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Miami Food Tours: SoBe Tour des Forks – Miami, Florida

Our guided walking and tasting tour takes you on a 3-hour culinary adventure through South Beach combining delicious food and drink tastings with historical, architectural and cultural insights. Finish our tours feeling like a local – with an insider view into the local life, a satisfied stomach, and confidence to continue exploring the neighborhood.

Discover Miami Beach’s unique Art Deco district—from Lincoln Road to Espanola Way & Ocean Drive—through the locals’ favorite mouth-watering restaurants and cafés. Our recommendation is to book your tour for the beginning of your trip so you’ll be in the know for the remainder of your holiday.

All food tastings, enough for lunch are included in the ticket price of $53.00.

What to expect on the SoBe Tour des Forks

A Taste of South Beach

Your enthusiastic guide will take you through five different restaurants and cafes in South Beach (often referred to as SoBe)—Miami Beach’s most popular neighborhood. On our tour, you’ll by-pass the tourist traps and go straight to the eateries that the locals’ frequent to discover the mouth-watering dishes that will fill you up for lunch! All tastings are included in the ticket price. Stops include Miami Nouvelle cuisine, authentic ethnic eateries and a Kosher Ice Cream factory. See all tasting locations to the right.

Architectural & Historic Sights

The SoBe Tour des Forks is not only a food tour, it’s an architectural, historic and cultural walking tour. Besides delving into the foods of Miami, you’ll discover the dramatic history, diverse culture and stunning Art Deco architecture of Miami Beach with your knowledgeable local tour guide. When you join a Miami Food Tour, your guide will share the dramatic (and romantic) stories that illustrate how Miami Beach has been shaped into the glamorous city we know today.

Who Would Enjoy the SoBe Tour des Forks?

Both Miamians and tourists—from foodies to gourmets—enjoy discovering South Beach with us on our SoBe Tour des Forks. Whether you’re a Miamian looking for a fun way to spend an afternoon in your own town or on your first visit to Miami, we’re sure that by the end of our tour you’ll have a fresh perspective on South Beach’s architecture and history and greater appreciation for Miami’s culinary scene.

Why Take the SoBe Tour des Forks?

Whether you’re a Miamian or a tourist, you’ll discover some hidden architectural gems, hear some dramatic stories about South Beach’s history and, most importantly, get a taste of Miami. So, if you’re looking for a deliciously enlightening way to spend an afternoon in South Beach—join us on a tour! On our SoBe Tour des Forks you’ll stroll for 3 hours through a selection of the best restaurants and cafes Miami Beach has to offer. Along with the tastings, you’ll be served up portions of architecture and history as we walk through Miami’s historic Art Deco district.

Where we taste:

The Café at Books & Books Miami – Nouvelle cuisine by South Beach’s pioneer chef, Bernie Matz

David’s Café II – Cuban restaurant serving award winning Cuban coffees

A La Folie  -A charming authentic French café

Boteco Copacabana – Authentic Brazilian fare

Amami – Italian fare with international influence

The Frieze Ice Cream Factory – All natural, super-premium Kosher ice cream & sorbet made fresh daily in the shop.

Details:

WHEN – Mondays-Sundays
October through June

TIME – Tours depart at 11 am

HOW MUCH – Adult, $53; Adolescent, $35 (Between ages 8 & 12); Child, $17.50 (7 years and younger, if eating)

WHAT’S INCLUDED – All tastings, enough for lunch and a guided city tour

DURATION – 3 hours

DISTANCE COVERED – 1.5 miles

WHO – All ages and fitness levels

CAPACITY – 12 people per tour

WHAT TO WEAR – Comfortable shoes and clothing

WEATHER CONDITIONS – We tour rain or shine!

WHERE – The tour meets on Lincoln Road in South Beach (exact location is disclosed upon ticket purchase)

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Santa Fe School of Cooking: Restaurant Tours – Santa Fe, New Mexico

Only in Santa Fe for a few days and can’t decide which of the world famous restaurants to choose for dining? Let us help you try as many restaurants as possible while you are here! Lace up your most comfortable walking shoes and arrive hungry for the only tour of its kind in New Mexico. We’ll start at the internationally recognized Santa Fe School of Cooking for a meet and greet with our chef/guide and fellow adventurers, including a delicious sampling from our repertoire. Then its out for a guided tour of four of Santa Fe’s most prestigious dining destinations.

