Explore the Culinary Scene in Downtown L.A.'s Financial District With Six Taste
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Too many people only know tequila as the harsh, adulterated hootch they drank too much of in college. If you haven't tried the real thing, you don't know what you're missing. Now here's your chance to sample some of the best. Herradura Tequila is one of the finest, a spirit of elegance, refinement and incredible flavor. At this exclusive dinner aboard the historic Queen Mary, you'll have the chance to sample five different Herradura tequilas, including one from the ship's private barrel, selected exclusively for them. The tasting will be accompanied by a delicious five-course meal prepared by the ship's award-winning chefs, culminating with an indulgent dessert and a fine Macanudo cigar. (The latter, of course, may be declined, if desired.) The tasting will be overseen by a very special guest, Ruben Aceves, the Director of International Brand Development for Casa Herradura and one of the most respected men in the tequila industry. Learn More
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Featured review from Jackie B
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There were 10 "food tasters" in our group, not including the two owners (Alex & Jeff) and Ben, our tour guide. Ben was wonderful. He is an enthusiastic guide who loves to share his knowledge of the downtown area. The people in the group were great too! Everyone was friendly and we got to talk with one another while we sat down at the restaurants we visited. We went to Lost Souls Cafe and had Pan de sal and Ube drink. They were both delicious and I will be going back for more. Our next stop was Syrup Desserts where we had a delicious grilled cheese pastry with raspberries along with a creamcheese pastry with pears. It was scrumptous. We then headed out to LA Cafe where they had rich tasting sandwiches and salads. After, we headed to the Thai restaurant Soi 7. They served us calamari, beef and chicken satay, and curry rice - all very good! Our last stop, and we were already full, was Cuidad where we enjoyed the ceviche, spinach empanadas, mushroom empanadas, and duck pate on toasted bread. We were so full, we couldn't eat another bite. We walked 18 blocks which was NOT tiring. I wore boots with heels (I made sure they were comfortable) and I had no problem. With all the food that you are eating on this food tour, you have to do some walking. What a great idea to try new restaurants in a personal group setting with new people, all the while learning about the downtown LA area. I will definately be going on some more of these excursions. The max size of the group is 12 which is a perfect size. I had a GREAT time!
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We had a great time. We visited five restaurants and I was so full by the last one I had to force myself to taste. A word of advice, do not take seconds, even if the food is the best you've ever tasted! That's why I was overstuffed. Our guide...continued
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I attended Saturday March 20th. Absolutely wonderful event! Ben had his hands full with our large group of 15, but he didn't break a sweat!. Ben is very pleasant, and knowledgeable of each restaurant and historical sites around the Downtown...continued
Downtown Los Angeles is in the middle of an amazing transformation, renaissance, and revitalization. The development of new Live/Work lofts, L.A. Live, and more foot traffic has drawn several new and exciting eateries to the area. Combined with the deep history of buildings such as the Richard Riordan Central Library, originally constructed in 1926, Six Taste is excited to present its DTLA tour, which combines tastings at some of the most interesting restaurants with an overview of some of the fascinating landmarks in downtown.
The financial district of Los Angeles is filled with architectural wonders and more than a century’s worth of history. The Downtown Renaissance sparked a movement of restaurants into the area that mainly serve the lunch crowd. However, this district still contains a mix of culinary delights that highlight the diversity and quality of the food offered. This tour gives visitors a glimpse into the culinary scene of a district on the brink of major renovations, while also showcasing fascinating historical landmarks such as the Richard Riordan Central Library.
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