As one reviewer said, there is nothing "special" about the rue Meynadier, but that's exactly why it is so great. Save for a few tourist traps, most of the stores are frequented by true "cannois", people going to buy fresh cheese, meats, a good bottle of wine, or pick up a new dress or pair of shoes.
There are very few streets like the Rue Meynadier in other countries. There is an authentic feel to the street that makes it special. It is not plagued with chain restaurants or stores like the Gap, Sephora, or Zara. The majority the stores and restaurants are locally owned. yet, it does not have the feel of a cheap market where bargaining is required. It's a nice street that is definitely worth a stroll. Plus, as you get towards the end of the street, you can hook a right and go up to the marché Forville, and that is another fantastic experience.
Have fun and enjoy, and please, keep an eye on your wallet and purses. There are many tourists there, and therefore pickpockets will be there as well.
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