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The Outlet Collection at Riverwalk, New Orleans

Categories: Factory Outlets, Shopping
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3.5/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web
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  • Ideal retreat for overwhelming warm days, although it is not a Mall like the Miami has a good range of clothes, as well as a suitable space for meals fast.
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  • Positive: great experience when being served in their food court by a young guy with dreadlocks (I think) when serving us a great smoothie. He was so generous I actually went back to give him a tip fo...  read more »
  • We went shopping and the deals were great! Then had lunch at the food court, which was delicious! And then the view of the river was breathtaking! 
  • Locals beware, they removed the parking validation kiosks from the inside of the facility. THE SIGNAGE STILL DIRECTS CUSTOMERS TO INTERIOR KIOSKS, BUT THEY ARE NO LONGER THERE OR UNSTAFFED. There used to be one at the entrance by the Wilson Leather, which is where I've always entered after parking there. They removed the one at the entrance facing the Canal St ferry landing. The kiosk in the food court is still there, but it is empty. So, if you're not prepared, you're going to spend an extra 20 minutes walking around looking to validate parking. If you're just dropping in to buy a couple things, as I did, you're going to go over the hour. You're also likely to get frustrated and just leave, paying the full rate. The only staffed validation booth is the entrance by the convention center, which is odd considering that is the pedestrian entrance where tourists attending events or getting ready to board a cruise ship (like today) are going to enter. This isn't odd if you consider it is designed to make validation as difficult as possible, in the hopes that people will just get frustrated and leave and have to pay the full rate. When I asked the attendant what was up, all she said is that "we're trying something new." Businesses in New Orleans are supposed to take care of the locals and fleece the tourists. This practice makes a mockery of that time honored tradition. I'm not coming back again until I'm in the market for some buy one, get one half off New Balances.
  • Good mix of stores. Prices in the Coach store were incredibly low due to a promotion they were running (great team at the Coach store - really pleasant and extremely helpful). There is also a kiosk in the mall where you can claim back sales tax.
  • Good selection of clothing outlets, and much more affordable than the mall on Canal street. Some good views of the river. In general, if you need a break from the heat this is a nice air conditioned getaway. The food court is spacious, and has a play area for kids. The streetcar stop at Julia street is a little tricky to get to if you aren't familiar with the area.
  • Great little outlet. Plenty of pokeatops. Caught a lot of magikarp and psyducks
  • It didn't seem like there were many "outlet" prices at the stores I visited. But there was a Cafe du Monde there. Beignets and Chicory coffee!
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