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Jazz Brunch Buffet at the Court of Two Sisters Restaurant

Jazz Brunch Buffet at the Court of Two Sisters Restaurant - New Orleans, Louisiana Star Rating

Duration: Flexible
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

From USD
$44.33

The Court of Two Sisters' Buffet Brunch boasts is a sumptuous display of hot and cold dishes. They use only the freshest ingredients so the buffet's selections change according to season and time of day.

In the morning, a typical selection of hot dishes includes made-to-order omelets, eggs Benedict, sausage and bacon, grits and grilles, and shrimp and veggie pastas with a creamy alfredo sauce ... More info ›

The Court of Two Sisters' Buffet Brunch boasts is a sumptuous display of hot and cold dishes. They use only the freshest ingredients so the buffet's selections change according to season and time of day.

In the morning, a typical selection of hot dishes includes made-to-order omelets, eggs Benedict, sausage and bacon, grits and grilles, and shrimp and veggie pastas with a creamy alfredo sauce. The afternoon's sampling includes Creole jambalaya, turtle soup, crawfish Louise, duck a l'Orange, and shrimp etouffee.

Additionally, one complimentary glass of house wine, champagne or mimosa is included.

The cold buffet is a creative sampling of boiled shrimp (and crawfish when in season) with your choice of traditional cocktail or Creole remoulade sauces, seafood and pasta salads, ceviche, pates, cheeses and a variety of fresh fruit. Also included are delicious desserts: pecan pie, homemade vanilla ice cream, bananas foster and our famous bread pudding with whiskey sauce. While enjoying brunch, relax and sing along with the Jazz Trio, which plays daily.

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Dinner at the Court of Two Sisters Restaurant

Dinner at the Court of Two Sisters Restaurant - New Orleans, Louisiana Star Rating

Duration: Flexible
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

From USD
$67.67

When you come to New Orleans, you simply can't go past a sumptuous Creole dinner at the Court of Two Sisters restaurant. Nestled in the historic French Quarter, you can enjoy the best southern cuisine in New Orleans' largest courtyard.

Enjoy entrees such as Shrimp and Grits and Chicken Oscar and classic desserts including Bread Pudding with Whiskey Sauce.

Additionally, one complimentary glass of house wine, or champagne is included.

Court of Two Sisters History:
It was two Creole sisters and the notions shop they owned on this site that gave The Court of Two Sisters its name ... More info ›

When you come to New Orleans, you simply can't go past a sumptuous Creole dinner at the Court of Two Sisters restaurant. Nestled in the historic French Quarter, you can enjoy the best southern cuisine in New Orleans' largest courtyard.

Enjoy entrees such as Shrimp and Grits and Chicken Oscar and classic desserts including Bread Pudding with Whiskey Sauce.

Additionally, one complimentary glass of house wine, or champagne is included.

Court of Two Sisters History:
It was two Creole sisters and the notions shop they owned on this site that gave The Court of Two Sisters its name. However, 613 Rue Royale has long played a significant role in the history of the French Quarter and old New Orleans. The two sisters, Emma and Bertha Camors, born 1858 and 1860 respectively, belonged to a proud and aristocratic Creole family. Their "rabais", or notions, outfitted many of the city's finest women with formal gowns, lace and perfumes imported from Paris. Marriage, reversals of fortune, widowhood - nothing could separate the sisters. Indeed, as the Picayune was to report, the sisters died within two months of each other in the winter of 1944.

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New Orleans Cooking Class

New Orleans Cooking Class - New Orleans, Louisiana Star Rating

Duration: 2 or 2.5 hours
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

From USD
$28.00

Take an entertaining and informative cooking class at the New Orleans School of Cooking! Located in a renovated molasses warehouse built in the early 1800s, this cooking class brings you to the heart of New Orleans’ French Quarter. Learn the basics of Louisiana cooking from professional chefs and learn how to make classic New Orleans specialties such as gumbo, jambalaya and pralines ... More info ›

Take an entertaining and informative cooking class at the New Orleans School of Cooking! Located in a renovated molasses warehouse built in the early 1800s, this cooking class brings you to the heart of New Orleans’ French Quarter. Learn the basics of Louisiana cooking from professional chefs and learn how to make classic New Orleans specialties such as gumbo, jambalaya and pralines. Enjoy samplings of these delectable dishes accompanied by complimentary beer, iced tea and coffee, and take the recipes home with you!

Food is considered one of the defining elements of Louisiana’s culture, and there's no better way to experience New Orleans than to taste it! During your New Orleans cooking demonstration class, embark on a sensory journey in the kitchen to discover Louisiana's rich tapestry of culinary influences -- French, Spanish, Native American, African and Indian -- as they blend into modern- day Cajun and Creole cuisine.

Your cooking experts will demonstrate how to prepare classic New Orleans specialties such as gumbo, jambalaya and pralines, and will season them with history, trivia and tall tales. Learn the basics of Louisiana cooking and discover the array of spices used in this unique cuisine.

Enjoy generous samplings of the demonstrated items, as well as complimentary coffee, iced tea and beer. At the end of the class, take home the recipes to show off your new skills to your friends and family!

