Crescent City Nights- A Walking Tour
As one of the country's oldest port cities, New Orleans, or the "Crescent City", has long held the honor amongst travelers as an unbeatable area things to do such as dining, dancing, and enjoying vacations. On this walking tour, you'll literally get a taste of New Orleans traditions, from world-class cuisine and heartwarming jazz to cafe au lait and beignets. Start the evening out with a three course meal at Tujague's Restaurant, the city's second oldest restaurant and a favorite the locals since the 1850s. Dine where poets, presidents, governors, artists and dignitaries have indulged in delectable and authentic Creole appetizers and entrees.
When you're done dining, it's off on a short walk to the infamous Bourbon Street that is sure to make a lasting impression. Here, you'll enter a local jazz club to satisfy your should with the music that put this area on the map. You'll be treated to a complimentary cocktail while listening to talented musicians paint a masterpiece in the soundwaves. Your evening will wind down when you head to Café du Monde for a snack of cafe au lait, which is a chicory coffee, and beignets, a French-style doughnut.