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Bite San Diego Food Tours

Date/Time

Jan 14, 2011 to Feb 10, 2015

This event occurs weekly, on Friday and Saturday.

Description

America’s finest city has a new treat for foodies: Bite San Diego, a food tasting and cultural walking tour (launched last month).

Bite San Diego will feature a guided tasting tour through Downtown & Little Italy as its first tour route. With tours scheduled every Friday and Saturday starting at noon, Bite San Diego will take up to 15 guests on a 1.5 mile tour of six noted restaurants. For Bite San Diego’s Downtown tour, guests will be hosted by: · Royal India, voted San Diego’s “Best Indian” restaurant for several years · Currant, San Diego’s modern American Brasserie in the historic Sofia hotel · Karl Strauss, San Diego’s first micro-brewery · Indigo Grill, a progressive “Pacific Rim” inspired restaurant by local famed chef, Debra Scott · The Glass Door, overlooking the harbor at the top of the Porto Vista Hotel · Café Zucchero, a traditional Italian bakery and café owned by the Busalacchi family Each restaurant will offer a generous taste of a signature dish and/or beverage, and guests will be treated to an overview of the establishment’s highlights and cuisine.

Tickets are $39 per person and booked in advance, online through Bite San Diego’s website.

About Bite: Bite San Diego offers big, bold, bite-filled tours, taking you inside the restaurants that have impacted and made San Diego’s culinary scene what it is and where it’s going. Experienced tour guides introduce you to the tastes making San Diego’s food scene one of the hottest in the country. Guests are led on an exploration of the history, roots, and reasons San Diego is becoming a food fantasy mecca for locals and visitors the world over.

Cost

$39

Location

View map BAM Communications
237 J Street
Suite 203
San Diego, CA

Additional Information

Sponsor

Bite San Diego

Phone

619-634-8476

We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of this information. However, you should always call ahead to confirm dates, times, location, and other information.

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