Pops Art – Popsicles in St-Henri



Continuing on my St-Henri tour (see yesterday’s post on Le Kitchen) I thought I should mention the quick stop I made at Pop Art which serves artisinal… you guessed it… popsicles!

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These popsicles are made with a wide variety of flavours and are not as sugary as the ones you’d find at your local corner store.  I visited them at their shop on a quiet side street in St-Henri but they are also found close to the Montreal Science Centre in the Old Port and at a few festivals (check where here.)

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Because of their low sugar content, I’d recommend something a bit on the sweeter side – I liked my banana-mango combo but a friend of mine had a lime-coconut version and was a bit surprised at how non-sweet it was.  Also a little warning – they are $3.50 a pop – not cheap but considering they are made locally with fresh ingredients I think it’s fine for a nice treat on a hot day.  Their St-Henri location has a quiet little courtyard with picnic tables where you can slurp up your popsicle.

Check out the Pops Art website here and their Facebook page!

Pops Art, 291 rue Beaudoin, St-Henri

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ps You can always follow my food & Montreal adventures on Instagram!  I definitely visit more places than I blog about so here’s where you can find out more.

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Michelle Little

Writer & Photographer

Originally from the prairies and now in Montreal, I love exploring new places, eating great food and modern design. I'm mom of two wild things and paper and cake make me happy. Photographing your cutie family would make me very happy.

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