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Taste of New Orleans du Jour

Quick Details

  • Duration: Tour starts at 1:00 pm and lasts for 3 Hours
  • The price of this tour includes all food
  • If available, guests are welcome to purchase adult beverages/cocktails (21 and over) along the way
  • Shopping is allowed at locations (if available)
  • This tour starts in front of the “Head to Toe” fashion shop located at 816 Decatur St, New Orleans. A Tastebud Tours sign will be in the window to confirm you are at the right address.
  • Please wear comfortable shoes and clothing and dress for rain or shine
Taste of New Orleans du Jour
$59.50

Savor the Taste of New Orleans du Jour

However many days you’re spending in the Crescent City, there’s no better way to start your visit than with the ultimate local food tour. Eat your way throughout the streets of the French Quarter and visit Jackson Square in the heart of the city. Our guides can’t wait to entertain you with interesting facts and anecdotes, and point out famous sights along the way.

This tour visits five different eateries (plenty to fill you up for lunch!), which are included in the ticket price (restaurants are subject to change).

Keep an ear open for the lunch bell! Come hungry!

Tour Stops du Jour

Laura’s Pralines and Candies

Munch on Creole pralines and hand-dipped chocolates whose roots date back to the 18th century – the recipes haven’t changed! Nestled in the French Quarter, New Orleans’ oldest candy store is sweeter than ever.

Johnny’s Po-boy

Featured on The Food Network and established in 1950, this third generation French Quarter landmark dished out the best sandwiches in New Orleans. Enjoy a muffuletta with all of its classic fixings!

Court of the Two Sisters

Home of the only daily jazz brunch in town, Court of Two Sisters is famed for its beautiful wisteria-blanketed courtyard and bubbling fountains. This two-centuries-old restaurant is steeped in history, and is the perfect destination for all visitors to the Crescent City. Treat your tastebuds to some Creole seafood gumbo. Local brews are also available should you want to enjoy one with your tasting.

Tujague’s

This restaurant was previously a Spanish armory before it started serving classic Creole dishes in an elegant setting. We’ll try their house specialty – a beef brisket po-boy served with a Creole sauce with just a touch of horseradish.

New Orleans Creole Cookery

You have to try the famous Jambalaya at the New Orleans Creole Cookery. You haven’t experienced New Orleans until you’ve stepped into this iconic eatery, courtesy of A.J. and Anna Tusa of the famous New Orleans Tusa restaurant family. The Cookery promises a shot of new generation energy combined with the city’s most treasured cooking traditions in a setting that really speaks to the way people dine today.