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Cocktail and Culinary Tours

New Orleans is a city that is rich in the history of dining and drinking. Did you know that the first cocktail, the Sazerac, was invented in New Orleans? So were Peychaud's Bitters, Herbsaint, the Ramos Gin Fizz, the Grasshopper and the Hurricane.

But brunch was also invented in the city that loves to eat! And where would this city be without gumbo, crawfish étouffée and the po-boy?

Serious food and cocktail lovers can learn fascinating facts about food and drink on a New Orleans culinary tour offered by one of the following companies:

New Orleans Tour Companies With Cocktail or Culinary Tours
Gray Line Tours
400 Toulouse St., New Orleans, LA 70130 [Map It]
(504) 569-1401, (800) 233-2628

Available Tour Type/s: Bus Tours, Walking Tours, Riverboat Tours, Flatboat Tours, History/Heritage Tours, Swamp Tours, Night Tours, City/Neighborhood Tours, Culinary Tours, Cocktail Tours, Cemetery Tours, French Quarter Tours, Haunted Tours, Plantation Tours, Personalized/Specialized Tours
Langlois Culinary Crossroads
1841 N. Rampart St., New Orleans, LA 70116 [Map It]
(504) 934-1010

Available Tour Type/s: Culinary Tours, Personalized/Specialized Tours

Description: Langlois is a next-generation, interactive, restaurant dining and cooking experience and offer participatory cooking classes and unique dining experiences focusing on authentic Cajun and Creole food. For a moment in time, our guests get to join our chefs in the creation of a fantastic meal or enjoy the show.
New Orleans Culinary History Tour
(504) 875-6570, (800) 979-3370

Available Tour Type/s: Walking Tours, History/Heritage Tours, Romantic Tours, Culinary Tours, Cocktail Tours, French Quarter Tours

Description: Come with us and visit some of our most celebrated historic restaurants – including the two oldest (Antoine’s and Tujague’s, established 1840 and 1856, respectively). Get looks behind the scenes and sample an array of New Orleans famous dishes. Visitors will learn to appreciate the differences between Creole and Cajun cuisine, and will hear of the varied ethnic influences that contribute to New Orleans cuisine.
Tastebud Tours
(219) 929-6648, (877) 439-8278

Available Tour Type/s: Walking Tours, History/Heritage Tours, Culinary Tours, French Quarter Tours, Personalized/Specialized Tours, Sightseeing Tours

Description: Savor NOLA's favorites on a Taste of New Orleans food tour. Enjoy a muffuletta at Serio's, winners of the Bobby Flay Food Network Throwdown. Savor Jambalaya at the Old Coffee Shop, featured on Guy Fieri’s Diners, Drive-ins and Dives. Pralines, Gumbo, Po-Boys, Beignets...Come Hungry!
Teach Me Tours - Feed Me Tours
(504) 330 - 6123

Available Tour Type/s: Walking Tours, Night Tours, Culinary Tours, Cocktail Tours, Cemetery Tours, French Quarter Tours, Haunted Tours, Personalized/Specialized Tours, Garden District Tours

Description: Get to know the REAL New Orleans! Food, Cocktail, Nightlife, Voodoo, and Ghost tours so interesting and fun, you’ll end up loving New Orleans as much as we do! Small groups for plenty of guide interaction.

“My wife and I did the Magazine Street Foodie tour. We loved it so much, we did another that night!!!!” - Bill, Pennsylvania

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