3 pastry shops to treat yourself this Easter

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Gassendie Jocelyn

Marché Adonis

A true Montreal institution, Marché Adonis features a pastry counter filled with authentic Lebanese specialties. Since it first launched in 1976, the family-run business has opened several locations across Quebec and Ontario, including one in downtown Montreal. Marché Adonis offers several Easter-themed desserts, as well as maamoul, a traditional pastry prepared in honour of Holy Week.
2173, rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest
groupeadonis.ca

Hof sucrée

Jeffrey Finkelstein, chef at Hof Kelsten bakery, is also the brilliant mind behind the outstanding Hof SuCrée pastry shop at Time Out Market. His pastries, cakes, cookies, and other signature dessertsfeature top-quality ingredients and are made according to Eastern European culinary traditions. The shop also offers several gluten-free options, such as chocolate truffle jello and caramel brownies. And make sure to check out his special Easter collection!
Time Out Market – 705, rue Sainte Catherine Ouest
hofkelsten.com
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Maison Christian Faure

Pastry chef Christian Faure owns a chain of shops whose reputation precedes them, including an elegant location in the heart of downtown Montreal. Discover French finesse and know-how at its best thanks to Faure’s exquisite pastries and other treats. Maison Christian Faure is also famous for its succulent Easter chocolates, which are made from the world’s finest cacao.
1225, boulevard de Maisonneuve Ouest