Like an etch-a-sketch or a man covered in ants, cocktails just beg to be shaken. Stir up the nightlife with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for two tickets to a Craft Cocktail or Bar Hopping History tour (up to a $50 value)
- $39 for four tickets to a Craft Cocktail or Bar Hopping History tour (up to a $100 value)
The two-hour Craft Cocktail tour stops at three cocktail bars, which can include The Sazerac Bar, French 75, and Muriel’s Jackson Square, where up to 6 tourists learn about the roles that certain drinks’ played in the city’s history. These tours depart at 5 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, or 4:30 p.m. on Saturday. During the two-hour Bar Hopping History tour, guides take up to 12 people around the French Quarter, where they learn about the area’s history, architecture, and culture between pit stops at iconic bars such as Pat O’Brien’s and Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop. These tours depart at 2 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. No alcoholic beverages are included with either option, though tourists can purchase them for an additional cost.
La Vie Orleans Tours, LLC
La Vie Orleans Tours, LLC owner Ashton Rogers arrived in New Orleans as a Tulane law student and quickly became enamored by the city’s French-inspired culture and lifestyle. After graduating from Tulane, Ashton created La Vie Orleans Tour—which roughly translates to “The Orleans Life”—to share the city’s best.
The French Quarter tour features historic sites such as Jackson Square and the Lalaurie House, while La Vie Orleans’ cocktail tour ducks into bars and tucked-away dives to discover the cocktail’s role in the city’s history. Guides can also plan custom tours for bachelorette/bachelor parties, business groups, and other special occasions.
96% of 123 customers recommend
“Ashton gave a great tour, even in the rain! He was very friendly and informative. We enjoyed our tour and would definitely recommend to others!”
“We liked the style of tour Ashton gave, like meeting up with an old college friend. Informative and relaxed. We also liked the small size- enough time to ask questions.”