I forgot that we also stopped at Cafe Du Monde the night before. We got an order of the Beignets. They are fried fritters, covered with powdered sugar and are served in orders of three.
The day before, I also made a reservation with Free Tours by Foot for their Culinary History & Food Tour.
Our tour group met next to a cafe, so that’s where a few of the ladies and I got breakfast. It was called Antoine’s Annex. Iced coffee was $2.74/$3.50 and pastries were between $2.75 and $3.75. They also serve breakfast sandwiches, salads, paninis, and dessert.
A picture of our tour group. Our tour was from 10am to 1pm. David was our guide and was awesome. We learned about the history and culture related to food. He pointed out places to try. Definitely good to do your first day there. I wanted to take a garden tour but didn’t have enough time.
I didn’t get a picture of the sandwiches, but everyone loved them!
Later that night, we had reservations for a private ghost tour.
Hmmm, how I start the review on this one!?! I think it was called French Quarter Phantoms Tour. The evening was interesting. We had a custom/private tour with probably a dozen of us girls.
Another food stop at Dat Dog for Crawfish Etouffee Fries ($5.45)
We stayed at Dat Dog for a few hours, but I took no more pictures! Ha!