If you’re still looking for a last minute gift for that foodie in your life, why not consider a Philadelphia Food Tour? Here are several good ones you shouldn’t miss.
Chinatown Food Tours
Chinatown Food Tours is a 2 to 2 ½ walking and eating tour of the popular neighborhood curated by Jamie Shankar. Within a three-block radius of Philadelphia’s Chinatown, you’ll stop at 5 different establishments, exploring different styles of eating venues along the way. A Chinese market tour is also optional at the end of our trip. If you’re looking to broaden your horizons and explore Chinatown and Chinese cuisine, this is the food tour to take!
Chestnut Hill Food Tour
Chestnut Hill has a lot of great restaurants and Chew Philly Food Tours knows them like no other. They’ve put together a great walking and tasting tour of the neighborhood. Not only will you stop at 6 establishments for mouth-watering nibbles, but you’ll take in the gorgeous residential architecture and learn some history as you stroll downtown. Don’t miss their Manayunk Food Tour, too.
Fishtown Food Tour
Fishtown is the hottest neighborhood in Philadelphia right now. Te food and restaurant scene in Fishtown is smoking hot. The people behind Philly Foodies Tour put together a Fishtown Food Tour so you can immerse yourself in the rich food, history, and culture of this hip and happening neighborhood. They offer a food tour and a cocktail tour so there’s something for everyone to enjoy. I’ve personally taken this tour so I can vouch for it. It’s a lot of fun and tasty!
Philly Cheesesteak Tour
Hey, we’re known for cheesesteaks so you know there has to be a cheesesteak tour. If you know a cheesesteak lover, the Philly Cheesesteak Tour is the one to pick. There are 5 different cheesesteak stops including a vegan option. It’s a great way to see the city, too. You climb on a bus, they drive you around, you eat cheesesteaks, and see the sights. How bad could that be? Don’t answer that.
East Passyunk Food Tour
Let Chef Jacquie introduce you to the hidden gems of South Philly’s Restaurant Row. East Passyunk Avenue’s restaurant scene has been killing it for well over a decade. So if you want to go on a true culinary adventure in Philadelphia, you’ll really love this tour. There’s a lunch option and dinner option on the East Passyunk Food Tour. Can’t choose? Pick both! Chef Jacquie also does food tours in the Italian Market and Chestnut Hill. Chef Jacquie is a South Philly native, so rest assured, you’ll be in good hands and learn a lot from a true pro!