Wheelchair Friendly Taste of New Orleans Walking Tour
With its rich cultural cuisine, New Orleans is a culinary hotspot. It is considered one of the culinary capitals of the world. It is a blend of so many different cultures and people, you are bound to find something new and different when you visit the Big Easy. If you love food and trying new flavors, let us take you on a tasting tour. This Wheelchair Friendly Taste of New Orleans Walking Tour allows you the opportunity to try a variety of the local favorites. On this tour, you will stop at 3-4 of New Orleans’s favorite restaurants or eateries where you will have the opportunity to try some of the favorite local dishes. The restaurants that will be visited and menu is selected by considering the preferences of the guests taking the tour. Learn the difference between Cajun and Creole as you nibble your way around the Big Easy. In the restaurants and in between the restaurants, you will explore the history of New Orleans along with stories of its people and events.
If you arrive by cruise ship, we can arrange accessible transportation to the tour meeting spot. If you are staying in New Orleans, you will meet the tour guide in the designated starting place. You will then begin your culinary journey through New Orleans. This is not any ordinary tour though, not only because you will be tasting your way through the experience, but also because this is designed to be more of a social gathering rather than a traditional tour. This is your chance to speak with a guide who is native to New Orleans. He will make your learning experience a fun one. This interaction will help you navigate your visit in the Big Easy. You will learn about the city, nightlife, food and attractions.
On this Wheelchair Friendly Taste of New Orleans Walking Tour, you may expect to visit famed restaurants such as Napoleon House or Pere Antoine’s. During this tour, you will find out exactly what Creole Cuisine is and some of its history and why New Orleans serves up some of the best of it. It is a combination of several food influences from multiple cultures. The local guide will enlighten you as your taste buds are being entertained. Some of the best Creole dishes to try are turtle soup, shrimp remoulade, crawfish etouffee, po-boys, muffuletta, gumbo, jambalaya, bananas foster, and beignets. Maybe you will be fortunate enough to try one or several of these delectable dishes on the tour. Before the end of the tour, you will have the chance to get plenty of recommendations for later meals from the knowledgeable guide.
This Wheelchair Friendly Taste of New Orleans Walking Tour features:
- Experienced New Orleans Tour Guide with a contagious love of his city
- Lively and knowledgeable storytelling
- Samplings of some of New Orleans favorite foods
- Open discussion with a native New Orleanian
- Napoleon House
- New Orleans’ famed restaurants
- Creole dishes tasting
The Wheelchair Friendly Taste of New Orleans Walking Tour has an accessible rating of 4 stars. The route is mostly step free. The guide directs guests on routes that are barrier free with ramps or flat surfaces. Your guide is experienced in touring with disabled guests and their families. The restaurants are accessible with no challenges for guests with mobility challenges.
Napoleon House, ramped entrance
Spacious layout inside one of New Orleans’ famed restaurants
ADA compliant entrance door and seating at a famed New Orleans restaurant
The spacious layout makes this New Orleans restaurant wheelchair friendly
Creole dishes to possibly try on Taste of New Orleans Tour
Tour duration: 3 hours
Cost: $325 for 1-2 people, $350 for 3-4 people + cost of food and drink
Maximum number of people on the tour: up to 4
Days of the week the tour is offered: 7 days a week
Meet-up time: varies
Meet-up place: French Quarter, location determined upon booking
Tours run rain or shine
Not included: Snacks/meals and gratuities
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