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Alliance Franciase de la Nouvelle-Orleans
1519 Jackson Ave
New Orleans, LA 70130
The Alliance Française of New Orleans is part of the largest network of French language and cultural centers in the world. The Alliance Française is dedicated to promoting French language and culture, and to fostering friendly relations between francophones and francophiles of all racial, national and ethnic origins.
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A Musing Bikes
1818 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 208-9779
A Musing Bikes started in January of 2011 as a bicycle rental company located within the Corner Muse Coffee House. Although we only advertised rentals, we still had some demand for new bikes, repairs, and parts. We moved in September of 2012 to our old address right on Terpsichore St. to add new bicycle sales, repairs/maintenance, and accessories to our services.
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10001 Perkins Rd.
Baton Rouge, LA 70810
Founded in Wayne, Pennsylvania in the autumn of 1992, Anthropologie remains a destination for women wanting a curated mix of clothing, accessories, gifts and home décor that reflects their personal style and fuels their lives’ passions, from fashion to art to entertaining. We are committed, as always, to offering our customers signature products and unmatched service, both in our more than 185 stores throughout the United States, Canada and United Kingdom, and on
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2032 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 345-4554
Appartique is a one-of-a kind boutique locally owned and operated on Historic Magazine Street Row in New Orleans, LA. We specialize in unique American and European made mens clothing and shoes. The other owner is an antiques dealer and interior designer. The store carries an eclectic mix of American, Asian, and imported European antiques. Special emphasis is placed on stocking imari, majolica, palissy, tortoise shell, mother of pearl, decorative inlaid boxes, candle sticks, custom made lamps, unique lighting, hand made candles, European leather books, antique paintings, garden implements, and many…
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Avant-Garden District
2901 Tchoupitoulas St.
New Orleans, Louisiana
An 8,000+ Sq Ft venue and indoor/outdoor art and craft market focusing on positive cultural influence on the community while supporting local artists.
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Avenue Cafe
1907 St Charles Ave
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 301-2097
We offer the best coffees from around the world roasted locally each week and ground fresh daily! In addition to our extensive choices of coffee, espresso, and teas, we serve fresh made pastries, croissants, breads, muffins, and cinnamon rolls from the best bakeries in New Orleans. Our full menu of sandwiches, paninis, wraps, and salads is served all day, and this is a great spot to people watch overlooking St. Charles Avenue or use our free wifi to get some work done. We are one of only 2 places in…
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Bakery Bar
1179 Annunciation St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 265-8884
Sweets and drinks, all day long. Savory food available 11am to 11pm. Brunch starts at 10am on weekends! Happy Hour 4-6pm, Tuesday through Friday.
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Barrel Proof
1201 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70130
This whiskey isn’t going to drink itself. (from Featuring Pop-Up House of Dumpling
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Blue Giant
1300 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 582-9060
New Chinese restaurant in the Lower Garden District
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Buzz NOLA Bike Tours
214 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70130
At Buzz Nola your fun, comfort, and safety are our top priority. Our tours allow you to experience the sights, scents, and sounds of one of the most unique cities in the world. Sit back and tour New Orleans in comfort on our single speed cruiser bikes, designed with New Orleans’ infamously bumpy roads in mind. Strong, durable frames, fat tires, and wide seats mean you’re riding in leisurely style. Buzz Nola is conveniently located near you in the hotel district, only one block from the French Quarter. Don’t walk…
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Cafe Roma
3358 Paris Rd.
Chalmette, LA 70043
(504) 524-2419
The core idea is great tasting, wholesome food. In many varieties that range from innovative pizzas with an array of choices including hand tossed crust, appetizers, pastas, salads, bakes and desserts. Best Tasting Pizza in Town! Our pizzas are made using only the highest quality ingredients. We make our own dough daily and use only 100% real mozzarella cheese. Our crust is hand tossed and topped to your specifications.
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Chateau Sew & Sew
2103 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 533-9221
Chateau Sew & Sew is a modern, trendy fabric and sewing studio. The shop also offers embroidery services for items purchased in-store or customer provided.
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Claret Wine & Cocktail Bar
1320 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 766-9425
Wine bar in the Framework development in the Lower Garden District
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Coliseum Square Park
Camp St
New Orleans, 70130
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Coup d'oeil Art Consortium
2033 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 722-0878
With a focus on early career artists, Coup d’oeil Art Consortium opened in 2008 to stoke a fresh and dynamic contemporary art conversation in New Orleans. Having proceeded through an incubation period during which several models were tested, in 2013 Coup began promoting the work of a select group of artists by serving as their agent through networking, project assistance, studio space provision, exhibition opportunities, placement of works into commercial and private collections, and through the acquisition of gallery representation for the artists. In addition, Coup invites artists of all…
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Courtyard Brewery
1020 Erato St
New Orleans, LA 70130
New Orleans’ one and only nanobrewery located in the Lower Garden District. Serving beer made in house and guest draft from around the world. Visit The Courtyard for craft beer, food trucks and fun.
