2821 Cabela's Parkway
Gonzales, LA 70737
Phone: (225) 647-6400
Fax: (225) 647-6401
Located 20 miles south of Baton Rouge and 50 miles north of New Orleans, the Gonzales Tanger Outlet Center offers upscale outlet shopping with an impressive collection of 50 designer and name brand outlet stores. Enjoy savings of 25% to 65% every day. Stores include GUESS, Reebok, Nautica, Old Navy, Gap, Nike, Aeropostale, Bath & Body Works, Harry & David, Lane Byrant, Sketchers and many more. Visit their website for coupons and the complete list of stores, sales & events, hours and more. Shop 'til you drop!
Shopaholics and art-decor collectors will love to linger at this store. Sure to catch everyone's fancy are the unique gift items, statues, seasonal artwork, native Louisiana plants, items for home decor, jewelry, to name a few. Check the website to know more about the items and theirs prices.
Looking for a place that stocks all the latest outfits and trends? Then stop by at Apricot Lane Boutique and you will not be disappointed. With a collection of gorgeous dresses, chic accessories, bags and the best denim brands on the market, this store is a dream-come-true for every fashion-conscious lady. There is truly something for everyone on the shelves here!
Enjoy a trip to Louisiana in true Louisiana fashion with clothing from this popular store. Selling apparel for men, women and children, this local shop is known for its signatures crawfish logo. Perlis is the place to shop like a local and look like one, too. You can also grab all of your seasonal Mardi Gras essentials at this shop.
The Red Stick Spice Company is a family-owned enterprise that features an array of spice concoctions to enhance your culinary experiments. Select from in-house blends and rubs, as well as ones sourced from award-winning chefs and local farmers across Southern Louisiana which represent the Cajun and Creole essence, as well as flavors from around the world. Expand your palate with garam masala, mango chipotle, cranberry maple, fajita seasoning and coffee BBQ rub. Spices and herbs include cayenne pepper, dried chives, cinnamon sticks, nutmeg and more. The sweet pecan rub works best on ribs while the Bayou Lafourche blend is a top recommendation for seafood. Also available are salts, specialty teas and oils to ensure your meal is seasoned to your palate's liking.
Here Today Gone Tomorrow Thrift Store is a shop where you can indulge in shopping and support a cause too. This thrift store sells almost everything, from designer line of clothing to home furniture; the variety is simply amazing. It is affiliated with many charitable organizations that include Lagniappe Women's Club, St John's United Methodist Church, St Margaret's Episcopal Church, Zachary Community Helpers and Women's Community Rehab Center and so forth. Apart from regular sales, it also hosts live music concerts and similar other events on a regular basis. For more details, call ahead.
This central area in Baton Rouge is probably the main social and commercially important location in the city. It is said that the area of Mid City came out of forested oak trees that were carved out. Consisting of various businesses, this is also the retail hub of Baton Rouge. The area is known as a shopping district where you can find a varied variety of things like antiques, folk art and other unique accessories.
Louisiana State University and University of Louisiana fans and alumni know that Baton Rouge's Bengals and Bandits boutique is the place to visit for the ultimate fan gear. Not just collegiate apparel, this store carries everything from sunglasses and tumblers to car stickers, flags, baby bibs and jewelry. Find everything you need and more to show off your school spirit!
Atomic Pop Shop is an Aladdin's cave for those interested in vinyl records. You can also trade your old records here for the gems that strike a chord with your soul. The place has a listening station and you can listen to records of all genres here, before purchasing them. Their prices are quite decent and the staff is incredibly knowledgeable. A lot of thought and effort has gone into the decor and designing of this place and spending more time with their inventory is highly recommended.
For years local collectors have been shopping at Aladdin’s Lamp Antiques. This shop specializes in goods from the early and mid-20th century, such as home décor and fashion accessories, that are acquired via estate sales and from other private collectors. The inventory here is extensive and always growing, as new items are added each day.
A favorite for local farmers and the people of Baton Rouge, the Redstick Farmer's Market just like the name suggests is a market place set up that fresh produce sold by local farmers themselves. This market was started in 1996 and has been a Saturday tradition for most locals. This has helped in building a bond between shoppers and vendors. What's more is the fresh and flavorful ingredients that are available directly from home farms. How more organic can you get?! Visit this Saturday market for a pick of the lot from the freshest produce of the city.