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    NOLA Original Cocktail Walking Tour

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    Let the good times roll as you discover the Big Easy's vibrant drinking culture on the original cocktail walking tour of New Orleans. Explore the French Quarter's famous bars and restaurants as you sip the city's iconic libations, including the Sazerac and Pimm's Cup. On the 2.5-hour tour, learn the classic stories behind these unique concoctions as you wander through the colonial architecture of one of New Orleans' oldest neighborhoods, drinking in history and culture as you go. Embark on your exploration of New Orleans' cocktail culture from the Gray Line Lighthouse Ticket Office, right on the Mississippi River in the city's French Quarter. Your group of like-minded revelers will travel the neighborhood's historic streets, ducking in and out of watering holes and restaurants in buildings that still stand as beautiful examples of French and Spanish Colonial Architecture. While it's easy to get lost in the history of your surroundings, the real stars of the tour are the cocktails. Listen in as your guides reveal the stories behind each inventive libation and the characters that brought them to life. Learn the origins of Southern Comfort, a liqueur invented in New Orleans in 1874, and the even older story of the Sazerac, which dates back to 1850. Sample any of your favorites by purchasing a glass. You'll also get an inside peek into the city's oldest restaurant and its wine cellar and private dining rooms, where some of New Orleans' most important wheelings and dealings took place. Drink in the spirit of New Orleans by enjoying this 2.5-hour tour at the beginning of your visit to the Big Easy to pinpoint the stops you must revisit, or use it as an unexpected way to bid adieu to a city that's as rich in stories as it is in drinks to share them over. It's history with a twist!
    NOLA Original Cocktail Walking Tour

    400 Toulouse St, New Orleans

    • Discover the Big Easy's vibrant drinking culture with a cocktail walking tour
    • Explore the French Quarter's famous bars and most iconic restaurants
    • Learn the classic stories behind unique concoctions as you literally drink in the history
    • Wander through the colonial architecture of one of New Orleans' oldest neighborhoods
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    Garden District & Cemetery Tour

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    Excluded from early 19th Century Creole society, newly arrived Yankees got to work creating their own city. The Garden District. "Lafayette City," as it was once known, is just a short streetcar ride from the French Quarter, but it feels like a world apart. You'll love exploring one of New Orleans's most desired neighborhoods, home to the rich, the famous, the strange -- and the dead! As you wander the cobblestone streets, you'll visit Colonel Short's Villa, Rosegate, Commander's Palace Restaurant, Manning House and Lafayette Cemetery. This walking tour is not just mansions and manicured gardens, but stories of legends, tragedy, epidemics, lost causes, movie stars, celebrity chefs, and haunted spirits.
    Garden District & Cemetery Tour

    2770 Prytania St, New Orleans

    • Tour the stunning neighborhood of The Garden District
    • Visit beautifully preserved 19th century mansions, gardens, and cemeteries
    • Learn about the Garden District's famous residents, past and present
    • Get an inside look at one of New Orleans' most desired and storied districts
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    Food and History Tour

    Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow we eat leftovers from the fridge! This New Orleans food tour has every culinary taste covered. With a history-savvy guide leading the way, you'll walk from classic Creole restaurants and neighborhood sandwich shops to hot sauce bars and artisanal candy stores. Visit up to seven locations to sample diverse foods representing the breadth of Louisiana's culinary heritage, including dishes like seafood gumbo, Creole brisket, po-boys and pralines. Learn about the historical origins of each cuisine and, when possible, hear the chefs discuss their influences. Better eat up before you have to scrounge around your fridge again!
    Food and History Tour

    310 Chartres St, New Orleans

    • Get a taste for NOLA the best way you possibly can -- through it's food!
    • Follow your history-savvy guide to sample the diverse food of Louisiana's culinary heritage
    • Try dishes like seafood gumbo, Creole brisket, po-boys, and much more
    • Enjoy a day of eating and walking, getting to know NOLA's history along the way
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    Voodoo Tour

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    Shrouded in mystery and secrecy -- and often misrepresented by popular culture and Hollywood depictions - Voodoo has long held reign in New Orleans legends, folklore, and history. The spirituality was hidden among the slaves of the 1700s, popularized and commercialized by the famous Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau in the 19th century, and still functions as an alternative religion in the modern day city. Covering topics like colonial slavery and the Haitian Rebellions, this tour will introduce you to the Congo Square and the New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum. Learn about Voodoo holidays, icons, and depictions in New Orleans and popular culture. You'll end with a stop inside one of the modern day Voodoo temples and a chance to pick up some New Orleans "gris-gris" to take home!
    Voodoo Tour

