Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Steamboat Natchez Jazz Brunch Cruise in New Orleans. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Had a relaxing afternoon brunch with friends on the Natchez. It was wonderful to see New Orleans from the water and get a feel for the Mississippi River. Great jazz, cocktails were excellent and the food was good.
Enjoyed the brunch and the informational presentation and the music. ..everything went smooth on the cruise..waiting in line was fairly short to board as well. ...wish it would go farther and longer. .
Sunday brunch was excellent. Attentive staff. nice overall experience.
The food was very good! Unfortunately due to thick fog we were unable to leave the dock- but we were refunded the amount of the cruise. We would highly recommend this trip
After a slight glitch, they would not accept the emailed printout as a ticket despite that it was written that it was OK, the rest was great. I had to get out of the queue that I had deliberately arrived early because of my husband's wheelchair and go back to the ticket office that had lines as well. . It was annoying but do able. The ship's staff and amenities were great. The narrative and jazz were great as well.
We had a most enjoyable cruise and brunch on the Steamboat Natchez. The brunch was delicious and well worth the money. If you go to New Orleans it is a must do to go on the Steamboat on the Mississipi River.
Engine room tour was terrific, loved the band,and the commentary was great.
Everyone should take the Natchez brunch cruise. It was fantastic.
We loved this tour the food was fabulous and we chose the 2.30 brunch the weather was beautiful as was the 2 hour cruise on the Mississippi would definitely recommend great value for money.
My group, The Red Hat Saay Sistahs , from Gulfport, Ms. love the cruise and brunch. We felt like royals. The treatment and service was more than we expected. We will do this excursion again soon. Thanks to everyone connected to making our street so successful. Sandy Castillo, Queen Mother
I went on the dinner cruise 15 years ago and had such fond memories that when I traveled again to Nola I made sure to book this trip, this time for brunch. The service was wonderful, the food was quite good - the bread pudding was the best I ate my whole trip! - and the narration was informative and clear. We had free reign of the boat, checked out the beautiful Mississippi from all angles and even took a tour of the engine room. It was certainly one of the high points on our five day New Orleans trip. Highly recommended.
Most enjoyable experience! Food was not bad, but not great - probably as good as could be expected under those conditions - limited time, lots of people to feed.