“Excellent tour, excellent guide!!!”

Four of us signed up for the tour based on a recommendation of a friend who had done the tour a few months ago. The restaurants we visited provided a variety of dishes to taste and styles of NOLA cuisine. What made the tour so good was Rose, our guide. She provided lots of good history on New Orleans and the French Quarter. Rose also talked about the history of the establishments and gave us some background on how the dishes came to be. I will be recommending both the tour and Rose to friends who will be coming to NOLA in the future.
Visited October 2016

Kelseyville, California

“A lot of fun, great food, and very informative”

Annette was very knowledgeable, I learned a lot about the history of New Orleans and both cajun and creole cooking, and we hit some of the best restaurants in the French Quarter. We started at Tujague’s for brisket, then moved on to a roux demonstration and some red beans and rice, then banana gelato and cantaloupe sorbet, following by seafood gumbo at Antoine’s, pralines, and finally turtle soup and shrimp remoulade at Arnaud’s. It was a great time. My wife and I had our 19-month old daughter with us, and she happily sampled all of the food and stayed interested throughout, with only a couple small exceptions. We were the only family on the tour, but everyone was very accommodating. I would recommend having a stroller that breaks down easily, as there were some narrow doorways and stairs that necessitated a quick breakdown and carry.
Visited October 2016

Northfield, Minnesota

“Great food, lots of smart facts and history.”

We took several tours while visiting, a bike tour, a haunted walking tour, and this was our favorite. You’ll get the inside scoop on some of the cities best restaurants and some great insight into how New Orleans cuisine and restaurants shaped American dining. Don’t miss this one.
Visited October 2016

Raleigh, NC