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What a marvelous experience!! Almost endless array of enticing food and items for sale in a uniquely NOLA setting next to the French Quarter. This is s great venue for people watching, dining or shopping with several blocks of vendors arrayed under a vintage Farmer's Market. A must do while in NOLA.
Farmer's market has and offers everything you would want to take home from New Orleans. They have T-shirts, shot glasses, hats, food, souvenirs, etc. all in a compact area. Lots of locals and fairly good prices (inexpensive!!).
Definitely a must on any agenda if visiting New Orleans. Lots of little stalls with local ware.. Lovely stalls for food and drinks. Should try the seafood and aligator sausages. Fantastic vibe but they close early.
Cheap junk and rows of generic low quality t-shirts. Nothing more than a large crowded flea market. There are a few stands with nice pictures and artwork of the city but even they are not worth the crap you have to wade through to find them
I had mixed feeling about the market. Maybe on the weekend it is more interesting and perhaps because everyone raved about it. I found many things that were not made in New Orleans, and many items of inferior quality mixed in with some real finds.
Wish there was more variety when I went. Lots of repetitive items on sale. Heard it varies depending on the day you visit. Heard weekends were best, but the surrounding area and shops made for a neat walk / window shopping experience.
We were lucky that whilst we were at the French market we noticed a Flea/Farmers market on Wednesday from 2-6pm. To be honest it was nothing special and prices were just the same as buying them in the shops. There were speciality foods to purchase but again prices seemed a little higher than most eating places. Most stalls sold similar... 更多