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New Orleans Original Cocktail Walking Tour

New Orleans Original Cocktail Walking Tour - New Orleans, Louisiana Star Rating

Duration: 2 hours
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

From USD
$29.00

Let the good times roll as you discover the Big Easy’s vibrant drinking culture on the original cocktail walking tour of New Orleans. Explore the French Quarter’s famous bars and restaurants as you sip the city’s iconic libations, including the Sazerac and Pimm’s Cup ... More info ›

Let the good times roll as you discover the Big Easy’s vibrant drinking culture on the original cocktail walking tour of New Orleans. Explore the French Quarter’s famous bars and restaurants as you sip the city’s iconic libations, including the Sazerac and Pimm’s Cup. On the 2.5-hour tour, learn the classic stories behind these unique concoctions as you wander through the colonial architecture of one of New Orleans’ oldest neighborhoods, drinking in history and culture as you go.

Embark on your exploration of New Orleans’ cocktail culture from the Gray Line Lighthouse Ticket Office, right on the Mississippi River in the city’s French Quarter. Your group of like-minded 21-and-up revelers will travel the neighborhood’s historic streets, ducking in and out of watering holes and restaurants in buildings that still stand as beautiful examples of French and Spanish Colonial Architecture.

While it’s easy to get lost in the history of your surroundings, the real stars of the tour are the cocktails. Listen in as your guides reveal the stories behind each inventive libation and the characters that brought them to life. Learn the origins of Southern Comfort, a liqueur invented in New Orleans in 1874, and the even older story of the Sazerac, which dates back to 1850. Sample any of your favorites by purchasing a glass.

You’ll also get an inside peek into the city’s oldest restaurant and its wine cellar and private dining rooms, where some of New Orleans' most important wheelings and dealings took place. Drink in the spirit of New Orleans by enjoying this 2.5-hour tour at the beginning of your visit to the Big Easy to pinpoint the stops you must revisit, or use it as an unexpected way to bid adieu to a city that’s as rich in stories as it is in drinks to share them over. It's history—with a twist!

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Taste of New Orleans Cooking Class and Luncheon

Taste of New Orleans Cooking Class and Luncheon - New Orleans, Louisiana

Duration: 2 hours
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

From USD
$58.00

Find out some of the secrets of New Orleans' cuisine with this 2-hour cooking class in the French Quarter. Meet in the afternoon at The Old Coffee Pot restaurant for a fun and exciting cooking demonstration with a local chef.

Head for The Old Coffee Pot, a restaurant in the heart of the French Quarter, and come hungry - this cooking experience ends with a meal.

Watch and learn as the restaurant's chef prepares a dish called Fleur-de-lis Chicken, which is a chicken breast topped with Louisiana crab cake and Gulf shrimp ... More info ›

Find out some of the secrets of New Orleans' cuisine with this 2-hour cooking class in the French Quarter. Meet in the afternoon at The Old Coffee Pot restaurant for a fun and exciting cooking demonstration with a local chef.

Head for The Old Coffee Pot, a restaurant in the heart of the French Quarter, and come hungry - this cooking experience ends with a meal.

Watch and learn as the restaurant's chef prepares a dish called Fleur-de-lis Chicken, which is a chicken breast topped with Louisiana crab cake and Gulf shrimp. Take photographs, jot down notes, and ask questions to get insider tips on making this dish. During the demonstration, your host will also be providing useful history and context about Cajun and Creole cuisine, cooking techniques, seasoning, and other recipes.

After the cooking demonstration, you'll sit down to eat the finished Fleur-de-lis Chicken, served with green bean casserole and The Old Coffee Pot’s jambalaya.

The Old Coffee Pot has been serving customers in the French Quarter for more than 100 years, and was also featured on the Food Network’s hit traveling cooking show Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives with host Guy Fieri. The restaurant's famous Fleur-de-lis Chicken is a tasty combination of everything Guy tried when he visited.

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Famous Tastes of New Orleans Food Tour

Famous Tastes of New Orleans Food Tour - New Orleans, Louisiana Star Rating

Duration: 3 hours
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

From USD
$56.00

Eat your way through the French Quarter on this 3-hour New Orleans food tour. Taste classic dishes like pralines, po-boys, jambalaya, gumbo, and other Creole specialties ... More info ›

Eat your way through the French Quarter on this 3-hour New Orleans food tour. Taste classic dishes like pralines, po-boys, jambalaya, gumbo, and other Creole specialties. Learn about the city's culinary history, which is strongly influenced by Louisiana’s French heritage and the vibrant Creole population.

Meet your foodie guide near the French Market in the afternoon, and come hungry. The food tastings you'll enjoy during this tour are, combined, enough for lunch.

Stroll through the French Quarter streets at a laid-back pace, learning about the city's unique culinary history from your guide as you go. Stop at five different spots for tastings, all of which are included in the ticket price. You'll visit these places (subject to change):

  • Johnny’s Po-boy: Established in 1950, this third generation French Quarter landmark dishes out the best po-boys in New Orleans. The sandwich was first served to striking streetcar workers in 1929 and has been a New Orleans favorite ever since.
  • The Old Coffeepot: Classic Cajun and Creole cuisine has been the calling card here since 1894. You’ll try the same jambalaya that Guy Fieri featured on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives.
  • Tujague’s: This restaurant was previously a Spanish armory before it started slinging classic Creole dishes in an elegant setting. You’ll try their house specialty – a tender boiled beef brisket served in Creole sauce with just a touch of horseradish.
  • Laura’s Pralines and Candies: Nestled in the historic French Quarter, the Creole pralines and hand-dipped chocolates here are made fresh daily with recipes that date back to the 18th century. New Orleans’ oldest candy store is still going strong.

A surprise New Orleans original dessert also awaits your taste buds. The lunch bell ringeth!

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