North Carolina Triangle Food Tour
Eat Your Way through Downtown Chapel Hill, Raleigh, Durham or Cary
Price for 2 participants
Put on your walking shoes, bring your appetite for fun and get ready to taste your way through one of four delicious towns in The Triangle! During this southern culinary adventure, you and your guest will have the chance to explore either: Chapel Hill & Carrboro, Downtown Raleigh, Durham or Cary, North Carolina!
This exciting three-hour experience gift is truly a gastronomic journey. The fun begins when you meet with your friendly and knowledgeable Guide on Saturday afternoon. They will lead you and the rest of the guests on a 1½ to 2 mile excursion through the neighborhood of your choosing. Along the Food Tour you will stop at about six gourmet locations to sample both sweet and savory bites. You will have the opportunity to learn about the history of the area and even met the purveyors of the eateries you visit. From ethnic cuisine to southern favorites, discover the best foods in The Triangle!
So whether you are looking for a unique gift or a fun Saturday afternoon adventure, these 5-Star Triangle Food Tours are the ticket!
What to wear
This is a walking tour, therefore participants must be able to walk between two and three miles.
Gratuities are not included but are greatly appreciated and may be offered at the end of the event.
ITEM/SKU NUMBER XD-1153-003
Xperience Certificates« cannot be exchanged once a reservation for the experience has been made.
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
We so enjoyed our travels and tastings through the streets of Chapel Hill and Carrboro. Our guide was great, and we were introduced to a few restaurants that we would love to visit again. The presentations of the restaurants were quite nice, and the afternoon......a delight! Will probably do the Xperience Days again!!
- Connie Jones - Gastonia, NC, Tuesday, March 27, 2012
This was a fun afternoon. Just the right amount of walking and talking. Loved the Chocolate Door! But nothing was bad either.
- Lyn - NC, Tuesday, September 27, 2011
We had a great time and are considering doing a Raleigh & Durham tour (in cooler weather). The tour was well organized and the tour guide very knowledgable. The food was delicious and we can't wait to return to most locations. Mint, Panzanella and Glasshalful are top on our list. Vimala's was our least favorite stop. We loved the story and the tea but thought the food was average. Maybe it was because Mint was so good or maybe because it was the end of a very hot day. Again, the experience was wonderful and look forward to future tours.
- Ann Lackey - Chapel Hill, Sunday, August 07, 2011
Great tour, well led, good selections, enjoyable company.
- Lee Sherrill - Chapel Hill NC, Tuesday, June 07, 2011
This was our first tour but not our last. We had a great time walking and tasting. From Cban and Polish to Southern and Chocolate, it was all good. 8 different places. We were all stuffed at the end, it was a good thing we walked. Very nice guide also.
- Angela - Cary Food Tour, Wednesday, June 23, 2010
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