Each stop will include a private tasting and audiences with the chefs, owners and other key players that make this city one of America’s Top Culinary Capitals!
We look forward to introducing you to some of Santa Fe’s top chefs and bringing you into our diverse culinary scene!

Restaurant Walking Tour – 1

This tours includes…

  • Rio Chama is the largest restaurant in Santa Fe and as a result offers its clientelle an electic choice of environments in which to wine and dine. Among the rooms that you will visit on a tour of the restaurant are a beautiful wine cellar, a private dining area decorated with unique photos of Georgia O’Keeffe’s home, and a large party room exquisitely decorated in antique Native American textiles. After the tour you will visit the kitchen where you will be treated to a tasting of the food and wine that makes Rio Chama so popular.
  • La Casa Sena, situated in the beautiful Sena Plaza, dazzles their customers with sumptuous food and an amazing wine list. Chef Patrick Gharrity will welcome us into the luxurious wine bar where you will taste one of the house specialties.
  • Santacafe, situated in the spectacular Padre Gallegos House, is a Santa Fe institution that has consistently received the highest praises from visitors and locals alike. We will finish our tour of fine dining establishments at the restaurant Travel & Leisure once described as “elegant yet informal, with successfully inventive dishes, it is widely considered to be the cities finest restaurant”.

Restaurant Walking Tour – 2

This tour includes…

  • At the Galisteo Bistro meet the chef/owner Robert Chickering whose passion for authentic made-from-scratch Mediterranean food has skyrocketed his restaurant to #1 the Santa Fe Trip Advisor!
  • The Ore House at Milagro is a beautiful two story courtyard dining area. It is the perfect setting to highlight the bright, festive and authentic flavors of Latin America and Mexico. Enjoy a tasting from one of the best selection of specialty tequilas in Santa Fe.
  • La Boca, James Campbell Caruso’s Spanish tapas restaurant is the place to be seen in Santa Fe. James has a unique cooking style that has made him stand out. He has been been nominated three times by the James Beard Foundation for the “Best Chef in the Southwest” award. James takes the concept of tapas to a whole new place.
  • The Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi is one of New Mexico’s most highly acclaimed culinary destinations, The Anasazi Restaurant offers a fine dining atmosphere that is welcoming, elegant and rustic. Regional art is tastefully displayed throughout this beautiful Santa Fe restaurant. Enjoy tastings from the menu of Argentinean chef Juan Bochenski.
Restaurant Walking Tour – 3
This tour includes…

  • The Pink Adobe restaurant was established in 1944 by the legendary Rosalea Murphy.  Known affectionately by locals as “The Pink,” the restaurant has grown into a local and national landmark since its humble beginnings of serving French onion soup and apple pie. For over 50 years Rosalea filled her days using her talents and energy to create a unique flavor, décor and personality that makes this restaurant so special.
  • Nostrani Ristorante & Shibumi Ramenya welcomes diners into an exemplary Northern Italian fine dining experience. With a rose garden in the front and fresh herb and vegetable garden in the back, it is one of the most romantic restaurants in Santa Fe.

    Attached to Nostrani Ristorante, and utilizing garden fresh herbs and vegetables, is Shibumi Ramenya, a traditional Japanese noodle house. Chef Eric Stapleman studied Japanese cuisine in New York City and Chef de Cuisine Harris Brazina studied in Japan, and they bring the authentic flavors to the traditional Japanese menu.

  • Il Piatto, led by chef/proprietor, Matt Yohalem is on the forefront of the effort to promote seasonal, fresh and local ingredients in the Santa Fe restaurant scene. Matt works with local farmers to offer a uniquely delicious regional Italian cuisine.
  • We ask that you please refrain from wearing any fragrance for this afternoon’s tour.

