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Columbus Commons, 160 S. High Street, OH

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Columbus Food Truck Festival

Weekly Tour Photography Winners (Updated)

by kylelong @ UnTour Food Tours

Share the foodie photo love. We invite our guests to upload their photos from their food tour on social media (Instagram @UnTourFoodTour FB: UnTourFoodTours or on WeChat moments and we’ll choose our weekly favorite to send a free tour voucher. Finally, a real reason to take photos of your food. See below for all of

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How to Pitch a Story in The Food Tourism Industry

by foodtourpros @ Food Tour Pros

‘Newspapers B&W (4)‘ by Jon S, via Flickr, CC BY 2.0 This month we’re digging into some of the tips we learned at the first Global Food Tourism Conference, covering some of the press tips shared by Akila McConnell, Owner of Atlanta Food Walks and freelance travel/food writer. If you were lucky enough to attend […]

Foods of New York Tours - The Top Rated Food Tours in NYC

Foods of New York Tours - The Top Rated Food Tours in NYC


Foods of NY Tours

NYC's original and #1 rated food tours. Indulge in New York City's most delicious & historic neighborhoods. It's so much more than just a food tour!

Why VICs, Activity Desks and Other Local Distributors Deserve Your Tour Company’s Attention

by Nissa Campbell @ Rezgo

When you transition to online bookings, the offline world of tour distribution starts to look a little dull in comparison. After all, you have a website, you’ve optimized your tours for search, you’re active on social media, and most travelers are booking online. So why bother with local distribution centers at all? But when you […]

Rosé Piscine, The French Rosé Made To Be Served Over Ice, Arrives In South Florida

by debbie stoeva @ Miami Culinary Tours

With a seductive aroma and unique flavor profile, this French rosé is perfect from beach to table Rosé Piscine, the original still rosé specifically made to drink over ice, has found its way to South Florida. Recently launched onto the U.S. market, Rosé Piscine is well established in France and Brazil, in which markets close […]

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Lindsey

by bulldogadmin @ Bulldog Tours

Our resident office comedian is from Greer SC and the proud parent of three fur babies. Her biggest claim to fame is that her nieces and nephews love her the most! FYI – that’s the Morris Island Lighthouse she has between her fingers.

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Food Tours | Visit Seattle

Food Tours | Visit Seattle


Visit Seattle

Welcome to the official VisitSeattle.org site. Read our page about Food Tours to see what makes Seattle such an exciting urban city.

☼ HOW TO STAY WARM IN LONDON ☼

by admin @ Hawaii Food Tours®

For most of my life, being the food-loving (okay, food-obsessed) guy I am, when I’d come walking into a restaurant, if the owner saw me, he’d know that a lot of food would be consumed, ergo, that he was going to have a good night, dollar-wise. If it was a buffet place, oh dear, I […]

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September Spotlight on Belle’s Cafe and Ellie’s Bakery

by Emma Sullivan @ Rhode Island RED Food Tours

Rhode Island’s cafes and bakeries are perfect for everything from a quick cup of coffee to weekend brunch. Belle’s Cafe in Newport and Ellie’s Bakery in Providence are two of our fan-favorite food tour stops in Newport and in Providence. Belle’s Cafe

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7 Foodie Things to do in Madrid for FITUR 2018 Attendees

by Lauren Aloise @ Devour Madrid

Here in Madrid, we are lucky to host FITUR — one of Europe’s largest International Tourism Trade Fairs. FITUR attendees come from all around the world to set up their beautiful booths during this five-day event. When is FITUR in 2018? The 2018 FITUR dates are the 17-21 of January. The 17, 18 and 19 […]

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Durham Walking Tour

by admin @ Taste Carolina Gourmet Food Tours

Durham tours are scheduled for every Saturday, all year ’round. The 1:45 and 3:15 tours take similar routes through downtown, […]

Chapel Hill/ Carrboro Walking Tours

by Lesley Stracks @ Taste Carolina Gourmet Food Tours

Go behind the scenes of Chapel Hill and Carrboro restaurants and its renowned farmers’ market (11am tour) to experience where […]

Etaru Hallandale Launches Sundowner Menu

by debbie stoeva @ Miami Culinary Tours

Considered one of South Florida’s hottest new restaurants since opening in late August 2017, ETARU Hallandale is now offering a Happy Hour menu at the oceanfront-dining destination; the perfect hangout post-work or after a lazy day on the beach. Now live every day from 5:30 to 7:30 PM, visitors to ETARU can enjoy specially priced […]

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Gordon

by bulldogadmin @ Bulldog Tours

Gordon became a licensed Tour Guide here in Charleston after years of ridicule from his family for providing a running commentary on the historical Information and odd facts of whatever place they were visiting. He now gets paid to share his wisdom as one of the best ghost and history tour guides in town. He … Continue reading Gordon

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Lauren

by bulldogadmin @ Bulldog Tours

A native of the Lowcountry, Lauren operates her own unauthorized private zoo with rescued animals from all over Charleston. At any given time you can find numerous dogs, cats, birds, turtles, chickens, possums, horses, or raccoons at her house. She is currently a student at the College of Charleston but will soon be a student … Continue reading Lauren

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Tapas Tour in Granada: the best places to pamper your palate

by Spain Food Sherpas @ Spain Food Sherpas

We go to Granada to learn some secrets of its cuisine from the hand of Spain Food Sherpas. We try organic olive oils, natural wines, tropical fruits, haute cuisine snacks, La Alpujarra ham and, of course, homemade piononos while we get to know a little more about the history of this city.

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What to do at Christmas in Malaga – From a local point of view

by Spain Food Sherpas @ Spain Food Sherpas

Every year around time we feel we should share a series of recommendations about attractions, activities and what we like to do this time of year in our city. It’s said and done, in this post we have tried to collect all the experiences that we think are worthwhile to be enjoyed in Malaga

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Sardines in Malaga – In Search of the “Best Espeto”

by Spain Food Sherpas @ Spain Food Sherpas

The months without an ‘R’ in them are starting, and we travel south on the search for sardines. Malaga welcomes us with a gift in the shape of fish: prepare yourself to lick your fingers and discover the taste of the Mediterranean thanks to the ‘espetos’. Come on, we’re leaving. Never have six sardines

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10 Things to Do While You’re in Chicago for GFTC

by foodtourpros @ Food Tour Pros

Next month we’re holding the first Global Food Tourism Conference in Chicago, and if you’re one of the many marketers, business owners and operators, or vendors headed to Chicago for the event, you may be looking for additional fun activities to do while you’re in town. Below are some of our favorite ideas for you […]

Winston-Salem Walking Tour

by Lesley Stracks @ Taste Carolina Gourmet Food Tours

Thriving business, arts and music communities, amazing architecture, and fantastic restaurants define downtown Winston-Salem. But it’s the friendliness of the […]

The Real Rainbow Row LGBT Tour

by bulldogadmin @ Bulldog Tours

“The Real Rainbow Row” walking tour is a FABULOUS two-hour interactive exploration of Charleston's rich, gay history and current LGBTQ community.

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The best cocktail bars in Florence

by Rob Newsome @ Eating Italy Food Tours

Italy travel tip shared by Rob Newsome

There are some cities that just scream: “have a cocktail!” and as far as we’re concerned Florence is definitely one of them. You’ll have plenty packed in to your time here with so much art and culture to take in, not to mention all the shopping on offer, so it only seems right to spend an […]

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Gotta End This Writer’s Block

by admin @ Hawaii Food Tours®

I honestly cannot remember the last time I went into a supermarket with one thing on my mind, and one thing only, cantaloupe. There wasn’t one in sight. I was dumb-founded, flummoxed and slightly amused/upset. (I did allow this to bother me the entire night, though). Okay, there goes the writer’s block. I am back, […]

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Poogan’s Smokehouse

by charlestonfoodadmin @ Charleston Food Tours

Poogan’s Smokehouse has a warm vibe with bright strings of bulbs and soft bluegrass resonating in the background. The ambiance is laidback, but the service is top-notch. Try their smokehouse BBQ, fried okra, pork rinds, their fried chicken and of … Read More

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5 Best Things To Do In Orlando North

by Sanford Food Tours @ Sanford Food Tours

5 Best Things To Do In Orlando North (Seminole County) If you’re searching for adventures outside the theme parks, we’ve discovered some hidden gems that only the locals know. Following is our list of the 5 best things to do in Orlando North! St. John’s Rivership Company – From its home port on Lake Monroe in charming […]

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New Tour Celebrates History of Old Town Scottsdale

by tgranger16 @ Taste It Tours

Are two of your New Years resolutions to exercise more and become more well-informed? If so, then Taste It Tours new “Sweet History Tour” is the perfect way to ring in the new year. Available on Monday, Thursday and Saturday at 12:30pm, A Sweet History Tour mixes in 90 minutes of walking and learning about Old

Food Tours of Charleston, SC | Bulldog Tours

Food Tours of Charleston, SC | Bulldog Tours


Bulldog Tours

Charleston food tours provide an exclusive culinary adventure where you will experience Charleston's distinctive food and warm hospitality.

Eat with a friend at the restaurants on Catalina Island

by Sherri Cline @ Taste of Catalina Food Tours

Every once in a while the calendar of “official” days comes up with a day that should happen every day (we’re looking at you National Margarita Day). Here at Taste of Catalina Food Tours, we think that Eat With a Friend Day

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Perfect summer outings for your company or private group

by corey @ Salem Food Tours

  Let us whip up your #summer outing! Perfect for corporate or private groups. Walking tours and trolleys available. Contact us. Info@SalemFoodTours.com. 

Boost Your Bookings With These 5 Types of Website Analytics

by Nissa Campbell @ Rezgo

Your website is an important part of your business, especially when you use an online booking platform for your tours and activities. Knowing how it performs is a vital part of growing your business and your revenue, which is why Rezgo has implemented an analytics dashboard to help you get a better sense of where […]

Molecular Gastronomy at Disfrutar

by admin @ Hawaii Food Tours®

This was not just any Dinner. This was a creative endeavor, an artistic display, a gustatory sleight-of-hand, and more, courtesy of the folks over at Disfrutar, here in Barcelona. The meaning of the Spanish word `Disfrutar’ translates to bask, delight, enjoy, take pleasure in, that kind of thing. It’s a hot, new-ish restaurant that is […]

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Market Square, Knoxville, Tennessee

by SethResler @ Taste Trekkers - maps

Food Truck Row

Lowcountry Bistro

by charlestonfoodadmin @ Charleston Food Tours

If you enjoy the farm to table theme, then Lowcountry Bistro is your place! They combine both modern and traditional styles of cooking into every meal. Located right in the market area off of State Street, Lowcountry Bistro will give … Read More

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5 Tips for Effective Corporate Team Building

by tgranger16 @ Taste It Tours

How much does your company spend internally on employee retention and engagement? If the answer is “zero,” here’s a few facts (courtesy of officevibe.com) that may change your perspective: Companies with engaged employees report 2.5x higher revenues than competitors with disengaged employees. Engaged employees are 87 percent less likely to leave their companies than disengaged

Celebrate Mexican Independence in Puerto Vallarta

by paul @ Puerto Vallarta Food Tours

September 16th, Mexican Independence Day, is a day of celebration, cultural pride and overall revelry.  The celebration officially kicks off a bit before midnight on September 15th with the grito, or cry, ushering in the festivities.  Meant to symbolize the moment in 1810 that Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, a Catholic priest, declared independence from Spain in Dolores, Guanajuato (now Dolores de Hidalgo), […]

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Can’t Miss Culinary Tours of the Southeast

by Bulldog @ Charleston Food Tours

The South East is an amazing place and every state has its own unique culinary history and iconic foods. Read More

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48 Hours in Madrid: What to See, Do and Eat

by Lindsey Zimmerman @ Devour Madrid

Spain’s colorful capital is packed with things to do, but what if you only have two days? A short weekend break in Madrid is a great way to get a feel for the city and its way of life. It’s an easily walkable city, but also served by an impeccable public transportation system. This makes […]

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2017 Ultimate Lil Rhody Gift Giving Guide for Last Minute Shoppers

by Emma Sullivan @ Rhode Island RED Food Tours

Start your holiday shopping off on the right foot. Our Ultimate Lil Rhody Gift Giving Guide has everything you need and more! Get your shopping done and enjoy the rest of the season. We’ve got your stocking stuffers covered, gift ideas for

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That’s Spicy!

by admin @ Hawaii Food Tours®

Recently I was asked to be the third judge at a chili cook-off because no one else wanted to do it. The original third judge called in sick at the last moment and I happened to be standing there at the judge’s table asking directions to the beer wagon when the call came. I was […]

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Roasted Chicken Goodness

by Cristy Lenz @ Food Tours Atlanta

There is nothing more comforting to me than a roasted chicken. It’s one of my favorite meals. I crank up the oven and place the washed and thoroughly dried chicken in a cast iron skillet and wait for the crispy, salty goodness to cook. Once it’s brown and crispylicious I take it out of the oven, remove the chicken and deglaze the pan with whatever white wine I’m currently consuming. To cook chicken properly you have to drink wine while it’s in the oven. AmIright? Once the pan is deglazed...

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One of the Top 20 Tour Experiences in Atlanta!

by Cristy Lenz @ Food Tours Atlanta

Food Tours Atlanta has been named one of the top 20 tours in the Atlanta area by Expertise.com. In the article they say “Food Tours Atlanta is a local tour company located in the city of Atlanta, GA. This company offers walking food tours in the city’s most popular food districts. Guests have the option of joining various tours such as the Ponce City Market Food Tour, and the Inman Park Food Tour, or they can book private and corporate events. Food Tours Atlanta invites visitors to join their tours...

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Durham Walking Tour

by admin @ Taste Carolina Gourmet Food Tours

Durham tours are scheduled for every Saturday, all year ’round. The 1:45 and 3:15 tours take similar routes through downtown, […]

How to Make the Perfect Negroni – and its History

by Rob Newsome @ Eating Italy Food Tours

Italy travel tip shared by Rob Newsome

Equal parts gin, Campari and sweet vermouth, stirred and served over ice with a twist of orange peel – the Negroni may be an uncomplicated cocktail but its perfect balance of flavors make it a firm favorite the world over. But where did it all start for this delicious drink? History of the Negroni Although […]

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Historic Hillsborough Walking Tour

by Lesley Stracks @ Taste Carolina Gourmet Food Tours

Historic Hillsborough boasts Southern charm, 18th and 19th century architecture, and a vibrant literary and artistic scene. It is also […]

Welcome!

by Webmaster @ Asheville Food Tours

Welcome to Asheville Food Tours, a unique tour experience. Pricing is only $39 per person...space is limited, so make your reservation today!

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The Great Holiday of “Day of the Dead”

by Erik Reinecke @ Puerto Vallarta Food Tours

Mexico’s Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is cause for celebration, a time when families pay tribute to beloved members of their families that have passed away.  Taking place over two days – November 1st and 2nd – families congregate, create altars in homage and make ofrendas, or offerings to their deceased. […]

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Florence’s Best Panini

by Amanda Clark @ Eating Italy Food Tours

Italy travel tip shared by Amanda Clark

You can get a good sandwich almost anywhere, but many say that Florence is home to the world’s greatest sandwiches – or as they’re called in Italy, “panini”. The reason Florence’s panini game is so strong is because the Italians follow the quality over quantity ethos when it comes to making sandwiches. Every component is […]

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Puerto Vallarta Cultural Walking Food Tours

Puerto Vallarta Cultural Walking Food Tours


Puerto Vallarta Food Tours

Our fabulous food and drink tours offer a local’s view into Mexican culture through its delicious food and history.

Pil Pil Cod Recipe – Bacalo al Pil Pil

by Spain Food Sherpas @ Spain Food Sherpas

Ingredients: One piece of desalted cod per person One clove of garlic per piece of cod Cayenne pepper to your liking 2 garlic cloves Extra virgin olive oil Prep: 10 min Cook: 20 min Yield: 2-4 servings Preparation: Heat up the clay pot (or pan) and add

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British Tourists looking for local tours

by Sanford Food Tours @ Sanford Food Tours

Many British visitors will know the name but they may well not have seen the actual town, and that’s where Sanford Food Tours come in. Here’s where you can learn about central Florida history PD (Pre-Disney) AND discover some great tastes of the area. Read the entire article here

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Pre-fixes and Pie – A Guide to Thanksgiving in NYC

by Foods of NY Staff @ Foods of NY Tours

Are you coming to NYC for the Thanksgiving holiday? We think that's a great idea! The parade, the Central Park fall foliage, the FOOD! Below are some of our top picks for Thanksgiving Day feasts - mostly pre-fixe menus with one takeout option thrown in (mess-free, stress-free holiday!). Need to bring something to a [...]

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Wilmington Tours

by Lesley Stracks @ Taste Carolina Gourmet Food Tours

Historic, downtown Wilmington is lined with eclectic restaurants…. a foodie’s dream! Come explore the Port City on a 2:30 or […]

Sustainability Resources for Your Tour or Activities Company

by Nissa Campbell @ Rezgo

Let’s be honest. Embedding sustainability in all your business practices is challenging. All the companies we mention in our guide to sustainable business practices have stumbled at times. In many cases, they enacted the changes that led to their reputations for corporate responsibility because they messed up, or to make up for the damage they […]

Our 7 Favorite Breakfast Spots in Puerto Vallarta

by paul @ Puerto Vallarta Food Tours

We don’t mean to nag but…we all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Agreed? But seriously, how many of us overlook this, opting for a quick bite before we shuttle about our day. Here in Puerto Vallarta, with so many amazing breakfast options, there is not excuse to skip breakfast. […]

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Where to Eat in Madrid on Sundays: Our 5 Top Picks

by Lindsey Zimmerman @ Devour Madrid

In Madrid, Sundays are for relaxing, unwinding and eating delicious food! Many madrileños spend Sundays at home with their families, enjoying a long, leisurely lunch and plenty of conversation. However, there are still plenty who prefer to get out and spend the day in town. If you’re visiting the city, finding out where to eat in Madrid […]

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Experiencing the Culinary Wonders of Hot Stove Society

by Erin Brown @ Visit Seattle

Is there anything more magical than a delicious slice of pizza? Probably not – especially when it’s hand-crafted …

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Taste It Tours Releases Summer Schedule

by tgranger16 @ Taste It Tours

For the first time in company history, Taste It Tours will be running food tours during the summer to ensure guests can enjoy year-round food tours in the Phoenix Valley. Food tours will be offered Friday and Saturday nights, as well as Sunday morning. Here is the tour schedule starting June 1 (please visit the

315 Harborside Boulevard, Providence, RI

by SethResler @ Taste Trekkers - maps

Culinary Arts Museum

Madrid for Kids: Our Complete Family Friendly Guide

by Lindsey Zimmerman @ Devour Madrid

With its beautiful weather, stunning monuments and family-friendly Spanish culture, Madrid is the ideal place for a family vacation. There’s so much to see and do in Spain’s capital that your little ones will adore. From its fascinating history written by kings and queens to the modern day pleasure of churros con chocolate, Madrid will enchant […]

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Taste It Tours Looking for Weekend Tour Guides

by tgranger16 @ Taste It Tours

Are you a people person looking to make some extra cash on the weekends? Do you enjoy learning and educating others? Are you looking to experience the best restaurants in Downtown Phoenix and Old Town Scottsdale? If so, Taste It Tours has a great opportunity for you. We are looking for tour guides to lead

The Food Passport

by Webmaster @ Asheville Food Tours

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How To Write The Perfect Tour Script

by foodtourpros @ Food Tour Pros

The best tour scripts don’t feel as if they’ve been written by anyone at all, but the cruel irony to effortless sounding, entertaining scripts is that they take a lot of hard work to write and develop. Creating, improving and refining your script will be a lengthy process, and one which starts as you begin […]

Global Food Tourism Conference: 6 Questions with Savor Seattle CEO Angela Shen

by foodtourpros @ Food Tour Pros

Angela Shen, CEO and Founder of the award-winning Savor Seattle food tours, will be speaking at the first Global Food Tourism Conference on Oct 19-20 in Chicago, IL. We sat down with Angela for a quick interview on her experience in the food tourism industry. 1. Tell us a little about Savor Seattle Food Tours, […]

☼ Barcelona – A Never-ending, Timeless, Disney-esque Acid-Trip… and Gaudi (not “gawdy”) Architecture

by admin @ Hawaii Food Tours®

Many of you have been to my home (referred to as “The Tree-house”) in Honolulu, but not all of you, yet.  I look forward to meeting and feeding you in the not-too-distant future, though, as soon as it quiets down around here. Point is, for coming up on 5 years now, the guy next door […]

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Chef Benjamin Harris Maintains Excellence

by Theresa @ Charleston Food Tours

Chef Benjamin Harris values fresh ingredients and appreciates the art of letting food speak for itself. Read More

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Follow your bliss…

by Cristy Lenz @ Food Tours Atlanta

“If you do follow your bliss you put yourself on a kind of track that has been there all the while, waiting for you, and the life that you ought to be living is the one you are living. When you can see that, you begin to meet people who are in the field of your bliss, and they open the doors to you. I say, follow your bliss and don’t be afraid, and doors will open where you didn’t know they were going to be.” -Joseph Campbell I read...

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5 Drool-Worthy Thanksgiving Feasts at NYC Restaurants ~ 2017 Edition

by Amy Bandolik @ Foods of NY Tours

Are you visiting NYC for Thanksgiving? Or a local and you're sticking around for Friendsgiving? Maybe you're tired of being the host with the most? (read as: NO cooking for once!) Any reason is a good reason to be in the Big Apple for the holiday. And we’re here to help! Below are our top picks for Thanksgiving Day [...]

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What is Farm-to-Table?

by tgranger16 @ Taste It Tours

Foodie Speak is a series where Taste It Tours breaks down a common word in the foodie vocabulary to explain what it means, where it came from and why it’s an important part of keeping your foodie card. Quite possibly the biggest buzzword throughout the restaurant industry in the past five years has been “farm-to-table”

12 November Events in RI Pre-Holiday Rush – Lil Rhody Roundup

by Emma Sullivan @ Rhode Island RED Food Tours

November is here and that means the season for Rhode Island Red Food Tours is coming to an end. Our final day is November 18th, so hurry and get your tickets before it’s too late! In fact, in honor of Thanksgiving and giving

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5 Questions with Keith Fogarty of Celebrate Food Tours in Orlando

by Keith Fogarty @ Taste Trekkers

Keith Fogarty of Celebrate Food Tours talks about the local food scene in Orlando, Florida.

Market Square, Knoxville, Tennessee

by SethResler @ Taste Trekkers - maps

Food Truck Row

Black Friday-Cyber Monday: Get 25% Off Gift Certificates

by jamie @ UnTour Food Tours

UnTour turns SEVEN! It’s holiday time! WE’RE OFFERING 25% OFF ALL SHANGHAI & BEIJING GIFT CARDS! The holiday season is upon us and if UnTour was a child, it would be in that picky eating phase (ugh, the worst). As proud operators of a seven-year-old food tour and big fans of the holiday spirit, we’re offering

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10 Signs That You Are a Newbie in Mexico

by paul @ Puerto Vallarta Food Tours

1. You’re pretty certain the drug lords are just waiting in the bushes to rob/rape/kidnap/kill you. Get over yourself. They aren’t. Yes, that sort of horrific violence still exists in very few, very particular parts of Mexico, none of which your tourist ass is probably going within hundreds of miles of. After visiting Mexico, you […]

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High-Velocity Food Fun!

by admin @ Hawaii Food Tours®

A long time ago, when I was living in Los Angeles, a very funny thing happened, something I’d wager never happened to you. My mom had a sore throat and a bad cold, and was eating Campbell’s Chicken Noodle Soup. We’ve all had it a million times. It’s soothing to think back to our childhood, […]

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Excellent Local restaurants in Granada not to be missed

by Spain Food Sherpas @ Spain Food Sherpas

Our gastronomic route through the capitals of Andalusia takes us to Granada. Here you have our selection of proposals from local chefs, everything including tradition and avant-garde, with passion for gastronomy being common denominator. Chikito Restaurant La Fábula. San Antón, 28 La Fábula was born in 2007 at the

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Q&A With Erin Eubank of Taste of Catalina Food Tours

by foodtourpros @ Food Tour Pros

Welcome to the first in our series of Q&A’s with our Food Tour Pros students and food tour operators from around the world. We’ll be going in-depth to learn about their experience in starting a business and being involved in local tourism. Without further adieu, jump into our first Q&A session with Erin Eubank, owner of […]

A Tour Operator’s Guide to Cultivating Motivation That Lasts

by Nissa Campbell @ Rezgo

Common sense tells us that motivation is easy. If someone does something good, give them a reward. A financial incentive, for example. Then they’ll be motivated to keep doing that good thing. If only that were true. Psychologists have looked at motivation from every angle and keep coming back to one fact: incentives don’t work. […]

Eating Italy Food Tours & Culinary Activities

Eating Italy Food Tours & Culinary Activities


Eating Italy Food Tours

Italy food tours and activities – the #1 top-rated food tours in Rome and Florence. Taste the best of Italy!

UnTour Food Tours Eats Beijing Chestnuts with CBS Sunday Morning

by jamie @ UnTour Food Tours

UnTour Beijing City Manager and tour guide extraordinaire Chang Qian joined Ben Tracy of CBS Sunday Morning’s Postcard from China to explore one of our all-time favorite winter snacks: chestnuts! On this special chestnut food tour, Chang took the CBS crew to one of Beijing’s most famous chestnut stops. Daily queues are long, but it’s

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Sanford Food Tours Designated a MUST DO by The Orlando Date Night Guide

by Sanford Food Tours @ Sanford Food Tours

Leading Orlando blog site “The Orlando Date Night Guide” has designated Sanford Food Tour as a MUST DO. Blogger Kristen Manieri participated in a recent walking tour and noted that the tour even rivaled similar more well know tours in Nashville. Read the entire blog here.

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Malaga Food Tours · A day on the town for foodies

Malaga Food Tours · A day on the town for foodies


Spain Food Sherpas

Join our Malaga Food Tours for a slice of Malaga you’ll never forget. Intimate walking tours to experience the city like a local in a fun and delicious way.

Popular Things to do in Malaga this year

by Spain Food Sherpas @ Spain Food Sherpas

Malaga is alive. Both the capital and the province demonstrate that each year with a wide variety of activities ranging from gastronomy to movies, traditions, music, folklore or summer “moragas”, festivals at the beach. In Spain Food Sherpas we chose some popular things to do in Malaga this year.They may not be the most important

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24 Unique Things to Do in Florence

by Amanda Clark @ Eating Italy Food Tours

Italy travel tip shared by Amanda Clark

Being a tourist is great and all but once you’ve stood in line at the Uffizi, taken selfies at the Duomo and eaten one too many slices of mediocre pizza, you’ll be craving some insider knowledge and dying to venture off the beaten path! A good way to start experiencing Florence like a local is by […]

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Sweet Tooth Indulged

by Cristy Lenz @ Food Tours Atlanta

Sweets I don’t venture out of my neighborhood of Inman Park to often, but the other day I was in Oakhurst, a neighborhood in nearby Decatur, and I went to Sugar Moon Bake Shop. If you know me you know I have a huge sweet tooth, but that I’m picky about my sweets. I like sugar to play a role but not be the star. Sugar should be used thoughtfully. This is a tricky balance for bakers. It’s even harder when you’re making caramel cake. Caramel is, after all, sugar,...

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A Tale of Two Cities Food Tours: Atlanta

by Cristy Lenz @ Food Tours Atlanta

Food Tours Atlanta is thrilled award-winning food writer, Carolyn O’Neil joined our tour. You can read about her experience here.

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13 Fun Festivities to Get You in the Holiday Spirit – December Lil Rhody Round-Up

by Emma Sullivan @ Rhode Island RED Food Tours

Feel a tingle in your toes, smell that pine in the air, and a rumble in your tummy for something sweet. The Holidays are upon us! It’s the most joyful time of year, but it’s also the busiest. Take some time to

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Top 10 Travel Tips for Visiting Europe in 2017

by Vicky Hampton @ Eating Europe Tours

This European travel tip and story was shared by Vicky Hampton

Travel can be rewarding, fascinating, educational… but also sometimes a little daunting! Especially if you’re visiting from another continent. We’re here to make your life that little bit simpler (and to give you a little extra peace of mind) by sharing our top travel tips for visiting Europe this year. See you soon! 1. Monitor […]

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A New Culinary Adventure: The Vatican Area Tour for Foodies

by Amanda Clark @ Eating Italy Food Tours

Italy travel tip shared by Amanda Clark

Pretty much everyone who visits Rome should at some point head to Vatican City to see St. Peter’s Basilica, the Sistine Chapel and the world-famous museums housing the Raphael Rooms, and sculptures like the Apollo Belvedere and Laocoön and His Sons. The jaw-dropping art collection and immaculate Renaissance architecture are not to be missed! Before […]

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Taste of the Lowcountry Tour

by bulldogadmin @ Bulldog Tours

Join as we take an exclusive look at a local culinary institution, the brains behind the ever-evolving restaurant scene in Charleston. Using locally-sourced products, the chef will create a culinary masterpiece filled with seasonal flavors to fulfill your palate.

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Catalina Buzz — January

by Sherri Cline @ Taste of Catalina Food Tours

Although the days when Catalina Island closed for the winter are long gone, there’s no denying that January is the antithesis of July as far as the sheer numbers of people on the island. For those of us who live here as

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Meghan On The Move reviews our tour.

by Sanford Food Tours @ Sanford Food Tours

Local Love: Sanford Food Tours A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to try out Sanford Food Tours. Having lived in Sanford for a few years, I was excited to go back and see what was included on this food tour. Downtown Sanford has grown a lot since I left and it is definitely […]

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Raleigh Walking Tours

by admin @ Taste Carolina Gourmet Food Tours

Please note: All tours begin on historic Fayetteville Street near the Capitol – except for Raleigh’s Roots. There are two […]

The Darling Oyster Bar Adds More Flair to Upper King

by Theresa @ Charleston Food Tours

For raw oysters with a touch of class, visit The Darling Oyster Bar on Upper King Street. Read More

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5 Easy Ways to Fill Your Tour Company Blog Calendar

by foodtourpros @ Food Tour Pros

Image Source: ‘Business Calendar & Schedule‘ by Flickr user photosteve101 under CC BY 2.0. By this point if you own a tour company or tour business, are just starting out or planning to launch a new business soon you’ve been hammered by the idea that you need a blog. While this isn’t necessarily true for […]

Food Tours Atlanta Successful Launch

by Cristy Lenz @ Food Tours Atlanta

Atlanta Food Tours successfully completed our soft launch this past weekend. It was so exciting to have people come out and experience the walking food tour!

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5 Questions with Laila Hassaballa of Bellies En-Route in Egypt

by Laila Hassaballa @ Taste Trekkers

Laila Hassaballa of the food tour company Bellies En-Route talks about the food scene in Egypt.

