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We walked to Magazine Street after a Garden District tour. We enjoyed lunch and then walked further to Imperial Woodpecker Sno Balls. This was our first time trying this traditional New Orleans treat. We had the Chicory Coffee Cream and Nectar Cream. The employee was...More
I had my first sno ball from New Orleans last week and let me tell you that it was heaven in a cup!!!! I got cherry and my friend got Wedding Cake with condensed milk. My thoughts were condensed milk on a sno ball? I...More
We were visiting New Orleans mid-August and this was a must visit! It was so cool and refreshing on a hot summer's day! We tried snowballs again in the French Market, and Imperial Woodpecker's were way better!
Great hot summer day great for something cold delicious. First visit to imperial located in Uptown New Orleans on Magazine street. No parking available. Park and walk or perhaps double park in which I don't recommend. Prices are great for their product. Great kind service....More
We stopped here while hanging out at the Spanish Plaza at the Riverwalk Marketplace. There was no line up and two people working. It took a long time to get their attention, for them to make correct change and to get the sno balls made....More
I came here after doing a lot of research on snoballs, and was not disappointed! I ordered a small Sweet Lou's Nectar Cream, and it was delicious and perfectly creamy. They are not stingy with servings either! It was everything I expected plus more from...More
I've never had Hansen's and I'm just fine with that.
I've been here twice in May and June.
May--I found this stand on my way to the Riverwalk Mall, At the time they only took cash, I did have enough cash to get 1.
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