Shops of the Colonnade

A Tisket A Tasket – 910 Decatur Street (504) 524-8482

Specialty bookstore & gift shop featuring Louisiana cookbooks, children books and regional books.  Gift baskets are filled with New Orleans food products & local snacks. Gifts include recipe potholders, aprons, seasonings and more.

Aunt Sally’s Praline Shop – 810 Decatur (504) 524-3373

Sample and see world famous Creole pralines in the making. Authoritative collection of New Orleans memorabilia, music, cookbooks, food and spices, cards and prints, gifts and more.

Baby One – 930 Decatur St. (504) 522-9918

Beautiful and cute clothing for the little one in your life.

Belle Louisiane – 832 Decatur (504) 523-7000

Packaged gift baskets, specialty coffees and an art gallery consisting of regional prints and posters.

City Sightseeing New Orleans – 700 Decatur Street  (504)522-3173

Hop On Hop Off Open-Top Double-Decker Buses are rolling in New Orleans and they are a BIG hit! Ride all day for one price. Hop off at the one of our convenient stops and visit the attractions along the route!

Dutch Alley Artist’s Co-Op – 912 N. Peters (504) 412-9220

An artist owned and operated co-operative gallery featuring the original works of 25 regional artists and designers. Each day, several of our artists work at the gallery, so you can met them! The gallery is located in the heart of a Louisiana Cultural District, so there is no sales tax on handcrafted, original art.

Take a virtual tour of Dutch Alley Artist’s Co-Op by clicking HERE.

Evans Creole Candy Factory – 848 Decatur (504) 522-7111

Voted one of the 10 best candy shops in the United States by “Bon Appetit.” Handmade pralines and assorted chocolates also hand-dipped on premises daily.

Galerie Cayenne – 702 Decatur  (504) 585-1050

Fine Art with the spice of New Orleans featuring the creative works of Marcus Akinlana and Shakor.  Come enjoy visual creations that depict the flavors, energy and muscial vibrations of New Orleans, sure to give you an essence of this wonderful city.

Gray Line Tours and Information  800 Decatur Street    504-569-1401

Locally owned and operated in New Orleans since 1924. Award winning unique tours include City Tours, Katrina, Ghosts & Spirits, Swamp & Bayou, Oak Alley & Laura Plantations, Jazz, Cemetery & Voodoo,  French Quarter & Garden District Walking Tours, and the New Orleans Original Cocktail Tour. Bus or Walking – daytime to nighttime.

Head To Toe – 816  Decatur Street (504) 528-9000

Extraordinary accessories for women including designer handbags, jewelry,hats and scarves. Large selection of men’s cuff links, ties, cummerbunds and hats. Beautiful children’s handpainted nightgowns and much, much more!

The Little Toy Shop – 900 Decatur (504) 522-6588

Exceptional quality European toys and children’s books. Collectible dolls and gifts.

Merry Christmas & All That Jazz – 820 Decatur  (504) 522-7860

A wide variety of Christmas ornaments and gifts that can only be found in NOLA.

N’Awlins Sports – 916 Decatur Street (504) 581-3016

Features team jerseys, caps, coffee mugs and beer steins, and logos for most college, NFL, major league baseball and basketballs teams.

OMG! – 912B Decatur Street (504) 522-8443

Specializes in vintage statues, antique religious prints, one of a kind art and hand crafted items like Virgins Saints and Angels jewelry and Crossroads Pottery.

Pop City – 940 Decatur Street (504) 528-8559

Specialty shop selling locally produced merchandise to include women and men’s casual apparel, collectible art and music, jewelry, locally published books geared toward the New Orleans genre, stationary, gift cards, make-up, soaps, and decorative housewares girt items.

Southern Candymakers – 1010 Decatur (504) 525-6170

We offer fresh, creamy praline samples.  Southern Candymakers provides New Orleans, along with the rest of the country, delicious pralines, caramels, toffees, custom chocolates, gourmet novelties and more!

Voodoo Harley Davidson – 812 Decatur (504) 736-9600

Licensed Harley-Davidson merchandise such as riding gear (including helmets, gloves, jackets and boots); designer apparel, general merchandise including clothing, signage and licensed Harley Davidson novelty products; and special order merchandise such as pool tables, lighting, dart boards and furniture. 504-561-0263.

WhatsNew – 824 Decatur Street (504) 586-2095

Home accessories with a New Orleans flair, including a wide selection of fleur de lis items and locally maded products; lamps by Flabeaux, seafood platters and dishes by Tika, pewter wear by Jon Margeaux and Italian clay serving ware by Abigail’s to name a few.



Shops of the Upper Pontalba


A Simpler Time–518 Saint Peter Street (888) 851-9088

Nostalgic art, decor, vintage signs and gifts.

Cellas Boutique – 514 Saint Peter Street

Cella’s Boutique is a fashion-forward women’s boutique specializing in excellent priced, high-quality clothing, along with unique and intricate jewelry. Also rich in accessories, it provides colorful scarves and fashionable footwear for every occasion!

Muse, Inspired Fashion –  532 Saint Peter Street   (504) 522-8738

MUSE, Inspired Fashions provides unique fashions for the Funky Diva and Metrosexual Male along with great customer support. Exclusive retailer for Virgin Saints and Angels jewelry, Old Gringo Boots and Desigual clothing.

NOLA Couture – 542 Saint Peter Street

Synonymous with the city it is based in and draws inspiration from, NOLA Couture captures the classic, fun and whimsical style of the Crescent City. At the heart of our line, silk and ribbon items are adorned with cultural and culinary motifs such as Gulf Oysters, NOLAgators, Shrimp Cocktail, Second Line, Seafood Gumbo and the city’s emblem, the Fleur de Lis. Preppy Gentlemen and Ladies accessories, seersucker, as well as Ladies Ready To Wear pieces will take you from an outdoor festival to the country club to Frenchman Street in style.  Making sure not to leave anyone out, children and dogs can also show off their fashion sense with NOLA Couture accessories.

Ooh Lala – 524 St. Peter Street  (504) 522-7554

Ooh Lala is a New Orleans gallery specializing in contemporary jewelry and art.  Find playful, collectible pieces made with Swarovski crystals and Murano blown glass, fanciful Venetian masks, Judaica and more.

Rendezvous Linen and Lace – 522 Saint Peter Street  (504) 522-0225

New items created from lace embroidered 20-40 years ago.

THE FUDGERY   631 Decatur St (504) 218-8610






Crafts Bazaar

Located between St. Phillip and Ursulines Street, next to historic Latrobe Park and across the street from the entrance to the Farmers Market.

Lalosh Silver – 1022-23 N. Peters Street (504) 913-0987

Handmade Jewelry.

Latin’s Hand – 1025 N. Peters (504) 529-5254

Welcome to the world of Latin’s Hand. Authentic, primitive handcrafts from all over Latin America. Hammocks, Panama hats, leather handbags, cotton cloth, ceramic talavera, etc.

Motherland African Art – 1021 N. Peters (504) 522-0722

A divine atmosphere and feeling of being in Africa! Artifacts, wonderful carvings made from wood, exotic oils and much more!




Community Flea Market

At Barracks and N. Peters Street near the Old U.S. Mint

Merchants from all over the world bring their wares to an open-air shopper’s paradise in the French Market’s Community Flea Market. Traditional items such as clothing and antiques combine with art, jewelry and crafts to make this a market of diversity, a community of culture.

Open 7 days a week, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.


ATM, 2 locations

Liberty Bank & Trust Company

910-B Decatur  (next to A Tisket a Tasket) & Flea Market ATM near Gov Nicholls
(by Flea Market offices)



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