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What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
- $49 for one ticket to the Cajun Seafood Crawl ($100 value)
- $85 for two tickets to the Cajun Seafood Crawl ($200 value)
- $165 for four tickets to the Cajun Seafood Crawl ($400 value)
On Thursdays and Sundays at 4 p.m., groups head out from the Joan of Arc Statue at the corner of Decatur and St. Phillips streets on two-hour walking tours. The tours stop at various seafood joints in New Orleans to give people a taste of everything from crawfish to gumbo to oysters.
The Fine Print
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About Second City Tours
Some cities are known for mostly one thing. Chicago for its deep-dish pizza. New Orleans for its gumbo. San Francisco for its Ghirardelli chocolate. But the Windy City, the Big Easy, and the Golden Gate City have so much more to offer visitors searching for great food. That's where Second City Tours comes in. Its guides lead out-of-towners and locals alike to both popular eateries and hidden gems on food tours.
The Chicago walking tours include the Pizza Parade, the Beer and Bacon tour, and the Chicago Food Crawl, which includes stops at two local icons—Portillo's for a Chicago-style hot dog and Al's for an italian-beef sandwich. Most tours take place around the trendy River North neighborhood, though some, such as the Belmont Food Binge, explore other neighborhoods. In New Orleans, tour goers cruise around the historic French Quarter neighborhood snacking on po boys, gumbo, Central Grocery's famous muffaletta, and beignets at Cafe Du Monde, and in San Francisco visitors sample sourdough bread and gourmet chocolates throughout the hilly burg.