138 Avenue Atwater , H4C 2H6, Montreal
Atwater Market is located in the district of Griffintown, close to the Lachine Canal. His name origin is coming from his creator; businessman and member of Montreal city council during the XIXth century: Edwin Atwater. Well situated near to Lionel-Groulx metro and Atwater popular avenue, this particular structure created by the architecture Leo Maltais, opened his doors in 1933. The bridge presence above the Lachine Canal may explain the popularity of this place. Indeed, bike riders oftenly stop nearby and brings a little taste of summer to the atmosphere Also, the Atwater market has the benefit of his indoor and outdoor stalls, easily adapting to the different season.
These stalls are highlighted by the local and imported produces, building the reputation of the Atwater Market. Thus, you can find butchers, groceries fish and cheese merchant within the market. This place sounds like the perfect spot for people looking for fresh produces or ramble lovers who would like to have a stop nearby.