Go for the gastronomic gusto on a food‐filled walking tour of New Orleans! Journey with a savvy local guide to popular Creole eateries, markets, and artisanal shops to sample diverse foods that define Louisiana’s culinary landscape. Stopping at several locations, savor such classic bites as seafood gumbo, Creole brisket, po'boys, and pralines. Along the way, meet local chefs and learn about New Orleans’ rich culinary history.
Take a half-day food tour in Cancun to discover authentic local eateries and regional fare from across Mexico. Find out where the locals go as your guide takes you to four favorite eateries where you sample items such as tacos, street food, and gourmet dishes with origins in the Yucutan, Caribbean, and Central Mexico. You’ll also sample three Mexican spirits: tequila, mezcal, and xtabentun.
Taste your way through Cancun’s best tacos with this guided culinary adventure. After convenient hotel pickup, enjoy skip-the-line access with a local insider and savor a variety of delicious tacos—Mexico City and Yucatecan style, “al pastor” and “surtido.” Sip a cold one with your meal—four are included in the tour price—gobble up a complimentary churro, and take in the lovely sounds of an authentic Mariachi band.
Eat the best Cancun Street food trying a top selection of 5 local street food dishes, each one in a different place, including the Cancun Local Market.
With this skip-the-line tour, you'll spend a day exploring our personal Cancun secret street food spots. You'll avoid the long lines and hassle of ordering your meal onsite, which gives you more time to enjoy.
Taste dishes of recipes full of tradition, that have passed from generation to generation in Mexican street gastronomy
Our local English-speaking guide will explain to you every detail related to the food, drinks & story behind each Cancun street joint.
Naturally flavored water, freshly squeezed juice and soft drinks are included. Also, sides such as guacamole, beans, pico de gallo, and a variety of salsas are offered (don’t worry, we’ll warn you if it’s spicy!).
Get the full Louisiana dining experience during a fun and educational New Orleans cooking demonstration class. Take a seat amongst other foodies in a converted 19th century molasses warehouse and get ready to learn and eat! Meet a lively local chef and learn the fundamentals of preparing classic Creole dishes such as gumbo, jambalaya, and pralines. Then dig into delicious samples complemented by local beer or a sweet ice tea.
Don’t leave your experience of Playa del Carmen’s food scene to chance; let a guide reveal some of the city's best food spots on a culinary walking tour that provides a comprehensive introduction to first-time visitors. Stray from the beaten path and discover lesser-known Mexican specialties that you may otherwise have missed.
Eat and drink your way through the French Quarter on a culinary walking tour designed to highlight New Orleans’ rich gastronomic heritage. Visit local institutions and holes-in-the-wall, taste a range of dishes and buy culinary souvenirs, like hot sauce and decadent pralines. Enjoy food samples at eat that stop, which add up to the equivalent of a full meal.
The only Walking Food Tour in Kona! Experience the best restaurants in Kona, some of which were featured on the show Diners, Drive-ins and Dives! Kona is a foodie paradise, immerse yourself in the Kona food scene, with at least 6 stops at restaurants on beautiful Ali'i Drive. Each restaurant will be serving a delicious dish that will delight your senses. The focus is on local, fresh ingredients, with an emphasis on the fresh fish that Kona is known for. Enjoy wonderful wine and cocktail pairings with your food, featuring Hawaiian cocktails and superb wine. This is a "local" experience, and will give you great ideas for restaurants to visit during your time in Kona. In addition to tasting fabulous food and drinks, you will also get great information about Kona's fascinating history and learn about the Kona restaurant scene. Your knowledgable guides will inform and entertain! Tour covers at least 1 mile at slow pace. Tour operates rain or shine, meet at Kona Pier under the Green Tents.
Prepare an authentic Mexican meal from start to finish during this half-day cooking class in Cabo San Lucas. Choose from menus that change each day of the week, shop for fresh ingredients at a local market, then cook alongside a local chef as you learn the techniques and recipes of Mexican cuisine. This cooking class includes a hearty lunch, and it’s limited to 14 people for personalized attention from the chef.
Walking the cobblestone streets of the North End is a must, but don’t waste time looking for the ideal place to eat. Join other passionate foodies to snack your way through the neighborhood. Your guide directs you to a hidden bakery and an authentic Italian salumeria. Visit the Old North Church and maybe even get a chance to talk with the neighborhood’s best bakers. Pizza, pastries, and other delights round out your experience.
Feel like a true New York insider during this secretive boozy tour that visits three of Midtown Manhattan’s most historic watering holes with an in-the-know guide. ‘Sneak’ into the bar of a Prohibition-era speakeasy (we can’t reveal the location online), plus take in a Victorian-era bar and a fun local beer garden, enjoying an included libation at one of the locations.
Walk, talk and eat your way thru the vibrant local streets of Cabo San Lucas! Experience the only authentic food tour in Cabo to receive no commissions or have personal ownership in the eateries. We believe the single best thing any traveler can do to get the most out of their visit to Cabo is experience where the locals live and eat and step away from the tourist zone. There is just no better way to enjoy this great city than through its world famous culinary traditions. Join Avocabo for an entertaining and cultural experience all while tasting the food that has passed down generations. Our food eating adventure features 5 unique stops and an informative Mezcal tasting experience. We recommend to book early because we promise you will want to return to each restaurant again. Each offering excellent value, unforgettable food and festive atmosphere. Whether it’s your first or 20th time you will leave with a new familiarity and comfort level to enjoy all that Cabo has to offer.
