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We walked from the French Quarter to a medium size shopping center called " The Shops @ Canal Place ". This shopping center has too many High priced specialty stores for the area, like Sak's Fifth Avenue, Tiffany's, Michael Kors, etc. We know they want...More
Aside from the shopping (which is really sort of your usual selection of urban mall brands, plus an excellent movie theatre and we did go see a show there one time too), I suggest this locale as a good place to securely park, just forget...More
Great upscale mall to shop and wander around. The afternoon we visited they had complimentary wine, champagne, and Abita beer.
Great architecture with glass elevators. Open and spaceous stores including one with local art and craft items.
Parking is connected to the mall and usually...More
This is an upscale shopping mall. The anchor store is Saks Fifth Avenue. My favorite shop is Mignon Faget. She is a local artist who creates beautiful pieces of jewelry. There are several shops in this mall, but all are upper scale. It is a...More
Great if you want to shop or eat otherwise don’t bother.
Watch out for the people begging outside on canal street they can be very rude and I heard them saying disgusting things towards woman and even bringing up the colour of their skin to...More
Canal Place is the type of Mall you can find in and downtown area of any major city. They have the usual shops, theaters, food court and restaurants.
In the center of the Mall is the Westin New Orleans Canal Place. The restaurant and bar...More
We went to this mall as we were in the canal street area. The mall is upscale and has plenty of great stores for souvenir hunters and shopoholics alike. It has a stand alone Saks Fifth Avenue store as well. They have a movie theatre...More
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