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Dinner on Frenchmen Street

Dinner and live music for two guests plus a carriage ride through the city. Includes front row seating at Maison on Frenchmen Street, a signature cocktail and entree for each guest.

What to expect on your carriage tour:

A carriage tour of New Orleans with Royal Carriages will be one of the highlights of your trip. You'll enjoy the authentic experience of riding along in a mule-drawn carriage, learning about the amazing history, culture, and architecture from your local carriage driver. 

Our carriages are the best way to discover new and exciting places, like Frenchmen Street, which is "where the locals go" for truly phenomenal local musical performances.

If you are looking for an exciting way to experience all that New Orleans has to offer, this Dinner Package is ideal, especially for adventurous lovers of music! 

Choose between French Quarter History Carriage Tours or History & Haunts Spooky Nighttime Carriage Tour, or upgrade to a private carriage for a more romantic experience. 

What to expect at Maison:

After your carriage tour of New Orleans, enjoy a front-row dining experience at Maison on Frenchmen Street. The most amazing local performers will be the perfect entertainment throughout your dining experience. Musical genres performed include traditional jazz, blues, funk, and more. 

Dinner Entree options include:

Pork Chop Creole - 10 oz. Pork Chop grilled to perfection in a bourbon honey glaze served with sweet potato fries & vegetables du jour.

Penne Primavera - Seasonal vegetables sauteed in a Creole garlic and butter sauce served with toast points.

Southern Duck - Slow roasted duck quarter, partially deboned covered with a pepper jelly glaze. Served with homemade andouille cornbread dressing and southern greens.

Louisiana Shrimp & Grits - Louisiana Shrimp with creamy grits and andouille sausage in an Abita Amber shrimp sauce.

"My husband purchased the table reservation for Maison on Frenchmen Street. The Shrimp & Grits and Duck Entrees were just as good as the food we ate at Commanders Palace. It was one of the best dates I've been on in the 20 years. Our waitresses were attentive, had great recommendations and took an awesome photo for me to commemorate the night. The music performed by the band really has a flavor that appeals to so many different demographics. We stayed in our seat eating drinking and captivated for almost two hours, and even purchase their CD." - Chris C of Bakersfield, CA


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