346 Baronne St., New Orleans, LA, US, 70112
- Téléphone : (504) 524-1140
- Télécopie : (504) 218-4991
Since 1924, Rubensteins has been serving New Orleans with the best in apparel and accessories. This men's and women's fashion store is rated one of the top ten in the United States specializing in formal and casual apparel and various accessories. A person coming into Rubensteins can buy everything from hats to shoes. The service is unrivaled with a staff that waits on you hand and foot. There is also a full alteration service on the premises and free valet parking.
Find a beautiful piece of jewelry for that special someone at Adler's. A selection of quality jewelry, watches, chinaware, crystal, silver and giftware are for sale at this shop. Gift services are available for convention and corporate purposes.
This shop features the South's largest selection of hats and caps. Third generation owners sell head wear from leading manufacturers including Akubra, Biltmore, Stetson, Dobbs, Fiesta, Kangol and more.
If you love a good cigar, but can't bear to pay the high price for your habit or hobby, then this is the humidor for you. Established in 1974, the Cigar Company's specialty is premium brand cigars for the lowest price possible. Some of the brands they feature include Macanudo, Partagas, Dunhill, Montecristo, Cohiba, and Arturo Fuente. Cigars are usually sold in either 10 or 25 a box, but you may purchase them as singles.
This one's for the new age Humphrey Bogarts and Don Juans of the world. This small specialty store has been around since 1974 and is the eccentric smokers' ultimate stop. From collectors pipes, premium cigars and fine tobaccos to lighters and accessories, Payless Pipes stocks it all with passion and pride. Take home a Meerschaum masterpiece, go all out with a collector's dream like the Charatan's seven day set, or Dupont and Colibri lighters for company!
This French antique shop began in Paris, but relocated to New Orleans more than a century ago. A family-owned gallery, French Antique Shop has an international reputation for collecting and selling quality antiques. Its extensive inventory of lighting, furniture, chairs, mirrors and objects of beauty are drawn from both the 18th and 19th Centuries. Pieces are taken from such periods as those of Louis XV, Louis XVI, the Third Empire and Napoleon III. Gold leaf mirrors hang over marble tables that display marble statues. All are lit by bronze and crystal chandeliers fit for a king's castle!
A store full of gifts as unusual as its name. Gift your grandma with a walking stick or your sibling with a medical instrument. You will find the most distinctive items here, and at affordable prices. Pick up the old French and English antique reproductions. Located in the French Quarter you will find The Brass Monkey as an awesome spot to hunt for antiques.
Finding a treasure is half of the fun at Crescent City Books. This two-story retailer nestled in the heart of the French Quarter specializes in scholarly and antiquarian books. Collectors are sure to find a wide variety of rare and collectible books on history, literary criticism, philosophy, social history, and art in the tall shelves that line the walls of this cozy shop. The casual reader can also be satisfied with a trip to Crescent City Books. The new and used collections in store also include a range of fiction and non-fiction to suit everyone's tastes. A special section features books about New Orleans as well as books written by local authors.
Rothschild's is known as a fourth generation furniture merchandiser and is also a full service jeweler. Items that may be of more interest than the furniture are the antique and custom-made jewelry. They boast over ten thousand square feet to display the English and French furnishings as well as marble mantles and porcelain.
This upscale souvenir shop sits in the heart of the French Quarter on Bourbon Street. Gumbo Ya Ya caters to tourists, and has numerous offerings, including funky T-shirts for adults and children. New Orleans favorites such as voodoo dolls and Creole pralines are two examples of the extensive collection of New Orleans' keepsakes that this shop has to offer. The shop also sells current and retired Beanie Babies and other collectibles that are not unique to New Orleans origin.
If you are one of those people that likes little objects that do nothing, then Cass-Garr Company is the shop for you. The specialty items include bric-a-brac in enamel, bronze, glass and porcelain finishes. Tiny imitations of crawfish on newspaper, sit beside porcelain renditions of policemen, nurses and many other professions. So if you've got a quarter inch of space left on your dresser, take one of these treasures home!
Established in 1899, under the direction of the fourth generation of the founding family, Keil's Antiques offers a taste of all that glitters. The items found here may remind you of the many fine amenities at some of New Orleans best hotels. The upscale inventory includes rare antique jewelry for the collector or the lady with a taste for the golden past. Other items include chandeliers, lamps, crystals, lanterns and mirrors, which are sure to add a dimension of class to any room. The store also has a nice collection of English and French furniture.