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New Orleans Food Tour of the Garden District and St Charles Avenue

New Orleans Food Tour of the Garden District and St Charles Avenue  - New Orleans, Louisiana Star Rating

Duration: 4 hours
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

From USD
$134.16

Eat your way around New Orleans' culinary hotspots on a 4-hour food tour, led by a food-loving local guide! Showcasing the much-loved eateries around St Charles Avenue and the Garden District, the tour includes at least four food stops plus trivia aplenty about the city’s gastronomic heritage. Sample belt-busting staples such as a pork belly slider as well as seductively sweet candy and more; it’s the perfect way to discover New Orleans institutions plus places that only locals seem to know.

Numbers are limited to 14 on this small-group food tour, ensuring personalized attention from a guide.

After meeting your guide in New Orleans’ French Quarter, set off on your stroll around the city to learn about its culinary history while scouting out its top eateries ... More info ›

Eat your way around New Orleans' culinary hotspots on a 4-hour food tour, led by a food-loving local guide! Showcasing the much-loved eateries around St Charles Avenue and the Garden District, the tour includes at least four food stops plus trivia aplenty about the city’s gastronomic heritage. Sample belt-busting staples such as a pork belly slider as well as seductively sweet candy and more; it’s the perfect way to discover New Orleans institutions plus places that only locals seem to know.

Numbers are limited to 14 on this small-group food tour, ensuring personalized attention from a guide.

After meeting your guide in New Orleans’ French Quarter, set off on your stroll around the city to learn about its culinary history while scouting out its top eateries. Founded by the French, the city holds the country’s influence close to its heart, and French classics—albeit with a New Orleans twist—feature on its restaurant menus alongside the distinctive Creole and Cajun dishes of Louisiana.

One of the city’s burgeoning food hotspots is the area around St Charles Avenue and the upmarket Garden District. Head there on foot and start sampling dishes aplenty in the eateries that many city visitors miss. Dishes and venues may change on occasion, but your route always includes at least four food stops that collectively provide enough food for a meal.

Visit the Avenue Pub, a real locals’ favorite, to try the chef’s surprise and a craft beer, and then continue to Pralines by Jean for a selection of traditional New Orleans candy and pralines. Peruse the wares at Fleurty Girl, a sell-everything-store where goods are made by local New Orleanians, and sample Irish-inspired fare at the lively Irish House pub.

Treat your tastebuds to contemporary southern classics such as a pork belly slider in the traditional Tivoli and Lee restaurant. Then, head to Belloq, cocktail lounge and New Orleans institution, to watch their mixologists create a 19th-century-style punch. Finish your food tour on a high note with a glass of the fruity alcoholic brew, and then walk back to the French Quarter with your guide, where your tour finishes.

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French Quarter Cocktail and Foodie Crawl

French Quarter Cocktail and Foodie Crawl - New Orleans, Louisiana Star Rating

Duration: 3 hours
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

From USD
$134.16

Savor the culinary history of New Orleans with this 3-hour cocktail and food tour of the French Quarter.

Meet your guide in the heart of the French Quarter to embark on your 3-hour walking tour of world-class restaurants.

Your passionate guide will escort you to famous restaurants in the French Quarter and Riverwalk, including a few that are commonly mentioned in cookbooks. You may sample red beans and rice at Napolean House, chargrilled oysters at Seafood Treasure, and beignets at Cafe du Monde.

Learn about the rich legacy of fine food in the French Quarter and which hotspots to check out on your own later; you can even work with your guide to customize the tour to your interests ... More info ›

Savor the culinary history of New Orleans with this 3-hour cocktail and food tour of the French Quarter.

Meet your guide in the heart of the French Quarter to embark on your 3-hour walking tour of world-class restaurants.

Your passionate guide will escort you to famous restaurants in the French Quarter and Riverwalk, including a few that are commonly mentioned in cookbooks. You may sample red beans and rice at Napolean House, chargrilled oysters at Seafood Treasure, and beignets at Cafe du Monde.

Learn about the rich legacy of fine food in the French Quarter and which hotspots to check out on your own later; you can even work with your guide to customize the tour to your interests.

By the end of the tour, you’ll have a full belly and a better understanding of the fundamental dishes that makes up New Orleans cuisine.
 
Sample Tasting Menu (subject to change without notice)
Alberto's Cheese & Wine
Cane & Table
Restaurant Criollo @ Hotel Monteleone
Tujagues Restaurant (Pre - Civil War)
Green Goddess
Sucres /  Sucre Salon
King Fish
Pirates Alley

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The National WWII Museum Ticket New Orleans

The National WWII Museum Ticket New Orleans - New Orleans, Louisiana Star Rating

Duration: Varies
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

From USD
$26.78

Step inside The National WWII Museum in New Orleans with an general admission ticket, and then spend as long as you like exploring this must-visit attraction independently. Discover thousands of World War II memorabilia and artifacts, and learn all about wartime events from the museum's information displays.

