutting-edge lighting choices does well to highlight the collection.
A chain of home decor stores, Fabricville is located across Canada. This particular outlet of Quebec City is located on Soumande Street in the Vanier neighborhood. A mighty store, it features everything that you will ever need for your home. Right from furniture and upholstery to rich fabrics and accessories, you are sure to find all that you are looking for. Drop by at their shop, or visit their website, to see the massive collection on offer.
This candy store is a feast for the eyes as well as the taste buds. Its window on St-Jean Street, filled with candies and wooden toys, is so attractive that almost everyone stops or at least slows down to take a good look. The small establishment, Confiserie C'est Si Bon, is stacked with a large assortment of candies, chocolates, toys, teas and coffees; just like a treasure chest! "Wow!" is the expression most often heard from those entering, especially grown-ups who feel like they have just become kids again.