    806 N Rampart St, New Orleans

    • Tour the Voodoo hotspots of New Orleans on this mysterious tour
    • Visit iconic sites and museums, and learn about the history, development, and long term effects of Voodoo on New Orleans
    • Take home your own gris-gris talisman and stop inside one of the modern day Voodoo temples
    • Explore one of the most unique parts of New Orleans
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    Cajun Taste Tour

    Ever had boudin? What about king cake, etouffee, gumbo, fried seafood boil, or cracklin'? If you said yes to all of the above, you're either a Cajun or a food critic -- BUT, have you ever had them all in one day? It's no myth that Cajun might just be most fantastic food in the world. So if you're in Lafayette, you've no excuse not to try out the best edibles the earthlings have to offer -- after all, you're about as close as you're ever gonna get to culinary heaven. Take this tour by Cajun Food Tours to visit 6 stops along the way. You'll discover exactly why Lafayette has earned the recent titles of "Best U.S. Food City" (Rand McNally-USA Today, 2011) and "The Tastiest Town in the South" (Southern Living 2012).
    Cajun Taste Tour

    1879 W Pinhook Rd, Lafayette

    • Take a short drive west to Cajun Country and hop aboard a spacious bus for this fun and tasty tour of Lafayette's best Cajun treats
    • Enjoy a fun, comfortable way to travel with up to 14 passengers while seeing all of the sights through large viewing windows
    • Stop at 6 locations to get a taste of local favorites -- you'll enjoy all kinds of Cajun originals!
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    French Quarter Food Tour

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    Find out what all the fuss is about on this half-day tour of some of the best food in New Orleans' famous French Quarter. Your knowledgeable, passionate guide will escort you to famous restaurants in the French Quarter and Riverwalk, including a few commonly mentioned in cookbooks. You may sample red beans and rice at Napolean House, chargrilled oysters at Seafood Treasure and beignets at Cafe du Monde. Learn about the rich legacy of fine food in the French Quarter and which hotspots to check out on your own later; you can even work with your guide to customize the tour to your interests. Meet your guide in the heart of the French Quarter to embark on your three-hour walking tour of world-class restaurants. Wander the lively streets of the French Quarter and get an insider's look at the kitchens often seen on food shows and featured in cookbooks. Let your guide know the restaurants you're interested in checking out or perhaps ask your guide to recommend a personal favorite.

    Indulge in six or seven food tastings and one alcoholic beverage tasting during your tour. You may have chargrilled oysters at Seafood Treasure, red beans and rice at Napolean House, and beignets and cafe au lait at Cafe du Monde. Try a popular cocktail with a distinctive New Orleans' twist at Pimms Cup. Pimms originated in England, but the Pimms Cup cocktail was dreamed up in New Orleans. Your tastings are all included in the price of your tour and easily add up to a meal's worth of food. There's a moderate amount of walking involved as you move from one exceptional restaurant to the next, so it's easy to work off the calories!

    Your 3-hour tasting adventure concludes in the French Quarter where you can keep exploring on your own or return to a favorite eatery on your own later for a sit-down meal!
    French Quarter Food Tour

    351 38th St, New Orleans

    • Discover the best food selections in New Orleans's famous French Quarter
    • Be escorted to famous restaurants by your knowledgeable and passionate guide
    • Learn about the rich legacy of fine food in the French Quarter and spend three hours wandering its lively streets
    • Indulge in six or seven food tastings and one alcoholic beverage tasting during your tour
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    Cocktail History Tour

    Let Dr. Gumbo be your guide as your stroll through the French Quarter and taste some of the best cocktails in New Orleans. Learn all about the bar history of the city as you visit classic hangouts such as SoBou, the Bourbon O Bar, and Tujague's. You'll sip on Sazerac, French 75, Vieux Carré and more as you hear all about the fascinating history of cocktails and culture in the Crescent City. Your last stop will take you to one of the oldest and tastiest restaurants in the area (just in case you need a little food to soak up the fun). With 4 different stops and plenty of interesting stories to hear while you drink, you're bound to be satisfied by this spirited tour (bad puns not included).
    Cocktail History Tour

    329 Decatur St, New Orleans

    • Sample classic cocktails of New Orleans as you tour the French Quarter
    • Sip on favorites such as Sazerac and French 75
    • Learn where the Grasshopper was invented
    • See a side of Crescent City's bar scene beyond Bourbon Street
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    French Quarter Culinary History and Tasting Tour

