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Berlin Food Tours: Berlin Mitte Food Tour – Berlin, Germany

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Mitte is Berlin’s first and most central district which literally means “the center.” It constitutes Berlin’s historic core and includes some of the most important tourist sites. Mitte contains some of the city’s oldest buildings, most of the political institutions and also an enormous variety of culinary treasures, just waiting to be explored by you. 

This tour is a great opportunity for everyone to explore Berlin Mitte in a culinary way and off the tourist track. Learn about German food craftsmanship, indulge in a rich variety of foods and experience the unique history of Berlin Mitte.

Highlights of the Berlin Mitte Food Tour

  • 10 Tastings & Stories
  • Discover the culinary side of Berlin Mitte
  • Indulge in delicacies from Berlin
  • Variety of different Foods and Flavours
  • Stunning locations off the tourist track
  • Berlins exciting food – and city – history

When: 11 am on Fridays and Saturdays, or send us your tour request info@berlinfoodtour.de

Where: Meeting Point is “Katjes Café Grün-Ohr”, Rosenthaler Straße 32  http://tinyurl.com/pmq3ppo 

Duration: The food tour will last approximately 3,5 hours

Attendance Fee: 39,90 Euros p.p., children under 12 years 24,90 Euros

Who: All age groups and fitness levels

Including: All food tastings

Food: We taste on the go and are not usually seated

Clothing: Comfortable clothing, shoes and rain gear depemding on weather

Weather Conditions: Tours run rain or shine

Languages:English & German

A minimum number of participants is required for tour to operate.

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Berlin Food Tours also operates several other food and tasting tours in the city.

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Delicious Israel: Regional Area Culinary Safari

Delicious Israel offers foodies and culture-seekers a unique and adventurous way to vacation and connect with Israel – through their passion. Our culinary and boutique specialty tours are limited to small groups so that together we can veer off the beaten path to eat, explore, learn and experience the authentic “insider” scene of Israeli lifestyle, history and culture.

Sample itinerary, Carmel area:

Just an hour away from Tel Aviv, the Carmel region combines a multi-cultural environment (Jewish, Arab and Druze populations co-existing) with a rich land ripe for producing high-quality foods.

We will visit a variety of local producers including:

  • Visit to goat farm, meeting with the owner, and tastings of homemade goat cheeses
  • Wine tasting with the winemaker or owner at a boutique winery
  • Learning and tasting at a spice shop that grows the herbs/spices locally – the “Toys-R-Us for foodies”
  • Druze hospitality in the home of a Druze woman that cooks incredible local ethnic foods from recipes passed down through the generations
  • Optional visits to: ancient olive oil press (organic olives and café), homemade jam producer, boutique organic beer brewery and/or organic wine makers, artisanal chocolate maker.

Time: 7-8 hours

Similar safaris can be arranged in the Jerusalem Hills, Galil, Golan Heights

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Colorado Springs Food Tours: Delicious Downtown Food Tour

Explore the tasty and unique local fare in historic downtown Colorado Springs on this walking food tour! During this 2.5-hour excursion, your guide will lead you to up to six culinary destinations where you will savor generous samples of food and drink (alcohol is included for those 21 and older, and substitutes are available for those underage or those who would rather not partake). Hear directly from restaurant owners, chefs, and managers about their food-driven visions; be entertained by fascinating local history; and enjoy the company of other foodies you will meet along the way. The perfect afternoon activity for a friends’-day-out, birthday celebration, couples’ anniversary, group outing, or just for the sake of having fun!

Culinary destinations may include:
Conscious Table
The Famous Steakhouse
Judge Baldwin’s Brewing Company
Paris Crepe
Pikes Perk Coffee and Tea
Poor Richard’s / Rico’s
The Rabbit Hole Dinner and Drinks
Savory Spice Shop
Spice Island Grill

Please be aware before booking your tour that we ask you to arrive 15 minutes prior to the tour start time (2:15pm). The tour will begin promptly at 2:30pm and end at 5:00pm.

Saturdays, 2:30pm – 5:00pm
Historic Downtown Colorado Springs
$49 per person

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Cutting Edge Cuisine Tour, Royal Oak, MI

Walk along bustling Main Street and the charming neighborhoods, as you learn about this youthful and vibrant Detroit suburb that has maintained its small town atmosphere. Meet the owners of Royal Oak’s eateries and taste the food of this All-American town.

Featuring:

One of Michigan’s oldest Farmers’ Market

Fresh Seafood from around the globe

Healthy Mexican food, featuring home-made salsa

Brewery known for its seafood dishes

A modern Chinese tea house

Chocolate, chocolate, and more chocolate

Bakery with a history of excellence

Local boutique’s new spin on classic sandwiches

From the vine to your glass, custom wines

Taste of the Middle East

Dates: Alternating Saturdays

Price: $43 per person

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Vancouver Food Tour: Paint the Town Culinary Tour

Experience the best of Vancouver’s food culture in 3 neighbourhoods: Granville Island, Yaletown (Downtown), and Gastown.

Begin your adventure on Granville Island, our local food and art destination. Feast your senses on local seafood, produce and artisanal delights as you nibble through the bountiful Public Market.

Become a sake expert by sampling 3 premium Japanese rice wines at Canada’s first sake brewing studio. Wrap up your afternoon by wandering through Granville Island’s specialty shops and art galleries at your leisure. Beer lovers can take an extra stop to sample a few at the brewery!

