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Downtown Delicacy - San Antonio Walking Food Tour

  • Small group ensures personal service
  • Get inside tips from a local
  • Led by a local guide
Downtown Delicacy - San Antonio Walking Food Tour
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Downtown Delicacy - San Antonio Walking Food Tour
If you’re looking for great food and a good time, look no further. The city of San Antonio is famously known for the Riverwalk and the Alamo but is quickly becoming a foodie destination. It doesn’t matter if you live here or are just visiting for a few days, this tour is an experience you don’t want to miss. Whether it is traditional Tex-Mex or dishes unique to San Antonio, this tour will excite your taste buds and show you a side of The Alamo City never seen before. Take a journey on this interactive and engaging tour, spanning over 3 hours with 5 stops.
What to Expect

Join in and indulge in tastes from some of San Antonio’s finest restaurants. You’ll enjoy Cuban sliders while overlooking a stunning section of the Riverwalk. You’ll learn of one chef’s dream to introduce the Alamo City to the delicious Creole cuisine from his hometown of Louisiana. You’ll experience a tangy twist as you watch one of San Antonio’s favorite dishes prepared for you right at your table. And you’ll sample a variety of meats and cheeses from around the world at one of the city’s newest award-winning wine bars.

The skilled tour guides will share unique elements of the city’s history along the way. With stops at city parks, local performing arts venues, and historical landmarks, you’ll come away with a deeper understanding of the roots of San Antonio and the direction of its future. Whether you’re visiting or you’ve been here for years, you’ll love the behind-the-scenes insight into the cultural heritage and culinary expertise in San Antonio. 

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1 - 5 of 87 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago
Fun and informative food tour--worth the money!

My boyfriend and I totally enjoyed this food tour. There were 5 stops, all great. Our favorite was the last stop at the popsicle place, so so yummy! Oh and La Panaderia was delicious, we actually stopped there again on our trip. Jordan was an...More

Thank Alex P
Reviewed June 2, 2018
Fun and delicious, multicultural food experience plus San Antonio historic highlights

This walking food tour in San Antonio exceeded my expectations! