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The staff at Alltmont's Fine Custom Framing works with clients to devise unique combinations of frames and archival materials to protect photos, paintings, portraits, and memorabilia. Under the direction of expert framer Jeff Alltmont, Alltmont's Fine Custom Framing encloses wall hangings of all types in elegant, expertly crafted edgings. Within a large, bright workshop and retail space, customers peruse thousands of frame samples that adorn the walls in a single-file parade of right angles, displaying all available custom-frame colors, styles, and sizes. The friendly craftspersons at Alltmont's Fine Custom Framing obligingly advise customers in the process of designing the frame that gives their picture the snazziest hug, including custom mirrors, cork, and chalkboards. Each piece of Alltmont's handiwork is specially fitted to the specific treasure it houses, whether priceless works of art, pride-inducing diplomas and awards, or prized Vincent van Gogh Super Bowl jerseys.
4001 Baronne St.
New Orleans,
LA
US
Since 1964, Maple Street Book Shops have fueled local imaginations with novels and nonfiction works by classic, contemporary, and local writers. Originally "five rooms of paperbacks," the store now has four locations, including two charming, side-by-side establishments on the shop’s titular residential street. Here, a purple and green cottage houses a collection of 9,000 used tomes, and next door, the pink house sells the sweet perfume wrung from glossy new paperbacks. In addition to browsing the crowded shelves and chatting with the knowledgeable staff of one-time teachers, writers, and printmakers, visitors can chat with authors at sociable events.
3141 Ponce De Leon St
New Orleans,
LA
US
Bursting from the retro ambience of a refurbished art-deco movie theater, the renowned hand-blown-glass art studio boasts a multihued array of gaffer-made accoutrements. Keep wine from escaping on a post-party spree with a decorative bottlestopper ($62), a hand-crafted sculpture complete with elegant metal fitting designed to hold in liquid and libation secrets. Showcase seasonal candies or secret-admirer notes in a fluted dish ($65), available in intricate designs of blue, salmon, white, and more. The New Orleans paperweight adds personality to desks and gravity to astronaut homework with the classic Big Easy fleur de lis etched in a heart shape atop a round paper anchor ($50). For a romantic shimmer, check out the pointed oil candle with a stand, a teardrop-shaped candle perched in a three-pronged mini-tripod that imbues romance with long-lasting light ($50), similar to a triple showing of Gremlins under an Alaskan summer sky.
446 Vallette St
New Orleans,
LA
US
Catering to the French Quarter since 1929, Bottom of the Cup Tea Room invites visitors to breathe in the soothing flavors of more than 100 fair-trade-certified tea-leaf varieties while peeking into their future via tarot cards, palm readings, and more. Sold in 4-ounce and 1-pound quantities, the shop's tea leaves invoke flavors from around the world, from the fruity aroma of the Bourbon Street vanilla rooibos or plum-pear ceylon teas to the lively spark of the indian spiced chai (all $9.98/4-ounce package). The formosa oolong tea ($19.98/4-ounce package) blends the slightly toasty taste of semifermented leaves with a dash of dry sweetness, ideal for breakfast or for filling up one's dunk tank.
327 Chartres St
New Orleans,
LA
US
For more than 40 years, Gentry has equipped patrons with eclectic wares, including home-décor accessories, personalized gifts, and sole-supporting footwear and sandals. Pick up a patterned Vera Bradley beach towel ($30) and flip-flops ($24) before heading for the shore, then use a set of four insulated 16-ounce Tervis tumblers ($44) to sip lemonade, sculpt sandcastles, and rescue lost clownfish. A small Beatriz Ball Vento bowl ($62) entices eyes with its silvery curves, and a leather-accented Jon Hart shave kit ($78) proudly proclaims its owner with a monogram. Alternately, feet can toss aside the conventional confines of tennis shoes for Vibram FiveFingers women’s KSO shoes ($80), which encase each foot phalange in its own pedopod, creating a naked-foot-shoe hybrid capable of running, climbing, and shooting laser beams from its toenails.
6047 Magazine St
New Orleans,
LA
US
Jim Russell's Records fills eardrums with a wide selection of new and gently used albums available in a variety of listenable formats from collectable vinyl and modern CDs to abandoned cassette tapes and pitch-mimicking macaws. Used cassettes ($3–$5) and used CDs ($5–$10) share shelf space with used vinyl ($5–$10, unless otherwise indicated) and pre-owned 45s ($3+) of rare New Orleans tunes, rock music, and anthologies of equine confidence-boosting mantras from horse whisperers. In addition to strictly audio media, Jim Russell's Records sports a selection of new and used DVDs ($5–$10), record-spinning devices, and video game systems perfect for challenging your roommates to a Mario Kart battle for their shares of the day's vinyl haul.
1837 Magazine St
New Orleans,
LA
US
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