Philadelphia Food Tour
Enjoy a Three Hour Decadent Gourmet Food Tour of Philadelpia For Two
Price for 2 participants
Find the flavor of Philadelphia and give your taste buds a treat, with this Philly Food Tour for two. During the three hour tour, you and a guest will take a walking tour of the city, stopping at five of Philadelphia’s most excellent eateries to taste their fare!
You’ll meet the group at Philly’s famous Reading Terminal Market, then your guide will take you around the market regaling you with insider’s tales of the market and its rich and delicious history! There are three tasting stops during this portion of the tour, giving you the chance to try some great little delicacies such as fresh farm-stand fare, some Mediterranean morsels at Kamal’s Middle Eastern Specialty stand, and rich chocolate truffles at the Flying Monkey. You’ll then walk to Rittenhouse Square and BiBruno Bros, where you’ll indulge in a fantastic tasting of farmstead cheeses. To top off your experience, the tour will then head for Philly’s most popular Gelato shop for a the perfect dessert; a gelato tasting!
So if you’re looking for a gastronomic gift for someone, or you simply want to know more about Philadelphia’s foodie scene, why not take a tasting tour of the city?
What to wear
Gratuities for your tour guide are not included but are greatly appreciated and may be offered at the end of the event. Price includes all tastings. Children must be accompanied by an adult at least 18 years of age or older at all times. This tour is not designed for children under the age of 14.
You will have the opportunity to purchase additional food and beverages during the experience, therefore participants are urged to bring additional spending money. This is a tasting adventure, not a full meal.
ITEM/SKU NUMBER XD-1261-002
Xperience Certificates® cannot be exchanged once a reservation for the experience has been made.
EXCELLENT!! Even though my husband & I are native Philadelphians we did and saw things here in the city that we have never done before. Our tour guide Rochelle was amazing. She was friendly, outgoing and very, very knowledgeable.
- MELINDA GELLMAN - PHILA, Thursday, October 10, 2013
Rochelle was a great tour guide. Very knowledgable and thoughtful of the needs of the group. The food tastings were very good, it was nice to try the many different things.
- Jason H - Philadelphia, Thursday, August 29, 2013
The tour was fun and educational. Our guide, Virginia, was very informative and entertaining. I would recommed this to my friends.
- Barbara Scharf - Phila Pa., Tuesday, April 02, 2013
My wife & I had a great time on the food tour (despite the fact that I didn't like everything I tasted). Our tour guide Virginia, was wonderful and quite knowledgeable about the various foods we sampled. We also enjoyed the company of the other participants who were on the tour. I would definitely do it again!
- David Freed - Sicklerville, NJ, Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Truly delightful tour providing pertinent history about how the train shed came into existence. We started at the Reading Terminal Market where we sampled sweet and savory fare including wonderful hummus and baba ghanoush at Kamal's. Next a lesson on how cheese is made with a variety of samples at DiBruno's, and we ended with multiple flavors of gelato at Capogiro. There were only two of us and our learned guide, Michelle, provided a personalized tour.
- Nancy Brago - Philadelphia, Wednesday, September 19, 2012
It was a great tour with lots of different foods to try. Our tour guide Rochelle was very knowledgable and seemed to really enjoy it. We couldn't find our tour at first but that may have been our fault. Definitely would consider doing another tour for something different.
- Brittany - Reading Terminal Market, Tuesday, May 08, 2012
My wife and I had recieved a gift certificate from our children two years ago and after finally making some time for the food tour we called and booked our tour for our 25th anniversay. The tour was informative, fun and tasty. We started the tour in the Reading Terminal market where we visted the local farmer's market, Mediterranean food stall and the flying monkey desserts, we then walked to the DiBruni Bros food market on 17th St., where we were treated to an interesting discussion on cheeses and got to taste several different and new cheeses. After making our purchases (we bought something at each visit) we ended up at a Gellato bar at 20th and Sansom and had a taste test of six different flavors of Gellato, what a nice way to end the tour and begin our walk back to the Terminal. Would highly recommend the tour, even to former locals (we lived in south Philly for several years 25 years ago) and we learned a lot of new things about food and especially cheeses at DiBruni's. Thank you!
- Jim Wilson - New Hope, PA, Wednesday, February 01, 2012
The tour was great and our tour guide was very friendly and knowledgeable. Great selection of different foods to try!
