Thinking of taking a tour around the home city of Microsoft, Starbucks and Frasier? Here is our list of the best food and drink tours in Seattle.
Taking into account quality of the itinerary, previous customer reviews and value for money, we here at TravelMag.com have compiled our list of the best five options.
FROM: $81.09/per person
A hugely popular walking tour that has received rave reviews from everybody, this three hour walking tour includes tastings at some of the top restaurants in the city. Drink tastings are also included in the price. The tour passes through Downtown to Pike Place Market with tastings at seven different locations and three wine and cocktail pairings. History buffs will also learn more about the local area along the way.
From $64/ per person
Another classic food tour, at a lower price practices what is known as a progressive dinner: three courses, each one at a different restaurant. A vegetarian option is also available. The tour also stops by the Rob Roy cocktail lounge for a craft cocktail, included in the price. The food is prepared and cooked by some of the top chefs in Seattle.
From $63.02/ per person
Tour three local Seattle distilleries, learning about the state of the city’s liquor production today, whilst discovering the history of it dating back to prohibition times. Transportation between each distillery is by Mercedes-Benz. You can try samples of more than 12 locally produced spirits including gin and whisky. Also included is a cocktail that is served along with delicious snacks.
From $59.16/ per person
This is another popular food tour that focuses on the top restaurants in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. Certainly the most extensive food tour on this list, enjoy the 15 food and drink tastings on offer from cupcakes to Korean-style tacos (whatever they are). This range of food celebrates how eclectic Capitol Hill really is. The tour lasts around two hours.
From $59.17/ per person
The price may seem a little high at first but you get what you pay for, and this is the ultimate tour for chocolate aficionados. The 2 hour walking tour includes a wide variety of tastings from various confectioners and even teaches you the process by which fine chocolate is made. Tastings include the local delicacy Tom Douglas’ Triple Coconut Cream Pie.