We here at Big Easy Magazine have done a few pieces on the importance of women-owned businesses. There is one business in particular that we want to take a moment to make sure you’re aware of before this upcoming weekend’s Po-Boy Fest on Oak Street! Only steps away from the chaos of Po-boy fest lies the oasis that is the NOLA Artisan Warehouse!
Located at 8725 Oak Street (between Eagle St. and Monroe St.), the NOLA Artisan Warehouse is a collective of New Orleans Artisans. They offer clothing, art, prints, handmade jewelry and accessories, books, candles, aromatherapy and beautiful things for the home and body. They support many unique, local artists. Stop by today and see their beautiful creations inspired by our timeless city and its rich culture!
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