3 Best Places to Shop in Mid-City and Bayou St. John, New Orleans

New Orleans Museum of Art Gift Shop


Stocked with art and photography books, children's items, puzzles, jewelry, and locally made crafts, this gift shop is well worth a visit, even if you're not browsing the museum's exhibits. The shop has its own cookbook, as well as items created exclusively for it by local favorite jewelry designer Mignon Faget. You don't have to pay museum admission to enter the shop; just say you are shopping at the front desk, and you will receive a special pass.

1 Collins Diboll Circle, New Orleans, LA, 70124, USA
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Pearl Wine Co.


This wine-and-spirits shop is connected to Pearl Bar next door, and you can grab a bottle here and enjoy it at the bar. Besides wine, the store also has a well-stocked spirits selection with a wide array of Scotches, bourbons, vodkas, and tequilas. The shop also offers tastings and frequent wine classes that take participants on virtual wine tours around the world.



This shop specializes in inexpensive, everyday wines. The cozy neighborhood spot also has a wine bar that's a comfortable place to sip and learn about different vintages. Organized with colorful signs describing the bottles, including a "Cheap and Tasty" designation, the store has a small selection of cheeses and gifts too.

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