    Looking for boo-coo fun that won't have you making dodo? This French Quarter walking tour will hit all the right marks. You'll be in the qualified hands of a knowledgeable insider and fellow foodie, who will introduce you to some of the best culinary hot spots, many of which you won't find in a guidebook. You'll be filling up on samples that on past tours has included seafood gumbo, red beans and rice, beef brisket with creole sauce, jambalaya, muffalino, gelato, turtle soup, and shrimp arnaud. In addition to a number of hole-in-the-wall establishments that will instantly charm you, you'll check out two of New Orleans' most renowned restaurants, Antoine's and Tujague's - each of which has been around since the mid-19th century! Along the way, you'll learn the difference between creole and cajun, get a roux cooking demonstration, and learn about the history and culture of this food-lover's paradise. What you say, boo?
    French Quarter Culinary History and Tasting Tour

    French Quarter, New Orleans

    • Enjoy a walking tour of New Orlean's French Quarter with a culinary focus
    • Taste some of the city's most famous dishes, including creole and cajun mainstays
    • Learn about the deep culture and history of this hub of original gourmet cuisine
    • Satiate your tummy and your mind with an inside look of this unique area
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    Oak Street Food Walking Tour

    Discover New Orleans' renowned restaurants and backstreet gems on a 3-hour food tour around Oak Street in Carrollton! With a local guide, explore the eclectic neighborhood with its thriving dining scene, and learn about the development of New Orleans' distinct cuisine. At least half a dozen samples of both local and international dishes are included, offering enough food to make a meal. A hearty appetite is recommended as well as good walking shoes; this Carrollton food tour is done on foot. Start your tour in Carrollton, a vibrant neighborhood accessible by taking the famous St Charles Avenue trolley car from downtown or the Garden District (own expense). Meet your guide on Oak Street, and then stroll past the street's lively bars, restaurants and live music venues to scout out the neighborhood's beloved eateries. While New Orleans is a well-established mecca for food lovers, uptown Carrollton is becoming the hotspot for foodies in the know.

    Call in at several venues around Oak Street in Carrollton to hear about the owners' passions for their food and sample their local specialties that many visitors miss. Dishes and venues change on occasion, but your route always includes at least six stops that collectively provide enough food and drink for a meal.

    Chow down on 'real nawlin' food' at the legendary Jacque-Imo's -- a New Orleans' institution serving stellar staples such as shrimp Creole -- and get a taste for the best dishes in in town at the highly rated Cowbell. Discover Carrollton's multicultural vibe on a visit to Chiba Samplings, the go-to place for Japanese-inspired dishes, and experience the succulent and juicy meat of Squeal BBQ, an award-winning favorite.

    No food tour is complete without a few drinks to complement the food, so follow your guide into D'Juice to sip on its fresh juices, and then follow the lead of knowing locals into Rue de La Course Coffee Shop, a bustling drink spot. Other eateries that you may visit include Oak Street Café for brunch samples, Tru Burger for delicious meat, New Orleans' Artisan Bakery or Simpsons Antiques -- a cafe-come-antique shop.

    Your 3-hour Carrollton food tour finishes back at the start point on Oak Street, leaving you perfectly placed to continue exploring the lively neighborhood. Ask your guide for recommendations; perhaps see if there's live music playing in the Maple Leaf pub, or check out places to visit independently.
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    Oak Street Food Walking Tour

    French Quarter, New Orleans

    • Discover New Orleans's renowned restaurants and backstreet gems on a walking tour around Oak Street
    • Explore the eclectic neighborhood of Carrollton and its thriving food scene with your local guide
    • Learn about the history and development of New Orleans's distinct cuisine
    • Indulge in at least half a dozen samples of both local and international dishes
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    New Orleans Culinary Experience

    Ready to stuff your stomach and your head at the same time? You'll begin your journey by learning some fundamentals of Louisiana-style cooking thanks to a live demonstration followed by a savory lunch. Afterwards, you'll spend some time walking off your meal during a 45-minute shopping break in the French Quarter. Then the tour picks up full steam with an insider's tour of some New Orlean's top kitchens! You'll find out the differences between Creole and Cajun while exploring the many cultures and traditions that have shaped New Orleans into one of the most original culinary hubs in the world. You'll also be sampling some of the famous cuisines of these famous locales, which includes stops at Antoine's and Tujague's, two of the city's oldest and most renowned restaurants. But do you really need to hear anything other than, "second lunch!?"
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    New Orleans Culinary Experience

    French Quarter, New Orleans

    • Enjoy a walking tour of New Orleans' French Quarter with a culinary focus
    • Taste some of the city's most famous dishes, including creole and cajun mainstays
    • Learn about the deep culture and history of this hub of original gourmet cuisine
    • Satiate your tummy and your mind with an inside look this unique area
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