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Magazine Street Shopping
Magazine Street Shopping
Magazine Street Shopping

Magazine Street

Magazine Street has miles eclectic shops, cafes, restaurants, and more

Rebecca Todd
Kenton's

Stretching six miles parallel to the Mississippi River from Canal Street to Audubon Park, Magazine Street travels from the Central Business District and the Warehouse Arts District through the Garden District and Uptown. Originally named for a warehouse that Spanish Governor Miro built to house Kentucky tobacco and other exports, this retail street’s stores offer a delightful antidote to the typical mall experience.  Clusters of shops are interspersed with charming homes, and a mix of renovated warehouses and shops selling housewares, pottery, period furniture, clothing, books, glass, toys, china, soaps and jewelry. Magazine Street is the ideal spot for a leisurely walk-about, with plenty of coffee shops, cafes and restaurants to provide a pit stop and refreshment to the tired shopper. There is a Magazine Street bus that departs from Canal Street, or take the St. Charles Streetcar and walk several block towards the river to Magazine. For more information and events on Magazine Street, visit the Magazine Street Merchants Association website at www.magazinestreet.com.