Head inside The National WWII Museum with your general admission ticket and start exploring the captivating exhibition space at leisure ... More info ›

Step inside The National WWII Museum in New Orleans with an general admission ticket, and then spend as long as you like exploring this must-visit attraction independently. Discover thousands of World War II memorabilia and artifacts, and learn all about wartime events from the museum's information displays.

Head inside The National WWII Museum with your general admission ticket and start exploring the captivating exhibition space at leisure. The Museum tells the story of the American Experience in the war that changed the world—why it was fought, how it was won, and what it means today—so that all generations will understand the price of freedom and be inspired by what they learn.

Guaranteed to move and educate, The National WWII Museum features interactive exhibits, soaring aircraft, personal histories, and more. The heart of the Museum experience, Campaigns of Courage: European and Pacific Theaters brings visitors inside the story of how the war was won. Two immersive exhibitions—Road to Berlin: European Theater Galleries and Road to Tokyo: Pacific Theater Galleries—feature environmental exhibits that guide visitors chronologically through the narrative of each theater of combat, using a sophisticated mix of set design, narrated and environmental videos, period newsreels, interactive oral-history kiosks, personal and digital artifacts, and dynamic displays for a uniquely evocative experience.

How long you spend inside the museum is up to you! If you are hungry or simply want a break from exploring the exhibits, visit the on-site American Sector Restaurant + Bar and take a step back in time in BB’s Stage Door Canteen, a 1940s-style entertainment venue that showcases the music and performers of the war years. Food and drinks are at your own expense.

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New Orleans Airboat Ride

New Orleans Airboat Ride - New Orleans, Louisiana Star Rating

Duration: 1 hr 45 mins to 2 hrs
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

From USD
$39.99

Take a break from the hustle-bustle of New Orleans and escape to nature on this exhilarating, family-friendly airboat ride! Spot alligators, snakes, turtles, egrets and herons as you take a fast, fun ride over a tidewater cypress swamp close to Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve. Admire moss-covered cypress and tupelo-gum trees as you explore bayous teeming with life and take advantage of incredible photo ops ... More info ›

Take a break from the hustle-bustle of New Orleans and escape to nature on this exhilarating, family-friendly airboat ride! Spot alligators, snakes, turtles, egrets and herons as you take a fast, fun ride over a tidewater cypress swamp close to Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve. Admire moss-covered cypress and tupelo-gum trees as you explore bayous teeming with life and take advantage of incredible photo ops.

This small-group tour is limited to eight people (small airboat) or 25 people (large airboat) to allow for better views of the wildlife.

Please note: If you book the self-drive option you will not receive hotel pick up

Drive-out approximately 30 miles (48 km) to the embarkation point of your airboat from your New Orleans hotel. Depending on the option you selected, board a large airboat holding 15 to 25 passengers or a small airboat limited to six to eight passengers for a more intimate, personalized experience.

Set out on a 20,000-acre (8,095-hectare) tract of tidewater cypress swamp close to the Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve. Your flat-bottomed airboat is powered by an aircraft propeller to allow a fast, fluid trip through the shallow marshes. Feel the wind on your face as you zip into bayous lined with mossy cypress and tupelo-gum trees and your pilot points out a stunning variety of wildlife.

Prepare to see plenty of alligators in the warmer months (and warmer days in winter), some of which may be out sunning themselves on rocks! Your guide may even feed the gators, affording you amazing photo opportunities. Also keep your eyes open for turtles, snakes, egrets, herons and ibis. You may even catch sight of a hawk, owl or bald eagle. In the cooler months, look for white-tailed deer, raccoons and the large rodents known as nutria.

Your morning or afternoon airboat tour ends at the embarkation point. Be sure to check out the indoor exhibits of alligators — including an albino alligator — before making your way back to downtown New Orleans on your own.

Note: This tour does not include hotel pick-up or drop-off unless hotel pickup and drop-off is selected at checkout. If you have selected hotel pickup and drop-off please specify your hotel details in the 'special requirements' field at the time of checkout or advise the local operator directly after booking.

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New Orleans Cocktail History Walking Tour in the French Quarter

New Orleans Cocktail History Walking Tour in the French Quarter - New Orleans, Louisiana Star Rating

Duration: 3 hours
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

From USD
$65.00

Savor tasty cocktails in the French Quarter of New Orleans on a walking tour with an expert local guide. Visit hidden gems enjoyed by locals for centuries, learning from your fun and knowledgeable guide about the historic venues you see and legendary cocktails you sip ... More info ›

Savor tasty cocktails in the French Quarter of New Orleans on a walking tour with an expert local guide. Visit hidden gems enjoyed by locals for centuries, learning from your fun and knowledgeable guide about the historic venues you see and legendary cocktails you sip. Discover the origins of the grasshopper, learn the truth about absinthe, and sample a Sazerac concocted from a 19th-century recipe. Each stop features two classic cocktail choices, mixed by renowned bartenders who add a signature twist. It's a perfect tour for cocktail and culture enthusiasts!