Market Square, Knoxville, Tennessee

by SethResler @ Taste Trekkers - maps

Food Truck Row

Hike China – Beijing & Hangzhou Hiking Plans & Tips

by kylelong @ UnTour Food Tours

Hiking in China – What to know Touring China does not have to be all ancient temples, museums and big cities. When you’re traveling in the world’s most populous country, it takes a bit of effort to avoid the crowds – why not add a little adventure to the effort and a day or two

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Hawaii Food Tours® - Voted Best Food & Drink Tours in Hawaii Several Years in a Row!!

Hawaii Food Tours® - Voted Best Food & Drink Tours in Hawaii Several Years in a Row!!


Hawaii Food Tours®

Voted Best Food & Drink Tours in Hawaii Several Years in a Row!!

Taste It Tours Named One of 16 Best Vacation Options in Phoenix

by tgranger16 @ Taste It Tours

VacationIdea online magazine released a list of 16 suggested attractions for visitors to Phoenix, and Taste It Tours made the list as one of two guided tours. The list includes everything from museums to restaurants to hiking Camelback Mountain, and 2015 is the first year Taste It Tours was featured. Other selections in Downtown Phoenix

The World’s Favorite Pasta Shapes – A Guide for Pasta Lovers

by Amanda Clark @ Eating Italy Food Tours

Italy travel tip shared by Amanda Clark

Delicious dinnertime staple and favorite among kids and adults alike – pasta is a cultural phenomenon. It’s so popular that World Pasta Day is celebrated on the 25th of October each year! Done well, it can be one of the most delicious and comforting meals in the world. And as well as being a source of […]

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Market Square, Knoxville, Tennessee

by SethResler @ Taste Trekkers - maps

Food Truck Row

Top 10 Things to do in Puerto Vallarta

by paul @ Puerto Vallarta Food Tours

What to do in Puerto Vallarta? Where do we start…  1. The Art of Doing Nothing: Just relax with cold cerveza and enjoy the sunset! Puerto Vallarta is full of places to do this, but our go-to spot is El Solar. 2. Deep-sea Fishing: Puerto Vallarta’s Banderas Bay is a world-renowned destination for deep-sea fishing enthusiast. If you’re looking […]

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315 Harborside Boulevard, Providence, RI

by SethResler @ Taste Trekkers - maps

Culinary Arts Museum

Second-Act Careers Are The New First Careers

by foodtourpros @ Food Tour Pros

Here at Food Tour Pros we encounter a lot of new business owners each year in our Courses. A variety of people come to us to start their food tours, including men, women and couples young and old. Among the the group though, we’ve realized that people are increasingly starting Food Tour Businesses as Second […]

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Weekly specials at Forte dei Marmi

by debbie stoeva @ Miami Culinary Tours

Forte dei Marmi TARA, Ink. Mediterranean Raw Fish Bar Forte dei Marmi’s new ‘Mediterranean Raw Fish Bar’ will be served daily with experiences to include a “Mediterranean” Ricciola Carpaccio with crunchy vegetables, lemon sauce and Himalayan salt, “Mediterranean” Fresh Catch of the Day Tris of Tartare, Sicilian Red Prawns Carpaccio with avocado, red onion, blueberry […]

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Almost Spring!

by Karen @ Salem Food Tours

Almost Spring! Colorful and delicious bites popping up all over Salem. Shown here: Tour Partner Caramel Patisserie, carries a variety of delicious macaron flavors such as vanilla, chocolate, almond, pistachio, lemon, raspberry, salted caramel and early grey, as well as seasonal […]

WHAT I ATE: Meskerem Combo

by Amy Bandolik @ Foods of NY Tours

WHAT I ATE: Meskerem Combo and Honey Wine WHY IT'S GREAT: An array of complementing flavors, textures and colors.  WHAT'S ON THE MENU: I had been looking forward to eating at Meskerem forever and now was my chance to experience a piece of their culture through their food. Spices filled the air, clearing my mind and preparing me [...]

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Rochester Minnesota Food Tours -  Eat, Walk, See Rochester

Rochester Minnesota Food Tours - Eat, Walk, See Rochester


Rochester Minnesota Food Tours - Eat, Walk, See Rochester

Our walking tours are a great way to sample delicious cuisine from specialty food stores and restaurants while learning about the people who make them. Not only will we quench your taste buds but you'll also experience the rich history and culture that this Med city has to offer.

Our Gift Certificates make a great holiday gift

by corey @ Salem Food Tours

Perfect holiday gift for the food and wine lover in your life Salem Food Tours make the perfect gift for any occasion – holidays, birthdays, anniversaries, wedding or housewarming gift, and more! Looking for a special excursion for your corporate […]

WHAT I ATE: Sourdough Blueberry Pancakes

by Amy Bandolik @ Foods of NY Tours

WHAT I ATE: Sourdough Blueberry Pancakes WHY IT'S GREAT: The tang of sourdough blends with the sweetness of the blueberry compote to create a perfectly balanced plate of pancakes. WHAT'S ON THE MENU: I love pancakes! I could eat them at any time of the day! In fact, I enjoyed this plate at Bubby’s as part of [...]

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Market Square, Knoxville, Tennessee

by SethResler @ Taste Trekkers - maps

Food Truck Row

The Ultimate Free Guide to Starting a Food Tour Business | Rezgo

The Ultimate Free Guide to Starting a Food Tour Business | Rezgo


Rezgo

Help yourself to the essential guide to starting a food tour and start making extra profit for your tour or activity business today!

As featured on Chronicle

by corey @ Salem Food Tours

Salem Food Tours was delighted to be featured on the award-winning Chronicle news magazine this past spring.  Click here to watch episode.

Foodie Flashcards: Week 3 – Soup Dumplings

by kylelong @ UnTour Food Tours

Hungry to improve your Chinese vocabulary, but don’t know where to dig in? Welcome to our weekly Foodie Flashcard series. Follow along, study these morsels of knowledge, then dig in at your local restaurant to fully digest the information. What is it: One of the region’s most famous dishes, xiaolongbao (or soup dumplings), can be

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8 Things to do in Florence at Night

by Amanda Clark @ Eating Italy Food Tours

Italy travel tip shared by Amanda Clark

With architectural masterpieces at every turn, Florence, on the banks of the Arno river has barely changed since the Renaissance. Brimming with overwhelming beauty, it’s no surprise that entire city is a Unesco World Heritage site. Whether you’re on the search for world-class art or gourmet cuisine, Firenze doesn’t disappoint! Here’s a rundown of the […]

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A better idea for the 12 days of Christmas

by Sherri Cline @ Taste of Catalina Food Tours

Some people’s true loves have too much time and money on their hands. As much fun as it is to be showered with gifts, drumming drummers, leaping lords and milking maids all sound like more trouble than a Christmas present should be.

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Where to Get Your Xiaomi or iPhone Fixed in Shanghai

by kylelong @ UnTour Food Tours

PLUS How to Get Your Phone Fixed Via Wechat So you dropped your Xiaomi or iphone on one of Shanghai’s many marble floors and now the shiny little screen looks like a cracked mirror that will bring you seven years of bad luck? Never fear. There are tons of places around town to get it fixed, but

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4378 Ocean St #3, Atlantic Beach, Florida

by SethResler @ Taste Trekkers - maps

Safe Harbor Seafood

Food Tours Atlanta In the News

by Cristy Lenz @ Food Tours Atlanta

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Catalina Buzz — Holiday season on Catalina Island

by Sherri Cline @ Taste of Catalina Food Tours

Catalina Buzz – December 2017 This holiday season on Catalina Island we’re looking forward to quite a few events – as well as what really matters. The holiday spirit: With all the pressures that go along with the holiday season, it’s easy

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Things to do near El Caminito del Rey

by Spain Food Sherpas @ Spain Food Sherpas

It's been 96 years since King Alfonso XIII named it ‘El Caminito del Rey’ (The king’s trail). This walkway that was once dubbed "the most dangerous path in the world" has become one of the most popular tourist attractions in Spain after its restoration. There's a lot of information about it so we will

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Late Winter/Early Spring Food Tours

by Karen @ Salem Food Tours

So many great additions to Salem’s thriving culinary scene! Join us on a late winter or early spring Food Tour and learn about our newest restaurants, food happenings, and more.  We’ve got March and April dates coming up with spots available. […]

Columbus Commons, 160 S. High Street, OH

by SethResler @ Taste Trekkers - maps

Columbus Food Truck Festival

Top 5 Puerto Vallarta Excursions

by paul @ Puerto Vallarta Food Tours

From relaxing on the golden sand beaches to wandering the historic cobblestone streets, there is no shortage of things to do or sites to see in Puerto Vallarta. (Check out our post, Top 10 Things to do in Puerto Vallarta) But, if you really want to make the most of your time in the state […]

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What is a food tour?

What is a food tour?


Taste Trekkers

Thinking about going on a food tour, but want to know more? Here are the basics: what to expect, what to ask, and what to do.

Guided Tours & Adventures showing off the tastes and fun of Roanoke

Guided Tours & Adventures showing off the tastes and fun of Roanoke


Tour Roanoke

Fun & fascinating guided tours of Roanoke VA. Experience our culture, local food, local breweries, local wineries and more! Convenient weekly tours held year-round.

