New Orleans is where we want to eat everything right now. And there’s no better way to explore this city than by bicycle, which is why Bon Appétit partnered with Confederacy of Cruisers Bike Tours to peddle, eat, drink and celebrate NOLA’s 300 years of cuisine.

Four restaurants. Four delicious experiences. One unforgettable day. Only $99.

Must be 21 to purchase. Ticket sales are final.

Compère Lapin

in the Old No. 77 Hotel

Kick off the ride in the heart of the Warehouse Arts District at Chef Nina Compton’s restaurant, where she mixes the indigenous ingredients and rich culinary heritage of New Orleans with those of her Caribbean roots.

Cochon Butcher

Enjoy a bounty of boudin and discover why preeminent New Orleans chef Donald Link calls this staple both the “king of Cajun food” and his absolute favorite thing in the world to eat.

Bakery Bar

Uncover the local specialty doberge cake at Bakery Bar, and learn about how this traditional dessert made a comeback to the city in a big way.

Arnaud’s

Sip on Arnaud’s French 75 at this historic restaurant, which won the 2017 James Beard Award for Outstanding Bar Program.

Compère Lapin

in the Old No. 77 Hotel

Kick off the ride in the heart of the Warehouse Arts District at Chef Nina Compton’s restaurant, where she mixes the indigenous ingredients and rich culinary heritage of New Orleans with those of her Caribbean roots.

Cochon Butcher

Enjoy a bounty of boudin and discover why preeminent New Orleans chef Donald Link calls this staple both the “king of Cajun food” and his absolute favorite thing in the world to eat.

Bakery Bar

Uncover the local specialty doberge cake at Bakery Bar, and learn about how this traditional dessert made a comeback to the city in a big way.

Arnaud’s

Sip on Arnaud’s French 75 at this historic restaurant, which won the 2017 James Beard Award for Outstanding Bar Program.

Compère Lapin

in the Old No. 77 Hotel

Kick off the ride in the heart of the Warehouse Arts District at Chef Nina Compton’s restaurant, where she mixes the indigenous ingredients and rich culinary heritage of New Orleans with those of her Caribbean roots.

Cochon Butcher

Enjoy a bounty of boudin and discover why preeminent New Orleans chef Donald Link calls this staple both the “king of Cajun food” and his absolute favorite thing in the world to eat.

Bakery Bar

Uncover the local specialty doberge cake at Bakery Bar, and learn about how this traditional dessert made a comeback to the city in a big way.

Arnaud’s

Sip on Arnaud’s French 75 at this historic restaurant, which won the 2017 James Beard Award for Outstanding Bar Program.