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Food, Culture, and History of the French Quarter(Private)

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COVID-19 Information:

As of January 3, 2022, the City of New Orleans has mandated proof of 1 dose of an approved COVID vaccine or negative antigen or PCR COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours for all indoor dining for everyone ages 5+. We ask that all guests without this documentation please contact us at least 48 hours in advance (or as soon as you book the tour) and inform your guide upon check-in.

As of January 12, 2022, the City of New Orleans has reinstated the indoor mask mandate for everyone ages 2+.

For more information on COVID-19 mandates and requirements in New Orleans, please visit ready.nola.gov/restrictions.

1 person
$342
2 people
$372
3 people
$402
4 people
$432
5 people
$460
6 people
$492
7 people
$525
8 people
$552
9 people
$585
10 people
$610
11 people
$638
12 people
$672

Highlights:

  • Walk along the iconic Mississippi River and take in the beautiful views and its history.
  • Enjoy a sweet breakfast with a classic Nola treat – the beignet!
  • Head over to the French Market and learn of the history of its culinary background from your guide.
  • Grab a cup of Gumbo, a classic bite in New Orleans much loved by the locals and tourists alike!
  • Be daring with some spicy sauces, maybe some tabasco?

Included: Local English speaking guide and food samples. Food options and portion sizes vary — total amount of food equals a full meal.

Not Included: Additional food and drink, souvenirs, tips and gratuities for the guide.

Summary:

Join a local guide to learn how people from all backgrounds settling along the banks of the Mississippi came together to make the French Quarter what it is today. And what better way to experience this than trying out delicious local food? On our New Orleans food tour, we’ll take you to a local hangout for the best beignets, offer a chance to tuck into mouth-watering Cajun and Creole dishes, and visit a market older than the city itself. Maybe you’ll try a N’awlins muffuletta, appreciate the praline and its fascinating history, or indulge in alligator sausage. Either way, by the end you’ll be filled but wanting to take all of the best New Orleans recipes home with you!