Taste your way through Portland's bustling downtown on a food tour with a local guide. You'll visit both established favorites and trendy food carts to sample a variety of dishes, from Cuban sandwiches to seasonal soups to a salted caramel bar, washed down with regional craft beer and Oregon wine, of course. As you walk, learn about the area's history and current culture from your insider guide. This food tour is limited to 12 people, ensuring you enjoy a small-group experience.
Your food walking tour of downtown Portland begins and ends with your guide, stopping at some of the most popular restaurants and food trucks in the neighborhood. Exact itineraries vary slightly each day, but you can expect an array of food and drinks enjoyed at locations that show you the wide range of Portland's culinary scene, from upscale eateries to casual classics to sweet shops. You may try smoked fish paired with local cider, a Mexican dish that only uses ingredients from local farmers markets, handmade dumplings, the best falafel in town, single-origin chocolate, a glass of Oregon wine or a whoopie pie.
In between stops, pass by local attractions and hear from your guide about the area's history, perhaps how the Pearl District evolved from a warehouse quarter to one of the city's trendiest neighborhoods or how Portland got its name. Your tour ends at a local dessert spot, a perfect way to end a delicious tour!
Total walking distance on this tour is 1.5 miles (2.4 km) and takes place on flat terrain.
Your food tour makes six stops, which may include the following (subject to change):