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I don't usually do tours, but decided to do this one. I am soooo glad I did as it was excellent! Our guide was great and very knowledgeable. Good group size also, not too many people. I am definitely going to do this one again! Also, EXCELLENT FOOD!
Very nice walking tour, friendly knowledgeable guide. Good food!
Had a great time and our guide was great and knew a lot about the neighborhood. We really got a sense of the North Beach community and how it's changed over time. Got to try great coffee, bread/pastries, pizza, olive oil, etc.
Tour was a lot of fun and learned a lot about Little Italy and North Beach.
The only problem with this tour was that the guide seemed to have a bit of a speech impediment and was hard to understand at times. Other than that, it was great. Very interesting and tasty !!!
Great food. Very knowledgeable guide about the food. Didn't get as much history as I though I would, but I enjoyed the eating & drinking & his helpful demeanor at the end.
Had a great time! Why we've never gone exploring through there before I don't know We definitely have new favorite restaurants, chocolate and bakery shops to visit when we go back. Thanks!!
Our guide was great, giving history of the area while we enjoyed the many fine treats. The bakery oven was fascinating as was our lesson on coffee beans and olive oil. What a great way to get a feel for the neighborhood, past to present.
It started out a little slow. But we ate several different tastes and all were very good. Plus we learned quite a bit about types of ovens used for cooking, how coffee beans are roasted, etc, and some key sights in the area. I would recommend this to anyone for eating and learning a lot about North Beach.
We had a great time. Ahh, SF, though we've lived here forever, there's nothing like a new perspective.
not enough food. there was a 2 hour gap where we didn't eat any food at all. felt a bit like a school field trip. which is fine. it's interesting to hear the history of the neighborhood it's just that it would make more sense to be eating something while that part is happening. host talked about herself a bit too much. we want to know about the food and the places, not about how they relate to her so much. she was very nice and lovely as a person, just thought it might be a bit more enjoyable that way. thank you.
The food was great! It was slow moving. I wasn't very impressed with the guide. This was first food tour I've done and wouldn't consider one again.