Sunday Jazz Brunch Cruise | Gray Line New Orleans

Sunday Jazz Brunch Cruise

 Board the Steamboat NATCHEZ or Riverboat CITY of NEW ORLEANS for a Sunday on the river filled with live jazz music, a delicious meal and beautiful sights. The music is provided by The Steamboat Stompers, a group of the most talented musicians in the genre. The meal is a New Orleans style brunch that will make your mouth water. The sights are provided by the shoreline and the might Mississippi River.  (optional for sightseeing only (no meal) available)

Covid-19 Note: All persons 12 years and older must show proof of vaccination, PCR or antigen test for entry to indoor facilities.

Brunch time on the River

Cruise Details

Duration:

2 hours

Departure Time:

Boarding 11:00am, Cruising 11:30am - 1:30pm
Boarding 2:00pm, Cruising 2:30pm - 4:30pm

Please arrive a minimum of 15 minutes before departure time.

Departs From:

Toulouse Street Wharf behind Jax Brewery in the heart of the French Quarter.

Cost:

Sunday Jazz Sightseeing Cruise (no meal):

Adult: $38.00
Kids 6-12: $15.50
Kids 2-5: Free

Sunday Jazz Cruise with Brunch:

Adult: $55.00
Kids 6-12: $27.50
Kids 2-5: $18.25

Sunday Jazz Cruise Menu:

  • Natchez Tossed Salad
    Mixed greens, cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, red onions and croutons with a sugar cane vinaigrette
  • Chicken and Sausage Gumbo
    Made with a traditional Louisiana roux and served with rice
  • Grillades and Grits
    Pronounced "Grre-yahds" - a traditional Creole dish with braised beef and homemade gravy, over stone ground "corn" cooked to a smooth texture (grits)
  • Crescent City Eggs
  • Pain Perdu - the French Cousin of America's "French Toast"
  • Turkey Sausage Patties
  • O'Brien Potatoes
  • Creole Creamed Spinach
  • Mini Croissants and Biscuits
    served with jellies and preserves
  • Fruit Salad
    Chopped seasonal fresh fruit
  • Bananas Foster -A New Orleans original! Fresh sliced bananas sautéed in butter, brown sugar, vanilla, cinnamon and rum. Served warm atop vanilla ice cream
  • White Chocolate Bread Pudding
    A soufflé of local Leidenheimer French bread in rich custard with a decadent white chocolate sauce
  • Community Coffee and Iced Tea included