Over-priced and dishonest (often states reissues are OOP when they are in-print, price gouges, outright lies about the rarity of records, etc). Avoid if you can.
When they were in the old French Quarter location, they had tons of 12"s on the second floor, consisting of lots of cool ’80s and ’90s dance stuff, DJ remix service stuff, etc. I left with arms full of records. When I visited them again years later, the cool stuff had mostly disappeared.
Huge selection compared to other record stores in NOLA, albeit overpriced and dishonest about rarity of records and how much they go for online. Once told me a record (not even limited edition or any special version) "used to go for over $200 online" when in reality it was over a year old and was only going for about $35 on average. also told me Kanye's "Graduation" currently goes for $100 online even though it never got an official release, and all the fan bootleg presses go for about $30 at most. Their service is friendly and welcoming, but they are blatantly lying to customers who don't know much about records with post-it notes on almost every record stating "a must have" or "very, very rare" which is almost never the case. It may work on customers new to the scene, but for those who consistently check prices and rarity of records, Peaches just come across as a con. I recommend shopping there because of the selection, but be wary of their prices and lies.