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The only riverfront shopping and dining experience in the French Quarter, Jackson Brewery or JAX, as it is affectionately called, boasts of more than 100 shops and restaurants offering regional and international food and merchandise. JAX also has many great places to stop for a quick lunch while touring the quarter. This is a great place to bring visitors because of its pristine beauty.
Radiant window displays of jewels and fine metals lure Royal Street shoppers through the door of Currents Fine Jewelry. This French Quarter jewelry shop specializes in original, high-quality pieces. Cases are stocked with traditional pieces in addition to more modern and creative works. Currents Fine Jewelry sets itself apart from other Royal Street jewelry shops with a large collection of Art Deco inspired designs. -Bethany Culp
Based in New Orleans, this is a unique store showcasing items that one needs for both learning and practising spiritual and religious ceremony. They have tons of voodoo items, dolls, masks, charms, books, spells, candles, and other awesome New Orleans novelty merchandise. They also perform spiritual readings in the shop from 12 pm onwards. Visit their website to check out their interesting products and store locations in New Orleans.
Le Monde Creole is a living history of the Locoul family through five generations. Shrouded by trees and plants, walk around the long courtyards, the patios and witness the journey of the family home through the turbulent times of American history. Pre-arranged tours are available in English and French, just call in advance. You will be taken through the French Quarter, eerie cemeteries and narrow passageways. Smoking is not allowed. Tours generally last for about two hours. Open daily 10.30a onwards.
W.I.N.O., also known as the Wine Institute of New Orleans, offers patrons the opportunity to develop their palates and savor each sip. Classes like "Intro to Wine," "Treasures of the Loire Valley," and "Food and Wine Pairing" provide educational opportunities for wine lovers at every skill level. A state-of-the-art wine serving system behind the bar allows W.I.N.O. to serve samples by the ounce, half glass, or full glass from 80 different bottles at various price levels. Between sips, check out W.I.N.O.'s full wine and liquor store. With more than 300 labels in stock, you're sure to find a bottle to take home.
Rouses Market is dedicated towards encouraging the purchase of locally-produced food products. If you wish to pick up a sandwich or soup for lunch or dinner, you can always rely on Rouses Market for the freshest items. Also, they sell a variety of sauces, cheeses, pickles and meats which are difficult to find any place else. If you are planning to cook something special, chances are you will find all the required ingredients here at the Rouses Market.