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New Orleans stands as one of the most unique culinary destinations in the U.S., known especially for a dish that carries with it the story of the city and its people: gumbo. On this tour of the French Quarter, we’ll delight your taste buds with the various styles of gumbo and learn why this hearty dish captures the essence of the Crescent City. With a local guide, you’ll be visiting beloved and lesser-known eateries serving up the best of gumbo, discovering the ingredients that go into creating the Creole, Cajun, Native American, and African influences that have evolved as immigrants shaped the city’s food scene. This tour will have you soaking up the rich history of New Orleans and the last of your bowl with some French bread, ending with a classic dessert with a story of its own. Along the way, your guide will be pointing out buildings that represent the city’s mix of cultures just as much as gumbo, including the Parisian-inspired Pontalba buildings and iconic St. Louis Cathedral
Jackson Square, next to Andrew Jackson statue
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7/16/2020 - 6/21/2024
Monday - Sunday : 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Queen Victoria Statue
30/A, Nrupathunga Rd, Ambedkar Veedhi, Sampangi Rama Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001, India
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Community Impact: Our tours are powered by the local community, with small, local establishments who have crafted their dishes to reflect their heritage and love for New Orleans culture and cuisine This tour dives into the history of New Orleans’ diverse peoples, highlighting the contributions of often-overlooked groups including Creole, Cajun, and African American Our small-group tours minimize negative impacts on the local community, reducing pressure on small businesses we frequent, allowing locals more room to maneuver around our tours, and reducing noise pollution without the need of microphones We mindfully design our tours to explore areas on foot, thus doing our part to lessen our environmental impact
Your food tour will take place in the charming French Quarter, one of NOLA’s most historic neighborhoods, filled with excellent restaurants, bars, and a mix of beautiful architectural styles. We’ll be visiting businesses who have long enjoyed a reputation for some of the best gumbo you’ll have in the city!
Known as the location where Louisiana was officially recognized as a U.S. territory, Jackson Square features an equestrian statue of President Andrew Jackson and is ringed by many famous New Orleans institutions including Cafe du Monde and the Pontalba Buildings.
On this New Orleans walking and food tasting tour, you'll be passing by the St. Louis Cathedral, the oldest cathedral in continuous use in the United States and known as the iconic, triple-steepled backdrop to Jackson Square.
Formerly home to the Spanish municipal government before the Louisiana Purchase, this neighbor to St. Louis Cathedral can be seen from the tour's starting point in Jackson Square
A neighbor to the iconic St. Louis Cathedral, this is one of the nation's best examples of formal colonial Spanish architecture. We'll see this beautiful building from the tour's starting point in Jackson Square, before heading into the French Quarter.
On your New Orleans walking tour, you’ll be sure to spot the wrought iron–wrapped balconies that have long been associated with the elegant architecture found in New Orleans and affixed to these handsome brick buildings built between 1849 and 1851.
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.
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