Cumberland Street Smokehouse

by charlestonfoodadmin @ Charleston Food Tours

This perfect hideaway in downtown Charleston is a great place to enjoy a good cocktail or craft beer. This sports bar has a delectable menu of smoked meats, loaded fries, and ribs. Located right off East Bay Street in the … Read More

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Tapas Tour through Granada’s traditional neighborhood “El Realejo”

by Spain Food Sherpas @ Spain Food Sherpas

We are going to enjoy the gastronomy of Granada through one of the most idiosyncratic neighborhoods of the city while we learn about its history and enjoy the spring sun of the winter. Santo Domingo Square © Nacho Sánchez Yehuda Ben Saul Ibn Tibbon was a Jewish poet, doctor,

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Chapel Hill/ Carrboro Walking Tours

by Lesley Stracks @ Taste Carolina Gourmet Food Tours

Go behind the scenes of Chapel Hill and Carrboro restaurants and its renowned farmers’ market (11am tour) to experience where […]

Andrew

by bulldogadmin @ Bulldog Tours

Andrew is a 13th generation Charlestonian that left his job as a high school history teacher to become a tour guide. By day he is managing Charleston Carriage Works and by night, he’s out giving amazing tours for us here at Bulldog Tours. On days off, he can be found hanging out with his best … Continue reading Andrew

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14 Summery Things To Do This August in Rhode Island – Lil Rhody Roundup

by Emma Sullivan @ Rhode Island RED Food Tours

August is jammed pack, and by that we also mean there is literally a lot of jammin’ going on musically in Rhode Island. Visitors from all over the world flock here for the beaches and lobster rolls. The days are long and

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The Ordinary is Anything But!

by Theresa @ Charleston Food Tours

If you’re exploring Upper King, you’ll come across a beautiful old stately building between Woolfe and Spring streets. Read More

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☼ TONGUE SEDUCTION IN BARCELONA ☼

by admin @ Hawaii Food Tours®

“Eat Barcelona” is my latest catch-phrase. No foodie would argue with me on this. Nor would any night-owl type who happens to love food & drink. Dinnertime here often doesn’t even get going until 9, maybe 10pm. There have been plenty of nights (after a particularly active day of sight-seeing) when we don’t sit down […]

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Where to Find Shanghai’s 2018 Bib Gourmand Cheap Eats Winners

by kylelong @ UnTour Food Tours

Want to Eat Cheaply in Shanghai? Try these 2018 Shanghai Bib Gourmand Winners Looking for Michelin Guide-worthy dining on a budget? The 2018 Bib Gourmand winners represent some of the city’s best casual dining on a budget. With street food stalls rapidly disappearing as the city makes way for new developments, these winners are a

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February Round Up: Tourism Reports, Trends & Insights

by foodtourpros @ Food Tour Pros

In the past month we’ve been keeping up on everything tourism and culinary tourism related, by jumping on every article, news and free report we can. Below we’re going to go through some of what we think is worth checking out from this month. These articles cover everything from trends and stats to industry opinions […]

Toronto Food Tours - Discover Chef Scott's Toronto

Toronto Food Tours - Discover Chef Scott's Toronto


Toronto Food Tours - Discover Chef Scott's Toronto

Discover Chef Scott's Toronto - Toronto Food Tours offers chef-lead, hands-on food and drink tours, classes and corporate events.

Foodie Flashcards: Week 2 – Wontons

by kylelong @ UnTour Food Tours

Hungry to improve your Chinese vocabulary, but don’t know where to dig in? Welcome to our weekly Foodie Flashcard series. Follow along, study these morsels of knowledge, then dig in at your local restaurant to fully digest the information. What is it: Wontons take many forms in China, but are generally first stuffed with pork,

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10 Qualities Every Tour Guide Should Have

by foodtourpros @ Food Tour Pros

Part of running a successful food tour company has nothing to do with business at all, but the people involved. A hugely important aspect of running a business in the tourism sector is having people on your team who will inspire travelers and locals to come back and tell their friends. Thanks to our fantastic […]

Columbus Commons, 160 S. High Street, OH

by SethResler @ Taste Trekkers - maps

Columbus Food Truck Festival

Insider’s Guide to Street Tacos in Puerto Vallarta

by paul @ Puerto Vallarta Food Tours

The taco dates back to the days when Montezuma and the Aztecs ruled Mexico. Tacos’ history is long, rich and a shining bright light in global culinary history.  Aztecs would use corn tortillas as a makeshift spoon, scooping up their food in a delicious rolled up tortilla. For pragmatic reasons, they began wrapping their food in tortillas and […]

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Greensboro Walking Tour

by Lesley Stracks @ Taste Carolina Gourmet Food Tours

Theaters, parks, galleries and restaurants line the historic Elm street area in downtown Greensboro. On this guided tour of the […]

Foodie Flashcards: Week 1 – Hotpot

by kylelong @ UnTour Food Tours

Hungry to improve your Chinese vocabulary, but don’t know where to dig in? Welcome to our weekly Foodie Flashcard series. Follow along, study these morsels of knowledge, then dig in at your local restaurant to fully digest the information. What is it: Sometimes called Chinese fondue, hotpot is a fun DIY meal where diners dip

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Greensboro Walking Tour

by Lesley Stracks @ Taste Carolina Gourmet Food Tours

Theaters, parks, galleries and restaurants line the historic Elm street area in downtown Greensboro. On this guided tour of the […]

Where to Celebrate Burns’ Night across Europe

by Vicky Hampton @ Eating Europe Tours

This European travel tip and story was shared by Vicky Hampton

Burns’ Night: The only celebration that involves speaking in rhyme to a giant sausage. With bagpipes. But seriously: Burns Night is long-standing Scottish celebration that takes place on January 25 (although many parties take place during the closest weekend to the official date) to celebrate the life and work of Scottish poet Robert Burns. Burns’ […]

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Top 7 places for Margaritas in Puerto Vallarta

by paul @ Puerto Vallarta Food Tours

Margaritas are undeniably the most common tequila-based cocktail in the US and worldwide. It’s served shaken, blended and straight up.  So omnipresent in the world of cocktailing that it merits its very own glass. Even though we cannot get enough of this refreshing drink, what do we really know about margarita?  What’s the history behind this famous drink? As with […]

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Peanut Party for Steven Satterfield

by Cristy Lenz @ Food Tours Atlanta

Michael’s Dispatch: #PeanutParty! Peanuts are Georgia’s number one crop, but often play second fiddle to much lauded peach. So, while beloved, the peanut does not often get the attention it deserves. This all changes with Steve Satterfield’s new cookbook, Peanut. In it the humble legume takes the lead. He creates recipes like Peanut Pasta with Broccoli & Peanut Breadcrumbs and Roasted Delicate Squash with Peanut-Sesame Squash it will make you rethink the role of the peanut in each meal. Satterfield is a chef deeply committed to fresh and local ingredients....

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☼ FRIENDS, FOOD, LAUGHTER, AND ALIGOT ☼

by admin @ Hawaii Food Tours®

“Aligot?” “What the heck is aligot?” you ask… It’s, quite simply, something you already love, and similar to something we all aspire to; the cheesiest, creamiest, smoothest and sexiest mashed potatoes of all time. There’s a certain pomp and ceremony, and celebratory gusto, as our Maître D conjures up this most-luscious side-dish served at Ambassade […]

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Summer Blues in Puerto Vallarta

by paul @ Puerto Vallarta Food Tours

The summer in Puerto Vallarta has us moving slower, trying to duck rain showers and running into the OXXO just for their free AC. Anticipating what is traditionally the slowest month of the year, some business shutter their doors for the month of “Septi-hambre”. However, the savviest of locals understand that braving the summer has […]

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Sample Sanford’s Savory Side

by Sanford Food Tours @ Sanford Food Tours

Mix a dash of small-town charm, mouthwatering local tastes, interesting bites of history, and a pinch of spooky ghost stories and you get the perfect recipe for a surprisingly enjoyable afternoon with Sanford Food Tours. Read the entire blog here.

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13 Ways Rhode Island Does Pumpkin

by Emma Sullivan @ Rhode Island RED Food Tours

In honor of pumpkin spice season, we’ve put together a list of 13 drool-worthy pumpkin-flavored delights to try this fall. Use it as your pumpkin spice bucket list or to guide your next foodie adventure.  These sweet and savory treats won’t disappoint.

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7 Very European Food Festivals

by Rob Newsome @ Eating Europe Tours

This European travel tip and story was shared by Rob Newsome

Art, music, architecture – these are just three of the things you might associate with the continent of Europe – but there’s so much more to it than that. (And we’re not talking about literature, language or philosophy either) Let’s look at some of the weird and wonderful things Europeans do with food – it […]

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4378 Ocean St #3, Atlantic Beach, Florida

by SethResler @ Taste Trekkers - maps

Safe Harbor Seafood

Forktown Food Tours | Portland Food Tours

Forktown Food Tours | Portland Food Tours


Forktown Food Tours | Portland Food Tours

Our top-rated 3-hour Portland food tours are designed for food lovers. Our walking tours are a great way to enjoy the best restaurants in Portland, Oregon!

Dani

by charlestonfoodadmin @ Charleston Food Tours

One of my greatest pleasures is introducing visitors and locals to the flavors of Low-Country cuisine and sharing the history of the many cultures which contributed to its flavors. I like to look at our culinary tours as an exploration … Read More

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Top 10 Instagram Posts of 2017

by charlestonfoodadmin @ Charleston Food Tours

We sifted through thousands of posts to compile the 10 Top Instagram Posts from 2017, ranked by the number of likes. Warning: You may need to change your lunch/dinner plans. As an added bonus, you can visit most of these … Read More

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Kiki On The River Kicks Off Season With Miraval Rose Prix Fixe $24.99 Lunch Tuesday – Friday

by debbie stoeva @ Miami Culinary Tours

Drink pink at hot riverfront eatery with lavish three course menu and complimentary glass of Miraval Rose per person every weekday Tuesday Through Friday Kiki on The River kicks off season with a $24.99 prix fixe lunch with a lavish three course menu and a complimentary glass of Miraval Rose per person. Miraval Rose has […]

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5 Foodie Reasons Why Australia and Europe Are the Perfect Match

by Vicky Hampton @ Eating Europe Tours

This European travel tip and story was shared by Vicky Hampton

Australia may be around 14,000 kilometers from Europe, but we’ve got more in common with our friends down under than you might think. And, surprisingly or not, a lot of them have to do with food! For Australia Day on January 26, we’ve rounded up 5 of the foodiest reasons why Europe and Australia are […]

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Beyond Green: How Sustainability Can Be a Core Value for Your Tour Company

by Nissa Campbell @ Rezgo

For many of us, sustainability is no longer just a good idea – it’s a matter of self-preservation. Tourism is hit particularly hard by changes in climate, particularly in regions where weather is a major driver for tourists. Just this summer, a popular ski camp shuttered in Whistler, BC after nearly 30 successful years. As […]

WHAT I ATE: Pork & Preserved Egg Congee

by Amy Bandolik @ Foods of NY Tours

WHAT I ATE: Pork & preserved egg congee (porridge) WHY IT'S GREAT: This meal is cheap and easy. Simplicity with a mouthful of flavor. Smooth, creamy and comforting. Not the New Yorker’s everyday meal, but could easily be - especially in the colder months! WHAT'S ON THE MENU: Step out of Manhattan and into China. [...]

