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guttube | Jun 14, 201701:27 AM     21

We have very limited time in Montreal and plan to visit Jean-Talon. Would Atwater be redundant? I wanted to go to La Fromagerie Atwater because I had heard good things about it. But I assume that the fromageries at J-T would be as good and possibly less expensive? In addition to local cheeses, I'm looking for Reblochon and St. Nectaire since those aren't available in the US.

And are there any favorite vendors at J-T that we shouldn't miss?

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