Mission 18th Street: A Culinary Walking Tour With Edible Excursions
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The last date listed for Edible Excursions' Mission 18th Street Food Tour was Thursday May 29, 2014 / 6:00pm.
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Featured review from Goldstar MemberRed Velvet
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I loved this tour. It was fun to be eating and walking and conversing with everyone. I learned so much about the area and the people, and the businesses that are sprouting up in the Mission. It seems that the youth are now really trying to improve the world, at the same time as making a life for themselves. It is inspiring! The food was delicious, and is a definite return to the area for me! I wish continued success to everyone concerned!
This tour lasts 2.5 hours.
The Mission District is bursting with so many global flavors and culinary favorites — as well as a rapidly changing food landscape that even locals can’t keep up with — that Edible Excursions decided to launch its latest tour along the neighborhood’s Valencia Street corridor, home to some of the busiest and buzziest food ventures in this hipster haven.
Guests have a chance to talk with chefs, store owners and restaurant employees who share behind-the-scenes stories about their creative, critically-acclaimed and award-winning fare on a night when this area is especially lively, with the addition of a weekly market featuring local, farm-fresh grub.
Tastes may include: seasonal pastries, single-origin chocolate, tacos, seasonal produce, deli specials, pastries, wine, ice cream and more.
Stops may include: 18 Reasons, Bi Rite Creamery, Dandelion Chocolate, Mission Community Market, Tacolicious, Craftsman and Wolves
Stops vary from tour to tour, and are subject to change without notice.
Wear comfortable shoes and bring a bottle of water.