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Taste of New Orleans Day Food Tours

New Orleans, LA, USA
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About Taste of New Orleans Day Food Tours
Taste of New Orleans Food Tours is the city's source for food tours, culinary events, pub crawls, and corporate team building events that bring together history, architecture and cuisine in a variety of different venues and historic neighborhoods, including the French Quarter, the Treme, and Frenchman's street.
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Downtown Houston Food Tour

There’s plenty for foodies to get excited about in Houston, with some excellent restaurants, tasty street food, and cuisine from all around the globe. On this walking tour, explore the north Downtown area of Houston and discover the culinary highlights of the warehouse district, Market Square Park, and Main Street. Stop along the way to sample a selection of local favorites, regional specialties, and artisan foods, including Tex-Mex, Greek, and Spanish dishes.
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3 hours 30 minutes
from $73.85

Montrose Dine Around

Montrose is one of Houston’s most atmospheric neighborhoods and home to a diverse selection of restaurants, serving cuisine from all around the globe. On this tour, tuck into a delicious 3-course dinner with each course served at a different restaurant. Each destination is a popular local establishment and dishes might include Mexican, Italian, and local Houstonian specialties, ensuring a rich and varied dining experience.
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3 hours 30 minutes
from $96.99

The Heights Food Tour

Houston Heights is an up–and–coming neighborhood that visitors often miss. Discover the area’s history and culture on a food tour that stops at a variety of mom–and–pop shops, eateries, and markets loved by locals. Your guide, who eliminates the hassle of planning and navigating on your own, gives you inside tips and recommendations for the rest of your visit.
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3 hours 30 minutes
from $73.85
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melgardner19 wrote a review Nov 2019
Brockville, Canada13 contributions1 helpful vote
Angela our tour guide was very knowledgable and friendly we enjoyed her.. the food tasting was amazing. We tried gumbo jumbalaya sausage beignets and poo boy sandwiches. Bring your appetite
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Arlenegoldincastle wrote a review Sep 2019
New Orleans, Louisiana7 contributions2 helpful votes
So fun and greet eats, certainly in ample portions. Our guide Cindy was lovely and accommodating and took really good care of each one of us. She gave a little history. Enough to entertain, not enough to bore us. After all, we were there to eat, and we did, wholeheartedly. Every stop was a taste sensation. I highly recommend this tour.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Jennifer W wrote a review May 2019
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This was fabulous and Rick was a great guide! Food was amazing. I little taste of the Heights. Tour was well worth the money
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Helen B wrote a review Mar 2019
Jacksonville, Florida36 contributions3 helpful votes
Our guide was amazing with the amount of information she shared. The food samples were generous and tasty.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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OakvilleGal wrote a review Mar 2019
Oakville, Canada322 contributions32 helpful votes
This tour would be best as an early introduction to the city. Our guide was engaging and took us on an interesting tour.  Stopped at various local restaurants to try a roast beef po-boy, red beans and rice, muffalata, bread pudding and Pralines. Plenty of food, no complaints there.  Laura’s Candy shop was a good stop to buy some boxed goodies to take home as gifts, reasonably priced.   This was not an upscale food tour but was enjoyable and full of interesting information from the guide who was a NO native.  Learned the difference between Cajun and Creole food, history and culture. Tip: Many of the food tours on Viator (Trip Advisor) were sold out so I booked this tour online directly and easily with Tastebud Tours.  
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Date of experience: February 2019
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