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Eclectic collectors and professional browsers will love this six-mile long street which starts at the French Quarter and is known worldwide for its antiques and art.
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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New Orleans, LA
Lower Garden District
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+1 504-324-5633
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Reviewed yesterday

Some of New Orleans better restaurantsand art galleries line Magazine street. This street used to be very commercial following the docks along the river. Now it is very cultural. Definitely worth the visit.

Thank Ocean_Rover_Blue_Wat
Reviewed 3 days ago

So, many shops, so many restaurants, so much to see. We loved just walking the neighborhood, the homes are so charming, and the people were so friendly. we were New Orleans, on the latter part of June. took the St. Charles Streetcar one day, and...More

Thank Marcus D
Reviewed 1 week ago

Magazine Street has a hip, San Fran kind of vibe to it. It's a long street with many cafes, restaurants, little"shoppees" and boutiques. Out of the touristy madness of the French Quarter. It's kind of a local NOLA neighborhood.

Thank John C
Reviewed 1 week ago

If you go near Magazine street, you really need to have lunch or dinner at the Bon Ton. It has a lot of business during lunch for the local businessmen. Dinner is wonderful. Best turtle soup, I have ever had. White table cloths and great...More

Thank Kelly J
Reviewed 1 week ago

Great way to get put of the quarter. Lots of cute shops! Go see Arthur at Albert Brown Salon. Fantastic care there. Deannies and Roby Slipper are there too!!

Thank GayleHF
Reviewed 1 week ago

Magazine is a popular street now for its many and diverse shops frequented often by the people who live there but possessing a distinctive New Orleans feeling. Retail here is very popular in the uptown area. Think variety of product with lots of good restaurants...More

Thank gyzngalz
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you like places like Yorkville in Toronto, or Rue St. Catherine in Montreal, you have to visit Magazine St. in New Orleans. Visit some lovely boutiques for clothes, and Le Petite Grocery for lunch with your sweetheart or friends.

Thank Unimom2013
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My grandmother and aunts lived on Camp Street and Mardi Gras on Magazine St. Oh wow! Loved seeing how life is returning to the area, up and down.

Thank B4bland
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Well if you go to NOLA you have to walk the walk here. It is rather European in style. Long and idiosyncratic street full of bizarre and interesting shops and restaurants.

Thank mikis76
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Hmm . . . a "4" in many stretches of good cafes and shops and galleries, a "3" in most stretches of the long road, but what makes this street easy access is the #11 bus that runs from Canal street near the French Quarters...More

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bacrowe
18 June 2018|
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Response from Volboy13 | Reviewed this property |
You need to drive, there is no trolley / cable car service on Magazine Street. For breakfast go to Surrey's it was featured on Guy's show.
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Marilyn B
17 November 2017|
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Response from 12dbryan | Reviewed this property |
My daughter attends Tulane and lives in a rental on Magazine Street. I really feel she is in the safest place she can be. Magazine Street is beautiful and quiet for the most part. The restaurants and bars seem to be very... More
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Ntay
1 October 2017|
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Response from 12dbryan | Reviewed this property |
Yes, everything opens at noon on Sunday.
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