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Our New Orleans shop is on the perfect stretch of Magazine Street in the Historic Garden District. You can spend all day strolling on Magazine Street under the oak trees and veering off to see some of the grandest architecture this city has to offer. We love individuals who embrace the local culture – Kit and Ace does just that by featuring artisans in many different aspects of the shop, like a mural by Milagros Collective in our courtyard. Grab a coffee at District and come check us out!
-Amanda Colomb, Showroom Director
ARTIST ON THE WALL
Meet the Neighbours
Baru3700 Magazine Street
Enjoy traditional Colombian and South American cuisine, tapas style. Sit upstairs on the balcony at their new crudo and cocktail bar while you people watch.
Magasin4201 Magazine Street
One of the best Vietnamese restaurants New Orleans has to offer, Magasin offers flavourful cuisine in a stylish, modern space with a causal vibe and a BYOB policy.
Shaya4213 Magazine Street
Experience traditional Israeli dining at its finest. Try a selection of small plates and a variety of hummus recipes – their pita bread is to die for!
Stein’s Deli2207 Magazine Street
Located in the Lower Garden District, this Jewish and Italian Deli has perfected the art of the sandwich. You will find a wide variety in the deli as well as a selection of craft beer to pair with your meal.
District Pies and Coffee Bar
District Pies and Coffee Bar5637 Magazine Street
Don’t be fooled by its small stature – this cozy coffee bar packs big flavors into a diverse selection of savoury meat pies, fruit pies and cream pies made from scratch.
Raw Republic4528 Magazine Street
Raw Republic is a 100% organic wellness boutique with cold- pressed juices, organic cosmetics and lifestyle products. You will leave feeling relaxed and rejuvenated.
Cane and Table
Cane and Table1113 Decatur Street
Find tiki cocktails, rustic colonial cuisine and a gorgeous courtyard in the heart of the French Quarter. You can also enjoy happy hour specials seven days a week.
Krewe Du Optic
Krewe Du Optic809 Royal Street
Located in the French Quarter, this is a New Orleans-based and culturally inspired independent eyewear company with modern, iconic frames.
Bouligny Tavern3641 Magazine Street
Go back in time at this wine and cocktail tavern. It is a visually smooth environment filled with vintage furnishings, modern fixtures and, of course, fantastic drinks.
NOLA Brewery3001 Tchoupitoulas Street
Take a tour of this popular local brewing company then pop next door to their newly added taproom to try all of their beers and hang out with pals.
Tchoup Industries1113 St. Mary Street
Tchoup Industries’ mission is to to build environmentally conscious bags that last a lifetime and support a local community. After buying the best backpack in town, you can fill it with Disko Obscura’s carefully curated records and Dvra’s tropical printed bags.
Box Paper Scissor
Box Paper Scissor3900 Magazine Street
Looking for the perfect housewarming gift? Stop in and pick up a coffee table book and a personalized card or stationary (and have it gift wrapped in store).
Exodus518 Conti Street
This upscale boutique is filled with modern and bold statement pieces as well as a curated selection of contemporary lifestyle goods. Their clothes reflect the fun and creative atmosphere found in the Big Easy.
Blanc Beauty Bar
Blanc Beauty Bar4526 Magazine Street
Relax and rejuvenate at this beauty salon with quality products and an eclectic atmosphere. You can also book the salon for a mani-pedi party.
Audubon Park6500 Magazine Steret
Spend your day in New Orleans strolling under the Live Oaks, relaxing along the Mississippi at The Fly, playing on the golf course, or checking out the white alligators at the Audubon Zoo.
Tipitinas501 Napoleon Avenue
This music venue is by far one of the best in New Orleans. Celebrating local musicians as well as booking some of the biggest names in the industry, Tipitinas hosts one of New Orleans’ greatest loves – live music.
Contemporary Arts Center
Contemporary Arts Center900 Camp Street
The CAC is dedicated to presenting and promoting the art of our time. Check out this beautifully designed space featuring work from many emerging local and international artists.
Ogden Museum of Southern Art
Ogden Museum of Southern Art925 Camp Street
Learn about the art and culture of the American South through the permanent collection of paintings, photographs and sculptures.
NOMA Sculpture Garden
NOMA Sculpture Garden1 Collins Diboll Circle
Walk among 64 sculptures all resting in a beautiful garden directly next to the New Orleans Museum of Art. Afterwards, relax at Morning Call with coffee, beignets and the perfect park view.
Martine Chaisson Gallery
Martine Chaisson Gallery727 Camp Street
Hosting a wide variety of shows including paintings, photography, sculpture and more, there is always a new and exciting exhibit to relish.