Welcome to NOLA’s

NOLA’s General Store provides the flavor of New Orleans with an atmosphere designed after an old fashioned emporium of creativity. From our food, desserts, and café, to our variety of candies, local products, soaps, lotions, toys, vintage items and more you will experience the warmth of New Orleans hospitality. Try as you might, it’s tough to come away from NOLA’s General Store without a warm feeling of being welcomed. From the old-fashioned counters to the penny candy and roughhewn wooden shelves, the mission to provide a southern nostalgic shopping and eating experience is realized at every turn in the store.

Stop in and visit awhile. We are open 6 days a week.

Tuesday – Saturday 9AM – 7PM (Winter Hours)

Sunday 12AM – 6PM

Closed on Monday


Potato Bar and More – is where to go when you have a craving for the best potatoes around. You choose between Baked, Fries or Mashed potatoes. We use only the freshest ingredients available for everything we make. Our potato servings are so big you can share an order with a friend and still be plenty full when you are both finished. We also offer all white meat chicken tenders, 7oz Angus Burgers cooked to order, soups, and daily Specials. As if that weren’t enough, we have many gluten-free and vegetarian options.

Café – Our Cafe combines the best of southern coffee-shop traditions and the relaxing atmosphere of a flavorful tea culture. Magnolia Cafe is meant to be the perfect place for a morning cup of coffee to start the day and set the mood, or simply just a break, to take one’s mind off of day to day issues and have a relaxing half-hour respite in a stress-free environment.

Desserts – Our dessert menu has a wide selections of treats and instore baked cookies. We have a nice selection of ice cream, floats and sundae’s.

Sno-Balls – Enjoy our selection of over 50 flavors. A sno-ball is a New Orleans confection made with finely shaved ice and flavored cane sugar syrup. Commonly confused with the snow cone, the ice of a sno-ball is fine and fluffy; while a snow cone’s ice is coarse, crunchy, and granular. Moreover, in a snow cone the flavored syrup sinks to the bottom of the cup; while in a sno-ball the ice absorbs the syrup. Tryone of our sno-balls today. Plain or stuffed!!!