Belltown Restaurant Tour: Sample Seattle's Best Dining
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The last date listed for Belltown Restaurant Tour was Saturday September 21, 2013 / 4:00pm.
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Let Customized Tours take you to one of Washington's most popular annual holiday traditions for families: the Christmas Lighting Festival in the picturesque Bavarian-themed village of Leavenworth. During this full-day event, browse through the village's quaint shops, savor German food from the street stands offering savory creations, enjoy live outdoor entertainment, let your kids sled down the snow hill, take a horse-drawn carriage ride, and then gather at dusk (on Saturdays and Sundays) for the ceremony as the town becomes ablaze in twinkling lights. Afterward, relax back on the bus as you return home filled with the holiday spirit. Learn More
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We had a great guide, who was very personable and provided us with a little history of the area. As a local, my friend and I enjoyed trying out new places and getting more acquainted with Belltown. In most of the places we visited, the owner, waitstaff person, or bartender talked to us, and that made the visit at the restaurant more interesting. All of that said, I think it was worth the discount price, but not necessarily the full price.
Locations You'll Visit (subject to change):
Local 360 -- Marinated beet salad with fresh chevre
Rob Roy -- Craft cocktail and demonstration
Shiro’s -- Duo of local sushi
Branzino -- Chef's choice entree paired with glass of wine
The Coterie Room -- Dessert with a modern twist
About the Ticket Supplier: Seattle Food Tours LLC
Mission Statement: To share our knowledge and passion for great food and wine in a way that is both entertaining and educational.
Howdy food fans,
I'm Michael Rogers the principle founder of Seattle Food Tours a company dedicated to the enjoyment of Seattle's culinary culture. I've been living in Seattle for 17 years now and working as an inbound tour operator for over 12 years. Previously I worked in restaurants from Seattle to Miami (literally), along the way I spent an invaluable year in the kitchen as a chef's apprentice in a four star restaurant. My love for food can be traced to my grandmother whose cooking taught me that it is not always about the best ingredients, precision and the latest trends, but more about expressing yourself, and cooking from the heart.