Repair of eyeglasses and sunglasses for New Orleans
“To all men whose Desire only is to be rich and to live a short life, but a merry one, I have no hesitation in recommending New Orleans.” – Henry Bradshaw Fearon, Sketches of America, 1919
Established in the 1,700’s by French colonists, New Orleans today proudly shows it’s European roots through its distinct French and Spanish Creole architecture, and a truly multilingual heritage. As one of the top 10 most visited cities in the United States, the French Quarter and Bourbon St. are world famous destinations with one-of-a-kind nightlife and the raucous annual Mardi Gras celebrations.
Culturally, New Orleans is well known for its rich history of jazz musicians, and the city hosts the annual New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, one of the largest musical festivals in the nation. The indigenous Louisiana Creole cuisine of New Orleans is also world-famous, as local specialties such as beignets, jambalaya, gumbo, Po-boy sandwiches, and boiled crawfish are prevalent menu items on restaurant menus in the region.
Alas a wild night on Bourbon Street can sometimes lead to unintended consequences like a busted hinge on your designer eyeglasses. Similarly steamboat tour on the adjacent Mississippi River isn’t much fun with a busted nosepiece on your sunglasses.
If you are in or around New Orleans and need to fix a pair of beloved frames, know that Eyeglass Repair USA has repaired eyewear for residents all over the greater New Orleans area, including Metairie, Jefferson, Kenner, Uptown, Carrollton, Chalmette, Gretna, Avondale, and other nearby communities.
We can repair frames from dozens and dozens of major brands, including, but not limited to:
Dolce & Gabbana
We use precision laser welding to make nearly invisible welds. We will return your glasses to you in such good shape; you will hardly be able to tell they have been repaired at all! The choice is clear: trust Eyeglass Repair USA to make your damaged eyeglasses and sunglasses good as new! Start your repair by picking the type of frame used in your glasses from the links below:
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