These tours accentuate culinary and cultural exploration. They feature five different food and cultural walking tours that vary in theme and neighborhood. From discovering the famous Pike Place Market to enjoying a good buzz from the Booze n’ Bites Tour, guests will find no shortage of ways to eat and drink their way through Seattle. Tours run daily and cost ...
Restaurants near Savor Seattle Food Tours
- 10.66 mi0.66 mi from Savor Seattle Food Tours5 reviews
I suddenly remember going to Beth's when i was watching the Travel Channel Man Vs Food- and realized..heyy, Ive been there! Actually, i vaguely remember what i ate, but the restaurant had this unique decor, with artist from all over the world (artist as in you and i everyday artist) paper drawing pasted all over the walls ! I think ...Popular withBudgetLocalNightlife
- 20.68 mi0.68 mi from Savor Seattle Food Tours4 reviews
A great place to sample NW beers, tucked into the non-touristy Greenwood neighborhood. The average tourist won't have much reason to venture this far north, but beer fans should make a special trip. 20+ NW and regional craft beer taps, and a great vegetarian friendly pub-grub menu.Popular withVegetarian
- 30.37 mi0.37 mi from Savor Seattle Food Tours
Many a journey has been made to find the best clam chowder along the western coast. San Francisco excursions have left me emptyhanded and Portlandia in dismay. Never no more. Thank you Seattle for delivering this wonderfully spiced bowl of chowda to make me a believer of all that is good in mankind.
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- 70.41 mi0.41 mi from Savor Seattle Food Tours1 review
- 80.72 mi0.72 mi from Savor Seattle Food Tours1 review
The burritos here are huge (and that's just the small ones). Delicious flavors, plenty of seating, or easy to grab and go.
- 90.72 mi0.72 mi from Savor Seattle Food Tours1 review
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- 110.69 mi0.69 mi from Savor Seattle Food Tours1 review
Tasty AND gluten-free!
- 120.84 mi0.84 mi from Savor Seattle Food Tours
This is a small little family run deli in the bottom floor of an office building complex on the north side of Seattle. It is owned by a Korean family, with Mom, Pop and Son all working here, serving the office workers and technical training school basic snacks and sundries. I had a bagel with cream cheese and a coffee, ...
- 132.31 mi2.31 mi from Savor Seattle Food Tours
If you're looking for a great sandwich, this is the place to go. The sandwiches are a bit messy to eat, at least I thought so, but that's because they stuff the sandwiches pretty full. We didn't have an issue with long lines when we went, and we were able to find a table in the small shack that is ...Popular withFoodiesBudgetLocal
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- 153.37 mi3.37 mi from Savor Seattle Food Tours
Canlis offered one of the best meals I've ever had in Seattle. It's fancy yet unpretentious, tasteful, exquisite, and so refined. The food and the decor! This is the perfect date place, boys and girls. Prepare to empty out your wallets because if the bill doesn't kill you, your credit card payment will. I got to try my friend's Pappy ...Popular withFoodiesLocalLuxury
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- 182.77 mi2.77 mi from Savor Seattle Food Tours7 reviews
I am sad. Sad that Trophy Cupcakes only exists in Seattle, 900 miles away from my home. Trophy trumps any cupcakery I have ever been to. EVER. Everything, from the super moist cake and the creamy frosting to the lovely presentation makes these cupcakes PERFECT in every which way. Why, oh why must you be so far away? I had ...Popular withLuxuryAdventureStudents
- 192.71 mi2.71 mi from Savor Seattle Food Tours10 reviews
Ivar's is a Seattle institution, and the location is wonderful because you have a view of Lake Union... but the food is so-so. Service can be slow and hectic on a busy evening especially in their bar because it's basically happy hour all night. Their clam chowder is the best thing on the menu, and that's about it.Popular withLocalFoodiesFamilies
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