Take a ferry across False Creek to Yaletown and enjoy some fresh, local oysters and mussels steamed before your eyes at happy hour. The Pacific’s chilly waters are home to the sweetest shellfish in the world and cannot be missed.

Stroll into the historic Gastown district, Vancouver’s most vibrant restaurant scene and Canada’s cocktail capitol. Meander through the neighbourhood and become acquainted with the hottest restaurants, hidden cocktail nooks, and hole-in-the-wall establishments.

First, sample 3 BC wines alongside local charcuterie and farm cheeses from an ever-changing chalkboard menu. Nearby BC farms produce fantastic, award-winning meat and cheese products.

Conclude your eventful day at a modern, Barcelona-inspired taberna. Entice your tastebuds with innovative, Westcoast inspired tapas and pintxos that pushes the envelope.

BONUS: Love whiskey? Discover a secret whiskey bar with one of the most extensive collection in the country.


Tour Includes:

  • All meals, food, and samplings
  • Fun and informative guided walking tour
  • Drinks: Sake tasting and wine flight.
  • Ferry transportation
  • Gratuities to your guide are highly appreciated

Time: 1 pm – 6 pm

Price: $199

  • 5% off 6-11 guests, 10% off 12+ guests

Maximum capacity: 12 guests for public tours. Private tours can accommodate more.

Meeting Spot : Granville Island, Vancouver. Outside Kid’s Market (Cartwright St), near the entrance of Granville Island. – VIEW MAP

Ending Spot : The Steamclock in Gastown, Vancouver. (On the corner of Water St. and Cambie St.) – VIEW MAP

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Urban Oyster – Fermented NY Craft Beer Crawl

The revolution will not be televised.  It will be poured into a pint glass and savored.

We are living amidst an amazing revolution in beer.  For decades beer selection was limited to light beer and lighter beer.  However, with over 1,500 breweries operating nationwide, choosing and appreciating beer has become a bit of an art form and has begun to rival wine is some of the finest restaurants in NYC.  Are you looking for looking to explore the wonderful world of craft beer?  Join Urban Oyster for a stroll through Williamsburg, Brooklyn where we’ll visit a variety of craft beer bars, as well as a brewery and beer store, and hear the stories of their businesses while sampling their wares.  We’ll learn about how the beer is made, what goes into serving it, how to distinguish between different varieties of beer, and how to fully appreciate beer the way professional tasters do.  This is a pub crawl with a purpose.  After taking this tour, you’ll be able to dazzle your friends with your new expertise and liberate them from the grips of Bud Light and Stella. (Tour includes over 10 different beers as well as substantial food to help absorb the alcohol and keep you on your feet)

Length of tour: Approx. 3 hours.

Age Requirement: 21 years of age and older.

Admission: Tickets are $55 per person.  Advance ticket purchase is required. Click here to purchase tickets.  Price of ticket includes all beer tastings (at least 10 different beers), food, beer tasting guide sheet, a tour map of the neighborhood, and your tour guide. Members of the Brooklyn Historical Society receive a 10% discount on this tour.  See the FAQs about how to claim your discount tickets.

Schedule:
Fermented NY tours operate every Thursday evening and Saturday afternoon between March and December.  Click here to view the tour calendar.  If you’d like to book a tour for a private group, please contact us directly at info@urbanoyster.com

If you have questions, please visit our FAQ page.

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Urban Oyster – Brewed in Brooklyn Tour

History in a pint glass.  Explore the story of beer in Brooklyn, past and present!

Toast your way through the past and present of beer brewing in Brooklyn! Once home to 48 breweries, this ancient and tasty trade disappeared from the borough in the 1970’s, only to be reborn in recent years with craft breweries leading the way. On this tour, we’ll take a behind-the-scenes look at how beer is made at one of Brooklyn’s three present-day breweries, explore the pre-prohibition era as we check out 19th century brewery buildings and share stories of the German immigrants who worked in them, and, of course, have plenty of craft beer and food along the way.

Tour Highlights:

  • A private tour of the Brooklyn Brewery on weekends or Greenpoint Beerworks on weekdays, maker of beer for Kelso of Brooklyn and Heartland Brewery Restaurants, plus a taste of their beers.
  • A look at two remaining 19th century brewery buildings that were once part of the old Brewers Row.
  • Lunch with pizza and lager beer – mmm….
  • Stories of brewing, bottling, and even bootlegging.
  • A beautiful cathedral-like church that was built by the German immigrants in the neighborhood.
  • A stop by ABC Beverage Distributors to learn about how beer gets to customers today versus in the past.
  • Tastings of traditional German beer and Brooklyn beer with gourmet small plates at Huckleberry Bar.

Length of tour: Approx. 3.5 hours.

Age Requirement: 21 years of age and older.

Admission: Tickets are $49 per person.  Advance ticket purchase is required. Click here to purchase tickets.  Price of ticket includes beer tastings and food, transportation, tour map of the neighborhood, and your tour guide. Members of the Brooklyn Historical Society receive a 10% discount on this tour.  See the FAQs about how to claim your discount tickets.

Schedule:
Brewed in Brooklyn Tours operate on Saturday and Sundays afternoons between March and December, plus Wednesday evenings starting in July.

Tickets: $49  (Must be 21 years or older)

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