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  • 1. A Gallery for Fine Photography

    French Quarter | Art Galleries

    The rare books and photography here include works from emerging local artists like Josephine Sacabo and Jerry N. Uelsmann; luminaries such as...Read More

  • 2. Faulkner House Books

    French Quarter | Books/Stationery

    Named for William Faulkner, who rented a room here in 1925, this bookstore is designated a National Literary Landmark. It specializes in first...Read More

  • 3. Fifi Mahony's

    French Quarter | Jewelry/Accessories

    Anyone with a passion for playing dress-up and a flair for the dramatic will love this place filled with custom wigs, wild accessories, makeup...Read More

  • 4. Fleurty Girl

    French Quarter | Clothing

    Owned by the ebullient Lauren Thom, Fleurty Girl—its name is a play on "fleur-de-lis"—is the place to go for New Orleans apparel, home decor...Read More

  • 5. Hové Parfumeur, Ltd.

    French Quarter | Perfume/Cosmetics

    A must for perfume lovers, this store has been creating fragrances since 1931. Scented oils, soaps, sachets, and potpourri have been made on...Read More

  • 6. Lucullus

    French Quarter | Antiques/Collectibles

    With a focus on the art of food—preparing it, serving it, and savoring it—Lucellus is named after an ancient Roman known for his luxurious banquets...Read More

  • 7. M.S. Rau

    French Quarter | Antiques/Collectibles

    Antiques lovers may want to set aside several hours to marvel at the extensive collection here. Rare pieces, such as furniture from royal families...Read More

  • 8. Trashy Diva Boutique

    French Quarter | Clothing

    New Orleans–based designer Candice Gwinn puts a retro-romantic spin on the women's fashions she creates. Inspired by styles from the 1940s to...Read More

  • 9. Angela King Gallery

    French Quarter | Art Galleries

    Gallery owner Angela King renovated an 1850s jewelry store into a modern gallery that exhibits oil paintings, prints, and metal and cast-glass...Read More

  • 10. Artist's Market

    French Quarter | Art Galleries

    This co-op of regional artists showcases a wide variety of works, including handmade masks, photography focusing on New Orleans personalities...Read More

  • 11. Aunt Sally's Praline Shop

    French Quarter | Food/Candy

    Satisfy your sweet tooth with an array of pralines, made while you watch. The traditional version is concocted from cane sugar spiked with pecans...Read More

  • 12. Bourbon French Parfums

    French Quarter | Perfume/Cosmetics

    Opened in 1843, this Old World–style shop offers about three dozen fragrances for men and women, including a 200-year-old formula for men's...Read More

  • 13. Brass Monkey

    French Quarter | Antiques/Collectibles

    This small, charming shop specializes in Limoges boxes with design motifs ranging from small red beans—a favorite food in New Orleans—to baby...Read More

  • 14. Café du Monde

    French Quarter | Food/Candy

    This open-air café and New Orleans landmark serves café au lait (half coffee, half hot milk) and beignets (holeless doughnuts sprinkled liberally...Read More

  • 15. Cajun Clothing Co.

    French Quarter | Clothing

    A smaller version of the locally owned Perlis boutique on Magazine Street, this shop such items as polo shirts and neckties with crawfish logos...Read More

  • 16. Cameron Jones for Your Home

    French Quarter | Household Items/Furniture

    The contemporary furniture, local art, home accessories, rugs, art glass, lighting, and gift items in this petite shop meld a distinctly West...Read More

  • 17. Currents Fine Jewelry

    French Quarter | Jewelry/Accessories

    Owners Terry and Sylvia Weidert create a variety of chic, art deco–inspired designs in 14- and 18-karat gold and platinum. ...Read More

  • 18. Dashka Roth Contemporary Jewelry and Judaica

    French Quarter | Jewelry/Accessories

    The handmade contemporary jewelry on display here is the work of designer Dashka Roth and 80 other artists. The store sells necklaces, rings...Read More

  • 19. Dauphine Street Books

    French Quarter | Books/Stationery

    New and used books focus on local history, the arts, modern fiction, and out-of-print works, including a fine selection of antiquarian books...Read More

  • 20. Elliott Gallery

    French Quarter | Art Galleries

    Pioneers of modern and contemporary art are represented, with a large selection of prints and paintings by Marc Chagall, Picasso, and others. ...Read More

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