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In the heart of the French Quarter, this voodoo shop doubles as a shrine to the famous Voodoo Queen, Marie Laveau of New Orleans. Psychic readings, voodoo dolls, statues and altars are the real thing, not found in other touristy spots. Whether you come to the Big Easy for business or pleasure, you can find an original souvenir and even learn a little something of the black arts from around the world at Marie Laveau's House of Voodoo.
Fifi Mahony's is a must-visit for all those who have a passion for pretty things and love to doll up in a spectacular way that promises to make heads turn. Literally! Walk in to find custom wigs, wild accessories, cosmetics for a special night-out or for a daily look. The place also offers advice on ways to present yourself creatively. Don a 'Cone Devil' wig for your Halloween party or the 'Eve' if you don't mind experimenting with pink hair. Happy with your tresses? Then opt for some blue eyeliner from the range 'Tony and Tina' or 'Urban Decay' products they have. Accessorize with matching sunglasses, hair clips and bracelets and set your own trend.
From the famed beignets of Cafe Du Monde to the fabulous farmer's/flea market going strong since 1812, this shopping experience incorporates buying, dining and entertainment all within a five block radius of the famous French Quarter. The French Market boundary begins on Decatur Street across from Jackson Square. While you stroll through you may see any number of items, including candy, cookware, spices and mixes, clothes, fresh produce, crafts and toys, memorabilia and even gator-on-a-stick. The Market is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and is free for browsing.
Poeyfarre Market specializes in bringing Warehouse District shoppers a variety of local grocery products from other area specialty stores, alongside pantry staples and fresh produce. For example, the shelves are lined with cheese from St. James Cheese Company, gourmet meats from Rare Cuts and bread from Dong Phoung Bakery. Poeyfarre Market also sells pre-made sandwiches and salads from The Green Fork and Sucre's signature cupcakes. Let's not forget their variety of beers, wines and liquor!
This modern day indoor marketplace is conveniently located close to the Ernest M. Morial Convention Center and the Aquarium of the Americas. This strategic positioning makes it easily accessible to families touring the museum and to businesspersons hoping to quickly pick up some souvenirs during lunch. Riverwalk Market Place is located on the Mississippi River at the junction of Poydras, Canal, and Julia Streets. It is home to 120 stores and restaurants filled with the best gifts, tastes, and styles in New Orleans.
New Orleans' Lower Garden District boasts many homes that are true architectural beauties, as well as a burgeoning arts scene. At the center of the neighborhood is Coliseum Square, noted for its collection of especially stunning homes, as well as vibrant tropical gardens. Stroll along Magazine street and find a slew of new boutiques and shops with a younger bent. Restaurants and bars are sprinkled throughout the neighborhood, making Lower Garden District area the perfect destination for a fun afternoon or evening of shopping and dining.