Québec City Shopping
Discover Unique Boutiques, Shops and Malls
Quartier Petit Champlain
Welcome to the oldest commercial district in North America. Stroll through the historical streets and browse the many shops. Whether you're looking for the perfect gift or a quaint spot to grab a meal, Quartier Petit Champlain is the ideal place to shop, relax and unwind.
Discover hidden treasures in the best antique shops in the city. Specialty shops, art galleries, restaurants and cafés also line the historical streets, with something for every budget.
Laurier Quebec Mall
2700 Laurier Boulevard
Shop 'til you drop at one of the biggest malls in Québec, where over 350 stores await the veteran shopper such at H&M, Old Navy, Buffalo and Aldo. Then take a break and fuel up at the food court.
2452 Laurier Boulevard
The second largest mall houses over 125 stores offering prestigious names such as Holt Renfrew, Browns, Zara, Rudsak and Nine West.
Visit a district favored by tourists and locals alike. From the avant-garde shops, to hip and trendy restaurants and nightlife, this unique street reflects the many styles of its visitors. Located in the heart of the city, the street boasts shops including Balthazar, Benjo and Hugo Boss, to name but a few. Visit this street for a truly unique Québec City shopping experience.
Must-see street for those who wish to explore the city, especially the mosaic of Québec shops, boutiques, restaurants, cafés, bars and show venues lining one end of the street to the other.
A few blocks away is Cartier Street, a popular entertainment and dining district. With restaurants, boutiques and cinema, this area is a haven where locals shop.
20, Côte de la Fabrique With its European-style cachet, this store offers shoppers all the unique charm of Old Quebec. The old walls of the 15,000 square foot store are steeped in history, creating a remarkable atmosphere not only for the store’s loyal customers but also for the thousands of visitors from all over the world who pass through its doors every year. The store was first expanded in the 1980s to keep up with company growth.
699 rue St-Jean Welcome - to J.A. Moisan the oldest grocery store in North America From the moment you cross our threshold, you are carried back in time to the "Good old days". We encourage you to take your time, at J.A. Moisan time is at a standstill. Feel uninhibited to browse and appraise not only our products, but also the traditional and rare objects which make up such a big part of our history. Seasoned melodies sail through the air flooding the soul with dreams while reviving long forgotten memories. Dependable staff is always available to lend a hand or answer any question you may have.
615 St-Vallier Ouest She may have a law degree, but Christiane Garant is an artist at heart. Owner and artistic director of Myco Anna, she combines a flair for business with a passion for fashion, and takes this eco-friendly Canadian label to the most prestigious runways. A one-time TV fashion consultant, Ms. Garant is recognized for her audacity and talent. The creative strength and adaptability of Ms. Garant and her talented team has led the company to post meteoric growth in the last seven years, despite a fiercely competitive fashion industry.
3 B, René-Lévesque Est - It is in 1986 when MARIE DOOLEY signs her first collection and proposes it to the shop where she works then as adviser fashion. The craze was immediate and the events succeed one another. Her boutique is completely dedicated to wedding gown, and evening dresses, MARIE DOOLEY conceive her collections of ready-to-wear clothing and of to measure sold retail to the floor of the ground floor.
Église Saint-Roch, 560, rue Saint-Joseph Est - 25 designers on the basement of the Church St-Rock on the trendy St-Joseph Street in Nouvo St-Roch.