United States Louisiana New Orleans
Shops of the Colonnade
- 1008 North Peters Street
- (504) 636-6400
Tips from the community
Walk the French Market: The French Market is a large, open air shopping hub to freely explore every day of the week. If you enter the French Market from the Quarter side, you will instantly be greeted by over 20 different food and produce vendors selling items such as freshly shucked oysters, cactuses, and spices. They also have meals and to-go drinks available. Grab a bite and head further into the market to check out some of the other vendors. People always have creative art for sale, but you’ll also find staples like souvenir T-shirts, hand decorated masks, and jewelry.
kaylee 1 year ago
This market is a flea market with restaurants sprinkled all throughout. Take a load off at the Market Cafe with live music, beignets and chicory coffee.
natasha 1 year ago
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