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The Theatres at Canal Place, New Orleans

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • A decent collection of stores. A nice mall. Lots of good stores. Of course know your prices. It has some heavy competition from the Riverwalk now, so I expect that more stores here will close. 
  • If you're tired of wandering through all of the tacky and not-so-tacky souvenir and gift stores in the French Quarter then a short stroll down Canal Street to the Canal Place Mall is a perfect diversi...  more »
  • The cornerstone of this collection of high end shops is Saks Fifth Avenue (we can't even afford to window shop here) but there are many other shops tucked away in this Canal Place complex. It's worth ...  more »
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  • Where do I begin? Visited this theater 10/30/16 for my mother's birthday. She wanted the "dinner in a movie" experience. The customer service agent asked to validate my parking, which I sadly realized hadn't been when exiting the parking lot. Chairs in the theater are for eating, yet each chair didn't have a separate table. I surrendered the table to mom and ate from my lap. Food choices are miniscule and over priced. 17% gratuity was automatically added. However, I had to ask the attendant more than once for napkins and straws for drinks.
  • I found the movie prices are expensive. The seats are okay and the only difference is that a waiter will bring you food and drinks. This adds up to a very expensive night.
  • Love the food. Bit pricey but if you figure in price of dinner and a movie it's worth it. Small theaters but it's a good thing and roomy not cramped.
  • The most expensive movie house in the city (by far) that use to offer quality films that were worth the extra expense. Now it's mostly same stuff that you can see anywhere else and not have to pay the premium price for the ticket,the food, the refreshments and parking. Food is average at best and often times barely satisfactory.
  • Great way to watch a movie, and grab a drink at the bar afterward. Friendly and courteous staff (even if they did forget my food order). I still like to come here for dinner and a movie.