Get your souvenirs here. The prices are dollars cheaper on just about everything. The market also has some excellent food options. It's not huge, very easy to fit in between tours or sightseeing.
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You can support some great local artists here, or you can get some cheap souvenirs made in China. We chose to support a local photographer and buy some of her prints. You won't be disappointed either way. Lots to choose from.
The market offers kiosks and food options for a stretch of a block or two. While it may not be the Bastille Market in Paris this is a nice, quaint market on the eastern end of the French Quarter. It is worth perusing the market...More
I expected something more charming and natural, but rather found loads of stores of cheap plastic trinkets and not a great selection of food. The area wasn’t great for kids - groups of spaced out characters and it was dirty & smelly. I don’t write...More
We visited the market on a Monday morning, arriving by tram, which terminates at the end of the market. The market is outdoors, but covered and is in three sections. The middle section has lots of delicious smelling street food on offer. We did not...More
We alighted the tram at the terminus which is at the end of the French Market. As it was a Monday morning, I was not expecting many stalls to be open, but there was plenty of activity. It is colourful and cheerful. In one section...More
It's an open air covered market, and there was the usual tons of vendors selling their stuff. Almost every gift type item you'd want, and crafts and plenty of food too. We spent a few hours roaming around.