Saboree los sabores de Chicago, la "Ciudad de los Barrios", en una visita guiada de comida étnica. Esta aventura de 3.5 horas explora dos de los barrios más diversos de Chicago: Argyle y Andersonville en el lado norte de la ciudad. Pruebe siete tipos de alimentos diferentes, visite lugares emblemáticos y aprenda sobre la historia y la cultura locales.
Realice un recorrido gastronómico a pie en el lado norte de Chicago
Disfrute de una variedad de degustaciones en restaurantes locales
Deténgase en algunas de las ubicaciones más populares de la ciudad
Aprende sobre la historia local, cultura y arquitectura
El pequeño grupo asegura una experiencia personalizada
Este recorrido de 3.5 horas comienza en el vecindario Little Saigon de Chicago, lleno de restaurantes vietnamitas, panaderías, tiendas y mercados. Viaje a través de Uptown histórico al antiguo barrio sueco, que ahora es una mezcla moderna de mercados étnicos, restaurantes de moda, florecientes tiendas de antigüedades y muchas empresas de propiedad independiente.
Durante la caminata de 1.5 millas a través de dos barrios históricos nacionales emblemáticos - Argyle y Andersonville - muestras de alimentos como sándwiches banh mi vietnamita y café helado; Albóndigas suecas y panqueques con salsa de arándanos rojos; Glögg sueco (debe tener 21 años o más); Bizcochos y galletas Scandanavian; y el pastel mexicano de tres leches. Además, disfrute de una degustación de especias del Medio Oriente con hummus recién hecho y una pita, más un aceite de oliva privado y una degustación de vinagre balsámico.
Opiniones del viajero en Viator
, oct 2017
Our Argyle and Andersonville food tour was exceptional. Phyllis was very knowledgeable and personable. We enjoyed the choice of food locations and the unique activity at Nha Hang Viet Nam roll your own summer roll! It was fun learning Swedish history in Andersonville and our stop at the Middle East Bakery was fantastic. We have been on many food tours in Chicago and New York City and Phyllis is one of the best!
This was a fun and informative food tour. I tried foods I've never had before. Phyllis was great! Small group walking food tour that involved me and my 4 sisters and a couple celebrating their anniversary. The tour started at a small Vietnamese family owned restaurant, Nha Hang Viet Nam. The owners were very friendly and the food was very good. The 2nd Vietnamese restaurant we visited was Ba Le Sandwiches where we tried Banh Mi sandwich. We then walked to Andersonville area and stopped at a Swedish Tavern, Simon's where we had samplings of swedish pancakes, meatballs and pickled herring. The pancakes and meatballs were very good but I have to admit, not a fan of the pickled herring. The Middle East Bakery had a variety of spices and food fare for purchase. We sampled hummus and individual spices. The hummus was some of the best I've ever tasted! The final stop was at First Slice Pie Cafe where we had a slice of apple pie. All along the way, Phyllis was telling us about the history of the Argyle and Andersonville areas as well as the history of the restaurants. This was a casual tour that was not rushed so felt we could really take our time with the experience. I really enjoyed this tour and am looking forward to another.
A really wonderful tour that I would do again in a heartbeat. Phyllis was such a delight to be with and her incredible knowledge of the area was fascinating. Tons of details and stories about the history of buildings, foods, and Chicago in general. The food was delicious and being a Chicago resident for 8 years it was all places I have never been. Portions were perfect and you go to 7 stops! I would highly recommend this tour to anyone.
This tour lived up to it's name with and Intimate 3 1/2 hour tour highlighting several ethnic restaurants and bakeries in a very diverse and lively Chicago neighborhood. Our culinary-trained guide Phyllis not only knew where to find great food - she was a friend and resident within the community - respected among her peers and proud of its history. Our small group of 6 received very personalized attention, and were fed royally while strolling a wonderful area right off the RED LINE.
My friends and I had a blast on this walking tour with Phyllis. We wanted a way to see some parts of Chicago we otherwise would not have ventured. We also wanted an experience beyond chicago style pizza and hot dogs, which are great, but Chicago offers so much more. If you're a foodie, this is the tour to take. We made 7 stops, tried a variety of ethnicities, enjoyed the scenery and knowledgable tour of the area. We were exhausted by the time we finished, and took Phyllis' advice and ended the afternoon at the Green Mill enjoying some jazz and inexpensive drinks at the old Al Capone hang-out. This was truly one of the bests things we have done on a trip and wouldn't hesitate to do it again. An absolute must for all foodies!!!
We had a great walking tour with plenty to eat! Phyllis is kind and helpful, and has done her homework to explain the history of the eateries and some other interesting places along the way. Delicious and fun way to spend an early afternoon!