- 3-hour food tour of Healdsburg
- Sample some of the best food, wine and cocktails in California wine country
- Indulge in enough food for a hearty lunch
- Learn about the Healdsburg food scene from a local foodie guide
- Visit popular establishments like SHED, Bravas Bar De Tapas and Café Lucia
- Small-group tour limited to 8 participants provides a more personalized experience
What You Can Expect
Your local foodie guide is a certified tourism ambassador with a vast knowledge of Healdsburg and greater Sonoma County. You won’t just be lead from spot to spot — you'll have the chance to meet winemakers and learn how the town's celebrated chefs and business owners have achieved their recognition in the industry. With this insider scoop on one of California wine country’s most-loved destinations, you can leave the tour with a list of more places to check out on your own.
The tour covers just over a mile (1.6 km) of walking. See the Itinerary section below for a description of stops on the wine tour.
This lunchtime tour highlights the Sonoma chefs, winemakers and farmers who are using organic, sustainable and seasonal methods of producing food and wine. If you choose this option, you get to visit a wine boutique to meet and mingle with locals, industry experts, and winemakers, as you sip on a world-class glass of red or white.
Sample list of stops (subject to change):
- Bravas Bar De Tapas: One of the country's top 100 tapas restaurants, as noted by Travel + Leisure magazine.
- Gustafson Family Wines: Handcrafted estate wines made in the heart of Dry Creek Valley.
- Café Lucia: Celebrating the flavors of Portugal with a modern California twist.
- SHED: A modern-day take on a communal grange that celebrates local farming and serves up a daily menu of responsibly farmed northern California dishes.
- Costeaux French Bakery & Cafe: Artisan breads baked fresh every day in an open-air bakery since 1923.
- The Taste of Tea: An immersive taste in the art, culture, and culinary properties of teas from around the globe.
- Moustache Baked Goods: Made famous for their scratch-style baking on the Food Network.
Tammy did a great job sharing her expertise of Healdsburg and its foods with us. We enjoyed our visit.
Tammy was a great guide; very knowledgeable and friendly and will give you recommendations on what to do/eat nearby. We went to 4 delicious food places plus 1 wine tasting. Healdsburg is a charming little town and offers an alternative food/wine destination for Napa if you are in the SF Bay Area. You know need to worry about too much walking since most of the places you visit in this food are close to each other.