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Seafood & Shrimp Boil Experience

Quick Details

Calendar Availability: Every Thursday – Sunday

Clock Duration: 3 hours

Private Tour

In New Orleans, there’s simply no such thing as too much seafood!

It’s true: what most people think of as delicacies, we include in our daily diet here in New Orleans. Seafood is a cornerstone of our culture. And we want to share it with you!

This full lunch walking tour will guide you through a cornucopia of seafood delights, with our local blue crab, crawfish, Gulf oysters, and some of the most beautiful shrimp you’ve ever seen. While you feast along the route, we will also discuss how our seafood is different from the rest of world. You’ll learn how oysters are cultivated, why we’re so crazy for crawfish, and how locals “go crabbing.”

But that’s all just the appetizer.

After a few short tasting stops, it’s time for deviled crab and a down-home, picnic-style shrimp boil! You’ll be able to see the pot, smell the seasonings, and learn the secrets for hosting your own boil back home. Then, roll up those sleeves—we’re going to eat! We’re talking about a table topped with newspapers and the whole shebang. Plenty of large, peel-and-eat shrimp to go around plus the other boil staples: potatoes or corn on the cob, and sausage. Finished with homemade dessert…it just can’t get any better than this!

Seating is limited. Price includes all food and restaurant costs; alcoholic beverages can be purchased separately.

This is a walking tour (about 0.75 mile total) on uneven sidewalks, so wear comfortable shoes and prepare for the weather (sun, cold, or rain, depending on the season). Contact us prior to booking if guests cannot walk up and down a flight of stairs. This tour does not accommodate vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, salt-free dietary restrictions or seafood allergies of any kind. At least two people are needed to run this tour (may be booked separately).

Where Do We Meet?

We’ll meet on the steps of the Louisiana Supreme Court Building, 400 Royal Street, across the street from Brennan’s Restaurant in the French Quarter.