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Oak Alley Plantation and 3 hour City Tour
"You'll spend an unforgettable three hours on our comfortable air conditioned Mini-bus while getting an overview of New Orleans and experiencing the history and culture of the Creoles with your licensed tour guide. No trip to New Orleans would be complete without seeing the highlights of our city and the some of the areas affected by Katrina’s flood waters. You will see Jackson S St. Louis Cathedral the Cabildo and the French Market. Your tour guide will also give you an overview of the “French Quarter” pointing out areas of interest so that you can explore them later at your own pace.On the way to the “Dueling Oaks” of New Orleans’ City Park
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French Quarter Walking Tour
"Ready for some beaucoup fun? This two hour walking tour gives guests an intimate insider’s glimpse into one of the most famed neighborhoods in the country the Vieux Carré. Better known as the French Quarter this cultural hub has long been a popular tourist destination on account of its lavish atmosphere and 19th-century style. On this tour your guide will give you a unique perspective on the area’s history while introducing you to both popular stops and hidden gems that only a local would know about. Delve into the secrets of the intoxicating and magical aura of this famed hub of d and get to know this city like you’ve lived there your whole life!This tour stops at many attractions and National Historic Landmarks that this city has offer! Guests will visit many locations during this hour long tour! The St Louis Cathedral Cabildo Presbytere
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Cemetery and French Quarter Walking Tour
"Founded in 1718 by famed French-Canadian explorer Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne Sieur de Bienville New Orleans (and more specifically what we now call the French Quarter or Vieux Carre) has been home to many colorful inhabitants and happenings. In its early beginnings as a French Colony the city was first settled with Paris' most notorious prison outcasts before the addition of European aristocrats land-owning gentry. This strange mix of hedonism and money attracted purveyors such as voodoo practitioners saloon keepers
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Gumbo Shop Tips (11)


I read that the Gumbo Shop is the place to come for gumbo in NOLA. I think a lot of other people read the same thing because of the lines on the weekend. I came here during the week and walked in. The...
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Jun 02, 2015

Gumbo Shop - Traditional New Orleans

This restaurant was recommended to us several years ago by a New Orleans native and so we were determined to visit the Gumbo Shop this time around. We arrived around 6pm and were almost immediately...
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Mar 19, 2015

Gumbo Shop

We struggled mightily on where to go our final night, and finally went to the Concierge to assist us. She suggested the Gumbo Shop, and after much deliberation, our 9-person group headed over there....
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Jul 07, 2012

Gumbo Shop

Great place to get gumbo and other authentic local cuisine. Definitely a must if in the French Quarter. Small restaurant with great service and reasonable prices. The Boudin sausage appetizer w/...
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Apr 29, 2011

Gumbo Shop

Comfortable restaurant with a green garden in the center. Tourists at surrounding tables were friendly; wait staff was attentive. Portions were large. We shared a cup of seafood gumbo to start; it was...
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Apr 03, 2010

Gumbo Shop

This is a real cute restaurant with a few rooms for dining, seating more people than it looks like from outside. They have a wide variety of New Orleanean food, the prices are reasonable, service...
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Jun 27, 2008

The Gumbo Shop

A good friend of mine who also grew up here met us there for our first dinner back home since I came back from Iraq. I was glad we were seated rapidly as we were really hungry (long flight from...
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Apr 11, 2008

Gumbo Shop

This is another restaurant to which I take my out-of-town guests when they come to visit. The location is great - just up the street from Pat O'Brien's and Bourbon Street. Be sure NOT to confuse it...
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Jan 14, 2008

Gumbo Shop

I just got back from visiting New Orleans--a city known for its food--and I can honestly say that the entire experience I had at the Gumbo Shope was horrible, from the service to the food itself. The...
Jul 06, 2007

Gumbo Shop

Located half a block from Jackson Square, this casual restaurant is a great place to get ALL your creole fixin's. Service staff are friendly and even expressed thanks to us in supporting the city as...
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Feb 08, 2007

Gumbo Shop

So after my first two Hurricanes at Pat O'Briens, we decided to go to the Gumbo Shoppe for some much needed food. Tony's niece and nephewss went to college here so they gave us some good tips on where...
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Mar 21, 2006
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Le Petit Theatre

**UPDATE 4/28/13 - When I last visited New Orleans, I was saddened to see that Le Petit has shuttered her doors... :-( The original corner building was designed in 1789 by Gilberto Guillemard and...
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Jackson Square

Any direction you look, you will get a picturesque view. The statue is worth taking a picture or two (or five) of. Say hello to the carriage pulling donkeys. Stop and admire the street performers....
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St. Louis Cathedral

This was our second visit to New Orleans and we hung outside the church on Sunday morning till after service so we could get a quick look inside. We were only inside for about 10 minutes. There was a...
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St. Louis Cemetery No. 1

The oldest cemetery in New Orleans, St. Louis Cemetery #1 was founded in 1789. It's listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Most of the burial sites are elaborate above ground vaults and...
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Preservation Hall

Preservation Hall is one of New Orleans' most famous attractions but it is also a very hard one to categorize. It is only open from 8pm to 11pm when a very superb collection of jazz musicians perform...
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Bourbon Street

It seems like on Bourbon Street and also the French Quarter they have their own little money making scams going. Just be cautious. Don't walk around alone, use your common sense and you'll have a lot...
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Getting to Gumbo Shop


630 St Peter St, New Orleans, LA 70116


  • Sunday 12:00 to 20:00
  • Monday 12:00 to 20:00
  • Tuesday 12:00 to 20:00
  • Wednesday 12:00 to 20:00
  • Thursday 12:00 to 20:00
  • Friday 12:00 to 20:00
  • Saturday 12:00 to 20:00