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- In the days of the mall shopping dying down, this is an unexpected gem. It is smaller, so it does no overwhelm. The Dillard's store was so much nicer than most I have been to. It was clean, quiet, and nice to walk around and explore. They have the cutest little shop there called Fab Finds that benefits the YWCA. Another unexpected pleasure was a turtle pond in the mall. So neat to watch the little fellers swimming. Easy in and out.Written 20 August 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This is a very small indoor mall in a very proud (higher income) part of Shreveport. There are only a few stores with a small indoor concourse connecting them. I guess that's where the mall part comes from. I'm not going to down it, but I consider it only average. Stein Mart seems to be their anchor store.Written 2 September 2016This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I purchased several abstract paintings, along with several graduation gifts from Nader's. Nice, knowledgeable staff too!Written 19 May 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Visiting Bertha Harris Folk Art Gallery will take you back in time. The artists depicts scenes from her early life living on a plantation in Northern Louisiana. Scenes include cotton picking, milking cows, cookouts, and daily life in the fields. Ms. Harris personally narrates the history of each piece of artwork, providing a glimpse into a way of life of which many of us have, or had, no previous knowledge.Written 29 July 2018
- Local gallant often showing one, good artist. Changed often so worth the 5 minute stroll through every time you come to Shreveport. For example see the below pix, Sunflower Trail, $800Written 29 September 2016
- This was a big disappointment because they are closed--no more brick and mortar, just totally online! I wanted to browse through the booths and see everything in person.Written 1 May 2019
- Found excellent prices on glassware from plain table glasses to fancy margarita glasses, cake plates, holiday glasses, and so much more. Fun place to shop.Written 29 August 2020
- Great, unique boutique carrying unique Mardi Gras items. Boutique has a great assortment of merchandise including clothes, spa items, toys and household items plus much more.Written 6 March 2020
- What a fantastic experience. I saw Blown Away on Netflix so I was interested in the experience. It was great girls weekend adventure. We got to participate in every step of the glass blowing process.Written 5 March 2022
- Amazing! Super friendly guys. Eric let's you pick out your colors and everything. It is pricey but let's be honest, how many times in your life are you actually going to go blow glass? They will even ship it to you, if you pay for shipping.Written 19 November 2021
- While visiting Shreveport, I did not expect to be exposed to something so wonderful, creative, and unique. Thank you Agora Borealis for existing. This gallery and marketplace rivals the best in New Orleans, but it's located on "The Other Side" of the state, and is definately worth a visit, especially if arts and culture is your thing. The prices are INCREDIBLY reasonable for locally handcrafted merchandise and the space offers a wide variety of things. I love that you can get a cool gift for someone with just $25!Written 27 August 2016
- This center has a mix of national chains and local shops. Definitely check out Buttercups for delicious cupcakes. Ivy and Stone has beautiful home decor. The staff at both stores were helpful and friendly.Written 22 November 2019
- The Farmers’ Market in Festival Plaza in downtown Shreveport is the spot on Summer Saturday mornings.
The 2022 edition is impressive to me with Southern Poutinerie doing unbelievable things to French Fries never before seen in these parts, as well as Dripp Donuts unleashing delicious insanity on sourdough doughnuts.
There’s live musical entertainment, fresh coffee, of course fruits and vegetables for days, there’s fresh meats and seafood. Homemade soaps, dog and cat treats, breakfast items made in person and ready to eat.
This is a fantastic place for young families as well as young couples.
I highly recommend this Market for a first date. Excellent place for meetups and a stroll around. Also great for people watching.
If you shop week to week, many items can be found here, and cheaper too.
The Farmers’’ Market is within walking distance of most downtown Shreveport hotels. Admission and parking is free as well, whether in the lot or at a meter on Saturday morning.
There is also a smaller Fall Market.
Buy local. Shop healthier. Support the Farmers’ Market.Written 19 June 2022
- One side of the store is actually hardware, pipe fittings, do-it-yourself sorts of things. The other side is a walk-thru of nice gifts, cookery with the Louisiana theme (especially the school in Baton Rouge) and clothing articles. While there the owner was shooting a video for internet use, I imagine, and he seemed to be a gregarious lover of things unique and Louisiana. That's basically the store. I recommend Christmas shopping. We will go back.Written 1 August 2017