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400 Royal Street, New Orleans

Up to 56% Off on Culinary Tour at Taste of Nawlins

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During a 2-hour walking tour, guests learn about the city’s history & architecture while sampling some of the it’s finest cuisine. Join us!

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po' boy
3 ratings1 reviews
July 27, 2021
Our guide was personable and knowledgeable. The food was absolutely amazing! I recommend this tour
3 ratings2 reviews
July 18, 2021
Val was amazing!
4 ratings2 reviews
July 6, 2021
I believe our tour guide was Sue and she was FANTASTIC. She knew so much about the history and food of New Orleans. We only had small samples at each location but in the end we were full. Highly recommend this tour!
Dominiquetop reviewer helpful reviewer
6 ratings5 reviews
June 28, 2021
Overall tour was cool. The food was ok -- Felt it was commercialized to fit the masses -- was looking for more authentic/spicy Nola food. Also, a lot of the tastings were cooked with pork so beware if you're veg. or don't eat pork. Bob was a good and informed. Enjoyed him as a tour guide.
Laurahelpful reviewer
4 ratings2 reviews3 photos
June 23, 2021
I recommend this tour when you first get to New Orleans. We've been here almost a week and had already sampled everything we were given on the tour. We had Gumbo, Jamalaya, Etouffee, Red Beans and Rice and a Praline (4 places). However, Val was nice and shared write a bit about New Orleans culture and history.
Roberttop reviewer helpful reviewer
10 ratings7 reviews2 photos
June 9, 2021
it was ok, I low key expected a little bit more food for the price I paid. It fet like going to a Sam's Club and trying those little samples, but no repeats only once. The guide was very informative and entertaining.
19 ratings3 reviews
June 2, 2021
Tour was nice. Food was good.
Kelleyhelpful reviewer
7 ratings1 reviews1 photos
April 23, 2021
It would have been nicer if they had more samples like a crawfish, oyster, or the bananas Foster instead of talking about them at every location. They also really needed to turn down the damn music at the restaurants so we could actually hear what the tour guide was saying. The sample choices at the 3 restaurants were above average, but not the best in town.
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About This Deal

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Choose from Three Options

  • $39 for admission for one to the Taste of Nawlins food and history tour ($79 value)
  • $74 for admission for two to the Taste of Nawlins food and history tour ($160 value)
  • $138 for admission for four to the Taste of Nawlins food and history tour ($320 value)

The 2.5-hour tour takes place seven days a week, beginning at 3 p.m. at the Louisiana Supreme Court building at 400 Royal St., with food included.

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Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Promotional value expires 4 months after purchase. Reservation required. May be repurchased every 30 days. Not valid on Mardi Gras (2/9). Limit 2 per person, may buy 3 additional as gift(s). All goods or services must be used by the same person. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Taste of Nawlins

Taste of Nawlins bundles Nola's famous cuisine, architecture, history, and character into a 2.5-hour walking tour that piques the interest of taste buds and minds. During the course of the tour, guests will drop into a few restaurants to sample jambalaya, po' boys, and other Cajun and Creole classics. In between bites they'll learn about the city's cuisine and culture and stop to marvel at the architecture.