New Orleans Experiential Travel

Explore Experiential Travel in New Orleans


Eager to get to the heart of New Orleans instead of breezing through on a short weekend trip? Learn something new, through a culinary class or volunteering to help in a variety of projects. The Culinary Institute of New Orleans offers gourmet classes to the public, or try a hands-on class offered seven days a week by the New Orleans School of Cooking. If you’d like to try your hand at helping to build homes, serving meals, or gardening, groups like HandsOn New Orleans, the St. Bernard Project and Habitat for Humanity will be happy to give you some work.

Popular places for Experiential Travel in New Orleans

Bayona (New American Restaurant)
430 Dauphine St   (504) 525-4455
Surrey's Cafe & Juice Bar (Breakfast Spot)
1418 Magazine St   (504) 524-3828
The Melting Pot (Restaurant)
1820 Saint Charles Ave Ste 120   (504) 525-3225
Anita's Grill (Restaurant)
2122 Tulane Ave   (504) 523-1542
Commander's Palace (Southern / Soul Food Restaurant)
1403 Washington Ave   (504) 899-8221
Brigtsen's Restaurant (Cajun / Creole Restaurant)
723 Dante St   (504) 861-7610
Boucherie (American Restaurant)
8115 Jeannette St   (504) 862-5514
Cochon Restaurant (American Restaurant)
930 Tchoupitoulas St   (504) 588-2123
Borgne (Seafood Restaurant)
601 Loyola Ave   (504) 613-3860
Bacchanal Wine (Wine Bar)
600 Poland Ave   (504) 948-9111
Restaurant August (Cajun / Creole Restaurant)
301 Tchoupitoulas St   (504) 299-9777
Mulate's Cajun Restaurant (American Restaurant)
201 Julia St   (504) 522-1492
French Market Restaurant & Bar (Seafood Restaurant)
1001 Decatur St   (504) 525-7879
Johnny's Po-Boys (Cajun / Creole Restaurant)
511 Saint Louis St   (504) 524-8129
MiLa (New American Restaurant)
817 Common St   (504) 595-6774
Popeyes (Fried Chicken Joint)
621 Canal St   (504) 569-1005

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