If you enjoy shopping, dining, or old style New Orleans then be sure to make Magazine Street part of your New Orleans vacation. Magazine Street is a six-mile-long thoroughfare that runs from Canal Street to Audubon Park and hosts antique shops, art galleries, craft shops, boutiques, bars and restaurants. Most of the shops start at Magazine and Felicity Street. Magazine Street is accessible by car or bus from the French Quarter or Downtown New Orleans. The shops and restaurants along Magazine Street are intermingled with residents homes so plan on doing a lot of walking or pick up the Jazzy Pass that allows you to hop off and on the Magazine Street bus. Make a day of exploring Magazine Street!
Shopping on Magazine Street
The Shops at 2011 Magazine St
The Shops at 2011 Magazine Street is a marketplace that includes a unique selection of designers, artists and collectors who offer a varied selection of home decor, antiques, vintage, artwork, jewelry and gifts.
Magazine Street Antique Shops
La Belle Nouvelle Orleans Antiques & Architectural Accents is just one of the dozens of Antique Shops that you will find along Magazine Street. La Belle is located at 2112 Magazine St and their phone# is (504) 581-3702. For more information on antique stores on Magazine Street visit my Antique Shop page.
Talebloo Oriental Rugs * Magazine St
If you are looking for an Oriental rug then visit Talebloo Oriental Rugs at 2019 Magazine Street. They offer a hug selection of Oriental rugs in many different sizes. For more information on Talebloo Oriental Rugs call (504) 581-9700.
Brad and Dellwen Flags Shop * Magazine Street
Be sure to visit Brad and Dellwen’s Flags shop at the corner of Magazine St and Jackson Ave. This flag shop is a hoot. It has a huge selection of Louisiana inspired flags and also a vast array of other flags. They have sports themed flags; college themed flags; hobby themed flags, wind socks, banners, emblems, spinners and more. Inside the store you will find ceiling to floor flags, flags and more flags! The Brad & Dellwen Flags Shop is located at 2201 Magazine Street. Their phone# is (504) 527-5211
Places to eat on Magazine Street
Mayas restaurant is just one of the dozens of unique and specialty restaurants that you will find along Magazine Street. The cornerstone of Mayas’ menu is new and traditional Latin American cuisine from the regions of Central and South Americas to the Caribbean. Mayas desires to be the restaurant of your choice. Mayas is located at 2027 Magazine Street and their phone number is (504) 309-3401
Juan’s Flying Burrito on Magazine Street
While you are exploring the shops along Magazine Street be sure to eat at Juan’s Flying Burrito. This little Creole Taqueria has a unique tex mex menu and is a good place to get your Mexican food fix. Juan’s has done a great job blending Southern Creole flavors into typical Mexican plates. Juan’s Flying Burrito is a locals place and is usually quite busy. Juan's is located at 2018 Magazine Street.
Charcoal's Bourmet Burger Bar
If you are visiting Magazine Street and are looking for a juicy burger, some sweet potato tots and a drink, Charcoal’s is a good choice. Charcoal's Gourmet Burger Bar was founded in 2013. Their goal is to offer a premium quality burger with a wide variety of unique toppings. Customers can choose from one of their ten burger options; a house blend, Kobe beef, shrimp, salmon, turkey, elk, bison, venison, antelope or a veggie burger. To complement your burger Charcoal’s offer a number of exciting toppings which make for infinite burger combinations. You may also choose from one of their four in-house, handmade buns. Charcoal’s Gourmet Burger Bar has two floors; a fast counter seated service downstairs or a hosted seating dinner upstairs with a full bar. They also have a state of the art beer system that dispenses locally brewed beer at an optimum 32 degrees. Charcoal’s is located at 2200 Magazine Street and their phone number is (504) 644-4311