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Eating your way through New Orleans’ 1300-plus restaurants takes a commitment. Concentrated grazing by culinary tour is the answer. Confederacy of Cruisers in the Marigny offers a fab Culinary Bike Tour, an easy pedal between downhome dishes in neighborhoods all over town. Destination Kitchen Food Tours showcases deliciousness uptown on Oak Street and St. Charles Avenue in the Garden District, along with strolls in the French Quarter with or without a cooking experience. Tours are offered in English, French or Spanish, three languages that New Orleans has spoken for centuries. New Orleans Culinary History Tours feasts on local specialties spiced with plenty of back story. Whether regaling tales of the Quarter’s iconic Creole restaurants or focusing on historic cocktailing, this guided experience delivers.

634 Elysian Fields Ave. 504-400-5468 confederacyofcruisers.com

855-DK-Foodie 855-353-6634  foodtoursneworleans.com

504-875-6570  noculinarytours.com

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