28 Aug 4 Seattle Food Tours That Will Make Your Mouth Water
Being the largest city in Washington State, Seattle has a lot to offer. Nestled between the rolling mountains, large bodies of water and lush evergreen forests, you can see why thousands of tourists flock to The Emerald City. If food is the aim of your travel you couldn’t go far wrong either; famous for the Seattle style hot dog, seafood and craft beer. And now they have a range of Food Tours that are guaranteed to get your mouth watering and your taste buds tingling.
Here are our top 4:
1. Chocolate Indulgence: The Walking Tour of Seattle
This two hours walking tour offers plenty of delicious delights for anyone with a sweet tooth – because let’s face it, what goes better with Seattle coffee than chocolate? Sample handmade chocolates, wander around the city and learn where the chocolate comes from and how it is made. Lasting over two hours, we are sure you will love every mouth-watering mouthful.
2. The Beer And Wine Tour – Pike Place Market
Pike Place Market covers a huge area, over a massive nine acres. So why not let a local guide take you around the best vendors, stopping for six different tasting sessions. You will also be able to get all the insider knowledge on the best places in town to grab a bite, and you’ll also receive an exclusive range of discounts on produce with certain vendors.
3. Seattle’s Local Fish Store Visit & A Sushi Rolls Class
If you are a sushi fan this is a great interactive tour experience. First, you will get the chance to head down to the local fish market at Elliott Bay waterfront, to pick up fresh ingredients ready for your sushi roll class! Not only will you get to meet local merchants, work with master sushi chefs but after you’ll get to enjoy your own dishes in a small group.
4. Food Walking Tours in conjunction with Seattle Cultural Food Tours
Eat like a local on this food walking tour, going through the historically diverse neighborhoods of Seattle, this walk is not only about tasting a wonderful range of foods but you will also learn about Seattle broad range of culture and the effect that different influences have had on the cities identity and its dishes. It includes food tasting, local samples, and fresh harvest products.
As you can see Seattle has a lot to offer and a food tour will give you a chance to explore the city, meet locals and it will definitely be delicious!