Enjoy shopping and more fun things to do on Magazine Street

Take a trip to Magazine Street to explore boutique shops, artisan local restaurants, historic architecture, and more. Passing through the Central Business District,
the Warehouse District, the Garden District, and Uptown, Magazine Street is home to museums, bars, bookstores, and more ways to experience New Orleans culture.
Whether you want to explore by foot, by streetcar, or with a rental bike, Magazine Street has enough attractions to fill a whole day of your stay.

Octavia Books

Support small businesses with a trip to Octavia Books. This local bookstore on Magazine Street in Uptown New Orleans offers a wide selection of books in all genres. Pick up a good read for the plane ride back home or find a gift for the book lover in your life. The team at Octavia Books is always happy to offer suggestions.

Longshore Studio Gallery

Stop by Longshore Studio Gallery to see the work of artist Ashley Longshore. Her pop culture portraits are bold and playful. Browse the work at her studio on Magazine Street and snap a colorful selfie while you’re there. In a studio filled with paintings, sculptures, and more, you might just find the perfect statement piece for your home.


Raw Republic

Refresh with cold-pressed organic juices, smoothies, and more healthy options at Raw Republic. This juice bar offers a menu of drinks with natural ingredients like ginger, aloe vera, lemon, and more combinations that offer the perfect palate cleanser from the heavier traditional New Orleans dishes that you’ve probably been enjoying during your stay.


Casamento's Restaurant

Get your oyster fix at Casamento’s Restaurant. This old-school establishment has been around since 1919, combining Italian cuisine and New Orleans seafood to create a flavorful and satisfying menu. Guy Fieri, Bradley Cooper, and Peyton Manning are just a few of the celebrities who’ve stopped in at this family-owned restaurant. Casamento’s is closed during June, July, and August.


La Petite Grocery

Housed in a historic building that was originally a grocery store in the late 1800s, La Petite Grocery serves James Beard-award winning New Orleans cuisine with a modern twist. Enjoy innovative dishes like blue crab beignets and turtle bolognese paired with southern sides like grits and bitter greens. La Petite Grocery is open for brunch, lunch, and dinner.


The Bulldog

While you’re in Uptown, stop by The Bulldog for draft beers, cocktails and more. From IPAs to golden ales, The Bulldog has a wide selection for all tastes, plus a dog-friendly outdoor patio and a famous beer-tap fountain. Even if you’re not drinking, The Bulldog offers award-winning pub fare like crawfish banditos, amber fries, burgers, and more.



For contemporary southern cuisine with French influences and a commitment to locally sourced ingredients, enjoy a meal at Coquette. This bistro on Magazine Street offers small plates with selections like charred okra and lamb terrine, plus full plates with entrees like red snapper and smoked goat. Pair your meal with a glass from their rotating wine menu.


Aidan Gill for Men

Browse vintage-style razors, Mason Pearson combs, and more classic men’s grooming products at Aidan Gill for Men. This old-school barbershop in New Orleans offers a signature line of products, as well as haircuts, skincare, and more. Aidan Gill currently only provides mens haircuts, but the ambience alone is worth the trip.