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New Orleans Tasting tours

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I know several have recommended walking/tasting tours. The main one that sounds good is by Culinary History Tours. But the three hour tour is at 2:00. So clearly it lasts till 5. At $92 for two, it's sure not cheap, but that isn't really the main issue. It sounds like quite a lot of food, but it seems too late for lunch, and with a 7;30 reservation at Bayonna, I really don't want us to ruin our appetite. How does this work -- or is there another, perhaps better tour I'm missing? I've done a similar tour in New York, and loved that it was late morning and over noon, so it also served as lunch, but doing one and ruining one of our only three New Orleans dinners, seems somehow counter productive.

I've delayed on this and it's for this weekend, so hope it's not too late.

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