Raleigh Culinary Walking Tour
Enjoy a Three Hour Raleigh Culinary Walking Tour For Two
Price for 2 participants
Enjoy Downtown Raleigh as you and your guest embark on a guided three hour food tour, sprinkled with historical tidbits of North Carolina’s Capital. The three-mile journey begins with a visit to Krispy Kreme Doughnuts. This American favorite was actually founded in Winston-Salem, North Carolina on July 13th, 1937.
Once you have enjoyed a Hot Original Glazed Doughnut, it’s time to stop for coffee at The Morning Times, before you head to the Square Rabbit for homemade treats and Mecca for a delicious ham biscuit. Head to Clyde Cooper's Barbecue, locally-owned deli Pharaoh's American Grill and local favorite - Big Ed’s City Market Restaurant and more!
Overall, you will visit between five and seven local eateries during the food tour and learn about Raleigh’s rich history. Whether you are a native to The City of Oaks or this is your first visit to the State Capital, this delicious Scenic Walking Food Tour in Raleigh, makes a great gift for any occasion.
What to wear
This is a walking tour, therefore participants must be able to walk two to three miles.
Gratuities are not included but are greatly appreciated and may be offered at the end of the event.
ITEM/SKU NUMBER XD-1153-001
Xperience Certificates® cannot be exchanged once a reservation for the experience has been made.
If the date is canceled by the Culinary Walking Tour, you will reschedule with the Food Tour Company for a different date.
So, yeah. Full disclosure. This was our first 'food tour' so we were a tad uncertain going in, armed only with the written description of this experience. We had a blast!! We walked. We ate. We met some very interesting people who joined us for the tour. We walked. We ate more. It was great. The part we liked the best was the opportunity to visit with the chefs. At every stop, the chef would serve something in which they took great pride. They would come out to greet the tour group. Several are involved with the competitive cooking circuit, and we were tasting their competition-winning creations. Tapping into their creative genius was insightful, as they shared their perspective on international culture, life, love and gastronomy. The last stop, they pretty much served us a complete meal. We had delightful weather, and the walk in between settled us and gave space for the next exploration. For someone on a caloric budget, these were calories well-spent!
- Tom - Sidewalks of Raleigh, NC, Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Great choices and great tour guide! I love in Raleigh and had not been to any of the places that we visited. So it is even great for locals.
- Karen - Raleigh, Tuesday, May 08, 2012
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