Miami

Creole City, Creole Cuisine Walking Tour

Reservations required at least 48 hours in advance. See Below:

You may have noticed that many conversations about New Orleans work their way around to the subject of food! This tour is a foodie’s paradise, so jump right in with both feet and get down to business at The New Orleans School of Cooking, where you can relax while you watch a master chef and storyteller prepare classic Creole dishes. Learn how to make old-time favorites like gumbo, jambalaya, red beans and rice, crawfish etouffe, and mouth-watering desserts such as bananas foster, bread pudding, and pralines. Your cooking lesson includes the story of how these dishes fit into the history and culture of New Orleans.

After the demonstration, it’s time for lunch, and you’ll enjoy all the dishes specially prepared for you. When you’ve had your fill, you’ll set out to work off some of those calories with a stroll through the French Quarter, where you’ll gain additional insight into the relevancy of your new-found culinary expertise. Your expert guide will describe the origins and early development of the city and the fashioning of a Creole culture. Tales of life under French, Spanish, and finally American rule will make the district come to life in a new way.

Arrive at the Cooking School at 9:45 am for the 10:00 am demonstration. The demo and lunch lasts until 12:30 pm, and the subsequent walking tour begins at 1:00 pm. After lunch, meet your guide in Jackson Square by 12:50 pm beside the equestrian statue of Gen. Andrew Jackson.

Location:  New Orleans School of Cooking, 524 St. Louis St
Hours: 
10 am-12:30 pm Cooking Demo and Lunch (arrive by 9:45 am at the New Orleans School of Cooking, 524 St. Louis St.)
1 pm-2:30 pm Walking Tour of French Quarter (meet your guide in Jackson Square by 12:50 pm beside the equestrian statue of Gen. Andrew Jackson)

*Reservation Instructions: Please email [email protected] or [email protected] with your full name, your tour choice, date you would like to take the tour and number of people in your party. Please also mention that you are a Sightseeing Pass customer and either attach a picture of your QR code or type it into the email. You must present your Pass when you arrive for the tour. Your Pass must be used while it is still valid. 

Reservations required at least 48 hours in advance. See Below:

You may have noticed that many conversations about New Orleans work their way around to the subject of food! This tour is a foodie’s paradise, so jump right in with both feet and get down to business at The New Orleans School of Cooking, where you can relax while you watch a master chef and storyteller prepare classic Creole dishes. Learn how to make old-time favorites like gumbo, jambalaya, red beans and rice, crawfish etouffe, and mouth-watering desserts such as bananas foster, bread pudding, and pralines. Your cooking lesson includes the story of how these dishes fit into the history and culture of New Orleans.

After the demonstration, it’s time for lunch, and you’ll enjoy all the dishes specially prepared for you. When you’ve had your fill, you’ll set out to work off some of those calories with a stroll through the French Quarter, where you’ll gain additional insight into the relevancy of your new-found culinary expertise. Your expert guide will describe the origins and early development of the city and the fashioning of a Creole culture. Tales of life under French, Spanish, and finally American rule will make the district come to life in a new way.

Arrive at the Cooking School at 9:45 am for the 10:00 am demonstration. The demo and lunch lasts until 12:30 pm, and the subsequent walking tour begins at 1:00 pm. After lunch, meet your guide in Jackson Square by 12:50 pm beside the equestrian statue of Gen. Andrew Jackson.

Location:  New Orleans School of Cooking, 524 St. Louis St
Hours: 
10 am-12:30 pm Cooking Demo and Lunch (arrive by 9:45 am at the New Orleans School of Cooking, 524 St. Louis St.)
1 pm-2:30 pm Walking Tour of French Quarter (meet your guide in Jackson Square by 12:50 pm beside the equestrian statue of Gen. Andrew Jackson)

*Reservation Instructions: Please email [email protected] or [email protected] with your full name, your tour choice, date you would like to take the tour and number of people in your party. Please also mention that you are a Sightseeing Pass customer and either attach a picture of your QR code or type it into the email. You must present your Pass when you arrive for the tour. Your Pass must be used while it is still valid. 

ADULT:

$49.50

CHILD:

$40.50

WAS $55.00 | $45.00
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WAS

adult:

$49.50

child:

$40.50

WAS $55.00 | $45.00
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