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Columbus Commons, 160 S. High Street, OH

by SethResler @ Taste Trekkers - maps

Columbus Food Truck Festival

Bidding farewell to CC Gallagher on Catalina

by Sherri Cline @ Taste of Catalina Food Tours

The only constant is change and that’s certainly been true on Catalina Island the last few years. This month we’ll be bidding a sad farewell to CC Gallagher. Located in what used to be a Security Pacific bank branch, this unique destination

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New Eating Europe Food Tours for 2017

by Rob Newsome @ Eating Europe Tours

This European travel tip and story was shared by Rob Newsome

Last year we asked our newsletter subscribers for their opinions on our food tours to help us continue to give our guests the tastiest, most enjoyable food experiences Europe has to offer. We then spent some time crunching the numbers and analyzing the words of wisdom to see where we can improve, and spot any […]

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Roosevelt Row Receives “Great Place” Designation

by tgranger16 @ Taste It Tours

Phoenix’s Roosevelt Row received the City’s first ever “great place” designation by the American Planning Association (APA), which recognizes neighborhoods, streets and public spaces that represent the best in architecture, accessibility and community involvement. Only 15 areas were selected from the entire United States for 2015: five neighborhoods, five streets and five public places. Roosevelt

11 Things To Do This September – Lil Rhody Roundup

by Emma Sullivan @ Rhode Island RED Food Tours

We hate to pick favorites, but September may just be our favorite month. It’s not too hot, not too cold. Summer still lingers, but fall is in the air. September is our farewell to summer, so get out and enjoy these 12

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5 Best Places to Eat Near the Vatican

by Amanda Clark @ Eating Italy Food Tours

Italy travel tip shared by Amanda Clark

When you’re set on a day of sightseeing at the Vatican it can be difficult to find a great place to eat authentic, local food amidst a sea of over-priced tourist spots with pushy hosts. Luckily we’re always here to help you avoid the tourist traps! Here’s a run-down of the best places to eat […]

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5 Questions with Yuma Wada of Ninja Food Tours in Tokyo

by Yuma Wada @ Taste Trekkers

Yuma Wada is director of Ninja Food Tours Tokyo in Japan. Yuma enjoys exploring Tokyo to discover new restaurants and hidden gems. What foods is your city known for? Tokyo offers a wide range of foods and cuisines. You will be probably overwhelmed by a large number of food options. As for traditional Japanese foods, […]

5 Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day Phoenix Style

by tgranger16 @ Taste It Tours

When it comes to Valentine’s Day, the Phoenix area has a few different celebration options than the rest of the United States. Our 300+ days of sunshine means most days will have beautiful weather to be outdoors, and February is in the heart of our tourism season so hotels and restaurants will be at capacity

5 Questions with Palemon Larios Nieves of Pitaya Food Tours

by Palemon Larios Nieves @ Taste Trekkers

Palemon Larios is an adventure seeker for his taste buds. He enjoys the mix of flavors that are traditional to create a completely new dish. What foods is your city known for? Guadalajara is known throughout Mexico to have a unique and original culinary culture. The traditional foods we are known for are: Carne en […]

Holiday Gift Guide 2017: Our 4 Best Foodie Gift ideas

by Foods of NY Staff @ Foods of NY Tours

We asked a few of our star tour guides and staff for some of their favorite holiday gifts to give this season.  "Just don't share with EVERYONE they said." Whoops. Sorry. Tour Guide Anny Scent of the Season... 1.  The New York Shaving Company - Old St. Patrick’s Cologne "The scent mixes nutmeg, cinnamon, [...]

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Five easy ideas for team-building on Catalina Island

by Sherri Cline @ Taste of Catalina Food Tours

Corporate travel to Catalina Island provides a perfect opportunity to bring your team together in a unique location while keeping your travel logistics convenient and care-free. With Catalina team-building activities ranging from relaxing to heart-pumping, finding the right things to do for

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You’re in Good Hands at Lowcountry Bistro

by Theresa @ Charleston Food Tours

For fine southern cuisine on Market Street, it doesn’t get any better than Lowcountry Bistro. Read More

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A Chicago Culinary Adventure - Chef Driven Food Tours

A Chicago Culinary Adventure - Chef Driven Food Tours


Chef Driven Food Tours

The only Chicago food tour guided by professional chefs. We have uncovered the city's best hidden gems in some of the hottest neighborhoods.

Phoenix Ranked #1 Pizza City in America

by tgranger16 @ Taste It Tours

Move over New York, Chicago and all the other cities known for their unique pizza styles. Travel + Leisure has ranked Phoenix, Arizona the #1 city for pizza in America. In its annual America’s Favorite Places survey, readers of the magazine weighed in on everything from most attractive cities to favorite beach towns to the

The best cocktails on Catalina Island

by Sherri Cline @ Taste of Catalina Food Tours

It’s no secret that people consume more than a few cocktails on Catalina Island. With several dozen establishments serving adult beverages and several hundred thousand visitors looking for a good time – not to mention a few thousand locals who already know

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Taste It Tours Named One of 2017’s Best Local Tours

by tgranger16 @ Taste It Tours

Expertise.com has rated Taste It Tours one of the 12 best local tours in the Phoenix area for 2017 out of 325 local tours considered. Selections were chosen based on company reputation, credibility with customers, experience in the industry, availability of tours/customer supports and professionalism. Taste It Tours was the only food tour chosen, while

Historic Hillsborough Walking Tour

by Lesley Stracks @ Taste Carolina Gourmet Food Tours

Historic Hillsborough boasts Southern charm, 18th and 19th century architecture, and a vibrant literary and artistic scene. It is also […]

What’s the most vegetarian-friendly country in Europe?

by Chris Cox @ Eating Europe Tours

This European travel tip and story was shared by Chris Cox

A handy map for the travelling vegetarian Vegetarians and vegans know that travelling in Europe can be tricky if you want to eat anything other than salad leaves or plain potatoes. Not every European nation is what you’d call “vegetarian friendly”. So it’s great to see that master map-maker Jakub Marian has updated his Map […]

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A New Foodie blog Coming Soon

by Webmaster @ Asheville Food Tours

A New Foodie blog is coming soon from Asheville Food Tours. Stay Tuned!  

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Milwaukee Food & City Tours

Discover the sights and flavors of Milwaukee’s most delicious neighborhoods. Tours include food tastings that add up to a meal along with stories about Milwaukee’s rich immigrant past.

Gift Cards

by TOMIS @ Bulldog Tours

Give the gift of an incredible tour of Charleston, SC! Gift Cards make a great gift for any occasion. Anniversary Date Night Special Occasion Friends/Family Visiting Book Your Tour!

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How to celebrate like a true Revolucionario!!

by Erik Reinecke @ Puerto Vallarta Food Tours

November 20th is a Mexican holiday commemorating the Mexican Revolution (1910-1920).  The Mexican Revolution’s impact on Mexico is enormous.  The images of Emiliano Zapata (Vallarta Food Tour’s personal favorite revolutionary) and Pancho Villa  are inextricably linked to their birth country and the Mexican Revolution they helped take shape.   The Mexican Revolution was hard fought, bloody and […]

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Why You HAVE To Do a Teambuilding Activity in Madrid

by Lindsey Zimmerman @ Devour Madrid

From historic architecture to modern, cosmopolitan culture to peaceful green spaces, Madrid just about has it all. And with the added touch of Spain’s famously friendly, personable culture, it becomes the perfect place for your team to get to know each other a little better. There are endless reasons why you should consider doing a […]

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“The Romance of Food” Tour

by Karen @ Salem Food Tours

 The Romance of Food Join us as we stroll, nibble, and celebrate food, romance and history. This mini Tour includes a delicious cheese, wine, sweet/chocolate (a renowned aphrodisiac) and spice tasting, plus a special treat. Grab a loved one and […]

Barbados Tours - Lickrish Food Tours Barbados: The Original Bajan Walking Food Tour

Barbados Tours - Lickrish Food Tours Barbados: The Original Bajan Walking Food Tour


Barbados Tours - Lickrish Food Tours Barbados: The Original Bajan Walking Food Tour – Eat Like a Local”

Are you looking for a fun and exciting Barbados tour?Looking for things to do in Barbados while on vacation? Well, look no further because you’ve found Barbados’ first walking food tour.

Santa wants you on the Catalina Happy Hour Tour

by Sherri Cline @ Taste of Catalina Food Tours

Are you on Santa’s nice list again this year? Yes? Where’s the fun in that? We’ve got a better idea. Get just a little naughty with our Santa’s Catalina Happy Hour Tour. Featuring Christmas cocktails, holiday games and special Yule-tide shenanigans, this

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NYC’s 5 Best Holiday Pies ~ 2017 Edition

by Amy Bandolik @ Foods of NY Tours

What’s Thanksgiving Without the Pie!? There’s no need to bake this Thanksgiving holiday. All that precise measuring?! Leave it to the pastry chefs! The amazing bakeries here in NYC have got you covered from traditional pumpkin, apple and pecan to unique ideas like gelato pumpkin pie. There are also delicacies for your breakfast while you watch the parade or [...]

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Catalina Buzz — our favorite holiday is coming

by Sherri Cline @ Taste of Catalina Food Tours

Just in time for hanging up the witch’s hats and the candy bucket comes the five things we’re looking forward to the most this November on Catalina Island. First Fridays. Time is quickly running out to view the amazing Chihuly exhibit at

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Antequera – Torcal, Dolmens, Churchs and amazing foods

by Spain Food Sherpas @ Spain Food Sherpas

Antequera is now a World Heritage City. In 2016, UNESCO declared the Sitio de los Dólmenes as such, consisting of three buildings erected more than 6,000 years ago. But this beautiful town, located 50 kms away from Malaga,  has much more to offer: the Peña de los Enamorados and the karstic labyrinth of El

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Q&A with Lizzie and Sam of Off The Beaten Path Food Tours and Experiences

by Food Tours @ Taste Trekkers

Lizzie and Sam are long-time residents of Cambridge/Somerville, Massachusetts with their great dane dog Maddie, foodies, and globe-trotters. We love exploring the world together and also supporter entrepreneurs of all kinds, especially locally.   What neighborhoods should people visit when they come to your city? Somerville is right outside of Boston and conveniently located on […]

Our Top 10 Picks for Tapas in Madrid

by Lindsey Zimmerman @ Devour Madrid

A night out on the town for tapas is one of the most fun ways to eat like a local! But what exactly should you order? Even if you’ve studied Spanish, you might not recognize some of the things on the menu in many tapas bars across Madrid. Luckily, if you’re at an authentic place, […]

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City Food Tours — visitphilly.com

City Food Tours — visitphilly.com


Philadelphia - Official Visitor Site - visitphilly.com

City Food Tours will introduce you to some of Philly’s best specialty food shops and restaurants and give tour goers a opportunity to taste delicious handmade treats.

