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    Armand Thiery: men's clothing and women too

    by gwened Written Dec 1, 2013
    Armand Thiery men's store at Brest

    The favorite brand I like, and at Brest it has a big store for men's clothing. You find everything you need to go from soxes to business suits,and very nice distinctive and innovating Outlook in casual clothing.
    open 9h30 to 19h Mondays to Saturdays.

    you will make it your one stop shopping in city center/downtown. Here is for mens but they have for womens too sometimes in same store and like here on separate stores.
    The womens store is at 13Jean Juarés, which is the continuation street of Siam past the place de la liberté.

    What to buy: this is one of my favorite fashion joints so most is purchase here. Brest store is big with lots of selection for mens.

    What to pay: great fashion cries at reasonable prices from casual to business.

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    La Librarie Dialogue: books etc anyone

    by gwened Written Dec 1, 2013
    La Librarie Dialogue

    This is a Library book store for discussion for chats,exchanges, and very literally introduction in Brest. right on the main shopping street, rue du Siam.

    you have many departments such as Bretagne - Cuisine - Art de vivre, children, Bandes dessinées (cartoons), Mangas - Multimédia,Histoire, sciences, travel, school, languages, university levels, police stories, literature, and philosophies

    contact numbers are
    Tel : 02 98 44 88 68
    Fax : 02 98 44 55 42
    http://www.librairiedialogues.fr/decouvrir_la_librairie/

    Its an independant Library where folks can read all day in nice seating. From their own initiative a site was created to help you find what you are looking for by combining the efforts and research capabilities of several libraries
    http://www.leslibraires.fr/le_reseau/

    What to buy: mangas and BD is what the boys come here.

    What to pay: competitive prices in all depts; independant library

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    Monoprix: Paris in Brest

    by gwened Written Dec 1, 2013
    Monoprix at Brest centre

    This is part of the great chain of galeries Lafayette and its an upscale discount store, but its a one stop shopping for food and clothing, pharmacy items and household small appliances all in city center rue du siam

    The stores back in 1997 became part of the groupe PPR when the 132 stores Prisunic were added. Groupe Casino has 21,4% and the rest is own by the Galeries Lafayette Later in 2003 the two own Monoprix in equal shares 50/50.

    What to buy: the last minute grocery shopping, and small gadgets to get that cook done well. you can also get your sundry items like shampoos here, and that late night dinner at your hotel or apartment.

    What to pay: convenience prices but plenty of choices

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    Brest Marée: fish ,seafood fresh

    by gwened Written Dec 1, 2013
    Brest Mar��e

    well I love the ocean, the fish,seafood is heavens for me been in Brittany near the ports. THis one is in Brest, right in the harbor area and walking distance from the château de Brest.

    The freshest nicest seafood/fish delights ready to take home or apartment. You can come by the harbor area or contact
    Mondays 9h-12 h and 16h -18h, Tuesdays to Saturdays from 9h-12h30 and 16h30-18h30; call or fax ahead at 02.98.44.00.12 or Fax 02.98.44.72.05 or email brest.maree@wanadoo.fr

    They do sale to wholesalers as far as Paris and Spain,and also do individual sales on site. simply delicious

    What to buy: fish and seafood, my moules mussels and great snapper fish are to be look after for. Generally all is fresh here, so get it for the home or aprt.

    What to pay: best prices off the boats

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    a l'aise Breizh: buy Breton

    by gwened Written Dec 1, 2013
    storefront A l'Aise Breizh

    This is a store full of Breton motifs, from table wares to mugs, to cooks aprons, to decoration items to clothing. All with the ambiance of the region.

    They are in several towns,and the one in Brest is on the right street rue du siam

    if you are near them and want something unique of the Brittany region then stop by them.

    What to buy: t shirts, and table wares such as table covers,towels etc.

    What to pay: regular store prices for unique items

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    Halles Saint Louis: marché Saint Louis

    by gwened Written Nov 5, 2012
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    you get your fresh groceries here,and we love it. Our stop on any city, we buy here even on vacation and do our thing back in the hotel or apartment. This one is one of the classic here in Brest at the district Saint Louis across from parking of same name. and walking distances to all to see in the city too

    Open every day except Sundays afternoons, the rest is from 8h to 19h. Sunday mornings there is also an outdoor market next to it .

    What to buy: veggies, cold cuts, meats, fruits ,cheeses, you name it the best fresh and from local producers

    What to pay: best prices for better quality produce

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    Espace Jaurés: shopping center Jaurés

    by gwened Written Nov 5, 2012
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    dept stores like C&A and H&M plus FNAC and au Printemps anchor this nice building at ave jean Jaurés. All very modern and comfortable, with great decorations and near city center.
    YOur one stop shopping in Brest

    What to buy: for the whole family but we were there for FNAC and its video games, cds,dvds,and books lol!!! but the dept stores have all you need.

    What to pay: dept stores prices but here a bit soother than Paris

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    Roi de Bretagne: Full fat pure butter biscuits and other delicacies

    by bzh Written Jan 24, 2003

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    Roi de Bretagne has a wide range of typical Breton stuff, from delicious biscuits to warm whooly jumpers.

    What to buy: Biscuits, expecially the Traou Mad ones, that are a little like Scottish shortbreads but nicer.
    Buckwheat flour to do savoury Breton crepes.

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    ALEX: Just Bags

    by Toyin Written Dec 21, 2004

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    Alex bag shop

    This shop sell only bags. It would be a heaven for ladies, as there are beautiful bags especially for women.

    What to buy: Just bags..bags, and bags.

    What to pay: Not as expensive as you get in Paris.

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    MONOPRIX: GENERAL SHOPPING

    by Toyin Written Dec 21, 2004

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    Monoprix.

    This is where you could do all your shopping at once.

    What to buy: Everything from tooth paste to Swim suit, food stuff etc.

    What to pay: All you have.

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