Restaurant Walking Tour – 4

This tour includes…

  • Restaurant Martin is the restaurant that Chef Martín Rios and his wife Jennifer envisioned: A comfortable, refined and pleasing atmosphere where local people and Santa Fe visitors can enjoy Chef Rios’ award-winning progressive American cuisine. He has a long-standing reputation for his innovative combination of flavors, colors and presentation. Using fresh, local produce and organic meats and poultry, Chef Rios creates cuisine that reflects Southwestern and Asian styles influenced by his classical training in French technique. He has been nominated several times for the Best Chef in the Southwest by the James Beard Foundation.
  • Secreto Lounge at Hotel St Francis offers a unique experience in Santa Fe. Internationally acclaimed mixologists prepare garden-to-glass cocktails from locally grown ingredients while entertaining guests with the lore and history about their selection of vintage cocktails.
  • Luminaria at the Inn at Loretto celebrates the art of food by presenting Santa Fe’s only Concious Cuisine dining experience. Chef Matt Ostrander purchases fruits, vegetables and spices from local farmers and prime grades of meat from regional ranchers to create a menu that focuses on a sustainable approach to food.
  • Located next to the New Mexico state capital, The Guadalupe Cafe offers traditional home style New Mexican food in a charming, relaxed environment. The hot chile and the authentic local food has been pleasing folks for 36 years.

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Montreal Food Tours: A Foodie’s Tour of Little Italy – Montreal, Canada

Come discover Little Italy, one of the most captivating neighbourhoods of Montreal with its colourful past, its quaint streets, its well-known restaurants and fine epicurean groceries.

Come and visit the Jean Talon Market, the biggest outdoor market in North America. Since 1934, this market is the ideal place to buy fresh products, a variety of remarkable cheeses, meats from regional producers, flowers, books and a lot more. You will be charmed by the wonderful smells and the vivid colours of the beautifully laid-out fruit and vegetable stands.

See the rich heritage of Italian Canadians like the Madonna della Defesa (Our Lady of protection) Church, Dante Park, the St. Laurent Boulevard – heart of this neighbourhood and learn more about the history and the cultural diversity that make this corner of Montreal so unique!

You will be amazed and surprised by the tastings included!

Duration : 2.5 hours
Saturdays, from 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm

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Fitz & Follwell: Flavours of the “Main” – Montreal, Canada

It may have been the St. Lawrence River that brought them here, but it was St. Lawrence Boulevard that kept them.

For three centuries, Montreal immigrants have settled along the city’s main boulevard, known interchangeably as St. Lawrence, St. Laurent, or “The Main.” French, British, Chinese, Eastern European, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Latin American and North African–all have found their time and place on this historic street. Today, in lively shops, cafes and market stands, they continue to share their culinary heritage.

Offered in two separate segments or together in one back-to-back taste extrodinaire, this action-packed Tasting Tour traces the history of each cultural community with visits to landmarks, food emporiums, delicatessens, specialty shops, lunch counters, restaurants, cafes, and marketplaces that have shaped it.

The first segment samples our way through Chinatown, the city’s former “Red Light” and current “Supper Club” districts, the former Jewish Quarter, and Little Portugal. The second segment leaves Little Portugal with stops in Mile-End, and Little Italy, with a climactic finish at the Jean-Talon Market, North America’s largest open-air market (where we taste the best of Quebec’s ‘cuisine du terroir’).

Along the way, we’ll meet shop owners, hear their stories and learn about iconic local figures such as Montreal’s famous ‘Striptease’ dancer Lili St. Cyr and master musician, poet and St. Lawrence Boulevard resident Leonard Cohen.

Join us for this extended, unconventional lunch, filled with signature Montreal flavours. Sweet, salty, savoury, and thirst-quenching– samples will change with the seasons and a microbrew beer in the summer may become ice-cider in the winter–but Montreal’s famous smoked meat and bagels will remain standard. The rest is a surprise!

Best for: Food lovers with a taste for variety and culture

* Special Price offered for doing both segments of the tour together back-to-back!  Choose the option “Full Tour”!  The special price is also offered if you would prefer to do Segment #1 one day, and Segment #2 the following day! *

