Chef-jacketed associates at this store often actually escort customers to what they want, which is usually ready-to-eat or ready-to-heat, store-made food. Probably because Rouses Markets is the first full-service grocery store that New Orleans’ central business district has had in nearly 50 years, customers keep telling store-level employees they’re grateful, even excited, that Rouses’ newest store was opened right in their midst. In a building that’s a former ...

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