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A Taste of New Orleans



Biking is my go-to travel activity, no matter where I am, so when I was in New Orleans, I had to do a bike tour. It's a great way to see the city and to get a little exercise while you're at it.

Of course, New Orleans is also known for its food. Together, this biking and culinary tour by Confederacy of Cruisers was a full four hours filled with exploration, education, and some extraordinary food tastings.

Below are some of the famous pit stops that we made and the items that we sampled.

Tasted: Gumbo
Neighborhood: Mid-City
1500 Esplanade Ave, New Orleans, LA 70116
(504) 569-8997
Tasted: New Orleans BBQ Shrimp
Neighborhood: Mid-City
3636 Bienville St, New Orleans, LA 70119-5203
(504) 482-9120
Tasted: Po' boy
Neighborhood: Mid-City
538 Hagan Ave, New Orleans, LA 70119-4911
(504) 482-3047
Tasted: Gelato & Cannoli's
Neighborhood: Mid-City
214 N Carrollton Ave, New Orleans, LA 70119-5109
(504) 486-0078
Make sure to arrive on an empty tummy, and cancel any plans you might have had scheduled when you're finished, because you're going to want to have a nap. Also, any dinner reservations you may have had planned will be canceled by the time you're finished— Confederacy of Cruisers guarantees it. 
Signing Off Pedaling for Food,

Renee Woodruff blogs about travel, food and living life to the fullest on Follow her on Twitter or see what she's up to on Facebook!


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