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It is the shopping opportunities in the French Quarter, stores along the Riverwalk, at the French Market, in Jackson Brewery, Canal Street, and the mom and pop shops along Magazine Street that make New Orleans a shopping Mecca. Whatever you are looking to buy and even things you are not. You will find in New Orleans. The Crescent City offers visiting shoppers antiques, collectables, arts, crafts, souvenirs and an unlimited choice of specialty items as well. Additionally there are a couple of very nice shopping malls not too far from the French Quarter.

Riverwalk Shopping District

Outlet Collection Riverwalk New Orleans *** Re-opening in 2014

The Riverwalk Marketplace will transform into The Outlet Collection at Riverwalk - the nation's first downtown outlet center - and reopen as a vibrant waterfront destination offering upscale fashion, local culinary flavors and the revelry one would expect to find in the City of New Orleans. During this redevelopment, Spanish Plaza will remain open and continue to offer shopping and dining options.

French Market in New Orleans

French Market New Orleans

The New Orleans French Market includes six historic blocks of unique shops and restaurants, a Flea Market and a Farmers Market. These three comfined offers some of the best New Orleans shopping. The French Market is located in the French Quarter between Decatur St and the Mississippi River, starting at Café Du Monde and ending six blocks down river at the Flea Market. While shopping at the French Market you will find an array of merchandise including fine art, clothing & apparel, confections, and specialty retail shops. In the Flea Markdet you will find that merchants from all over the world bring their wares to this open-air shopper’s paradise. Traditional items such as clothing and antiques combine with art, jewelry and crafts to make this a market of diversity, a community of culture. The Farmers’ Market at Ursulines and North Peters has full-service eateries serving breakfast, lunch and dinner PLUS a variety of fresh produce, fresh baked goods and fresh squeezed juices available from counter-top vendors! So don't pass up a vist to the French Market New Orleans!        Riverside Streetcar Stops #1, #2, and #3.
Fridays at the French Market * MARCH-SEPTEMBER 2011 * Last Friday of each month 4-7pm LIVE MUSIC! Hop-On/Hop-Off Bus Route New Orleans Street Car Route

Magazine Street in New Orleans

The Shops on Magazine Street in New Orleans

Magazine Street is a collection of mostly “Mom and Pop” specialty shops and neighborhood restaurants which offers its patrons a unique New Orleans shopping and dinning experience. Magazine Street is just minutes from downtown New Orleans. This 6-mile Mecca for shoppers runs from Canal Street to the Audubon Zoo. Magazine Street shops include antiques, furniture, art galleries, clothing, shoes, jewelry, rugs, books, home décor, gifts, and much more. For more information on Magazine St shopping visit my Magazine Street page.

Shopping in the French Quarter

French Quarter Shops

You could easily spend days visiting each of the French Quarter shops, which make up this small working historic town within New Orleans. While you shop in the French Quarter you will find souvenir shops, unique boutiques, gift shops, art galleries, jewelry shops, antique shops, mask shops, collectable shops and much, much more. You will find shopping opportunities through out the French Quarter but the greatest concentration of shopping will be found on Royal Street, Chartres Street and Decatur Street. New Orleans shopping in the French Quarter is a shoppers dream.

New Orleans Shopping on Royal Street in the French Quarter

Royal Street Shops * In the French Quarter

Royal Street in the French Quarter is known to locals as one of the best streets for shopping in New Orleans. Along the seven blocks of Royal Street you will find world-class galleries, antique shops, jewelry shops, clothing shops, collectable shops, boutiques, souvenir shops, and a vast array of specialty shops, restaurants and cafes. Several blocks of Royal Street are closed to traffic every afternoon to create a pedestrian mall. During this time, numerous street performers set up in the street. Though the quality of performers ranges widely, some of the best up and coming jazz bands in New Orleans can be seen here regularly.

