Forget your first-semester Parisian French—the locals pronounce this curio-seeker's dreamland as "CHART-erz." It's an odd collection of shops, peddling...more
If you've been wandering New Orleans's streets and have caught a glimpse of a local's clever, well-designed T-shirt, odds are it came from Dirty Coast, an...more
Any other shop this size might be considered cramped, but Faulkner House does a lot with a tiny space. Shelves packed with Southern literature, rare first...more
A visit to the Kitchen Witch is like raiding your grandmother's prized cookbook collection. After Katrina, owner Philipe LaMancusa moved his funky culinary...more
Local jewelry designer Mignon Faget built her reputation on whimsical collections of Louisiana-themed rings, bracelets, necklaces, and other playful baubles....more
The city's initial recovery phase has been good to the Uptown stretch of Magazine Street, a former workaday commercial strip turned boutique row. This relative...more
Art lovers could kill a weekend browsing the upper part of the French Quarter, where art galleries outnumber gaudy T-shirt shops. Whatever your taste, you'll...more
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