New Orleans Shopping Guide

New Orleans Shopping Guide

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Visitors in need of retail therapy will find New Orleans to be a great place to shop, especially for collectors.

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    This area is more reminiscent of a European 19th century city, with horse drawn carriages and cobblestone providing the ambiance. Higher end jewelry, art and antique shops are the specialty on this strip, which also has a handful of very nice hotels. The heart of the street is closed to car traffic during the day, making it an easy pedestrian destination.
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    A bustling, open air shopping center that can hold up over 220 vendors on a given day. You can shop for paintings, clothing and specialty items while enjoying the famous New Orleans street music and smells of fresh gumbo and jambalaya.
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    Situated in the heart of downtown, the new Riverwalk is next door to the Convention Center and close to the Cruise Terminal and the French Quarter. For city dwelling New Orleanians, the siren call of discount parking and mouthwatering brands like Neiman Marcus Last Call (the first in the state), Kenneth Cole, Coach and Forever 21 is irresistible.
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    Situated at the foot of Canal, this climate controlled shopping experience delivers retail élan for visitors and locals alike. There is a food court and the full service movie theater serves nibbles, wine and cocktails right at your seat, which could turn "The Shops" into one of the best ways to survive a hot summer afternoon.
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    Located in what once was the largest independent brewery in the South built in 1891, combine a riverfront location with a portfolio of national and local brands including Chico's and Gumbo Kids. The property has four floors of shops, cafes and boutiques, with the top floor offering some pretty spectacular views of the city. 
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    Oak Street has many claims to fame, including great local music and amazing food, but the compact street also offers some interesting shopping opps. Taking the St. Charles Streetcar from the French Quarter makes traveling here easy. When you get here, exploring the mile long street is done by foot. 
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    This locally owned specialty boutique never disappoints. Peruse through more than 2500 gift items on hand ranging from Mardi Gras masks to jewelry to home decor items. Guests lose themselves among the over-the-top inventory, and often spend time chatting with the friendly staff eager to help with that perfect gift purchase.
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    A full service new and used book store located in the French Quarter in a property where William Faulkner himself penned his first novel. The store specializes in literature unique to the city and by authors who lived or wrote here. It's a great place for new and experienced collectors to find limited and first edition prints of books by Faulkner, Tennessee Williams and other classics.
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    Whether you're in drag or not, you'll want to know about this quirky shop, where outrageous wigs in all colors of the rainbow, some towering Marie Antoinette style, keep company with theatrical makeup and accessories, all making for interesting browsing. It's not unusual to see a gaggle of girlfriends trying on blue bouffant numbers, assisted by the usually helpful staff.
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