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.