Meet your guide at Evangeline’s, a restaurant of Louisiana-style cuisine in New Orleans, to start your tour. Your guide, a New Orleans native nicknamed Doctor Gumbo, presents a fun and fascinating introduction to New Orleans’ cocktail culture as you sip your first drink. Choose from either a classic French 75 or a Ginger Mint Julep for a twist on a Southern standard. Enjoy your drink in the tropical courtyard, weather permitting.

Next, turn the corner to visit SoBou, where you sample one of two variations of the official cocktail of New Orleans: Sazerac, a drink that comes from a 19th-century recipe. Try either the modern rye whiskey version, or the slightly sweeter, classic version with brandy.

En route to your third destination, learn the cocktail-related history of the New Orleans Pharmacy Museum and Napoleon House. Then step into the luxurious Bourbon "O" Bar, located inside the Bourbon Orleans Hotel. Your beverage choices here are either a local craft beer, or the little-known Roffignac cocktail. Made from a 19th-century recipe, the Bourbon "O" Bar makes their refreshing Roffignac with homemade raspberry syrup and brandy.

After soaking up the luxe Bourbon O, pass by an absinthe bar where your guide explains the story of this legendary liquor. Then continue to your final destination of the tour: Tujague’s. Serving food and drink since 1856, Tujague’s invented the Grasshopper Cocktail. Sip one of the sweet, velvety grasshoppers, or try the Vieux Carré cocktail, a combination of rye whiskey, brandy, bitters and sweet vermouth.

Expect to walk about one mile during your 3-hour tour in a friendly social atmosphere inspired by your entertaining guide. Four cocktails are included, one at each stop. Delicious food can be purchased if you want a bite to eat. Some venues have a dress code, and tank tops for men are discouraged. Your tour ends at Tujague’s, and then you can explore the lively nightlife of nearby Frenchmen Street on your own.

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New Orleans Food and History Tour

New Orleans Food and History Tour - New Orleans, Louisiana Star Rating

Duration: 3 hours
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

From USD
$55.00

This New Orleans food tour has every culinary taste covered. With a history-savvy guide leading the way, you’ll walk from classic Creole restaurants and neighborhood sandwich shops to hot sauce bars and artisanal candy stores ... More info ›

This New Orleans food tour has every culinary taste covered. With a history-savvy guide leading the way, you’ll walk from classic Creole restaurants and neighborhood sandwich shops to hot sauce bars and artisanal candy stores. Visit up to seven locations to sample diverse foods representing the breadth of Louisiana’s culinary heritage, including dishes like seafood gumbo, Creole brisket, po-boys and pralines. Learn about the historical origins of each cuisine and, when possible, hear the chefs discuss their influences. Enjoy plenty of food on this afternoon tour.

Meet your guide in the French Quarter in the afternoon and begin your food tour of New Orleans at SoBou, one of three restaurants owned by the award-winning Commander’s Palace family. Sit down and relax as you are treated to two sweet and savory dishes that showcase modern New Orleans cuisine: a Gulf shrimp and tasso pincho, and a sweet potato and duck beignet topped with a foie gras fondue.
Listen to a narrative history of Louisiana cuisine, starting with the culinary contributions of local American Indian tribes and leading to the arrival of the Europeans and West Africans who created its Creole flavors. You’ll hear about the unique geography of southern Louisiana, as well as the linguistic origins of dozens of local dishes, from beignets and étouffée to gumbo and jambalaya.
If you’d like, purchase a drink at the full bar before moving on to Leah’s Pralines, a candy shop established in 1933. After learning its history, taste a Creole praline and sample the bacon pecan brittle.
Next, bite into two New Orleans inventions: the muffuletta and the po-boy. First, walk with your guide to Little Vic’s Sicilian Trattoria and relax in the open-air courtyard (weather permitting) where you’re offered a sample of muffalino— Little Vic’s riff on the original sandwich, made fresh to order with sliced mortadella, salami, ham, provolone cheese and Sicilian olive salad all wedged between two slices of housemade ciabatta bread.
Then pop into NOLA Po-boys, a local joint with an immense menu. Discuss the history of the oyster farming industry in Louisiana as you sample the fried seafood on freshly baked New Orleans–style French bread.

Enjoy a stop at the Hot Sauce Bar, where you can sample dozens of different hot sauces and more.

The next stop is Tujague’s, the second-oldest restaurant in New Orleans, serving up classic Creole cuisine since 1856. Discover the culinary contributions of the French, Spanish, Germans and West Africans while you dig into one delicious dish: the Bavarian-style slow-cooked beef brisket.

Your final stop is Tableau where you will enjoy a savory Seafood Gumbo. Tableau is owned and operated by a distinguished local restauranteur and located in the heart of New Orleans, the historic Jackson Square. By the time the tour ends happy hour will have started at Tableau.

The walking tour, which covers about one and a half miles (2.4 km) at a leisurely pace, ends in the old French Market, the oldest continuously operating open-air market in the region.

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