- Kaylyn Syvret - Philadelphia, PA, Thursday, January 12, 2012
The tour was a great experience overall. Our guide was friendly, fun, and knowledgeable. The locations were unique and interesting, and the food was fantastic! I would definitely do it again.
- Kelsey - Philadelphia, PA, Wednesday, January 11, 2012
My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed the experience we had on Saturday, June 11, 2011. The food and info were great, but our tour guide, Teagan, made the day. She was cheerful, friendly, knowledgeable, and a pleasure to be around. We are happy to recommend this to anyone!
- Paul Gausch - Philadelphia, Tuesday, June 14, 2011
The tour was GREAT! Eric our leader was knowledgeable, funny and made the whole tour delightful. I would highly recommend it. Yummy and learned a lot too.
- Sharon Raivetz - Phila, Tuesday, May 17, 2011
I wasn't blown away, but it was still a pretty good tour. We had a very intelligent PhD as a guide. She did a very good job of presenting us with all of the knowledge about cheese, chocolate, and gelato. Aside from the nice bag of chocolate, I would have preferred more take home items, especially in the cheese section, but you can't always get what you want, and I am sure a line has to be drawn somewhere.
- Eric - Brooklyn, NY, Wednesday, January 19, 2011
What an amazing experience. Robert, our guide was PERFECT. The treats were amazing and the stories even better. We loved this tour so much, we decided it to buy it as a gift for our friends! AMAZING TIME!
- Julia S. - Staten Island, NY, Wednesday, December 01, 2010
I bought this for my boyfriend for Valentine's Day when I was living in Philly. We have since moved to Maryland, and spent the weekend back in Philly. This tour was fantastic! I wish we had done it before I moved away. The tour guide was terrific...he gave us so much information, not just about cheese, chocolate, and gelato...but wine, restaurants, and more. It was a fantastic day!!
- Bridget Duffy - Towson, MD, Monday, August 02, 2010
My husband and I received the Philadelphia City Food Tour as a Christmas gift from our daughters. We scheduled our tour for last weekend and enjoyed every minute of it! Our guide, Eric, was most knowledgeable, friendly and enthusiastic, treating us as if we were royalty. He taught us so much about cheese, chocolate and gelatto! We now feel like experts in the field. When I came to work on Monday I told many of my friends about the experience. Not only do they want to go on the tour themselves, they thought it would be a much better gift for someone than a usual restaurant gift certificate! Thank you for the opportunity to review our experience!
- Lilly Krupsha - Philadelphia, Wednesday, May 05, 2010
Question: How many stops are there?
Answer: The Philadelphia Food Tour will stop at 5 Philadelphia gourmet stops to indulge in sumptuous cheeses, a delicious PA farm-fresh treat, a variety of Middle Eastern delights, a decadent chocolate treat, and an assortment of luscious gelato.
Question: Hello, I was wondering if this particular tour is vegetarian-friendly?
Answer: The tour company is happy to accommodate vegetarians, dietary restrictions, and special needs. Please make a note when requesting a reservation and they will do everything they can to arrange substitutes for you.
Question: Where do you meet for this tour and what times are offered?
Answer: The Philadelphia Food Tour is offered Saturday and Sunday afternoons year-round, subject to availability. Tours begin at 3:00 PM and take place in Center City. As meeting locations are subject to change, they are only provided upon reservation.
Question: I know some scenic food tours only include the tour guide in the price. Does this also include the food.
Answer: The Philadelphia Food Tour price includes all tastings and there are no additional fees. You are able to purchase additional food during the tour so it's advisable to bring some spending money.
Question: I am only 20 years old. Will I be able to participate with my boyfriend who is 22? I
Answer: The Philadelphia Food Tour is available to anyone over the age of 18, so you would both be fine.
Is this tour just the 2 people or would they be part of a larger group?
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry. The Philadelphia Food Tour gift certificate is for two participants, however you will be joined by up to 15 additional participants on the tour.
Question: Yes, I was wondering where the food tour goes to...what 3 places? Is it a walking tour...do you walk from place to place or do you need transportation?
Answer: The Philadelphia Food Tour is a walking tour, with no more than 30 mins walking in the 2 hours.
The specific places may vary according to availability and seasonality, but all have been chosen for their diversity and friendliness, as well as providing a taste of real Philadelphia.
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