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    Classic New Orleans Drinks Tour

    New Orleans Culinary History Tours
    New Orleans is a noted party town and with good reason. But these days finding your way past all of the big name chains and into its real heart and soul can a futile endeavor. That's why this tour pairs you with an insider that knows the city's best kept secrets. You'll be embarking on cocktail-laden tour that'll introduce you to all the top bars, including a few renowned mainstays along with some hole-in-the-wall gems. Featured are two of the city's oldest establishments, Tujague's and Antoine's, both established way back in the mid-19th century. Unravel the history of some New Orleans revelers' favorite beverages, including grasshoppers, absinthe, and sazerac. As an added bonus, you'll also have the opportunity to try Abita Beer, one of the area's top microbrews. At the end of your adventure, you'll finish things off right by enjoying a French 75 Champagne Cocktail and Souffle Potatoes at Arnaud's.
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    Bourbon Street Pub Crawl

    Feel like mixing it up in New Orleans, but don't know where to go? This Bourbon Street Pub Crawl will set you straight (right up until you walk into a wall)! Get your drink on at five of the French Quarter's most esteemed (i.e., wild and crazy) party venues. Test your pelvic range with a mechanical bull ride, and dance like a drunken fool to the heady beats of live bands and DJs. At each venue, enjoy VIP entry and 30-40 minutes to enjoy exclusive drink specials. And at the final stop, you're free to stay until closing, or head back to a previous location (watch out for that wall). Five pubs. One night to misremember.
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