So Good Jewelry & Boutique on Canal Street, New Orleans

NEW ORLEANS, LA – SEPT 23: So Good Jewelry & Boutique features fun jewelry, accessories and purses on Canal Street in New Orleans, LA. Visit So Good on Facebook at FaceBook.com/So-Good-Jewelry-New-Orleans So Good Jewelry | 707 Canal St | New Orleans, LA 70130 | (504) 522-2226 | Google Map |

PALACE CAFE, gets renovated on Canal Street, New Orleans

NEW ORLEANS, LA – SEPT 21: PALACE CAFE is temporarily closed due to renovation located on Canal Street in New Orleans, LA. During renovations, you can visit Palace Cafe ‘Pop-Ups’ at its sister restaurants: Tableau, The Bourbon House and at the Dickie Brennan’s Steakhouse. Renovations will include a second floor bar featuring high-end Rums with a charcuterie kitchen. The first floor kitchen …

The Everything Shoppe Mini Mart open 24/7 on Canal Street

NEW ORLEANS, LA – SEPT 20: The Everything Shoppe Mini Mart is a 24/7 convenience store for novelty gifts, food and liquor in the Sanlin building on the corner of Magazine and Canal Street in New Orleans, LA. Everything Shoppe Mini Mart 444 Canal St, New Orleans, LA 70130 (504) 568-9634

Mardi Gras Parade Route signs posted year round on Canal Street

NEW ORLEANS, LA – SEPT 20: Mardi Gras Parade Route signs with parking information and street cleaning times are permanently placed on street light poles along Canal Street in New Orleans, LA. This particular one is front of the historic U.S. Custom House that once held Confederate soldiers prisoner during the Civil War when the Union Army occupied New …

The Sanlin: the watch band building on Canal Street

NEW ORLEANS, LA – SEPT 20: The Sanlin (aka watch band) building was built in 1953 and is a multi-floor retail and restaurant property located on 400 Canal St in New Orleans, LA. It has been said that the facade of the building resembles an old expandable watch band that is stretched out revealing its gold-like links that …

US Custom House held Confederate soldiers prisoner in 1862

NEW ORLEANS, LA – SEPT 20: US Custom House is a historic 4-story building that once held Confederate soldiers as prisoners by the Union Army after New Orleans was briefly occupied in 1862 during the Civil War. The Custom Building currently houses the Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium and shares the same address. Construction of the granite …