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Posted on: August 21, 2009 at 10:58AM

For a more relaxed atmosphere, cruise through the garden district and visit uptown New Orleans. Small boutique shops specializing in everything from brass beds to fans, with antiques, spas, and funky consignment stores line Magazine Street and St. Charles Avenue, as well as the surrounding neighborhoods. Be sure to stop in for lunch at St. James Cheese Shop on Prytania. They freely offer information and samples of over 300 cheeses, plus you can enjoy cheese boards and more al fresco, with a modest but excellent, well-priced wine list. For delicious tex-mex and homemade margaritas, visit Nacho Mama's. report a problem

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