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The Triangle's original walking food tour. There are 7 different delicious, food tasting, walking tours- two in Downtown Raleigh (the original), Chapel Hill & Carrboro, two in Downtown Durham, Downtown Cary and Lafayette Village in North Raleigh..
Explore and discover a culinary and historical perspective of downtown Raleigh, Chapel Hill & Carrboro, Durham and Cary that only an insider might know.
You can expect an interesting, informative, delicious and fun filled 3 hour guided walking food-tasting tour through downtown Raleigh like nothing you've experienced before. Two very different tours are offered, depending upon your interests and time schedule. Saturday afternoon's walking food tour features Raleigh's Global Gastronomy . We have carefully selected several stops along the way to create an international culinary tasting experience at a cross-section of unique Raleigh establishments. Click here to learn more. The Comfort Food Edition of the tour focuses more on Raleigh's past so you can step back in time and experience what it was like when things were not quite so hectic.
The Chapel Hill & Carrboro Food Tour
On this novel tour, or should we say leisurely walk through downtown streets, we'll be pausing numerous times for sample tastings & personal insights from a cross-section of the areas finest and most unique establishments. With this tour you get to experience both Chapel Hill and Carrboro for the price of one and see why Bon Appetit refers to this area as America's Foodiest Small Town. Click here for more details on the Downtown Chapel Hill / Carrboro Tour.
Downtown Durham Walking Food Tour
On this guided journey through the streets of West Durham, you'll gain an informal, historical perspective of this community, while you experience new insights from the sample tastings and stories when you visit a variety of hidden culinary gems that now help define this revitalized city today. Click here for more details on the Downtown Durham Tour.
Walking Food Tour
Journey with a small group through the streets of Cary's downtown (often overlooked by Triangle residents), and you will quickly gain a sense of the history, culture and cuisine found in the heart of this community. Click here for more details on the Cary tour.