Food Tour - Signature Flavors of New Orleans

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Explore the fascinating history, unique architecture and signature flavors of New Orleans with Guide Muriel.

This immersive food tour invites you to discover the unique history and blend of cultures in this vibrant city. Your guide, Muriel, will teach you about the discovery of New Orleans by the French, the influence of Spanish and Haitian architecture and the contributions of African Americans to this iconic destination.

While exploring the town, you will enjoy local dishes, including classic seafood po’boys, authentic gumbo and a variety of desserts. Each dish highlights the distinctive ingredients and style of New Orleans cuisine with options available to accommodate vegetarians at each destination.

  • Minimum Guests 2
  • Maximum Guests 14
  • Meal Courses 3
  • Event Duration 2.5 hours
  • Labels City Tours, Walking Food Tours

Cozymeal guest reviews for this experience

Nicole W.


15 Mar 2022

Guide Muriel is an experienced tour guide of over 7 years in New Orleans. She is consistently receiving 5 star reviews. You will learn about history as well as taste your way through New Orleans with her tour. Highly recommended if you are in the area!

$ 75 Per person

all-inclusive: 3-course meal and taxes.

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Guide Muriel has a knack for showcasing the best a city has to offer. She has spent the past seven years sharing her home-city of New Orleans with locals and tourists alike, guiding everything from history and cemetery tours to plantation and food tours. Whether you’re a newcomer or a local, she’ll introduce you to some of her favorite restaurants in the area, specifically tailoring your tour to the time of day and any food allergies.

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