The Shops at Canal Place New Orleans

The Shops at Canal Place * On the edge of the French Quarter

Experience upscale New Orleans shopping by visiting the Shops at Canal Place. Canal Place is home to many exclusive stores, notable designer boutiques, and anchored by Saks Fifth Avenue. Located at the foot of Canal Street on the edge of the French Quarter, Canal Place offers three floors of sophisticated shopping in a lush atrium environment with festive seasonal decorations. A food court, a movie theater; the Theatres at Canal Place and a live theater; the Southern Repertory Theatre are located on the third floor. On-site parking is covered and available at hourly and daily rates. New Orleans Street Car Route

The Shops at Jackson Brewery New Orleans

The Shops at Jackson Brewery * Across from Jackson Square

The Shops at Jackson Brewery, commonly known as Jax Brewery by locals, was once the brewing and bottling house of Jax Beer. But in the 1970s, the company owning the brewery went bankrupt, and in the 1980s the building was purchased and turned into space for French Quarter Shopping and restaurants. Today the converted brewery holds exclusive and distinctive New Orleans shops as well as nationally known stores. Drop into the monumental Shops at Jackson Brewery for a taste of New Orleans shopping and history. Located in the French Quarter at 600 Decatur St, The Shops at Jax Brewery offers four full floors of stores, attractions, kiosks, restaurants, bars, and cafés. Enjoy the best view of the Mississippi River and historic New Orleans from the Jax Promenade Balcony. Hop-On/Hop-Off Bus Route New Orleans Street Car Route

New Orleans Shopping at Oakwood Center

Oakwood Center Shopping Mall * Across the bridge on the Westbank

Do you want to do some New Orleans shopping at a good old shopping mall? Oakwood Center Shopping Mall is located at 197 Westbank expressway in Gretna, just minutes from downtown New Orleans. You just cross the bridge and take the Terry Parkway Exit. Anchored by Dillard�s, Sears and JC Penney, it features 360,000 square feet of regional and specialty shops. Oakwood Center offers real shopping choices for the whole family! Visit the Food Court, Forever XXI, Old Navy, Caf� DuMonde and over 100 specialty shops and kiosks. No matter �What Brings You Today,� you will find it at Oakwood Center!

Lakeside Shopping Mall New Orleans Shopping

Lakeside Shopping Mall * Metairie

Make a day of shopping in New Orleans at the Lakeside Shopping Mall. Lakeside Shopping Center is New Orleans most exciting retail mall featuring over 120 stores and boutiques, a variety of restaurants and much more! Just a sampling of the over 120 stores in the mall are Dillard�s, Apple Store, Brookstone, Dick�s Sporting Goods, JC Penny, Macy�s, Pottery Barn, and William Sonoma. They also have a huge food court, several restaurants including a Red Lobster in the parking lot. Lakeside Shopping Mall is located at 3301 Veterans Memorial Boulevard, Metairie just nine miles from the French Quarter. Lakeside Shopping Center is open 10am-9pm Monday�Saturday and 12pm-6pm on Sunday. You will also find numerous strip malls, fast food restaurants and dine in restaurants in the immediate area around Lakeside Mall.

New Orleans Arts Market

The Arts Market * On the St. Charles Streetcar line

If you are visiting the Crescent City on the LAST Saturday of the month then hop aboard a St. Charles Street car and head to the Arts Market. You will find it at Palmer Park which is the last stop on the St Charles Street car line. The Arts Market is presented by the Arts Council of New Orleans, is held the LAST Saturday of every month from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The Arts Market features handmade, affordable art and crafts from local and regional artists and artisans. Styles of art include Painting, Photography, Ceramics, Glass, Jewelry, Wood, and Printmaking, plus handmade clothing, soap, candles, and other delights. Between 50 and 100 artists display and sell their wares each month. The Arts Market also features live entertainment, food and beverage booths, and a children's activities area. New Orleans Street Car Route

Places to shop in New Orleans * Places to shop in the French Quarter * New Orleans Shopping Malls * French Quarter Shopping * The Riverwalk Market Place * The Shops at Canal Place * The Shops at Jackson Brewery * Lakeside Mall * Oakwook Center Shopping Mall * New Orleans shopping on Royal Steet * Shops on Magazine Street * Lakeside Shopping Mall