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Creole Gardens Hotel
1415 Prytania St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 569-8700
For over 14 years, The Creole Gardens Bed and Breakfast hotel has been a favorite with locals and out of towners alike. Convenient for both the tourist and business traveler — just minutes to the French Quarter, walking distance to the Convention Center, 3 blocks from the WWII Museum and art galleries, one block from the St Charles Ave streetcars (and the Mardi Gras parades too!) and standing at the gateway to the mansions of the Garden District and such uptown attractions as Tulane & Loyola Universities, the Zoo and…
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Deja Vieux Food Park
1681 Religious St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 248-9553
Louisiana’s first permanent food truck park is in New Orleans!! The park features a full bar, covered patio seating, one resident food truck and up to 6 additional food trucks.
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1379 Annunciation St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 522-4712
Housed in a century old historic firehouse we offer a hip, sophisticated fine dining atmosphere and a Contemporary Louisiana cuisine with Classical French and Southern Creole influences. We are a scratch kitchen that makes most everything in house from curing our own meats to churning our own ice creams and a whole lot in between! We have a premium bar and courtyard area with hand crafted cocktails and a creative wine list! We adopt a true French provincial approach to fine dining … let us invite you to our humble…
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Dirty Coast - Lower Garden District
1320 Magazine Street, Suite 105
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 766-0752
Dirty Coast is a New Orleans based t-shirt company. Run by locals, Dirty Coast has coined such notable phrases as “Be A New Orleanian Wherever You Are” and “New Orleans. So Far Behind We’re Ahead.”
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Dolce Vita Wood Fired Pizzeria
1205 St Charles Ave
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 324-7674
Executive Chef, Bogdan Mocanu, grew up Romania and worked in several culinary establishments in Europe before moving to the US. His dream and goal was to own and operate a pizzeria. He has worked for several restaurants including Chef John Besh’s Domenica. Chef Bogdan owned and operated a very successful food truck in Baton Rouge. Unfortunately a drunk driver destroyed his food truck and he was left with a difficult decision. Rebuild the food truck or move into a brick and mortar restaurant? He partnered up with Charlie Ruffolo, Director…
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Down the Hatch
1921 Sophie Wright Pl
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 522-0909
Welcome to Down The Hatch, one of the Garden District’s New Orleans Bar & Grill. We specialize in delicious & reasonably priced cuisine, including our house specialties and other customer favorites. Our cuisine entrees are served in a relaxed and welcoming setting that you and your friends and family are sure to enjoy. Whether you are in the mood to indulge in something new or just want to enjoy some old favorites, we promise that our inventive menu and attentive service will leave you truly satisfied. No matter what your…
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Emeril's Delmonico
1300 St Charles Ave
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 525-4937
Located on the famed St. Charles Avenue streetcar line, Delmonico, the legendary, century-old institution, is an icon in the restaurant industry and has been a cornerstone of traditional Creole dining since 1895. Reopened by Emeril Lagasse in 1998 after an extensive historic renovation, Delmonico continues today serving a modern style of Louisiana’s Creole cuisine with Emeril’s warm style of service in a grand setting.
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Faces of Virtue Makeup Studio
220 Julia St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 408-2794
Dee Rouzan is a professional makeup artist with extensive experience in the beauty industry. Her passion in makeup artistry began long before her career in makeup. With more than ten years in the beauty industry, Dee established Faces of Virtue, LLC in 2006. As the owner and lead makeup artist for Faces of Virtue, Dee studies the latest products and trends, which is a key factor in her superior beauty and products knowledge. Specializing in bringing flawless beauty to brides on their special day, Dee takes pride in providing her…
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Fat Boy Pantry
1302 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 239-9514
Fat Boy Pantry is home to a juice bar, coffee house, ice cream parlor, sandwich shop, and gourmet market.
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Felicity Church
1220 Felicity St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 457-8513
Felicity Church, a historic venue, stands tall at the corner of Felicity and Chestnut; just four blocks off of Saint Charles Avenue in New Orleans’ Lower Garden District. Her stately Gothic Revival architectural embellishments combined with her vintage brick facade leave little doubt as to the Church’s historical significance. Our hope is that Felicity Church will be the wedding venue in which your marriage story begins: a place as unexpected and uniquely beautiful as you are.
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Garden District House
1660 Annunciation St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 644-2199
Garden District House is just 10 minutes away from the French Quarter by the Street Car. It is located in the Heart of the Garden District, just 2 blocks off the famous Magazine Street. The Garden District is a locals neighborhood full of bars, shops, restaurants, and beautiful parks. (Facebook)
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GoGo Jewelry
2036 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 529-8868
Gogo’s is an eclectic shop that carries hand crafted jewelry by Gogo Borgerding along with other local, and national jewelers. Our price range is from 20.00 up to 550.00. (From
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Grandmother's Buttons
9814 Royal St.
St. Francisville, LA 70775
Susan Davis has told the story so many times it has taken on the aura of myth—how one afternoon in 1985 she was visiting with her 95-year-old grandmother, rummaging as they often did through the elderly woman’s life-time accumulation of keepsakes and treasures. That afternoon they delved into her many boxes of buttons, and Susan suddenly saw the possibility of a new career and cottage industry. Plucking a sparkling jet glass from the jumble, she held it to her ear and said, “Grandma, this would make a beautiful earring!” Her…
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Gris Gris
1800 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 272-0241
Burgers, gumbo, po-boys, hibiscus daiquiris and much more

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