Jackson Brewery Shops, New Orleans

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600 Decatur St., New Orleans, LA 70130 504 566 7245
  • Jax Brewery at Night
    Jax Brewery at Night
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  • Jackson Brewery from the water
    Jackson Brewery from the water
    by grandmaR
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    Jackson Brewery Shops: The Jax

    by acemj Updated Nov 23, 2002

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    This mall (locals just call it "the Jax") is filled with souvenir shops as well as a few restaurants. You'll find Pat O'Brien's other location upstairs, a Virgin Record Shop where I escaped an afternoon rainstorm and spent over an hour browsing and listening to jazz. There is also a tourist information booth inside.

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  • Jackson Brewery Shops: Cute Shopping Mall and Food Court

    by peach93 Written Jun 3, 2005

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    The Jax Brewery Shops is in the building which once housed the Jax Brewery. It is a small shopping center containing a few tourist stores that sell film and water, etc. and also a few clothing and jewely stores mostly geared toward tourists. The reasons why I like the Jax Brewery are 1. Because of their second floor food court which overlooks the Mississippi: You can get an inexpensive lunch here and escape the New Orleans sun for a bit in their cool air conditioning. The food court even has a bar where you can sip drinks and look out at the river. 2. Because there is a public restroom here on the first floor which is good to know about if you've been walking around all afternoon drinking hurricanes!

    Jax Brewery at Night
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    Jackson Brewery: 110 Years Old and Still Going Strong

    by aphrodyte Written Oct 25, 2003

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    Fifty years ago, New Orleans was proclaimed the "brewing capital of the South." And before Prohibition, there were about a dozen breweries, the choices were intoxicating. The Jackson Brewery (purportedly named after Andrew Jackson) employed 500 workers and produced between 350 - 450 thousand barrels per year as the largest independent brewery in the South. It went out of business in the late 1970's.

    The Jax Brewery building became home to approximately 60 high-end shops and eateries when it reopened as a French Quarter mall in 1984. Part of the mall is the "Louisiana's Living Treasures", on the third floor, it replicates a typical Cajun village with displays and demonstrations. Also inhabiting the third floor is the Jax Collection. It is a museum of the history of the Jackson Brewery.

    When we were there...There was a wedding party heading up to the 3rd floor.

    Mon - Sat 9am - 8pm
    Sun 10am - 7pm

    What to buy: French Quarter Candy Market -- We got some magnets and a couple of gift baskets with alligator eggs (gum).

    Pat O's on the River, Café and Grande Terrace -- we had a great view of the Mississippi River.

    JAX Daiquiri Cafe -- I had the pina colada, it was good!

    Turquoise Gallery -- Native American-made jewelry and pottery.

    Bayou Country General Store -- classic kitchy souvenir stuff.

    The Jackson Brewery

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    Hot Sauce: Local products

    by acemj Updated Nov 23, 2002

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    Actually, I can't remember the name of this store, but it's located on the top floor of the Jackson Brewery Shopping Center and it specializes in all things New Orleans. This is a photo of an amazing selection of hot sauces!

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    Jackson Brewery Shops: Recycled

    by grandmaR Updated Aug 4, 2005

    We walked around this building from the Riverside Streetcar to get to Jackson Square and the French Market. This picture is from the Mississippi. It looks like an amazing building, but we did not shop there.

    This is a former Brewery building which has been recycled to house shops and restaurants.

    They have a food court on the 2nd floor which includes

    Baskin-Robbins . 2nd Floor. (504) 522-3164
    C's Seafood & Subs - 2nd Floor. (504) 561-5678
    Hotsy's Grill - 2nd Floor. (504) 522-5677
    JAX Daiquiri Cafe - 2nd Floor. (504) 522-5677
    New Orleans Fried Chicken -2nd Floor. (504) 524-7752
    Pizza + Pasta -2nd Floor. (504) 522-5677

    What to buy: The stores listed are:

    Big Easy T-Shirt Company
    2nd Floor. (504) 524-4729

    Cajun Clothing Company by Perlis -
    1st Floor. (504) 523-6681

    Chico's - exclusive private-label designs for women
    1st Floor. (504) 568-9783

    Denim Depot -
    2nd Floor. (504) 524-4729

    Destination New Orleans - New Orleans sportswear 1st Floor. (504) 524-4302

    Gumbo Kids Custom painted T-shirts and accessories 1st Floor.

    Home Team Sportswear-
    2nd Floor. (504) 524-3353

    Victoria's Creations - Vintage style clothing, jewelry, hats and accessories.
    1st Floor.

    Accessorize It.
    2nd Floor. (504) 529-5487

    It's About Time - Offers a wide selection of watches and other time pieces.
    2nd Floor. (504) 529-4400

    Majif Nails - Offers a complete nail care system for beautiful, healthy nails.
    1st Floor.

    Orleans Jewels - Fine jewelry
    1st Floor. (504) 525-3900

    Reddish Blink - jewerly cleaning product
    1st Floor.

    Silk Windsor - silk ties, handkerchiefs and ladies scarves.
    2nd Floor. (504) 522-7257

    Silver Star - Sterling silver jewelry
    1st Floor. (504) 581-5705

    Sunglass Hut International -
    1st Floor. (504) 528-9470

    Turquoise Gallery - Native American-made jewelry, pottery, Kachinas and other crafts
    2nd Floor. (504) 523-1223

    All About Names- .
    2nd Floor.

    Crystalix - 3-dimensional image etched into a solid crystal block.
    1st Floor. (504) 527-6429

    Home Team Sportswear- .
    2nd Floor. (504) 524-3353

    International Gift Shop -
    1st Floor. (504) 598-2599

    JAX Art Gallery -
    2nd Floor. (504) 524-8838

    Mardi Gras Parade -
    2nd Floor. (504) 529-4400

    N'Awlins Collection - New Orleans souvenirs
    2nd Floor.

    Old Tyme Photos -
    1st Floor.

    Street Scene - Woodgraphs
    1st Floor. (504) 558-0232

    Jackson Brewery from the water
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