North Beach Food: A Culinary Walking Tour of the Famed Neighborhood
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The last date listed for North Beach Food was Saturday September 26, 2015 / 2:30pm.
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I think I wanted a more "fine dining" experience of things I did not already know. The fine dining possibilities were touched on briefly and from afar. I am a SF resident, and not a tourist. I think this tour was geared more for tourists, and their expectations and assumptions about what is Italian. This tour offered a more conventional food experience of snack comfort food from the area. There were many intriguing facts and places to see, however, and this part of the tour did not disappoint. If you like high carb. comfort food, in big quantity, you will enjoy all of the parts of this tour. .
- At least five different and delicious eateries — all chosen for their excellence, which may include coffee roasters, Italian bakery for Italian desserts, candymakers, pizza, pasta
- Visit to St Francis National Shrine (if open)
- See the Barbary Coast
- North Beach walk
- Historic and entertaining highlights narrated by a knowledgeable guide
-Tour lasts 2-2.5 hours.
Tour Highlights with Alcohol Pairings:
Enjoy famed North Beach wine and cocktails during the regular food tour. Afterward, visit legendary haunts featuring world-famous cocktails. Tour lasts 3-3.5 hours.
Tour guide gratuity is not included.
About the Ticket Supplier: Explore San Francisco
After you’ve seen the tourist attractions, come explore San Francisco with us and see the city as a local. Be at the table for a one-time only pop up restaurant. Shop the boutiques of Pacific Heights. Take a leisurely stroll through Chinatown and North Beach and eat where the locals eat. Experience a wine tour without leaving the city. See wild flocks of parrots.Have a cup of coffee where Jack Kerouac sat.
Visit a Buddhist monastery, a chocolate factory. Savor the flavors of the Mission District and then visit it’s world famous murals. And if you really want to we’ll take you to the lunch truck that serves up insects.