Boutique Baroque, located in Old Montreal, is just like a treasure cave where you can find exotic pieces for your home from all over the world. It offers an eclectic collection of items for your home including lamps, candle holders, mirrors, vases, sculptures, paintings, furniture and much more. The concept of the boutique is to blend cultures, styles and eras creating no limits for a bold imagination. The selection of the items found in the boutique is a mix of an antique, mid-century and modern home accessories and furniture brought to you by passionate collector from every continent.Plan your visit to Boutique Baroque and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Montreal sightseeing app.
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Boutique Baroque reviews
I can spend a full day in this Store, Amazing collection of many items, great choices and prices, Bought the biggest Lady of Justice which is proudly displayed in my home. Just need the "Raging Bull..... more »
My family stopped in this summer to find really interesting gifts ideas and novelty items! This is a must visit for your whole family when in Montreal. Really different toys and collectables. I... more »
My girlfriend and I were walking to the Notre-Dame Basilica so that we could take a tour, but we ended up arriving too late, and the displays in the front window of this store caught our eyes. Now, from the exterior, this is great-looking store, packed to the brim with old electronics, tourist souvenirs, and other oddities. Apart from the haphazard selection of goods on sale in this store, there wasn't much to tip us off as to how poor our experience would be. First of all, the staff in this store is the least friendly staff in the city, hands down. From the moment we walked in, my girlfriend and I were stared down by the staff as if we were instantly perceived as thieves. My girlfriend is black, so I'm not sure whether this is racism on the part of the staff, or if they just have some kind of problem with the idea of a customer walking in. Other than being treated like a thief without reason, you aren't allowed to take pictures of anything in the store, presumably to force you to make a purchase and then share their poor-quality goods with your friends over the internet. Last but not least, everything in the store was outrageously overpriced. I am aware that Old Montreal is a tourist trap, having been a resident of this city for my whole life, but this is flat-out extortion. Seven dollars for a 4-centimetre masquerade mask? 75 dollars for a full-size mask that could be made out papier mache in five minutes? Don't waste your time in this store unless you enjoy being surrounded by unfriendly staff members who don't even have the time to say hello when you walk through the door.
By far the most beautiful boutique in Old Montreal. This the perfect place to find a unic gift, deco...
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