• Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Duration: 3 hours (approx.)
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Sample big flavors and small bites on a 3-hour evening food tour of the Las Vegas Strip, and explore one of America’s most vibrant culinary destinations. Get an insider’s glimpse of the gourmet scene as you follow your guide to a series of restaurants in the heart of the city. Hear how an edgy group of young, A-list chefs has transformed Las Vegas’ food as you enjoy a constantly-evolving menu of plates from around the world, with VIP service and immediate seating in some of the city’s hottest restaurants.


  • 3-hour walking food tour of the Las Vegas Strip for true gourmands
  • Visit five restaurants to sample gourmet food at both hard-to-get-into hotspots and little-known gems
  • Taste buzz-worthy signature dishes, prepared by award-winning chefs
  • Hear interesting anecdotes and fun facts that only a local guide can share
  • Enjoy VIP service with skip-the-line, no-reservation-needed seating

What You Can Expect

Las Vegas Strip Evening Food Tour

Las Vegas Strip Evening Food Tour

Customer Reviews

Craig S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

Delicious food. Exciting restaurants. Knowledgeable tour guide. Certainly among the most fun, memorable, and unique experiences to be had in Vegas. I'm not a person to get awe-struck by seeing celebrities in public, but it was cool seeing Brad Garrett at Milos.

Barbara P

4 star rating: Recommended February 2018

The entire experience was great. Our guide was welcoming,knowledgeable, and fun. We visited a nice variety of excellent restaurants, the samplings were presented well and all were very good. It was a most enjoyable way to spend an evening in Vegas, even if you do not consider yourself a foodie.

Andrea W

3 star rating: Worth doing May 2017

The food/restaurant choices were great, the guide was knowledgeable and personable, and there wasn't too much walking.
However, if you are not a drinker reconsider since by the third restaurant after the absinthe at the second restaurant most of the group had overindulged and were plastered. Since I don't drink alcohol, I was uncomfortable with the sloppy drunkeness, and it affected my enjoyment of the last half of the tour. Perhaps the tour shouldn't offer the drink package which encourages the diner to drink four to five drinks in less than two hours! We also were funneled into a sales pitch at the end for antique eyewear, which I found to be tedious and inappropriate.

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