If you’re not from the Boston area, it can be difficult to know where to go to taste some of the city’s best wine. This North End wine tour is led by a guide who takes you to the historic neighborhood’s elite local restaurants and well-curated wine shops for Italian wine pairings. Learn about the vintages and varietals of Italy in Boston’s Little Italy with a small-group limited to 12 for personalized attention the whole way.
Let our Chefs show you why New Orleans food is the best. Join us for one of our exclusive Hands-On cooking classes in the French Quarter. Wine/beer is served throughout class. In our Roux class you will prepare a Chicken and Andouille Sausage Gumbo, Shrimp Etouffee and Bananas Foster. Come Hungry
Spend a delightful day in New York City's SoHo neighborhood with a delicious food and wine walking tour! Join your oenophile guide as you stop in at two unique dining destinations to sample wines from around the world, each paired with sweet or savory bites. Chat with restaurateurs, compare tasting notes and make new friends on this small-group tour, with numbers limited to 12 people for a personalized experience.
Discover Oahu’s best and most authentic foods on this tour. Join Lanai Tabura, winner of Food Network’s ‘the Great Food Truck Race,’ while learning about Hawaii’s culture and cuisine. Try food tastings from Hawaii Plantation Village, a re-created 1900s sugar plantation, and a local poke shop that offers fresh Hawaiian seafood. Try opihi, a prized Hawaiian delicacy; spam musubi, a popular snack and lunch food; warm malasadas (doughnuts), plus mac salad, sticky rice and more.
Explore Vancouver’s oldest neighborhood, and gain insight into Canada’s culinary offerings on this Gastown walking food tour. Listen as your guide—an improv comedian—shares insight on Gastown’s 150-year old Wild West heritage. Learn of the hip urban regeneration now sweeping the district, and experience the area’s vibrant buzz for yourself. Sample delicious food and drinks including Carolina-style, pulled-pork sandwiches, organic ice cream, award-winning cheesecake, Quebec maple-syrup treats, and local craft beer—as you pass by top city attractions.
Go behind the scenes during this guided food tasting tour of San Jose del Cabo, getting an insider’s perspective on Mexico’s top culinary traditions. Groups are kept small, guaranteeing a personalized experience. Stroll the scenic streets on foot, stopping for a taste of spicy fish tacos, creamy desserts, and rich tequilas, as you listen to in-depth commentary on the history and culture of Mexican cuisine.
This walking tour and interactive lunch combo provides a two-in-one experience in Charleston. With a celebrated local chef, Forrest Parker, you'll start with a 1.5-hour historical walking tour about the influences of Lowcountry food in the city of Charleston. Then watch a cooking demonstration from Parker before enjoying lunch paired with wine.
Immerse yourself in French-Canadian history and devour culinary delights on this gourmet food tour of Québec City. Meet your guide in the center of Old Quebec and set out on foot to discover historic sights like Notre-Dame de Quebec Cathedral, Québec City Hall, and Royale Square. Follow your guide to some of the city's top restaurants as you indulge in a 5-course tasting menu that includes organic charcuterie, wine pairings, and a classic flambé prepared right at your table. Group size is limited to 10 for a more personal experience.
Take a leisurely stroll through the Savannah Historic District — and enjoy snacks and drinks — on this walking tour. Together with a local resident of Savannah, visit one of the largest National Historic Landmark Districts in the US. See the historic homes as well as the houses of the South’s most famous generals. Visit the buildings from the war years of the 1860s. Learn about the town’s storied past and make stops at local bars and restaurants for tastings.
Bagels are one of Montreal’s top treats and proudest culinary exports—and this hands-on, small-group cooking class will teach you all the secrets to mastering these tasty, crisp, and chewy delights. Make your own way to the cooking facilities, hosted in a charming, Mile End apartment. With your guide’s instruction, learn all about different flour varieties, how to properly knead the dough, the steps that set bagel-making apart from other breads, and how to top your bagels with your favorite seasoning.
Discover Mexico's authentic food culture and be amazed by how it's changed from pre-hispanic times until the present day. See many of the sites in Centro Historico and admire the architecture, previously named as the 'city of palaces' from the 1800s. Learn about the history of Centro, Benito Juarez, and Mexican food culture by indulging in many Mexican delights including, Wines, Beers, pulque, Elote, national meats, cheeses, prehispanic foods, mescal, mole, Clayuda, and more, whilst discovering hidden gourmet food and drink gems.
Get the chance to explore the most famous and vibrant food market in Mexico City, its origin dates back over 500 years ago.
Guests cannot eat and drink what's on offer, food options depend on the pace and appetites of the guests. We haven't had a complaint yet! All guests say this event goes above and beyond expectations! Join us for an unforgettable experience!
Get a taste of the culinary renaissance in Colonia Roma, a district just west of Mexico City’s Historical Centre, on this half-day food walking tour. This formerly European enclave lined with mansions is now a bohemian hub home to the trendiest eateries, shops and bars. Samples to enjoy may include tasty fish tacos, Oaxaca and French cuisine, and mescal during stops at a bistro, microbrewery, a coffeehouse and more. Along the way, learn about the neighborhood’s history and development into one of Mexico City’s hottest dining spots.