Duration: 3.25 hours; $94; Attention all foodies: Heaven is a place on earth. It's called Uptown Oakland. Come tour "America's best neighborhood" and sample some of the most delicious food and drinks in the Bay Area. It is sure to pique your interest, and appetite! While learning about the historical significance of the area, you'll have Calavera's tacos on handmade heirloom corn tortillas, followed by empandas and house-made beer at Woods Bar & Brewery, chocolate-covered bars at Sweet Bar Bakery (owned by Michael Jackson's former personal chef), and much more! Silence your rumbling stomach in Oakland!
Explore what has been called "America's best neighborhood"and indulge in delicious food and drinks
Munch on a pastrami reuben and sip on craft cocktails as your tour the culinary renaissance that is Uptown Oakland
Visit famous eateries, including Calavera, Woods Bar & Brewery, Sweet Bar Bakery, Plum Bar, and Two Mile Wines!
Walk off all of the delicious eats as you stroll through Oakland, perusing all it has to offer
Ferry Building and Farmers' Market Culinary Tour
Duration: 3 hours; $70; MSG, trans fat, high fructose corn syrup -- yuck! It's time to put the food back in your food. Produce, locally made cheese, artisan breads -- that's more like it! You may have been to markets before, but you've never been to one like this! This is the original Ferry Building tour operating since 2004. San Francisco's iconic Ferry Building hosts dozens of nationally acclaimed vendors twice a week. Here you can munch on Mt. Tam cheese from Cowgirl Creamery, chow down on "meat-cones" stuffed with house cured fennel salami and freshly made mortadella from Boccalone, sample locally made spring rolls from Out the Door, and taste much much more! There's something for everyone, and you're sure to leave with a happy and full tummy! Farmers' market food is better for the community, the environment, and your body, so do the right thing and join this farmer's market culinary tour!
Take the original tour of the Ferry Building operating since 2004
Visit the transportation hub and farmer's market paradise that is San Francisco's iconic ferry building
Munch on items such as French macarons, spring rolls, and house cured fennel salumi from dozens of nationally acclaimed vendors
Step out of your comfort zone and try food you might never find of its kind elsewhere
Spend a relaxing day perusing and sampling from the Bay Area's best market
Mission 18th Street Food Tour
Duration: 2.5 hours; $99; If tacos and tequila make your mouth water, you might want to do yourself a favor and book this walking tour right now. The Mission's Valencia corridor is home to a newfound wave of culinary genius. The rapidly changing 18th Street neighborhood is becoming known as the busiest and most buzz-worthy eatery location in the entire country! Throughout your journey, you'll explore the famous murals of The Mission. An art docent may accompany the group to explain further details of the surrounding art. Get treated like a VIP as you jump the long lines and hop right into the restaurants and stores right away. Nosh on delicious Mexican fare from Mission Community Market, tacos and tequila from Tacolicious, sinfully yummy treats from Craftsman and Wolves, and a scoop of homemade ice cream from Bi-Rite Creamery. If that doesn't make your stomach growl in anticipation, you might want to check your growler apparatus.
Discover The Mission's Valencia corridor, a foodie's paradise whose cuisine is gaining rapid popularity throughout the Bay Area
Jump the lines and delve into local fare, including tacos, homemade ice cream, and sweet pastries.
Get the VIP treatment as you enjoy a day of indulgence while the others wait their turn
Meet the chefs and storeowners themselves and hear their stories of culinary success
Cancellation Policy: There are no refunds; all sales are final.