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Montreal shops?

tonup277

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Taking a quick trip up to Montreal this weekend - first time ever.
Can I get some recommendations of shops i should visit.
Shoe shops of special interest, as well.
 

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I suspect you will find Montreal uninspiring as far as shopping is concerned since everything available in Montreal can be found in the States for less. That said, you might want to check out L'Uomo on Peel. If it's any indication, it's the only place you'll find EG in the city and fwiw, I believe visiting celebs shop there. Aside from that, the upscale mens shop is Harry Rosen, downtown on Peel street (inside Cours Mont-Royal shopping centre) or in the Rockland shopping centre.

http://www.luomo-montreal.com/1introa.html
http://www.harryrosen.com/en/home.shtml

I do hope you will take the time to enjoy all the great food the city has to offer!
 

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I believe Zegnamtl can offer great recommendations here, but I haven't seen him post recently. As far as shoe stores are concerned, I believe Tony shoes on Greene ave in Westmount has a certain claim to fame, yet I was unimpressed by the offerings the one time I went there years ago.

http://www.tonyshoes.com/index.php
 

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Don't overlook Simons, Ogilvie's and Holt Renfrew- I was pleasantly surprised by what they had to offer when visiting Montreal in August. I think Montreal offers much better shopping than Toronto or perhaps even Chicago.
 

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Luomo-Montreal is da shit

 

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Originally Posted by mykel67
Don't overlook Simons, Ogilvie's and Holt Renfrew- I was pleasantly surprised by what they had to offer when visiting Montreal in August. I think Montreal offers much better shopping than Toronto or perhaps even Chicago.

I second the recommendation for Simons on Ste-Catherine street West (corner Mansfield). Take the escalator to the 2nd level for men's designer clothes.
 

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