Highlights Segment # 1: Chinatown // Red Light District // Jewish Quarter // Little Portugal.
Segment #2: Little Portugal // Jewish Quarter // Mile-End // Little Italy // Jean-Talon Market
Prices Segment #1 or Segment #2:
Adults : $69
Young adult : $59Full Tour:
Adults : $119
Young adult : $99
What’s included Segment #1 or Segment #2:
No less than 8 food & drink samples, bottle of water, Bus pass (there is one short bus rider per tour), and countless restaurant recommendations!Full Tour:
No less than 16 food & drink samples, bottle of water, Bus pass (there are two short bus rides on the full tour), and countless restaurant recommendations!
When Daily upon demand, All year-round
Departure time & location Segment #1: 11:15am-2:00PM
Segment #2: 2:15pm-5:00pm

Please include your choice of Segment #1 or #2 in the comments box of the reservation form!DEPARTURE LOCATIONS:
Segment #1: From the Chinatown south main Gates – corner St. Laurent/Viger in front of the “Pho Vietnam” Restaurant – click for exact location – This tour ends at Fitz & Follwell Headquarters.
Segment # 2:From Fitz & Follwell’s headquarters. This tour ends at the Jean-Talon Market in Little Italy!Full tour: 11:15AM-5:00PM
From the Chinatown south main Gates – corner St. Laurent/Viger in front of the “Pho Vietnam” Restaurant – click for exact location – This tour ends at the Jean-Talon Market in Little Italy!

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Bites of Boston: The Sweet & Savory South End Walking Food Tour

Over the course of our 3-hour guided tour, you’ll sample scrumptious food from neighborhood restaurants, cafes and specialty food stores while learning about the foods you are tasting and the people who make them. You’ll also experience the local culture as we stroll the neighborhood streets, visiting sites of historical and architectural interest. The casual pace makes this walking food tour appropriate for all ages and fitness levels.

Delicious Food Tastings - The Sweet and Savory South End Walking Food Tour takes place in Boston’s historic South End neighborhood. You’ll taste local favorites from 6 South End eateries including award-winning pizza, a creatively concocted cookie, and the iconic New England fried clam, to name a few. You’ll also learn how these local establishments came to be, who owns them and some fun and interesting stories they have to share. The food sampled on the tour is included in the price of your ticket and is enough for a satisfying lunch. Tasting Locations are listed and described below.

Neighborhood Nourishment - On top of delicious food tastings, you’ll also enjoy a hearty helping of historical, architectural and cultural information about the South End neighborhood.  You’ll see some beautifully planned Victorian bowfront communities, learn about the cultural development of the area, and hear some fascinating facts about some of the South End’s sites and famous residents. Our Sweet & Savory South End Walking Food Tour is full of food, facts, and fun!

Delicious food specialties are served on the South End Food Tour (subject to change):

  • Parish Cafe American restaurant featuring sandwiches created by renowned Boston chefs (Est. 1992)
  • Orinoco Kitchen A Latin kitchen inspired by family-run Venezuelan eateries (Est. 2003)
  • Flour Bakery Popular local bakery and cafe with mouth-watering pastries and delicious sandwiches (Est. 2000)
  • Morse Fish Company Boston’s oldest fish market (Est. 1903)
  • South End Formaggio Purveyor of fine meats, cheeses, wines and specialty products (Est. 1999)
  • The Upper Crust Pizzeria Award-winning pizzeria serving gourmet thin-crust pizza (Est. 2001)
When: Wednesday/Thursday – Sunday, April through November
Time: Tours depart daily at 12noon and last 3 hours
Price: $48 Adult | $35 Child (Ages 12 and under) +tax
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Tour de Food: Davidson, North Carolina

Take a tour of Davidson. A quaint little town full of history and rich in flavor. We will start our tour at the Old Cotton Mill now known as The Brick House Tavern found at 209 Delburg St. From there we will wind our way through historical Davidson down Main St, stopping at 6-7 different restaurants from upscale dining to the soda shop along the way. We will sample some of the finest culinary delights these establishments have to offer paired with dynamic beer and wines at a few stops. You will get to meet the owners and chefs for a very personal experience unlike any other.

Come see how innovative these independently owned restaurants can turn farm fresh food into the most delectable dishes. Eat Drink Walk with us through Davidson.

