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AISL 2017: Shopping


If you are the traveler who spends all of your time in bookstores, check out these.  All are located in the French Quarter.

Arcadian Books, 714 Orleans Street
9:30 am - 5:30 pm

Faulkner House Books, 624 Pirate's Alley,
10:00 am - 5:30 pm

Dauphine Street Books, 410 Dauphine,
11:00 am - 7:00 pm 

Librairie Book Shop, 823 Chartres,
10:00 am - 5:00 pm


The Shops at Canal Place (where Canal St. meets the river) | 333 Canal St. 
This mall features high-end shopping with Saks Fifth Avenue, Anthropologie, Donald J. Pliner, Jean Therapy, and lululemon.

The Outlet Collection at Riverwalk (adjacent to the Hilton Riverside; head down Canal St. towards the river and turn left) | 500 Port of New Orleans
Outlet stores such as Neiman Marcus Last Call, Coach, Chicos, American Eagle Outfitters and Clarks. 

The French Quarter has many boutiques and specialty stores.  Royal St. is famous for its European antiques.

The Shops at Canal Place | 333 Canal Street
Upscale department stores and boutiques such as Saks Fifth Avenue, LululemonAnthropologie, and Jeantherapy.

Jax Brewery - 600 Decatur St. (along the Mississippi River) t-shirts, souvenirs, and all things New Orleans

French Market - North Peters St, between Gov. Nicholls and Barracks Sts. The French Market itself resembles a farmer's market, but adjacent is a flea market, where one can buy jewelry, pottery, African arts and crafts.

Royal Street - (antiques)

Magazine Street is six miles of boutiques, restaurants, and antique stores.  
Pick up a New Orleans Magazine or look at to plan your trip.  Catch the Magazine Street bus #11 at the corner of Canal and Magazine Streets.  Ask the driver for a 1-day Jazzy Pass for $3.  This allows you to get on and off the bus as often as you like.