New Orleans is one of the great culinary cities of the world. It enjoys the grand traditions of one of the few remaining regional cuisines Creole. Creole cooking is a blend of four distinct influences: French, Spanish, African and American Indian. New Orleans School of Cooking, located in the French Quarter, holds in store for your guests, some taste tempting treats of Louisiana. Join one of our chefs as they share with your group the history of New Orleans gastronomy, its Creole philosophy, quirky habits and, of course, its cuisine. Their fast repertoire of knowledge on Louisiana and its cuisine will keep your guests entertained during the entire class. The demonstration class also includes a copy of the recipes for all your guests. The meal is served with bread & butter, iced tea, a coffee station and Abita Beer.
The Whitney Plantation stands out from other attractions by truly paying homage to the slaves responsible for its existence. Take a guided tour of the home itself (The Big House), Slave Quarters, Wall of Honor memorial, Antioch Baptist Church, and other exhibits carefully built and preserved in the memory of those who lost their lives on the plantation.More Info »
Our famous French Quarter Ghosts & Legends Tour explores the grim and ghastly deeds of the old French Quarter.More Info »