Our participating establishments:

Davidson Beverage Company

Brickhouse Tavern

Flatiron Kitchen & Taphouse

Toast

Restaurant X

Soda Shop

Campania

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Eating Ashville: Downtown Walking Food Tour

Hungry for a taste of Asheville, but don’t know where to start? Join our Asheville Tour as we explore downtown’s culinary scene. Eating Asheville’s walking food tour leads you through an orchestration of the finest and most delicious sights and tastes that the city has to offer. Join us for an Asheville tour of the city’s unique food culture. You’ll visit 5 to 7 restaraunts, enough for lunch. We support independently owned restaurants. All of our partner restaurants implement a “farm to table” concept, supporting our local family farms, thus keeping the food fresh, amazing, and local! See examples of restaurants visited here.

What to Expect: Our 2.5 hour guided food tasting and cultural tour combines delicious food and drink tastings with some serious fun in historic Downtown Asheville. Our tours are truly educational and delectable! Our tours run several days a week from 2-4:30. Advanced tickets are required. Eating Asheville tours serves enough food for most guests, lunch afterwards is not necessary. You can expect numerous small offerings at 6-9 stops.

Price: The ticket cost of $47 is all inclusive.

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Yummy Walks: Boston North End Little Italy Food Tour

In the North End, the streets are narrow and compact, and there is history – Old North Church, Paul Revere’s house, burial grounds – seemingly around every corner. The neighborhood is packed with restaurants, virtually all of them Italian, and the locals carefully maintain their deeply-rooted ties to Italian culture.

This is the oldest urban neighborhood in America. The air is fragrant with the fresh ocean breeze and scents of coffee houses, bakeries, and restaurants, as we wind our way through the scenic narrow streets.

Our friendly and engaging guides will take you to several North End venues where you will have an opportunity to sample delectable foods and meet those who craft these culinary delights. Along the way, you will learn about the colorful history of the North End.

We visit food shops, restaurants and bakers. Best of all you’ll meet the people whose families have traded in the area for generations and still produce wonderful food. And we also meet those bringing new international tastes and food ideas to the table.

Our gentle stroll has lots of stops with frequent, generous tastings along the way. We point out good places for lunch or dinner, though after all the tastings it’s very unlikely you’ll need lunch.

Soak in the history and culture of the North End and enjoy delicious foods in this historic neighborhood while on our Food Tours in Boston!

Even if you think you know Boston, our Food Tours in Boston will show you food establishments you’ve never noticed before.

Yummy Walks’ North End Little Italy Food Tour is a leisurely-paced walking tour that carves a path through the streets of the charming North End.

In the North End, the streets are narrow and compact, and there is history – Old North Church, Paul Revere’s house, burial grounds – seemingly around every corner. The neighborhood is packed with restaurants, virtually all of them Italian, and the locals carefully maintain their deeply-rooted ties to Italian culture.

On this tour, you will:

  • Visit several shops in the North End.
  • Sample delectable foods from food shops, restaurants and bakeries.
  • Go behind the scenes and meet the bakers, chefs, and families who have worked in the area for generations and still produce wonderful food!
  • Visit newer establishments and meet those who are bringing new international tastes and food ideas to the table.
  • Learn about the colorful history of the North End from our friendly and engaging guides.

Boston’s North End is the oldest urban neighborhood in America. As we wind our way through the scenic narrow streets, you’ll find the air is fragrant with the fresh ocean breeze and scents of coffee houses, bakeries, and restaurants.

Our gentle stroll has lots of stops with frequent, generous servings of food along the way. We point out good places for lunch or dinner, though after the tour, it’s very unlikely you’ll be hungry.

Some of the foods you may enjoy include:

  • Pastas
  • Cheeses
  • Italian meats
  • Brick-oven pizza
  • Freshly made cannolis

Soak in the history and culture of the North End and enjoy delicious foods in this historic neighborhood while on our Food Tour in Boston!

Meeting Location

North End/Little Italy (Boston, MA) (Exact meeting location details will be provided immediately upon purchase of tickets.)

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Yummy Walks: Foods of the Freedom Trail Tour – Boston

Nothing tops the Boston Freedom Trail as an introduction to the history and popular sites of Boston. This walk will take you past 14 significant landmarks, every one an authentic American treasure. You will see churches, cemeteries and meeting halls while getting to know about the Boston Common, the North End and other unique neighborhoods. So put on your walking shoes and explore Boston’s past. Its fun and entertaining- its American history but not the same old story….