#1 Rated Food Tours in Miami on Tripadvisor - Miami Culinary Tours

#1 Rated Food Tours in Miami on Tripadvisor - Miami Culinary Tours


Miami Culinary Tours

Top Rated Food Tours in Miami From $59 Per Person. All Food & Fun Included! Culinary Tours of Little Havana, Wynwood, South Beach & Design District.

Corporate Tours

by bulldogadmin @ Bulldog Tours

Charleston, SC is the ideal location for your next corporate meeting, retreat, conference, or event.   Charleston is a charming city with a unique history.  The weather is great, our hospitality is beyond Southern, and there are lots of fun things for the entire group to discover.  Let Bulldog Tours plan and facilitate your meetings, recreational activities, spouse programs, tours, and team building activities.

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☼ CHUNKY JESUS ☼

by admin @ Hawaii Food Tours®

I have a good friend in Honolulu. Let’s call him Steve. Steve’s a great guy; met him in the mid-90’s when I was writing restaurant reviews for The Honolulu Advertiser (the biggest paper in the state of Hawaii at that time; now long gone as many papers are in the Internet age). Anyway, I walked […]

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Five Steps for Recruiting the Best Tour Guides

by Nissa Campbell @ Rezgo

Hiring can be a nerve-wracking experience. First, you need to find people that want to work for your tour company. Then, often with nothing more than a resume, cover letter, and a short conversation, you need to decide which candidates will be the best fit for what could be years to come. Make sure the […]

Nine Traits To Look For When Hiring Tour Guides

by Nissa Campbell @ Rezgo

You have the perfect job posting, you’ve reached out to all the right places, and you have a list of prospective tour guides to interview. What now? Work experience, education, references and other “hard skills” will only tell you so much about a new hire, and instinct only takes you so far. Here are nine […]

Beth

by bulldogadmin @ Bulldog Tours

Beth is technically a Yankee but she’s earned her status as an honorary Southerner. After years as a psychologist in Boston, she opted to move to Charleston and only deal with happy people on vacation. In addition to being an amazing tour guide, she’s also an artist and her works can be seen in art … Continue reading Beth

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Fall & Winter Fun in Salem, Massachusetts

by Brittany DiCologero @ Salem, MA

Explore Salem this holiday season and make your own magic with holiday attractions, special events, comfort food, and pop-up shops. Museums & Attractions The House...

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8 Reasons Why You Should Take a New Eating Europe Food Tour

by Rob Newsome @ Eating Europe Tours

This European travel tip and story was shared by Rob Newsome

With summer so close you can almost feel the sun on the back of your neck, you’re probably starting to think about a vacation, and planning all the exciting activities you want to fit in. We may be slightly biased, but we truly believe a food tour is the best way to get a feel […]

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What is a food tour?

What is a food tour?


Eating Europe Tours

Food tours are walking tours of around 4 hours; small groups of travelers taste local food & drink while learning about the culture and history of the area.

Wilmington Tours

by Lesley Stracks @ Taste Carolina Gourmet Food Tours

Historic, downtown Wilmington is lined with eclectic restaurants…. a foodie’s dream! Come explore the Port City on a 2:30 or […]

José Mendín Named One Of The “sexiest Male Chefs In America 2017” By People Magazine

by debbie stoeva @ Miami Culinary Tours

In Tandem with the Magazine’s Annual Sexiest Man Alive Issue Who/What: On the heels of opening his ambitious new restaurant concept, Habitat at 1 Hotel South Beach, Chef José Mendín has been selected as the only South Florida chef in People Magazine’s “Sexiest Male Chefs in America 2017.” In recent years, celebrated Chef/Restaurateur José Mendín […]

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The Strand Bar & Grill To Open Tuesday November 21st At The Newly Renovated Carillon Miami Wellness Resort

by debbie stoeva @ Miami Culinary Tours

A Contemporary Farm Fresh Culinary Concept with Sweeping Ocean Views On Tuesday, November 21st The Strand Bar & Grill will open its doors in a beautiful shorefront setting on Miami Beach. This new dining concept, located at Carillon Miami Wellness Resort, will deliver a seasonal, ingredient-driven menu of carefully considered new American fare infused with […]

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Cheers! Our Top 5 Picks for Wine Shops in Madrid

by Lindsey Zimmerman @ Devour Madrid

Spanish wine is among the best in the world, and there’s no better place to enjoy it than Madrid! From Ribera to Rioja and everything in between, Spanish wine is rich, varied and delicious. Whether you’re a budding sommelier or just a casual vino fan, there’s sure to be a variety you’ll love. But where to buy […]

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Inside The First Global Food Tourism Conference & What’s Next

by foodtourpros @ Food Tour Pros

Back in October, we held our very first Global Food Tourism Conference (GFTC), which was a big step forward in Food Tour Pros’ involvement and facilitation of learning in our booming industry. For years we’ve brought in Food Tour Operators and future operators to teach and learn in-house, but the GFTC was a first step in […]

Market Square, Knoxville, Tennessee

by SethResler @ Taste Trekkers - maps

Food Truck Row

Which Miami Food Tours are the Best | Free Tours By Foot

Which Miami Food Tours are the Best | Free Tours By Foot


Free Tours by Foot

Miami's food scene is one of the most exciting in the country. With so many food tour options, how to know which one to take? This post can help you decide.

Top Attraction in Colorado Springs - Local History and Food Tours

Top Attraction in Colorado Springs - Local History and Food Tours


Rocky Mountain Food Tours

Attraction near Pikes Peak featuring food and drink from several local restaurants. Weekly tours available. Groups of locals and tourists welcome.

Columbus Commons, 160 S. High Street, OH

by SethResler @ Taste Trekkers - maps

Columbus Food Truck Festival

Sanford Food Tours | Orlando Food Tours | Highly Reviewed

Sanford Food Tours | Orlando Food Tours | Highly Reviewed


Sanford Food Tours

Sanford Food Tours has opened to rave reviews! Minutes from Orlando, our culinary food tour is on par with other big city food tours. Learn more today.

A Tour Operator’s Google Analytics Glossary

by Nissa Campbell @ Rezgo

Confused by Google Analytics terminology, or need a refresher? Here are the top web analytics terms you need to know. Affinity Categories: Users’ interests as identified by their website habits. Benchmarking: Comparing your website’s performance to websites in a specified industry. Bounce: A user’s visit that took place without them leaving their entry page. Bounce […]

Meet Rising Chef Omar Montero of La Santeria Taqueria

by debbie stoeva @ Miami Culinary Tours

Picture provided by CARRIE HYMAN, TARA, Ink. Positioned in the budding Midtown Garden Center, the pop-up is an open-air food truck concept that revolves around the freshest ingredients, authentic Mexican recipes and lush greenery that elevates it into the ideal sensuous experience for its guest. Think: fresh pineapple, marinated meats, seafood, veggies, and homemade molcajete sauce all […]

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10 Weird Festive Holidays You Never Knew Existed

by Lani Seelinger @ Eating Europe Tours

This European travel tip and story was shared by Lani Seelinger

‘Tis the season – to eat goose and get presents from an old woman on a broomstick? Depending on where you live, both of those things could be true. Here are some of the craziest and most fun holiday traditions from across Europe. And yes, we’ll admit that Europeans can be pretty strange (as we […]

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Columbus Commons, 160 S. High Street, OH

by SethResler @ Taste Trekkers - maps

Columbus Food Truck Festival

Galway Food Tours........Blas na Gaillimhe

Galway Food Tours........Blas na Gaillimhe


Galway Food Tours

We lead food enthusiasts around Galway’s finest food destinations, guests usually replace lunch with the tour as along the way you will sample fresh sushi, the finest cheese, Galway oysters, mouth-watering breads and savoury bites as well as delicious sweet treats while soaking up the famed atmosphe

Top 10 Productivity Hacks for Tour and Activity Providers

by Nissa Campbell @ Rezgo

For many of us, finding the perfect productivity balance is a constant struggle. In high season, it’s hard to find time to get everything done. In low season, the lack of urgency gives procrastination room to rear its ugly head. If you aren’t happy with how much you’re getting done or how much you always […]

6 Ideas for an Unforgettable Bachelorette Party in Madrid

by Lindsey Zimmerman @ Devour Madrid

With colorful culture, amazing food and vibrant nightlife, Madrid makes the perfect setting for a bachelorette party. Bachelor and bachelorette parties in Spain are usually a complete surprise for the bride or groom! Organized by their friends and close family members, it’s a chance to let loose and have some fun before the big day. […]

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What people Like You Are Saying…

by Webmaster @ Asheville Food Tours

"Thank you again for allowing us to see the town and surrounding areas in a way we couldn't have experienced without your food tour!" L.D.

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Valerie Stowe

by bulldogadmin @ Bulldog Tours

Compliments of the US Army, Valerie was raised in Ft. Benning, GA. She gave up her gig as a snack machine delivery driver on the Army base and now drives her Adventure Sightseeing bus like a BOSS!

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Me and wine: A love story

by Rob Newsome @ Eating Europe Tours

This European travel tip and story was shared by Rob Newsome

It’s National Drink Wine day – which seems like the perfect excuse for me to reminisce about my wine history. In all fairness, I’m not sure there’s a better time for it, well, until my ‘National Rob Reminisces About Wine Day’ idea takes off. This is a love story – it’s sort of like a […]

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Cvi.che 105 Aventura Will Open Its Doors On Friday, December 2nd

by debbie stoeva @ Miami Culinary Tours

As Part of the New Aventura Mall Expansion, the Restaurant will open its 3rd South Florida Location Miami’s most beloved Peruvian restaurant, proudly announces the opening of its third location, as part of the new highly anticipated Aventura Mall Expansion. Aventura residents and visitors alike will enjoy the famously hip, impeccable yet traditional Peruvian cuisine […]

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13 Things To Do This Fall – October Lil Rhody Roundup

by Emma Sullivan @ Rhode Island RED Food Tours

Fall is in the air. It seems like just yesterday we were waiting for summer to arrive and now we’re saying goodbye. But that’s okay – it’s been hot, hot, hot around here lately and we are so ready to bring on

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Cooking With Pietro

by Foods of NY Staff @ Foods of NY Tours

Since 1983, Monte’s Trattoria has been up and running all thanks to the amazing Chef Pietro Mosconi.  Chef Pietro was born in the Emilia - Romagna region of Italy in a small village, in the province of Piacenza.  It was here that Pietro discovered his passion for the traditional Northern Italian cuisine, which has influenced his cooking to [...]

