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French Quarter Walking Tour with Burlesque Guide and Optional Drink
"Irvin Mayfield's Jazz Playhouse is the meeting spot where a festively attired tour guide will greet you. The mood is set and you can relax as the evening unfolds. You'll move from the club to the storied streets of the French Quarter. Blaze Starr Chris Owens and many more titillating women are remembered for their bold style of living out loud. Lessons on tassel twirling and sexy glove pulls are delivered in style and don't you worry - the men are no left out. We're pleased to present the only burlesque centered tour. Upon the tour's conclusion there's intentionally a lot of evening left. This tour wraps early. On a regular basis guests follow the guide to burlesque performances. The groups are kept small and this tour is adult only.""""The history of burlesque presented by a burlesque dancer! This tour is completely unique in every way. You'll meet your expert guide in a world class Jazz venue on Bourbon street. Then you'll take to the French Quarter streets in the early evening. Guest
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Scandalous Cocktail Hour Tour
"Join us for an exploration of the city’s storied watering holes such as Pat O’Brien’s the Carousel Bar Jean Lafitte Blacksmith Shop and others to discover where why and how legendary libations from the Sazerac to the Pims Cup were first concocted.Here you will uncover the city’s astonishing scandalous past and present. Learn about the oldest professions from Storyville to the Tango Belt from Norma Wallace’s last brothel to Blaze Starr’s Bourbon Street Burlesque. Next you will take a look into organized crime from Jean Lafitte’s piracy to the first home of the American Mafia. Learn about the New Orleans conspiracy connection to the John ""
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French Quarter History and Legends Tour
"Join us for a two hour morning history stroll through the French Quarter. We will walk the narrow streets of the oldest parts of the city visiting the longest surviving buildings and sharing the most interesting and most famous stories of our h the riverfront that was the lifeblood of the City and visit nationally recognized landmarks like Madame John’s Legacy Napoleon House Lafite’s Blacksmith Shop and more.  See the oldest buildings from the original French settlement built well before the American Revolution. Here a thriving colony existed creating a unique mix of French and Spanish architecture food from ingredients around the world
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Remoulade Tips (4)

Remoulade: Terrible Food

I had the "Taste of the Bayou" and it was terrible. The gumbo flavor was good, but had nothing in it but some kind of meat, maybe chicken. No vegetables and no seafood at all. Gumbo is not gumbo without okra. The crawfish pie's crust was good, not sure what that was inside. The jambalaya had a few crawfish in it, but the were dry and hard. The rice wasn't even good. My husban had an oyster basket, the oysters were cold and hard. He couldn't even eat them. We complained to the waitress, she offered to get us something else, but we didn't want anymore of their food. We just paid and left.

Sep 08, 2009

Remoulade: Remoulade

It was okay. It's right on Bourbon St, so my gut tells me it's kind of a tourist trap. I had a sample called, Taste of the Bayou that included jambayala, crawfish pie and gumbo. I'm sure there is much better, but we were hungry it was right in front of us, so we tried it.

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Apr 17, 2009

Remoulade: Jumbolia, Crawfish Pie, Fillet Gumbo

Yes the food mentioned in the song does exist and it is here in Remoulade. The have sampler dinners that allow you to try the thingk you read or heard about. Food is very good and there are fresh oysters available on the half shell.

Favorite Dish The sampler from the song is a good choice.

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Dec 18, 2007

Remoulade: Don't waste your money!

What a rip off! This place is overpriced, the atmosphere sucks, and most of the time all the waitstaff looks like they hate to be there. Last time I ate there I saw two mice running across the dining room floor. Yes I know it's Bourbon Street. A shrimp poboy was about $10-$12.00, and did not come with anything. I would suggest going right across the street to Desire or walk a little and go to Coops Place on Decatur.

May 07, 2007
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Things to Do Near Remoulade

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French Quarter Walking Tour

On our last visit to New Orleans, we got ourselves out of bed early and headed down to the National Park Service Visitors Center for their free tour of the French Quarter. The walk departs from 419...
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Wax Museum

Visited the Musee Conti Wax Museum which contains wax sculptures that chronicle the history of New Orleans. The attached picture is of Madame LaLaurie torturing her slaves in the attic of the...
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1850 House - Louisiana State Museum

While you're walking around Jackson Square you'll see the 1850 House which is apart of the Louisiana State Museums. "The Upper and Lower Pontalba Buildings, which line the St. Ann and St. Peter...
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Pharmacy Museum

Before 1804, the field of pharmacy was unregulated. The only requirement was a six-month apprenticeship, after which time the person could make and sell medicines unhampered by any laws or agencies....
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Cookery Classes

We decided to sign up for a cooking demonstration at the New Orleans School of Cooking based on all the great reviews this activity usually gets, and trust me, the reviews had it right! Not only did...
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Jean Lafitte National Park

The single most decisive America victory of the War of 1812 happened here but unfortunately due to slow communications it happened a few weeks after the peace treaty had been signed. It was hear that...
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Getting to Remoulade


309 Bourbon St, New Orleans, LA 70130


  • Sunday 11:30 to 23:00
  • Monday 11:30 to 23:00
  • Tuesday 11:30 to 23:00
  • Wednesday 11:30 to 23:00
  • Thursday 11:30 to 23:00
  • Friday 11:30 to 23:00
  • Saturday 11:30 to 23:00