From Cocktails To Jazz - Drink And Music Tour In New Orleans

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  • Duration: 6 Hrs
  • Departure Time :
    2.00 PM
  • Departure Details :
    Jackson Square (next to Andrew Jackson statue)
  • Return Details :
    Palace Art Market, 619 Frenchmen St, New Orleans, LA 70116
  • Cancellation Policy :
    Cancel up to 2 days in advance for a full refund


Experience the best that The Big Easy has to offer on this super-fun afternoon tour. Enjoy some classy cocktails in the famous French Quarter, including the historic Sazerac and hear all about the origins of jazz before visiting a few of our favorite local jazz clubs, beer in hand. By the end of the day, youll be hooked on gin and jazz and a bona fide expert on the nightlife of North Americas Mardi Gras city!

Know More about this tour

Your cocktails and jazz tour begins in Jackson Square where youll find many of the best bars of the French Quarter are only a stones throw away. Dont expect to spend much time on Bourbon Street though. While it has its place in New Orleans nightlife, we will be going beyond the tourist trail to show you what really makes New Orleans cocktail culture unique.

For our first cocktail stop we will travel back to the 1700s and visit a bar which used to entertain some of the most eccentric characters in New Orleans history. Here, we will taste a famous drink of the city and learn how it has influenced New Orleans drinking culture today.

We will then visit one of your guides favorite bars and taste a drink so good youll forget theres alcohol in it.

Next up, we will sample the official cocktail of New Orleans: the Sazerac. One of the first cocktails ever invented, its definitely tasty enough to stand the test of time.

Our final cocktail stop will be at one of the classiest establishments in town to try one of the citys most esteemed drinks, the Ramos Gin Fizz. After your first sip, youll truly understand why New Orleans has been called, the cradle of civilized drinking.

There will be an opportunity to rest your feet or grab a bite to eat before the jazz portion of the tour begins. Your guide can recommend some good eats, depending on your preferences. Then well head over to the historic and beautiful Louis Armstrong Park in the Trem neighborhood.

Within the park, we will talk about the historical origins of jazz and discuss one of the jazz greats, Armstrong himself.

From here, we will make our way to the popular Marigny neighborhood, a hip nightlife area thats home to the famous Frenchmen Street, where youll find the largest concentration of live music venues in the city. Being with a local, youll have access to the best options, depending on the day of the week, time and band schedules. And to top it off, you will receive a beer on us at one of the stops. Youre very welcome to purchase additional beverages as and when you want them.

Well also be on the lookout for impromptu street performances, which always make the night special. And if the timing and mood is right, well get behind the scenes with one of the bands in between sets.

Your cocktails and jazz tour ends at the nightly art market, another lively spot where the citys artists show off their best work, from handmade sculptures to local photography.

If (well, lets be honest, when!), at the end of the tour you're still craving more, your guide will point out other great locations in the area for dinner, drinks and of course, more great music!


  • Local English-speaking guide , Five cocktail sample , Small snack , One beer , One street car ticket (if applicable)


  • Additional drinks, food Souvenirs Tips/gratuities for your guide and the musicians

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

This tour features a couple of cocktails that include dairy ingredients such as eggs and/or milk. Discounts are available for vegans or people with a lactose-intolerance. Your guide can also assist you with alternative drink recommendations to purchase separately during the tour.

Travelers under 21 years of age are not permitted to join this tour.

Small group of a maximum of 12 people.

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