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We tour every Saturday at 11:30 am (tour duration 2.5 hours)

A list of all the current tasting locations can be found at the Taste of Celebration Food Tour page and are subject to change. Tasting Locations

We suggest you have a regular breakfast the morning of the tour. The tastings will be at least the equivalent of a full meal and we start tasting at 11:45.

For those who book a food tour with Celebrate Food Tour, you will receive 1 (one) VIP Dine 4 Less Card (a $30 value) which allows up to 4 people up to 25% discounts at participating restaurants. Cards will be distributed at the end of your food tour. Visit www.dine4lesscard.com to learn more.

The tours are held rain or shine In the event of inclement weather, we will be able to go inside many of the establishments on the tour. We strongly suggest you bring an umbrella or poncho if it looks like it may rain.. However, we advise to check the weather conditions for your days event and dress appropriately.

Absolutely not! Besides the delicious food and drink tastings, your guide will enlighten you about the history, architecture, culture and provide you lots of fun facts about the town. You will also learn about what you are tasting and some tidbits about each establishment you visit.

Yes, all tours offer alternative tasting options for vegetarians.

Gratuities are greatly appreciated, although not mandatory. The standard gratuity in the service industry is 15%-20%. Gratuities for the wait staff at the tasting locations are already taken care of by Celebrate Food Tours.

Please be sure and let us know if you (or anyone in your group) has a dietary restriction (e.g. vegetarian, diabetic, allergy, etc.) when you purchase your tickets. There is a section to fill out during the online purchase to notify us. As long as we know in advance, we will do our best to accommodate your needs.

Yes, bathrooms are available during the tour at all tasting locations.

Yes. Cameras and filming are allowed during the tour. We strongly encourage participants to take photos during the tour and share on social media.

We ask that you please wait to shop until after the tour so that we can stay on our food-tasting schedule and continue with the informative tour and food tastings in a timely manner. We ask you allow time at the end of the tour to return to your favorite locations and/or stores. The tours are on a schedule to arrive at each tasting location so its important to stay on schedule so the food is freshly prepared for the participants.

The Taste of Celebration Food Tour route is wheelchair and baby stroller friendly and accessible.

Yes, Celebrate Food Tours Gift Certificates are available for all tours offered. To purchase or learn more about our Gift Certificates, please call 800-656-0713 or click here Purchase Gift Certificate(s)

Yes, we only offer tours in English at this time.

Yes- all guests must purchase a ticket whether they plan to partake in the food tastings or not. Non-paying individuals will not able to join the tour for any reason(s). The ticket fees help cover the costs of all the food samplings and also to pay for your tour guide(s) wages, whom are offering valuable commentary on historical, architectural, cultural and restaurant information during our tours.

Tours generally last about 2 3/4 hours and participants can expect to be standing or walking for at least half of the time. We walk at a moderate pace for 1.1 miles and also provide at least four sit-down locations on all of our tours for at least 70 minutes total during the tour.


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