Dinner and Nightlife tour of famous Bourbon Street
Live music at iconic New Orleans venue
Stops at historic restaurants, bars & music halls
Creole cottages & colonial architecture between locations
History of New Orleans jazz and nightlife
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Food at two stops (enough for dinner)
One drink of your choice at jazz venue
Jazz venue reservation
Guided nightlife and history walking tour of Bourbon Street
Live tour commentary provided in English
Maximum of 8 tour guests
Tips for the jazz band (optional)
What you can expect
Delight in a stress-free, fabulous night out! Start your experience in a tucked-away restaurant (which was once a brothel) and dine on several delicious dishes while learning how New Orleans nightlife and jazz in New Orleans evolved. From there, stroll down famous Bourbon Street and see how it became the #1 Nighttime Destination in the USA.
After a second food stop, settle in with a drink of your choice (included) in your reserved seat at a popular jazz venue for live New Orleans jazz!
On this walking tour, you visit:
Two restaurants – Enough food for a full meal
Pat O’Brien’s – Inventor of the infamous “Hurricane” Cocktail and the dueling pianos concept
Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop – One of the oldest bars in America
Cat’s Meow – World-famous karaoke bar
New Orleans Jazz Venue – See live Dixieland Jazz music with reserved seating
Various other spots of interest along the way
You also learn about Louis Armstrong, the Storyville Red Light District, what to do on Bourbon Street, and other great places for live jazz in New Orleans (like Frenchmen Street!).
Other things to know…
This is a historical tour that includes dinner over two stops, one bottle of water, plus your reservation and a drink at a jazz venue. You are welcome to purchase additional beverages along the way. This is a small group experience allowing just 8 guests per tour!
This is a nighttime walking tour that takes place rain or shine. Some sidewalks are uneven and dimly lit, so please wear comfortable walking shoes and prepare for the weather. At least two people are needed to run this tour (may be booked separately). This tour does not accommodate vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, kosher, or salt-free dietary restrictions.