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The Historic French Market (United States)

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The Historic French Market, {CATEGORY}

Legend has it that the site of the French Market was originally used by Native Americans as a bartering market. It began to grow into an official market in 1812. From around 1840 to 1870, it was part of Gallatin Street, an impossibly rough area so full of bars, drunken sailors, and criminals of every shape and size that it made Bourbon Street look like Disneyland. Today it's a mixed bag, and not nearly as colorful as its past. Still, both sections have been spiffed up with an extensive renovation that was completed in late 2007. The farmers market makes a fun amble as you admire everything from fresh produce and fish to more tourist-oriented items like hot sauces and Cajun and Creole mixes. (Tip: Don't buy that stuff here. The markups are absurd. If you have the time, get someone to take you to a proper supermarket, like the Winn-Dixie, and buy it all there). Snacks like gator on a stick (when was the last time you had that?) will amuse the kids. The flea market, a bit farther down from the Farmers Market, is considered a must-shop place, but the reality is that many of the goods are kind of junky: T-shirts, jewelry, hats, purses, toys, sunglasses, and so on. Still, some good deals can be had (even better if you are up for bargaining), so the savvy often find it the right place for souvenir shopping. This is a great place to shop for New Orleans-related jewelry - there is a vast array of fleur-de-lis earrings, necklaces, and bracelets, plus the rapidly increasing in popularity water meters, all for prices better than in nearby conventional shops. (Though we can't vouch for the quality of the metal). The flea market is open daily.

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Address: 724 Jackson Ave, New Orleans, LA 70130

City: New Orleans

State: Louisiana (LA)

Country: United States

Phone 1: +1 504 522-2621

Official site: www.frenchmarket.org

Opening hours: Daily roughly 9am-6pm

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The Historic French Market, {CATEGORY}

Legend has it that the site of the French Market was originally used by Native Americans as a bartering market. It began to grow into an official market in 1812. From around 1840 to 1870, it was part of Gallatin Street, an impossibly rough area so full of bars, drunken sailors, and criminals of every shape and size that it made Bourbon Street look like Disneyland. Today it's a mixed bag, and not nearly as colorful as its past. Still, both sections have been spiffed up with an extensive renovation that was completed in late 2007. The farmers market makes a fun amble as you admire everything from fresh produce and fish to more tourist-oriented items like hot sauces and Cajun and Creole mixes. (Tip: Don't buy that stuff here. The markups are absurd. If you have the time, get someone to take you to a proper supermarket, like the Winn-Dixie, and buy it all there). Snacks like gator on a stick (when was the last time you had that?) will amuse the kids. The flea market, a bit farther down from the Farmers Market, is considered a must-shop place, but the reality is that many of the goods are kind of junky: T-shirts, jewelry, hats, purses, toys, sunglasses, and so on. Still, some good deals can be had (even better if you are up for bargaining), so the savvy often find it the right place for souvenir shopping. This is a great place to shop for New Orleans-related jewelry - there is a vast array of fleur-de-lis earrings, necklaces, and bracelets, plus the rapidly increasing in popularity water meters, all for prices better than in nearby conventional shops. (Though we can't vouch for the quality of the metal). The flea market is open daily.

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