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The Original Taste of the French Quarter Food Tour

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New Orleans, United States
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3 hours  (Approx.)
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Offered in: English

Overview

Savor the famous homestyle Louisiana cooking of New Orleans on a mouthwatering food walking tour of the French Quarter. Visit five classic restaurants to sample local Creole, Cajun and French-inspired specialties like po-boy sandwiches, beef brisket, sticky-sweet pralines and some of the best jambalaya in town.
  • Afternoon food walking tour of New Orleans
  • Discover the unique flavors of local cuisine, featuring Creole, Cajun and French influences
  • Visit five historic eateries in the French Quarter
  • Sample local specialties like beef brisket po-boys and the muffaletta
  • Taste authentic jambalaya featured by Guy Fieri on the Food Network
  • Indulge your sweet tooth with pralines from the city's oldest candy store
  • All tastings are included and make up a satisfying lunch
Bring your appetite and walking shoes for a delicious tour of New Orleans’ French Quarter. Make your way to the French Market in the early afternoon to meet your local foodie guide, and set of on a leisurely stroll through the surrounding historic streets. While visiting five different eateries, learn about the unique confluence of cultures that gives New Orleans cuisine its distinctive flavor.

At Johnny’s Po-Boys, in business since 1950, bite into one of the city’s classic lunch dishes — a famous Nola Muffaletta.

Pop into The Old Coffeepot for a taste of the sumptuous Cajun jambalaya that that Guy Fieri tried on the Food Network’s ‘Diners, Drive-ins and Dives,’ and soak up the historic charm and bold flavors at Tujague’s, a former Spanish armory that dishes up a mean boiled beef brisket smothered in a special Creole sauce.

You haven't experienced New Orleans until you've been to New Orleans Creole Cookery. It encompasses New Orleans’ most treasured cooking traditions in an innovative setting that speaks to the way people dine today. Famous Bread pudding awaits your Taste buds!

Soak up the historic charm and bold flavors at Tujague’s, a former Spanish armory that dishes up a mean beef brisket po-boy served along side of a  special Creole sauce with just a dash of horseradish. 

Satisfy your sweet tooth with decadent southern-style treats and hand-dipped chocolates at Laura’s Pralines and Candies, New Orleans’ oldest candy shop where expert confectioners use recipes passed down from the 18th century. Be sure to save room for one last surprise sweet treat, a specialty New Orleans dessert. All tastings are included in the tour price and together make up a diverse and satisfying lunch.
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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What is the typical group size?
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Group sizes for this tour are capped at a maximum of 15 travelers.
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How long is the tour?
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Approximately 3 hours long.
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What languages is this tour offered in?
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This tour is offered in English.

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Great Tour
Thomas P
, Oct 2019
The tour provides a very informative history of New Orleans culinary past as well as provide great food at 5 locations.
Response from Host , Oct 2019
Hi Thomas! Thank you for taking the time out of your day to let us and others know about your experience on one of our New Orleans Tours. We'd love to host you again in the future! Please be sure to visit us in Chicago or San Francisco should you find yourself there. Wishing you and yours all the very best and tasty travels. -Tastebud Tours.
A Misnamed Tour
Neena D
, Mar 2019
We like doing a food tour of every major new city we visit, giving us what we think is a good feel fo the city and its culinary delights. This was one of the worst we've done. That said, we had an extremely good tourist guide, Jeannine Chance. By chance (pun intended), a former elementary headmistress, her knowledge of New Orleans' history was outstanding, and she was brilliant at imparting all that knowledge to the number of people who joined the food tour. Trouble was this was a food tour, not a history tour. The food in each establishment we went to was like being on a sausage factory conveyor belt. We had to wait for other Food Tours to be escorted out of the assigned venue, then led us in, feed us with VERY average food, and then shoo us out of the venue ready for the next Food Tour to feed in. We did not have one good bite on the Tour. Not one. As I say, ironically we got our money's worth courtesy of the luck of the draw getting our Tour guide on the history of New Orleans. As for a Food Tour, it was extremely disappointing and not recommended for others.
Very Infornative
Tourist65361487758
, Dec 2018
our guide, Suzanne(?) was very informative and seemed to know her New Orleans history well. her specialty is coffee which was cool, she's writing a book about the history of coffee in New Orleans. the places we visited were exactly what we expected, the muffuletta sandwiches were everyone in my groups favorite by far.
French Quarter food tour
Sunshine568259
, Oct 2018
I enjoyed the tour with Tish. She imparted interesting information about the food. I would have liked to learn a bit more about the history of the French Quarter and New Orleans, but the food was good and the group was really fun.
Great time!
susanwhalin60
, Sep 2018
This is the second time I've taken the tour I think it's one of the best Food Tours available.Highly recommend -you get a lot of food and alot of history!
Taste of French Quarter
Mylene G
, Jul 2018
Janice did a great job....enjoyed it very much. Would recommend it to anyone visiting for the first time
Janice, Janice, Janice! We had such...
Joyce A B
, Jun 2018
Janice, Janice, Janice! We had such a wonderful time on this food tour! I really cannot say enough about the tour and our tour guide, Janice. She was full of energy and was like a ray of light. She not only taught us extremely interesting facts about the food history of NOLA, but gave us an overall history lesson of NOLA and the French Quarter. Informative and fun with some fabulous food! I want to go back and take this tour again the next time I am in NOLA. Would highly recommend it, especially in the beginning of your trip. Bring your walking shoes and get ready to eat some great food! A truly fun afternoon.
Great tour! Tish was very...
Paul K
, Apr 2018
Great tour! Tish was very knowledgeable about the history of the town! Food was very tasty!
This was a disappointment. The...
donna t
, Apr 2018
This was a disappointment. The guide was prone to negative comments about her role as guide and tour was disorganized. Places were not ready for us when we arrived. She seemed to be winging it. Last place didnt have space for us so we ate out of to go paperbags sitting at docks. Two of stops served sandwiches. Since seafood is highlighted in NOLA, would have been nice to have a taste.
The tour was good, the only downfall...
Corey B
, Apr 2018
The tour was good, the only downfall was that we had to wait 10-15 minutes for our food at each location.

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