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  • Location: San Francisco, California
  • Duration:  3 hours (approx.)
Explore San Francisco's culinary landscape and taste dishes from the Mission District, a cultural neighborhood with a rich, diverse dining scene. On this San Francisco food tour, your epicurean concierge will guide your palate through a myriad of ethnic cuisines, from traditional Latin cuisine to the latest in urban trailblazing bites, such as cinnamon horchata cupcakes or house-cured pastrami. Discover the diversity of the Mission District with a choice of a morning tour through Mission 24th Street or an evening tour of Mission 18th Street.

Highlights

  • 3-hour food tour of San Francisco's Mission District
  • Explore one of the city's most colorful and interesting neighborhoods
  • All tastings included so bring your appetite!
  • Led by local guide with expert food knowledge
  • Sample a diverse range of culturally-influenced food from traditional Latin to progressive locavore eateries
  • Choose from a morning or evening tour, and explore different areas of the Mission District

Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

You can talk with restaurant owners for a real insider look at the distinctive eateries that make the Mission District a hotspot for foodies. The morning and evening tours have distinct itineraries so you could do both and make a very tasty day of it!

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What You Can Expect

San Francisco Food Tour: Taste the Mission

San Francisco Food Tour: Taste the Mission

Join your personal epicurean concierge on a tour of flavorful tastes from around the globe. Enjoy complimentary samples of a variety of South American, Asian and Latino-influenced foods from local restaurants in a neighborhood filled with taquerias, pupuserias, cafes, thrift shops and more.

For the morning tour, savor both Latin and South American-inspired tastes as well as the progressive farm-to-table eateries of the Mission District. Try authentic tacos and Mexican delicacies from El Farolito, La Palma Foods; enjoy house-cured pastrami sandwiches from Wise Sons Delicatessen; sample mini horchata and spicy chocolate-flavored cupcakes from Mission Minis; and save room for the the award-winning, one-of-a-kind ice cream from Humphry Slocombe.

For the evening tour, slip amongst the busy and buzz-worthy food ventures along the neighborhood's Valencia Street corridor, a hip haven for adventurous foodies. Hear the stories from the restauranteurs pioneering this flourishing culinary destination. Enjoy critically-acclaimed and award-winning eats and the weekly market featuring farm-fresh delights--a variety of tastings await! Samples of this ever-changing food landscape may include, tacos, tequila, seasonal produce, pastries, wine, cheeses, ice cream and more. Frequent stops include Craftsman and Wolves, Bi-Rite Creamery, Tacolicious, Dosa, Tartine Bakery, and many more!

Whichever tour you choose, you will also have the opportunity to see the colorful murals in the Precita Eyes Mural Arts Center while you stroll the streets of this diverse neighborhood and explore San Francisco as a native would. An enthralling culinary journey through the Mission District awaits you!

Customer Reviews

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2012

Lots of tasty samples and interesting talks with restaurant owners. We visited some places I'd heard about and always wanted to try as well as some I knew nothing about am happy I got to try!

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2012

great tour, we enjoyed the ice-cream and columbian food and the mexican bakery was very interesting

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