The Shops At Jax BreweryCurrently Closed
- Address: 600 Decatur St, New Orleans, LA 70130, United States
- Timings: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-5045667245
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Shopping Center, Family And Kids
The Shops at Jax Brewery used to be a functional brewery from 1891 till the mid 1970s. Today the place accommodates a myriad of shops that add to the shopping streak of New Orleans. The highlight is shopping for tax-free products and getting quiet a bargain on branded goods.
The Jax Promenade Balcony offers a stunning view of the Mississippi river and is a famous attraction in itself. The cafes and restaurants are perfect to grab a quick bit at while the Brewery Museum updates you on the history of the brewery.
- Admission is free.
- By Bus:N. Peters at St Louis
- By Tram: Toulouse Station
- By renting a Car/ Bike.
- By Taxi.
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0.39% of people who visit New Orleans include The Shops At Jax Brewery in their plan
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My lucky Lotto numbers for the day from Jax Brewery. Feel free to play them but don't forget to cut me in if you win. We should probably see about buying the machine if we do. Good luck have fun.
Shops At Jax Brewery: Stopped in to get some touristy T-Shirts and some New Orleans memorabilia. Neat little place with a lot to offer any vacation shopper. Prices were a little high, but there was quite a selection to choose from. This 1890s brewery has been converted into a shopping center with apparel, accessory & gift stores. B+
Gotten pretty slim pickins few stores most were closed and many were just the novelty stuff that's everywhere. Not what it used to be. Been coming here for years.
Mostly chain stores, these days, sadly. But, strangely needed in that location. Great for a quick run for forgotten staples that you don't want to spend a fortune on. H&M and Urban Outfitters have saved me in a tight numerous times while vacationing near.
Found a great deal on a man's collared shirt embroidered with New Orleans logo. Small store with shirts, tourist items near the Steam boat Cruz. Small boutiques inside, some quite pricey. A nice cafe had outdoor seating and indoor bar with tables. Table service available. Outside had a fixed roof with open sides. Rains a lot. Quite warm and humid. We only ventured in a few stores so we wouldn't miss the Jazz cruise. Clean, welcoming mall type of stores.