Shopping in Jefferson Parish
There's a reason Jefferson Parish is the shopping capital of Louisiana. With four major malls, specialty shops and boutiques, you won't have any problem spotting great finds here! Plan a day of shopping complete with a food court and specialty shops unique to the New Orleans region.
Don't miss the opportunity to shop locally at our farmers markets where you can visit local artisans and farmers. Shop for yourself, but don't forget to take back great gifts and souvenirs to share with friends and family.
Learn more about our shopping districts below and happy shopping!
Lakeside Shopping Center
With over 120 shops and eateries, you can spend all day shopping at Lakeside! The mall houses stores like Apple, Macy's, Dillard's, lululemon, Sephora, LEGO, Free People, Victoria's Secret, Disney Store, M.A.C Cosmetics, Michael Kors and Zara, just to name a few! Don't feel like getting out of your car to shop? No problem! Lakeside offers curbside service. Their Curbside Pickup Program is available at over 40 participating stores.
Clearview City Center
Anchored by Target and Bed, Bath & Beyond, this indoor shopping center features 19 shops and is conveniently located to New Orleans. Tired from a day of shopping, enjoy the AMC Dine-In Theater or two delicious local restaurants. The shopping center is currently undergoing a $100 million makeover featuring a new hotel, apartments and an outdoor event space. The project is expected to add as many as 260 residential units to the 35-acre site, as well as restaurants, a budget hotel with a rooftop pool, and a number of new stores.
With 82 shops, including Dillard's and JC Penny's, this mall on Jefferson Parish's Westbank offers an array of retail options across all price ranges, as well as dining, spas, a barbershop and more.
The Esplanade is Kenner’s shopping destination with shopping, dining and entertainment options, including Target, Dillard’s Clearance, The Grand Theatre, Love Culture, Bath & Body Works and much more!
Elmwood Shopping Center
Elmwood Shopping Center in Harahan is over 1 million square feet, making it one of the largest open-air shopping centers in Louisiana and one of the highest performing regional shopping centers in the United States. Elmwood’s tenant anchors include Home Depot, Marshall’s, TJ Maxx, Hobby Lobby, Best Buy, Office Max, Petsmart, DSW, Ulta, Old Navy, Cost Plus World Market and Michael’s Arts and Crafts.
Harvey's Manhattan Blvd.
Manhattan Blvd in Harvey on the Westbank of Jefferson Parish features many outdoor shopping complexes, along with staples like Walmart and Lowe's. Don't miss the Westbank Village Shopping Center where you can shop deals at Kirkland's, Marshalls, Bed, Bath & Beyond and Five Below. Manhattan Place features Ross and K&G Fashion Superstore. Catch a movie at the AMC Westbank Palace 15. Hungry? Manhattan Blvd is peppered with a variety of eateries from Vietnamese to local New Orleans fare.
Metairie Road is a charming neighborhood with shady oaks and a growing shopping community. From upscale boutiques, housewares and antique shops, to casual and fine dining restaurants, this shopping district is packed full of small businesses offering one-of-a-kind personal service.
Head right across the river from New Orleans for some old-world charm in Old Gretna. Located right on the banks of the Mississippi River, it is one of Louisiana's largest historical districts. Stop by Fluerty Girl, a local company featuring a unique collection of carefully curated southern goods. Enjoy fresh local produce and crafts at the Gretna Farmers Market, every Saturday morning from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm. 'Shop the Huey' at the Gretna Cultural Center on Saturday, December 5th from 9 am - 3 pm. This holiday sip and shop will feature local boutiques at one convenient location. If you work up an appetite while shopping, stroll over to one of Gretna's many tasty local eateries.
This casual neighborhood right next to Lakeside Shopping Center offers a welcoming mix of shopping. It features upscale boutiques, jewelry stores, bridal shops, spas and more. When you’re ready for a break from shopping, refuel in one of Fat City's many local restaurants. If you have time, don't miss the unique murals peppered throughout this area.