Historic downtown Covington is a walkable district of restaurants, lodging, art galleries and shops of every description. Browse for antiques, shop for fine gift items, home décor, stylish clothing for women and kids. Don't miss Lee Lane's many shops, including Copper Rooster Antiques and Gifts, Cottage Antiques, and more.
In Slidell, on the east side of the parish, the Olde Towne historic district also offers antique shops, as well as gifts, art, and even Saints and LSU merchandise. Find antiques at places like Lulu's Almost New Boutique and fragrant, calming aromatherapy items from Green Oaks Apothecary. Three Divas and a Sugardaddy has almost everything you could want.
Mandeville’s shopping is a little more spread out, but no less enticing. Find quality gifts at Arabella; holiday items at Das Schulerhaus Gift Gallery & Christmas Boutique, antiques at Mae’s, and several other quaint shops (and eateries) along Girod Street and throughout Old Mandeville.
There also are a number of shopping centers with a variety of retailers. In Covington, find Nord du Lac and River Chase shopping centers, not to mention dozens of popular stores along Highway 21. Mandeville offers Premier Shopping Centers 1 and 2, and numerous smaller shopping centers, spas and stylish boutiques all along Highways 190 and 22. In Slidell, get your retail fix at the ever-expanding Fremaux Town Center as well as shops along Airport Road in and around the old North Shore Square Mall.
Looking for something out of the ordinary? Consider monk-made soaps and candles from the St. Joseph Abbey Gift Shop; Abita Beer growlers, t-shirts and hoodies and other merch from the Abita Brewery Gift Shop; and delicious (so we hear) home-made dog treats from Slidell’s Café Du Bone Bakery & Boutique.
See below for listings of shopping spots and individual stores throughout St. Tammany Parish, and be sure to click on ShopLocalUSA.com for interactive maps of shopping districts in St. Tammany.