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Located in the South West of the city’s downtown core, this area is fast becoming a trendy spot. “The Montreal community of Griffintown was a working class neighbourhood situated in the former southwestern downtown part of Montreal.
The story of the neighboring districts of Little Burgundy and Saint-Henri is an oft-told one. Both are working-class neighborhoods that were lively in the thirties and forties, but went into decline after new road infrastructure (like the Turcot interchange) isolated them during the urban renewal efforts of the sixties.
One of the city’s most prominent pastry chefs, Patrice Demers, has opened a pastry shop, Patrice Pâtissier, in Little Burgundy. The Notre-Dame St. shop opened Feb. 20 and offers classic sweets with inventive twists. “I’ve always worked in restaurants, but I have never worked in a pastry shop.
Located in the South West of Montreal (five minutes from the downtown core), Little Burgundy is a vibrant community, and a great place to live. It does, however, face challenges related to poverty,…
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