Our Foods of the Freedom Trail Yummy Walk will explore the Freedom Trail sites from the Boston Common to the Old North Church and taste typical New England cuisine as its been revolutionized for today’s Bostons food scene.

A Brief Culinary History of Boston

You are probably aware of the nickname “Beantown”, because from the earliest days Boston has been awash in molasses to convert to rum as a result of the triangular trade route between the West Indies, Boston, and West Africa. They cooked the beans in molasses and this important staple was sold by the bite, or number of spoonfuls of beans available.

Its only fitting that one of the nations most historic towns would possess an intriguing food history. At the beginning of the 18th century, Boston didn’t have a central marketplace, so vendors pushed carts through town selling local fare such as seafood, wild game, fowl, apples, nuts, berries, and onions. Cooking traditions were based on those of English and Irish immigrants, featuring plenty of stews, roasts, preserved meats, biscuits, and puddings. North American regional foods such as corn, squash, beans, and potatoes were introduced to the local cuisine.

Faneuil Hall, built in 1742, served as a marketplace for fresh goods as well as an area for public congregation. The region became important for trading, farming, and fishing. By the 19th century, traditional Bostonian dishes such as baked beans slow-cooked with molasses, deep-fried batter-dipped clams, and creamy clam chowder (which got its start as a working-class, one-pot meal for New England fishermen) began to appear on dinner tables.

During your 3-hour Food Tour you will learn about the history and culture of the neighborhood while tasting delicious food specialties representative of the area.  We’ll take you past 14 significant landmarks on this tour including:

  • The Boston Common – America’s oldest public park
  • Massachusetts State House
  • Granary Burial Ground
  • Kings Chapel
  • Old South Meeting House
  • The “Old” State House
  • Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall
  • The North End
  • Paul Revere House
  • Old North Church

As we follow the Freedom Trail to the Old North Church, we visit several restaurants & shops and serve generous portions of foods that are iconic in Boston. Our gentle stroll has lots of stops with frequent, servings of food along the way. We point out good places for lunch or dinner, though after the tour, it’s very unlikely you’ll be hungry. Some of the foods you may enjoy include:

  • Lobster Bisque
  • Boston Baked Beans
  • Boston Cream Pie cupcakes
  • Other delicious foods reflecting the Italian heritage of the North End

So put on your walking shoes, loosen your belt, and explore Boston’s past and its tastes! It’s fun and entertaining…it’s American history but not the same old story….

Duration: 3 hours

Cost: $55

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Local Roots Food Tours: Origins of Sacramento Food Tour

The Origins of Sacramento Walking Food and Cultural Tour is our newest addition.  This tour explores the very beginnings of Sacramento,  from Sutter’s colony Nueva Helvecia to the Fabulous Forties, with tastings of the best dishes the immigrants brought with them.  You’ll learn about how the many diverse groups forged our great city and created its agricultural dominance.

Participants enjoy a 3  hour, 2.5 mile flat walking route past historical national landmarks, gorgeous mission style churches and famed architecture throughout period neighborhoods.  Liberally sprinkled among these sites are ethnic eateries that echo the region’s diversity.  Come taste Sacramento’s amazing authentic foods hailing from far flung lands such as Spain, Czechoslovakia, Turkey, and China’s Szechuan province.

Our Origins of Sacramento Food Tour finds us meandering through two very historical but popular neighborhoods; Midtown’s Sutter District and East Sacramento’s Fabulous Forties.  Stroll under tree-lined streets while you explore hidden gem eateries.  Meet the talented and passionate chefs while sampling their creations….a foodie’s dream come true!  Local Roots Food Tours limits each group to 16 individuals to keep the experience small and intimate; each tour is narrated by our trained guides.  Special dietary needs can be met with prior notice.  Private group tours are available by reservation.

Typical tastings on our tour:

  • Grilled Polenta Triangle w/ fresh basil marinara sauce
  • Handmade Shrimp and Shitake Dumplings
  • Orange Blossom Cocktail
  • Baby spinach, artichokes, chicken & feta cheese pizza
  • Refreshing Pilsner Urquell from Czech Republic
  • Stuffed Date w/ goat cheese and pancetta
  • Dungeness crab cakes w/cayenne pepper aoili & red pepper sauce
  • Death by Chocolate Cupcake

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