Join our New Orleans Cocktail Tour. There is no better way to tour the town and the places you must visit than walking through the French Quarter's…
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What people are saying about Royal Street
Robert was a great guide! He was entertaining and accommodating when we needed a break. The only issue had nothing to do with the quality of our guide - it was with finding space with SO MANY tours happening on top of each other with other guide groups. It got a little crazy several times with groups crossing paths and getting confused which was their group. We often had to hear the story of a place half a block away because of all the other groups.
.This tour is like visiting a good friend in New Orleans. Joe shared secrets about drinks and the bars that made them. We visited rooms in buildings that we would have never know existed. Besides being a fun and tasty tour, it was very educational, learning the early history and beginning of New Orleans. We would absolutely book this great tour again.
Brian took us to the bars at all the old famous restaurants for their special libation- Antoine's -Sazerac, Broussard's -Pimms Cup, Hotel Monteleone - Vieux Carre and Court of Two Sisters -Bayou Bash! I'm not really a whiskey drinker but these were good drinks! We also got some family stories and history of the buildings. Very enjoyable.
I had a great time on the tour, learning about the fascinating history of New Orleans and getting to see behind the scenes of some of the most iconic restaurants in the city. Joe was very entertaining and well informed and he made the tour what it was. Thoroughly recommended.
I liked that our guide spoke of the folklore aspect of these stories...that somewhere within folklore is rooted some kind of truth or initial event. Some of these stories are verifiable historically, some not so much, but it made for a spine tingling adventure.