Taste your way through the rollicking history and famous flavors of New Orleans on an afternoon private walking food tour. Visit historic restaurants and contemporary hotspots to sample six to eight different dishes, each with its own story to tell. Sample classic ‘Nawlins fare like po-boys, gumbo, chargrilled oysters and more while learning about the unique multicultural influences of Louisiana-style cooking.
3-hour walking food and history tour of New Orleans with your private group
Visit some of the city's best and most famous restaurants
Sample a generous handful of classical local dishes
Learn the origins behind each dish and what makes Louisiana-style cuisine unique
Home to all-star chefs and some of the south’s most distinctive cuisine, New Orleans is a foodie’s paradise. Meet your local gourmet guide across from the French Market at Sbisa’s Café, a local landmark that’s been serving up stiff drinks and savory fare to sailors, merchants and other hungry diners since 1899. Learn a bit about the history of New Orleans and how the merging of French, Spanish, Creole, Cajun and Native American cultures resulted in a completely unique regional flavor.
Walk to a handful of top-notch eateries to sample six to eight local dishes like seafood gumbo, chargrilled oysters, savory étouffée, the popular baguette sandwiches known as po-boys and more. As you nibble, slurp and sip your way through the French Quarter and surrounding area, get the scoop on the origins of each dish, from worker strikes to multicultural mashups.
By the end of the 3-hour tour, you’ll have a satisfied stomach and a brand-new appreciation for the city’s famously decadent delights!
Please note: All samples are included in the tour price, and drinks are available to purchase at many stops. Due to the nature of the tour, no food substitutions can be made.