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Go for the gastronomic gusto on a food‐filled walking tour of New Orleans! Journey with a savvy local guide to popular Creole eateries, markets, and artisanal shops to sample diverse foods that define Louisiana’s culinary landscape. Stopping at several locations, savor such classic bites as seafood gumbo, Creole brisket, po'boys, and pralines. Along the way, meet local chefs and learn about New Orleans’ rich culinary history.
New Orleans’ French Quarter is known for its amazing food, and this Cajun and Creole cooking class centered in the French Quarter provides you with the tips you need to be able to make three dishes in your own kitchen. This private experience can be booked for up to ten people, and you’ll get quality time with your group as you make gumbo, etouffee, and bananas foster all from scratch.
Experience a classic NOLA dining experience like a VIP with this special access pass to Mister Gregory’s French Quarter Shrimp Boil. Start with a muffaletta tasting and appetizers of local blue crab and alligator tail while admiring views of Armstrong Park. Watch as chefs prepare the boil, then dig into this authentic New Orleans dish—save room for dessert. All the while, local performers keep you entertained.
Discover the magic of the Vieux Carré in the morning on this historic walking tour. Accompany your friendly guide on a stroll through the French Quarter to view signature architecture and learn about the convergence of ethnic influence on this famous neighborhood, from cloistered courtyards and intricate ironwork to po’ boys and jambalaya. If option selected, end with a sugar-dusted beignet and café au lait at Cafe du Monde, a classic New Orleans institution.
The New Orleans Hard Rock Cafe brings classic cuisine to the Big Easy with a prix-fixe menu that highlights the city's musical heritage. Choose a 2- or 3-course menu with your preferred musical theme. No matter what meal you choose, your appetite will be quenched at this transcontinental cultural icon.
A long-standing New Orleans establishment, reservations at Tujague’s Restaurant are booked up fast. Guarantee an authentic Creole dinner at this New Orleans landmark by booking in advance. This fixed-price menu includes four choices with options like gumbo, shrimp and grits, and bread pudding so you have a chance to try the classics done right.
- Tour one of the smallest (but most eclectic!) distilleries in Louisiana, while getting an up-close look at all of the equipment utilized in the process.
- Learn about the origins of sugar cane production across the world and uncover how it's evolution influenced our modern-day styles of rum
- Explore the art and chemistry behind the fermentation, distillation, and aging processes, and the specific techniques employed in our process to make such a distinctive rum
- Sample a variety of award-winning rums and discover your favorites! All are carefully hand-crafted on site and harness the vibrant sugar cane industry of Louisiana.
- Meet and speak with the actual rum makers as we give you a behind-the-scenes look at this time-honored process
We love New Orleans and we love to share our rich culinary history with others so that we may continue these traditions for years to come. Not only will you get a fabulous "tour", you will get an excellent meal at an excellent price!
This is a custom private tour of the Garden District, Lafayette Cemetery No. 1 and Magazine Street. With Galavant tours we completely tailor these tours to the interest of our guests. We have arranged bikes to easily extend the range of our tours and have focused on the culinary aspects of the city, mixing the history of New Orleans with the local cuisine of Magazine street.
This is a great experience for friends, families, special parties, as well as couples who want to share a more intimate French Quarter experience of the unique European history and cuisine of our three hundred year old city. This is an intimate experience of the French Quarter, including areas of the old neighborhood experienced by the few. You will not only dine in an iconic creole restaurant but visit parts not seen by many. Understand our old NOLA saying, "You can live in any City but New Orleans is the only City that can live in you."
Most travelers to New Orleans stay in the French Quarter and rarely venture off to see parts of the city that locals frequent. On this trip we will take you to different neighborhoods so that you can get a taste of what we experience on a day to day basis.
One of a kind New Orleans Food Experience hosted by a well-known expert! Learn about the Famous King Cake and the Christmas Festival and Mardi Gras Carnival from a local baker and Mardi Gras Krewe member.
Join hostess and chef, Joanna and Robert Iacovone’s elevated, immersive dining experience in the heart of New Orleans. Here, guests are stepping into a chef’s table event where they can cook with the chef or sit back, relax, and be pampered with a delicious meal.
• An intimate dinner with 2-8 guests around the Iacovone table
• A night to remember packed with New Orleans history and insight
• Please bring your own beverages - If you wish to have wine pairings, Chef Robert is a trained sommelier and is happy to guide you through flavor profiles