Louisiana Shopping

  • French Markets New Orleans by aussirose
    French Markets New Orleans by aussirose
    by aussirose
  • Clothes
    by TravellerMel
  • Voodoo
    by TravellerMel

Louisiana Shopping

  • French Market

    New Orleans Shopping

    Of course just about every shop in New Orleans has the usual tourist gifts. Some of them, especially the T-Shirt shops are fantastic. In Decatur Street we did some gift shopping. Bought a pipe for a friend from the Happy Hookah shop, got some funny T-Shirts in the t-shirt shop (best one said "I got Bourbon Faced on Sh*t Street") and a nice...

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  • Souveniers

    New Orleans Shopping

    There is everything from masks, tshirts, shot glasses, voo doo stuff, hot sauce, skull stuff. Great place to get stuff for Halloween. A lot of the tshirts are risqué. Of course lots of bead, and other jewelry. There is art and antiques too but we just looked around and didn't buy anything.

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  • Riverwalk

    New Orleans Shopping

    I never got much closer that this to Riverwalk. Shopping is not my thing. Stores in Riverwalk include: Claire's Accessories Gap Get Clocked Perfumania Sunglass Hut Sunglass Nation The Body Shop The Limited Victoria's Secret Watch Station Mardi Gras Madness Creole Delicacies Tabasco Country Store Riverwalk Shirt Company Brookstone Christmas...

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  • Jewelry

    New Orleans Shopping

    The French Market is full of vendors selling jewelry, but Oscar Donahue III is the only one who is an artist: he actually designs and makes the jewelry he sells. His earrings and pins are bright and whimsical and are guaranteed to bring a smile to your face. They are truly a form of wearable art and are very reasonably priced. I own three pairs of...

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  • Voodoo

    New Orleans Shopping

    Creepy shop - but fun to browse. They sell all kinds of weird spells, candles, books of voodoo, gris gris, ingredients for potions as well as masks and tribal stuff from around the world. Definitely have a look-see - but do not take photos! There are signs everywhere, and the staff will give you the stink-eye. The sign at the altar says that taking...

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  • Pralines

    New Orleans Shopping

    I ordered Leah's original pralines based on the online reviews. It arrived promptly. Each praline individually packaged and boxed. Taste like sugar...JUST SUGAR. No one would eat it after the initial bite, not even the kids. Paid $36.80 with shipping. Ended up throwing 11 of 12 pralines (still nicely wrapped) in the garbage. Not recommended!

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  • Antiques

    New Orleans Shopping

    The story of Keil’s Antiques is one reaching back four generations. Originally from Alsace-Lorraine and coming to Louisiana as a girl, Hermina Keil spent time in St. Francisville before opening her antique store in New Orleans’ French Quarter in 1899. At the time, only two other antique stores existed in the Vieux Carré which was not the tourist...

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  • Art and Music

    New Orleans Shopping

    This is an Artist Owned cooperative gallery, where you will meet any of the 25 artists and designers each time you visit. Located in a Cultural District, there is no sales tax on original art. The gallery carries paintings, prints, photographs, glass, raku-fired clay, mixed media, turned wood, fiber arts, silk and hats. greeting card for $5.00 to...

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  • Clothes

    New Orleans Shopping

    My husband and I were walking around in the French Quarter late one night when we walked by the window display at Fleur de Paris - and I instantly fell in love with a hat. The sweetest riding hat in shades of blue with peacock feathers. I took the photo below, and we ended up in the same area the next day, so we went inside - "just to look". I...

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  • Cigars and Tobacco

    New Orleans Shopping

    The store is located on Magazine Street, one if the most well known shopping streets, in the old Orphanage Building, which is on the National Historic Register. It has a large walk in humidor, a smoking lounge, and a large covered porch for you to sit outdoors and have a beer, enjoy your stogie and people watch. Cigars, Pipes, and Tobacco products

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  • Mardi Gras

    New Orleans Shopping

    I took this picture as I was walking by the shop. It is a typical souvenier shop in the French Quarter, selling beads, post cards, T-shirts and other Mardi Gras stuff. I have no idea what the name of the store is or even exactly where it is. I just thought the mannequins in the store were funny.

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  • Jackson Brewery Shops

    New Orleans Shopping

    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...

