This tour was delightful. Great way to experience the neighborhood and the food. Strongly recommend.
Meet your guide in the afternoon at the Gassy Jack Statue in historic Gastown. Learn about the history and architecture of the area as you set off for the first stop.
On arrival at Six Acres, enjoy samples of classic Canadian poutine, freshly-made cheese curds, and craft beer. As you continue on the walking tour, visit interest you might not notice if exploring on your own, such as the iconic Blood Alley.
Wander off the beaten path with your guide for a slice of gourmet pizza, a crispy porchetta sandwich, and cocktails. Vegetarian and pescatarian options are available if confirmed in advance.
Satisfy your sweet tooth with dessert as the tour comes to a close. Before you leave, your guide provides further recommendations for the area and coupons for select establishments.
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My wife and I were a part of 14 people that did this tour. We have done similar tours in NYC and Europe. The food was much more plentiful (portion size) than other tours, was very large and good variety. Alcoholic drinks included were provided....More
We thoroughly enjoyed the Gastronomic Gastown tour with Tracey. She was an excellent tour guide, funny and informative. The food was delicious and it was just the right amount of walking. We liked that each tasting came with an alcohol pairing. Highly recommend.
Perfect way to explore Gastown and enjoy some good food and drink along the way. You hear a bit about the history of Gastown and enjoy very accessible food in just 3 hours. On our tour we enjoyed porchetta sandwiches, pizza, tacos, and creme brûlée...More
Thank you for taking the time to review your Gastronomic Gastown Tour! We are so glad you had a great time with Tracy, tasting all the delectable dishes around Gastown. We hope you can join us for another foodie tour sometime soon!
We've been on 6 other food tours in American cities and this tour by far blew them away. There was so much great food and so much interesting information. Our guide, Jessie, was obviously one of the real reasons for the success. He was so...More