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Williamsburg Walking Food Tour

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Williamsburg, United States
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icon3 hours  (Approx.)
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Overview

Spend the afternoon eating your way through Williamsburg. Explore the neighborhood and meet some stars of the local foodies scene. The tour will take you to a handful of restaurants, specialty food shops, and producers where you taste everything from gourmet mac and cheese and Blue Talon Bistro, to a selection of baked goods from Justified Bake Shop, to a flight of local beers from Green Leafe Café, and so much more. Get an inside look at what makes the food scene so cool and bookmark spots to return to.
  • Discover Williamsburg’s gourmet food scene on a 3-hour walking food tour
  • Visit restaurants, specialty food shops, and local producers and taste everything from Pastries to peanuts
  • Sample sugars and spices, handmade pizza, gourmet mac and cheese and a craft beer flight
  • Get to know the neighborhood and meet the local chefs and producers creating the vibrant food scene.
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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What is the maximum group size during Williamsburg Walking Food Tour?
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This activity will have a maximum of 16 travelers.

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Traveler Tips


  • "We recommend this tour, but suggest that you don't precede it with another two hour walking tour unless you are in great shape." See review
  • "A couple of the stops were at nice food shops, but those samples can be had without the assistance of a food tour." See review

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Very disappointing
auntiebuzz
, Dec 2019
This is the reason we decided to book a vacation over Thanksgiving. The description said NO REFUNDS. After booking the food tour, I scrambled to find accomodations. This was done at the End of September. We were Very Much looking forward to this experience. A confirmation email was sent to me. THEN, the evening before the tour, I received a text that IT WAS CANCELLED! We then had to Totally reorganize our day and find lunch somewhere On a very busy Thanksgiving day-
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We had fun but I've been on much better food tours
hereandtherevagabond
, Aug 2019
Our guide was very outgoing and did her best to make the tour enjoyable. Some of the stops were very good and others just OK. I've been on many food tours and they usually present a wealth of information about the town, the architecture, the restaurants and the food and drink we will taste. Usually, the destinations are carefully chosen for their historical value, atmosphere, or signature dishes. Al lot of that was missing in this trip. Our guide had minimal information about Williamsburg, the restaurants or the food we were tasting. A couple of the stops were pizza and subs - food that can be eaten pretty much anywhere. A couple of the stops were at nice food shops, but those samples can be had without the assistance of a food tour. With all the wonderful cuisine and historic locations in Williamsburg, this could have been much better. That said, we did very much enjoy the mac and cheese at Blue Talon Bistro and the cupcake at Justified Bakery. We enjoyed the company of our group and April sincerely did her best to make the tour fun.
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A Long Hot Walk, But the Food Was Good
MandV1964
, Jun 2018
With the temperatures in the low nineties, and having already done a two hour walking tour, the three hour tour, some of the walking was a strain for our 70 year old bodies. Our guide did a great job of not going too fast while she added interesting information about the places visited and Williamsburg. We visited nine establishments, including a spice shop, candy stores, regular restaurants, a craft beer tasting, and a bakery. Al were interesting and the samples provided outstanding. We later returned to two of the restaurants for full meals. We recommend this tour, but suggest that you don't precede it with another two hour walking tour unless you are in great shape.
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The most disappointing food tour we...
Doreen M
, Feb 2018
The most disappointing food tour we have taken. The guide read from a script to introduce and begin the tour. We toured stores that were on streets that you would visit without a tour guide. They included two chocolate shops and a peanut shop. Then went to two delis which had fair that wasnt unique. Subs and wings! Asked the guide to tell us some tidbits/stories of the area, she had nothing but what her children liked as young children.

Product code: 51473P1

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