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Aunt Sally's is the authentic purveyor of all things New Orleans. Since 1935, our specialty is in creating our delicious, hand poured Creole pralines. We make a variety of pralines, hand crafted with the finest locally sourced ingredients, and...more
Love these pralines. It’s the only place I buy them when I go to NOLA. They had a salted caramel this time that I’ve never seen before. It was outstanding. Left there with about $40 worth but worth every penny.
Everyone has them, but none are as good as Aunt Sally's.
Tip: You must ask for a Cajun chocolate praline. Samples are behind the counter for good reason. They would not last. They are awesome.
Great shop. Friendly staff. Best pralines in NOLA!
This is the go to place to try many different flavors of pralines. There are samples of chewy, traditional and flavored pralines. It's a cute shop to browse for gifts, baking and other items. Be sure to stop by.
Tons of cookbooks, children’s books, and gift items. Obviously, the best are the pralines! They have 5 different flavors-original, triple chocolate, bananas foster, and cafe au lait. We prefer the creamy version. Very, very good!!
For 40 years, been buying pralines here every time I visit. The original and the creamy are both the ideal of each style. They are BOTH my favorite and the praline I measure all others by.
They also offer a nice selection of momentous that...More
They have a great selection of hot sauces and other fun souvenir type items. They also sell pralines; including some that are homemade. They shop was busy, but didn't have to wait in line to pay. The employees were friendly.
I stopped in this store which is in the arts district. It is smaller than the one in the French Quarter but less crowded.
I was lucky enough to have Isabelle help me. She is very sweet and knowledgeable. They had items made from local...More
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