Malls in New Orleans

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  • StephenCross
    Dublin, Ireland17,616 contributions
    Canal Place is of course at the far end of Canal Street near the casino. It’s a boring shopping complex with the same soulless chain stores.
    Written 12 February 2022
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  • FreeSpirit33527
    Longmont, CO106 contributions
    I hadn't been here for a number of years and so many cute shops are gone. There's no food court any longer, and only a few shops. It used to be a bustling place to window shop and snack...
    Written 4 April 2022
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  • The_Loup_Garou
    Phoenix, AZ166,281 contributions
    We had walked the full length of the French Quarter on Rampart St, then along its downriver edge on Esplanade, turning upriver onto Royal St, more or less heading back to our hotel in the Central Business District. Starting on Royal St at that end, one encounters quite a few residential buildings, with a few shops scattered around, on the ground floor. However, with but a few exceptions, as one approaches St Phillip St, things change, with shopping and galleries lining both sides of the street. Now, many of those buildings do have residential floors above, but the ground floors have been given over to the retailers, and gallery owners. The “mall” area, from about St Phillip to Bienville, is replete with great stores and galleries for window shopping, or even better yet, actual shopping inside – so many wonderful places, and many unique to New Orleans.

    On our stroll, we did detour for a moment, taking St Ann St, in front of the Lower Pontalba Building, to go to Jackson Sq, and then the Washington Artillery Park. We returned to the Royal St Mall via St Ann St, so as to not miss the artists at Place de Henriette Delille, and also stopped into the Rodrigue Studio, at Royal and Pere Antoine Alley.

    With the Winter sun shining in a clear sky, it was a wonderful day to stroll the Royal St Mall – though all we did was look this time, with no purchases.
    Written 18 January 2018
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  • JoAnne C
    Clearwater, FL145 contributions
    We stopped here as part of our walking tour of the Garden District to get a beverage and use the bathroom. None of the shops were open except the coffee shop. Unfortunately, it was packed and the line to the bathroom was even longer. The Rink bathroom, which required a quarter to get into, wasn't working. Of course, we had to run into the old hag mask nazi who was snapping at people to cover their noses, so we left.
    Written 26 March 2021
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  • K. T
    New Orleans, LA1,333 contributions
    Your typical average mall. Nothing really special to make it stand out. There is a New Orleans Seafood on the mall premises. The food court is small. Some stores include Bath & body,The Children’s Place,Old Navy. I believe JC Penny serves as one of the anchor department store.Ample Parking.
    Written 6 January 2018
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  • Amylyn739698
    Branson, MO122 contributions
    Got my Denver Bronco's beads here and some great NOLA stickers for mine and my daughter's cars! Pretty good prices too!
    Written 5 November 2017
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