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Food and Culinary Walking Tour of North Beach

  • A guide leads the way on this food walking tour of North Beach 
  • Learn about one of San Francisco’s most popular neighborhoods
  • No need to eat beforehand—this tour’s tastings are sure to fill you up
Food and Culinary Walking Tour of North Beach
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Food and Culinary Walking Tour of North Beach
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This food and culinary walking tour of North Beach is for anyone who doesn’t want to spend time trying to figure out where to eat in the San Francisco neighborhood. Explore Little Italy on foot to try some of the best food the area has to offer, everything from pizza to seafood to chocolate. With up to six food samples, make sure to come hungry.
What to Expect
Meet for this food and culinary walking tour of North Beach at Italian Homemade Company, and get ready to try some of the area’s best food.

Set off on foot with a guide as you pop into trendy eateries, mom-and-pop bakeries, and cozy cafes. Along your way, you sample up to six different foods, everything from Italian fare to chocolate, as your guide tells you about the significance of what you’re eating and the shop you’re in. You also learn about how North Beach got the nickname of Little Italy.

Your food and culinary walking tour of North Beach ends on the famous Columbus Avenue.
Reviews (135)
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Reviewed 14 October 2018 via mobile

We had another company cancel on us last minute. I was able to call and reserve this tour 30 min before it started. The tour and guide did not disappoint! I have done tons of tours in other cities and I thought this one was...More

1  Thank kaycieyates
Reviewed 13 October 2018 via mobile
Great time and we plan on doing more !!

We had a great tour with Jim and it was interesting learning some new facts about the city that I love! Also, the food was great and it was wonderful going to independent shops and restaurants. We look forward to going on more walking food...More

Thank KarenE633
Reviewed 29 December 2017
Tour guide was over 2 hours late and kept saying he would be only be 15 minutes late

Booked the North Beach Food tour. We were a party of 5 (3 international family members visiting SF). We got there on time 11:00am and was told the guide was late and it would be "15 min" by the restaurant. We sat and waited. 11:40am...More

Date of experience: December 2017
6  Thank Foodie222
Tastebud550, Owner at Tastebud Tours San Francisco Food Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 17 January 2018

This review has been reported to TripAdvisor and Viator, both have guidelines to make sure all reviews are family friendly.TripAdvisor responded "Our policy states that we will not accept reviews that contain personal insults and profanities; however, we do allow unflattering language about their experience...More

Reviewed 12 December 2017 via mobile
Fantastic Tour! Fantastic Food!

The wife and I make an annual trip to San Francisco to visit her elderly relatives and to enjoy the beauty and eats of northern California. After trekking here for the past 6 or so years and Yelping food joints, we’ve yet to experience the...More

Date of experience: December 2017
Thank adrianb72
Reviewed 17 October 2017
North Beach District Food Tour

My wife and I enjoyed a great experience during our food tour through North Beach today! There are many food tour options to choose from across San Francisco and we are confident we picked the best. Jim was our tour guide who took pride in...More

Date of experience: October 2017
1  Thank Robbie W
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