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  • Shopping

    New Orleans Shopping

    Wasn't sure what to put this under as it applies to restaurants, bars, shopping and attractions but decided to stick it here. If you look for them, you can find lots of coupons that can really help stretch your travel budget. They range from "2 for 1's" on drinks, dinners and purchases, to reduced prices on tours, shows and entry fees. You'll find...

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  • Groceries

    New Orleans Shopping

    After the disappointment at the Old French Market (where we thought it would be full of fresh food) we went to Central Grocery. The locals come here for some imported food items (it’s a gourmet grocery store so it isn’t cheap) but the place is famous for the muffaletta, it seemed all the visitors come for their muffaletta which is advertised as the...

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  • Beauty

    New Orleans Shopping

    Although I likely would not have given this shop a second look, Sarah was interested in the unique look of some of the soap and bath products in Lush. Her friend Angela (ADawn412) loved some of the products from this store when she lived in London, so we thought we would give it a shot. Sarah is a big time bath fan, so her focus was mainly on the...

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  • Books

    New Orleans Shopping

    I love visiting book stores, this one was great full of books all over the place, a good collection of everything and (no surprise) a corner (in coffin shape! Pic 3) with Anna Rice’s books of course (they also have first edition signed by her) What we liked most were the books dedicated to the architecture of the city in general but also about...

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  • Shops at Canal Place

    New Orleans Shopping

    This is a shopping mall with a lot of exclusive or expensive shops including 301Canal Street Saks Fifth Avenue 504-524-2200 It is open Monday - Saturday 10-7, Sunday 12-6 Men's clothes 124 Banana Republic Men 504-581-9571 121 Brooks Brothers 504-522-4200 100 Gucci 504-524-5544 115 Kenneth Cole 504-410-1888 100E New Orleans Knots...

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  • Up Town District

    New Orleans Shopping

    Bloomin' Deals Thrift Shop is a permanent fundraiser for the Junior League of New Orleans, so besides finding some great deals, you are also supporting a very worthwhile cause! Bloomin'DEALS Thrift Shop hours: Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Sunday 12:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m. Closed on Mondays You can find very nice, great condition, brand...

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  • Sweet Shops

    New Orleans Shopping

    (February 23, '09) Just what is a praline? It's a carmelized cookie-sized creation containing brown sugar, butter, nuts and is a specialty of New Orleans! Please do not leave New Orleans before tasting PRALINES! Several shops carry these melt-in-your-mouth delicacies, so you will not have a problem finding any to take back home with you. However,...

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  • Treats for Pets

    New Orleans Shopping

    Three Dog Bakery caters to dogs tastes only. I bought some 'Beagle Bagels' for my dog. It was a very cool shop. They had barrels you could scoop dog biscuits out of, sample packages and doggy delicacies behind a glass display. As I was buying my Beagle Bagels, a man came in with a boxer who drooled all over the floor. He bought a Boxer Brownie for...

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  • Charivari: Cajun Wedding Guide

    Plan a Cajun Charivari witht he help of the Cajun Wedding Planning Guide on this web page. It lists what to do for an authentic Charivari: http://www.geocities.com/cajuncharivari

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  • Cajun T-Shirts and Gifts

    Bingo Man has the best designed t-shirts and gifts in Louisiana. He also sells things on the web so you can order things mailed to you. Louisiana has many local crafts and great food items. Some things to bring back would be coffee, pecans, spices, and packaged rice products. A t-shirt or 2 for friends back home or to remember your trip.

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  • Downtown Baton Rouge

    Downtown Baton Rouge you find the Main Street Market. It is an indoor market with all kind of Louisiana things on sale.We visited on a saturday morning when there was a small outdoor section as well.

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  • local products

    Angie and Paul bought us a basket full of local products.some of the products:- tabasco (hot sauce)- cajun hush puppy mix (did´t dare to try yet..)- chicken creole rice mix- jambalaya mix- creole sauce- red beans and rice mix

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  • Mall of Louisiana

    I was told this is the biggest mall of Louisiana. It's a two-level mall with department stores, specialty stores, full service restaurants, a food court, an antique carousel and a glass domed center court.It's open from 9 am to 9 pm. Normal prices like everywhere else.

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  • New Orleans

    There are 140 shops here to choose from. lots of local stores plus national ones like Sharper Image, Abercrombie & Fitch and Baby Gap. If you are looking for something uniquely Louisianan, you are sure to find something unusual here.Open Monday-Saturday 10am - 9pm and Sunday 11am – 7pm. Restaurants, bars and cafes may open early and close late.

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