Does your love of food lead you to new destinations? Several Virginia cities offer food tours that highlight the best flavors and most memorable dining experiences to be had.
Real Richmond Food Tours are two and a half hours of culinary goodness. Hear from the chefs and owners as you dine and walk the town.
DC Metro Food Tours integrate history with great tastes from restaurants, markets and distilleries. Inquire for a wide range of tour locations, including Manassas, Old Town Alexandria and Leesburg. Tickets are $60 or less per person and tours last three to three and a half hours.
Norfolk’s Granby Street is the subject of food exploration that brings to light local seafood, Virginia craft beer, award-winning dishes, and more. Tickets are $65 per person and the tours are three hours and 30 minutes.
Harrisonburg is Virginia’s very first “Culinary District,” and Rocktown Bites! wants to show off the goods. Book a Saturday tour, lasting approximately two hours and 30 minutes, to experience a wide range of edible delights. Seven stops will showcase the very best of Harrisonburg’s foodie scene, and tickets are $35 per person.
When in Roanoke, take the southern food route. Included are a popular historic hotel, a Lebanese treasure, a true farm-to-table hot spot, and other signature Roanoke go-to’s. Tours are Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays just tin tine for lunch and last approximately three hours. Tickets start at $42 per person.
Your tastebuds will thank you for touring Virginia’s foodie hot spots.
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