This food tasting and cultural walking tour begins at Kramarczuk’s, a Polish deli and restaurant featuring Eastern European staples and homemade sausages.
Explore the Nicollet Island neighborhood, where Minneapolis began, and stroll along the banks of the Mississippi River. Learn about its historical importance and stop at select restaurants along the way. Visit historic Chute Square, located near St. Anthony Main on the riverfront and home to the Ard Godfrey House, the oldest remaining wood frame home in the Twin Cities.
At each food stop, get an insider’s view and enjoy the local favorites at each establishment. Visit six locations, which could include sausages (the same ones that are served at Target Field, home of Major League Baseball’s Minnesota Twins), authentic Neapolitan pizza, traditional Greek desserts and local cheeses. Also, sample dumplings from two different cultures and enjoy locally made gelato.