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Historic Northeast Minneapolis Food Tour

  • Enjoy a walking food tour of the historic Minneapolis Riverfront
  • Stop at six select restaurants to sample their best bites
  • Learn about Minnesota’s history, culture and architecture
Historic Northeast Minneapolis Food Tour
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11am NE Minneapolis Food Tour
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3 hour walking tour of Northeast Minneapolis departing at 11am, 6+ food stops
From $48.00
Weekday Hist. NEMpls.Food Tour
3 hour walking tour of a Northeast Minneapolis neighborhood, departing at 1:00 pm, 6 food stops.
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1pm NE Minneapolis Food Tour
3 hour walking tour of Northeast Minneapolis departing at 1pm, 6+ food stops
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Discover some of the best bites in Minneapolis on this guided, 3-hour, small-group food tour. Venture off the beaten path and explore the Nicollet Island/East Bank neighborhood, located just across the Mississippi River from Downtown Minneapolis. Soak up Minnesota history, culture and architecture while visiting six of the best restaurants in the Twin Cities. Sample sausages, authentic Neapolitan pizza, traditional Greek desserts, local cheeses and more.
What to Expect
This food tasting and cultural walking tour begins at Kramarczuk’s, a Polish deli and restaurant featuring Eastern European staples and homemade sausages.

Explore the Nicollet Island neighborhood, where Minneapolis began, and stroll along the banks of the Mississippi River. Learn about its historical importance and stop at select restaurants along the way. Visit historic Chute Square, located near St. Anthony Main on the riverfront and home to the Ard Godfrey House, the oldest remaining wood frame home in the Twin Cities.

At each food stop, get an insider’s view and enjoy the local favorites at each establishment. Visit six locations, which could include sausages (the same ones that are served at Target Field, home of Major League Baseball’s Minnesota Twins), authentic Neapolitan pizza, traditional Greek desserts and local cheeses. Also, sample dumplings from two different cultures and enjoy locally made gelato.
Reviews (80)
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Reviewed October 29, 2018
Super fun tour with excellent eats and helpful information

We had a great time on this tour. We hit eastern European, Italian, Greek, and Nepalese food as well as a gelato and a cheese stop. Our tour guide was fun with lots of facts about the area as you walk around the area.. Some...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Tim_of_Gilbert
Reviewed October 17, 2018

This was a great experience and well worth doing! Our group was a mix of locals and out of towners; all of us learned something about Minneapolis history and the local food scene. Our guide, Andrea, was knowledgeable, engaging and very enthusiastic! Food was terrific...More

Date of experience: October 2018
1  Thank Margaret L
Reviewed October 14, 2018
Awesome food, great guide!

Becca was our guide and she was AWESOME. Very knowledgeable about the area and knew a lot about the places we stopped at. We lived in Minneapolis for ten years and we learned some interesting things on the tour.

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Dan B
Reviewed October 13, 2018 via mobile
Foodies Dream Event

Great variety of great food! Baca, our guide, was awesome! Especially loved the cheese (Ike was a passionate certified cheese professional) and the chocolate boughgatsa was THE perfect ending for the experience. Must do if you like food!

Thank Todd P
Reviewed October 11, 2018
Great history of Minneapolis

I attended by myself during a recent stay in Minneapolis. There were 8 of us on the tour, 6 also visiting from out of the area. We visited 6 or so iconic eateries and buildings, taking in some of the local history in between. The...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank debra f
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November 6, 2018|
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Response from Tim_of_Gilbert | Reviewed this property |
There's a paying parking lot right next to the meeting point, but I saw some street parking a few blocks NW of the meeting place.
Sharon E
August 1, 2018|
Response from Verbm | Reviewed this property |
Definitely. We had a 14 year old in our group and he had a great time.
June 12, 2018|
Response from Mark B | Reviewed this property |
There is plenty of metered street parking in the area. There are also parking garages along the river. When you sign up, they suggest a number of places to park within walking distance.
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