Mafia, Murder, Sex and All That Jazz Walking Tour

You must be at least 21 years old to take this tour. Adult Content!

2 Hours

Small Group Tour

1pm Daily

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Google Review

”The sex, mafia, and all that jazz tour was a fascinating view of the gritty and colorful characters in New Orleans past. David had us enthralled with stories from Norma Wallace to Huey Long and everyone between. If you want insight into the less than proper scene where both men of status and those of vice frequented, look no farther. David was a very personable and engaging person who loves to share his stories. I’m so glad we had the opportunity to learn from him.” Erin M

New Orleans Adult Walking Tour

New Orleans is “Different”

For the past 300 years New Orleans has hung precariously to the lower lip of a country that doesn’t know quite what to make of her. At best, New Orleans is called “different”. As often as not, the difference is characterized in travel memoirs as “decadence”. Decadent: corrupt, degenerate, depraved, dissipated, dissolute, immoral, sinful, unprincipled. A Cajun friend of mine might affirm, “Truedat. Yeayouright.”

Rogues, and Roués, the Mobsters and Madams

On this two hour walking tour of the French Quarter you will meet the rogues and roués, the mobsters and madams: Silver Dollar Sam, Diamond Jim, Emma Johnson and her House of All Nations, Norma Wallace and, of course, Bourbon Street. In our mind’s eye we’ll tour down the line of Storyville, the legendary and notorious tenderloin district that beckoned all comers between 1898 and 1917. We’ll meet the King Fish, Gov. Huey Long, who fathered modern Louisiana through patronage and payoffs. He might have become President — if he hadn’t been assassinated.

Governor Huey P. Long

You must be at least 21 years old to take this tour. Adult content!



This tour is 2 hours long and ends, where else, but in Storyville, America’s first and last permitted sex district.  We meet at French Truck Coffee, 221 Chartres Street, the starting point for our Mafia, Murder, Sex and All That Jazz Tour. 

Historical Walking Tours Music Tours Photography Tours  Cocktail and Culinary Tours  Haunted, Ghost and Voodoo Tours  Swamp, Plantation and CityTours  Bike Tours

Meet Your Guide

Lee Harvey Oswald and JFK Conspiracy Tour
David Feldman

John Goodman, the actor and New Orleans resident, is quoted as saying, “Someone has suggested that there is an incomplete part of our chromosomes that gets repaired or found when we hit New Orleans. Some of us just belong here.” I am one such person. After retiring from a varied career as a newspaper reporter, school teacher, shipwright, housewright, etc., My wife and I traveled throughout Europe and the US for three years. We fell in love with many cities: Budapest, Vienna, Paris, Savannah, Charleston…. But the more we learned about each city the more we came to realize it was the Budapest of the 1930’s, or Vienna of 1914, or Paris of the 1890’s that we had fallen in love with.

Only New Orleans, the New Orleans of then and now maintained it’s magnetic hold on us. When we left New Orleans the first time, New Orleans never left us. We came back to stay. I live and breath my adopted city. Every day I try to visit a new place and mine one more gold nugget.

The Savvy Native is a group of experienced local tour guides who were either born in New Orleans or wish they had been.

Historical Walking Tours  Historical Walking Tours  Cocktail and Culinary Tours  Haunted, Ghost and Voodoo Tours  Swamp, Plantation and City Tours  Bike Tours

search previous next tag category expand menu location phone mail time cart zoom edit close