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Savannah Taste Experience

Savannah Taste Experience


Savannah Taste Experience

Savannah Taste Experience is rated one of the Top Things To Do in Savannah. It's a fun, one-of-a-kind culinary experience featuring a guided tour of the historic city along with delicious stops at distinctive restaurants, specialty food stores, and other notable eateries.

☼ EATING PARIS ☼

by admin @ Hawaii Food Tours®

Alisa Morov (https://www.facebook.com/alisa.morov?fref=ts) is one of my dearest friends. She’s a fantastic Mother, cookbook author, and a genuine foodie. Oh, and I’m so jealous of her because she speaks French, and I cannot. She squeezes the most out of each day, and can show you a delicious time the next time you’re in Paris. Winding […]

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Rhode Island Red Food Tours Spotlight – North Bakery and Newport Lobster Shack

by Emma Sullivan @ Rhode Island RED Food Tours

It’s been a little while since our last spotlight, but these two spots were definitely worth the wait. North Bakery in Providence and Newport Lobster Shack in (you guessed it!) Newport are two destinations in their own right. We are pretty stoked

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315 Harborside Boulevard, Providence, RI

by SethResler @ Taste Trekkers - maps

Culinary Arts Museum

Q&A with Andre Arriaza of Barcelona Eat Local Food Tours

by Andre Arriaza @ Taste Trekkers

Andre Arriaza of Barcelona Eat Local Food Tours tells foodies what they need to know about the food scene in Barcelona, Spain.

J. Wakefield Brewing Announces New Name and Independents-Only Format for WakeFest 2018

by debbie stoeva @ Miami Culinary Tours

Limited number of VIP bottle package tickets go on sale in the taproom on Monday, November 27th WakeFest 2018 will take place at Mana Wynwood on Saturday, February 17th from noon to 6:00 p.m. The third-year event will also have a new name, WakeFest Invitational. For the first time in the event’s history, only independently-owned […]

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Franklin On Foot

Franklin On Foot


Franklin On Foot

The Fascinating History, the scandalist past and eclectic atmosphere of Franklin, TN. There's seomthing for everyone! Choose from our array of tours as your delve into our rich history. Franklin On Foot, Franklin, TN.

A Guide to Coffee in 10 Gifs

by Amanda Clark @ Eating Italy Food Tours

Italy travel tip shared by Amanda Clark

Love coffee? You’re not alone! This guide will tell you everything about the caffeinated drink of choice of the masses, from its origins to how to brew the perfect cup for you! Where was coffee first discovered? Legend has it a 9th-century Ethiopian goat-herder named Kaldi first discovered the potential of coffee beans after noticing […]

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Lona By Chef Pablo Salas: Hot, Haute Mexican Cuisine And Cocktails On Fort Lauderdale Beach

by debbie stoeva @ Miami Culinary Tours

New restaurant and tequila/mezcal bar to open December 2017 When Lona – celebrated Mexican chef Pablo Salas’ chic new Mexican eatery opens its doors on a gorgeous strip of beachfront real estate December 2017 – it will surely be one of the hottest new spots in Fort Lauderdale. Lona will offer Salas’ eclectic, soulful Mexican […]

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Eat Well While Doing Good With UnTour Shanghai During Chi Fan For Charity 2017!

by jamie @ UnTour Food Tours

UnTour Food Tours is excited to be the first non-restaurant partner in the history of Chi Fan For Charity! This annual event – the largest F&B charity event in Asia – brings together restaurants and diners to create set menus – all proceeds are donated to two awesome charities. In 2016, CFFC Shanghai raised RMB

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WHAT I ATE: Pappardelle Pasta w/ Vermont veal ragu

by Amy Bandolik @ Foods of NY Tours

WHAT I ATE: Pappardelle with Vermont veal ragu and grana padano cheese WHY IT'S GREAT: A hearty, flavorful sauce peppered with tasty veal morsels coats wide, flat pasta. A perfect balance in one bite. WHAT'S ON THE MENU: The veal ragu was so rich, but with a melt-in-your-mouth quality that made me go in search of more and more tasty veal morsels [...]

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Q&A with Charmin Members of Chicago’s Under-The-Radar Food Tours

by Charmin Members @ Taste Trekkers

Charmin Members of Under the Radar Food Tours talks about the Chicago food scene.

El Palo: The new tempation in Malaga

by Spain Food Sherpas @ Spain Food Sherpas

The last frontier to the real life lies past the ‘Jaboneros’ stream, as a counterpoint to the Malaga of cruise ships and museums. In ‘El Palo’ you can have grilled sardines, but also Hawaiian ‘poké’. You can go paddle surfing or row in a ’jábega’ (fishing boat from Malaga). Do you want to discover

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Winter Food Tours

by Karen @ Salem Food Tours

We absolutely LOVE winter Tours!  Chillier temps make the perfect weather to enjoy delicious, historic  #SalemMA.  The City is a bit more quiet, and there is nothing like walking, eating and sipping – a great way to warm up and rev […]

Sunday Brunch and a Calgary Farmers’ Market Tour

by Tour & Event Websites @ Tours – Calgary Food Tours

Raleigh Walking Tours

by admin @ Taste Carolina Gourmet Food Tours

Please note: All tours begin on historic Fayetteville Street near the Capitol – except for Raleigh’s Roots. There are two […]

11 Toasty Events To Start 2018 Off Right – January Lil Rhody Round-Up

by Emma Sullivan @ Rhode Island RED Food Tours

Welcome to 2018! A new year is a new start. We don’t know about you, but we’re ready to jump right into 2018 and have some fun! Set the tone for the rest of your year with these 11 fun events and

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5 Questions with Mariana Kavroulaki of Greek Culinary History & Cooking Adventures

by Mariana Kavroulaki @ Taste Trekkers

Mariana Kavroulaki of Greek Culinary History & Cooking Adventures tells us all about her local food scene.

Salem Food Tours & A.M. Coffee Walks - Salem, MA

Salem Food Tours & A.M. Coffee Walks - Salem, MA


Salem, MA

Take a guided food and cultural walking tour, with tastings at Salem's finest shops and restaurants. Meet chefs, learn about history, and more!

Walking food tour soft launch a success!

by Cristy Lenz @ Food Tours Atlanta

We’ve had a week of successful tours! We did a soft launch for friends and family while I work to get the website up and running so everyone can come on a walking food tour! It was great to have old and new friends join me on my new adventure! The one comment I kept hearing was that it was tough to pick a favorite. I would have to agree. I wanted this tour to be a reflection to be what I loved most about Inman Park and the food...

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The Heart of Madrid: Where to Eat Near Sol

by Lindsey Zimmerman @ Devour Madrid

Bustling, vibrant Sol is one of Madrid’s most central touristic neighborhoods, but it’s still possible to eat like a local! Smack dab in the center of Madrid lies the barrio known as Sol. It gets its name from the emblematic Puerta del Sol plaza, home to the famous bear statue and a point of reference […]

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WHAT I ATE: Charred Octopus

by Amy Bandolik @ Foods of NY Tours

WHAT I ATE: Charred Octopus WHY IT'S GREAT: The perfect balance of tender meat with crispy edges. WHAT'S ON THE MENU: I’m a tough customer when it comes to octopus. I can easy put it on my NO-GO list. But the octopus at Emporio is a cut above and that puts it near the top of my MUST HAVE list. They [...]

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Columbus Commons, 160 S. High Street, OH

by SethResler @ Taste Trekkers - maps

Columbus Food Truck Festival

Winston-Salem Walking Tour

by Lesley Stracks @ Taste Carolina Gourmet Food Tours

Thriving business, arts and music communities, amazing architecture, and fantastic restaurants define downtown Winston-Salem. But it’s the friendliness of the […]

What People Like You Are Saying…

by Webmaster @ Asheville Food Tours

“Best foodie tour we have ever been on!” We have been on several Foodie tours around the country and this was honestly the best.

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Best Restaurants on Catalina for appetizers

by Sherri Cline @ Taste of Catalina Food Tours

There’s just something about dining out on vacation. The new location, the new tastes and the relaxed atmosphere all play a role in transforming the simple act of eating into a memory-making experience. There are so many wonderful restaurants on Catalina Island

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Authentic Italian Panna Cotta Recipe

by Amanda Clark @ Eating Italy Food Tours

Italy travel tip shared by Amanda Clark

Rich, silky and incredibly smooth with just the right amount of jiggle; panna cotta is quick and remarkably easy to make but very hard to get right. What is panna cotta? Panna cotta which means ‘cooked cream’ in Italian is one of the world’s best-loved desserts, and it’s easy to see why. It can be […]

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Market Square, Knoxville, Tennessee

by SethResler @ Taste Trekkers - maps

Food Truck Row

Thanksgiving Favorites

by Cristy Lenz @ Food Tours Atlanta

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315 Harborside Boulevard, Providence, RI

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Culinary Arts Museum

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What to Buy the Foodie Traveler in Your Life this Christmas

by Vicky Hampton @ Eating Europe Tours

This European travel tip and story was shared by Vicky Hampton

This blog post was first published in December 2016, updated November 2017. Ahhh… the season of giving… And yes, the inevitable pre-Christmas panic when you realize you have zero inspiration for the dozens of gifts you still need to buy. Admittedly, there’s not much we can do to help you find the perfect present for the […]

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5 Questions with Chris Cox of Eating Europe Food Tours

by Chris Cox @ Taste Trekkers

Chris Cox is the Digital Marketing Manager of Eating Europe Tours, and – appropriately enough – is a foodie who loves travelling around European cities. He has three cats, is married and lives in Brig What foods is your city known for? Rome: Pasta, such as bucatini all’amatriciana Florence – Bistecca alla fiorentina London: Fish […]

Salud! 7 Spectacular Wine Tastings in Madrid

by Lindsey Zimmerman @ Devour Madrid

Spain is one of the best places in the world to drink and learn about wine! From full-bodied riojas to crisp, bubbly cavas and everything in between, there is so much to learn about Spanish wine. Since we love a good vino as much as the next person, we decided to round up some of our favorite […]

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315 Harborside Boulevard, Providence, RI

by SethResler @ Taste Trekkers - maps

Culinary Arts Museum

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