We all had a great time and learned a lot about NOLA history. Barbara was an outstanding tour guide. The food was all very good and was plentiful. We were all stuffed when the tour ended. I have taken many food tours, and the only...More
Meet your guide at The Shops at the Colonnade in the French Quarter and set off by foot to explore some of the neighborhood’s best dishes, served up with a side of local history. Near the historic French Market, savor shrimp and creamy cheese grits at Cafe Fleur De Lis. Try cajun red beans and rice at Tujague’s, housed in a former Spanish armory, and sink your teeth into a savory muffaletta sandwich in a quiet Creole courtyard.
Try famous southern sweets including sticky pralines and handmade chocolate at Laura’s Pralines and Candies, New Orleans' oldest candy store that dates back to the 18th century. Taste the city’s French influence with fresh-baked pastries at the Croissant D’Or Patisserie. All together, the five food stops include enough samplings to make up a satisfying lunch.
The tour ends in the French Quarter.
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After many trips to New Orleans just 'winging it,' we decided to book a food tour. What a great decision that turned out to be! We followed Tish all over the French Quarter where she introduced us to wonderful foods and shared the history of...More
Our tour guide was Tish. She was a delight. Very knowledgeable, funny and timely. I went back to two of the places on the tour just so I could enjoy the food again. Was also a great mini intro to some of the architecture and...More
Thank you Linda Franzo for a great history lesson of New Orleans! The food spots were amazing from the beans and rice to the shrimp and grits, yum. Can't wait to try out some of the places you've recommended for the couple of days we're...More