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Sandwich Place
“This is one of the top places in NOLA to get a true New Orleans po-boy. They offer nice outdoor sitting or inside sitting. ”
  • 306 locals recommend
Gift Shop
“Try the famous beignets and Community Chickory coffee! Located near the French Market!”
  • 282 locals recommend
Sandwich Place
“Stylish renovated warehouse serving elevated, pork-focused Cajun fare in a group-friendly setting.”
  • 119 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
“Satsuma Cafe hones a hipster vibe in the Bywater neighborhood. The vegan curry scramble with roasted sweet potato, kale, and cauliflower flavor blends are spot on. Mexican tacos and fluffy blueberry pancakes are hometown and out of town favorites. ”
  • 210 locals recommend
Beer Garden
“Great bar with lots of patio seating. Perfect for watching football games or sitting outside to enjoy good weather. ”
  • 159 locals recommend
“Bakery and breakfast/lunch place that makes delicious pastries, breads, and cupcakes Solid breakfast menu, including great breakfast sandwiches”
  • 164 locals recommend
Ice Cream Shop
“OK, I mentioned our neighborhood fabulous Piccola Gelateria, but Angelo Broccato's Gelateria and Pasticceria makes my mouth water at the mere thought. (Go to both and let me know which you prefer!) Authentic Sicilian gelato and Italian desserts. Previously located in the French Quarter, but now on Carrollton Avenue (not too far with wheels or about a block and a half from the Canal Street streetcar route.) ”
  • 149 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
“Screw Cafe Du Monde! Ride bikes up Esplanade and soak in the beautiful City Park while having coffee & beignets here! Don't miss the free sculpture garden across the street!”
  • 155 locals recommend

Shopping malls

Shopping Mall
“A shopping mall near the convention center featuring over 75 retailers and restaurants on the majestic Mississippi River. Also near the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas. ”
  • 80 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“A great shopping option just across the river at the terminus of historic Canal Street!”
  • 22 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Jax Brewery, a unique New Orleans landmark, was once the brewing and bottling house of Jax Beer from 1891 until the mid 1970s. Today the converted brewery holds exclusive and distinctive New Orleans shops as well as nationally known stores. A museum devoted to the brewery is free and open to the public. Stroll through the shops of Jax Brewery, grab a bite to eat or admire the view of the Mississippi River from the Museum or the building's beautiful patio. Shoppers find a wealth of choices at Jax Brewery. Located on several floors of the beautifully renovated old facility are dozens of shops including ladies ready-to-wear, New Orleans art and apparel (look for the crawfish shirts!), Louisiana food products, team sports wear and jewelry stores. The food court boasts several choices for casual dining. Jax Brewery is a French Quarter landmark for hip fun and shopping. Wander through the aisles and bring home a souvenir of your New Orleans vacation.”
  • 16 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Conveniently located should you find yourself in need of a spacious mall with a wide selection of major retailers.”
  • 7 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“World-class retailers. Locally celebrated designers. Modern movie-going experiences. Canal Place is Downtown New Orleans’ premier shopping destination for luxury fashion and beauty brands, boutique clothing stores, home goods and much more. Style your French Quarter excursion with the latest trends from Canal Place’s exclusive retailers or enjoy the latest blockbuster movie releases from the comforts of our full-service lounge-style theater.”
  • 6 locals recommend
“The Shops at Canal Place is one of two major shopping destinations just across the Mississippi River. It has a high-end retail focus to help scratch that shopping itch!”
  • 55 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“The French Market is a market and series of commercial buildings spanning 6 blocks in the French Quarter and New Orleans. Open air merchants bring their wears to a shoppers paradise. ”
  • 4 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Streetcar that takes you to the French Quarter, Central Business District, Superdome/Arena, and Amtrak station. $1.25 plus $0.25 for a transfer ticket. You can download the RTA app to purchase day/week passes.”
  • 2 locals recommend


“The hub of the neighborhood's scene: a variety of up-and-coming chefs each turn out their own dishes in this marketplace. There's also a bar and outside seating!”
  • 231 locals recommend
Fish Market
“This is where you buy your sacks of crawfish to go. Or your boiled shrimp. Other fresh seafood on ice. Great place to pick up some boiled or live crawfish, shrimp, crabs, and other seafood! Boiled seafood including crawfish and shrimp, Opens at 10am on weekends and 11am on weekdays (early birds get the best crawfish fresh out the berl) Take-out only, ”
  • 25 locals recommend
“On your way from the streetcar, you can grab what you need. Offers many local products and produce. ”
  • 10 locals recommend
Grocery Store
“Snacks, prepared meals, beer, wine, groceries and more. An upscale grocery store.”
  • 81 locals recommend
Public Art
“Great spot to get some cool souvenirs. Much better than the French Market in our opinion. Great stop to make when you are checking out the bars and live music on Frenchmen Street.”
  • 6 locals recommend
“Right on the corner of First and Constance. Walk two blocks for essentials. Decent selection of local beers. The family that owns and runs this store is great.”
  • 4 locals recommend
“Magazine is about five miles long, and has many blocks full of interesting shops, from high end art and antiques stores, to budget friendly bookstores and hardware stores. These are almost all individually owned--very few chains or franchises--so you will see things you don't see in most malls or big box venues.”
  • 2 locals recommend
“A local grocery store with a full selection. Fresh produce, meats, baked goods, liquor, beer & wine.”
  • 15 locals recommend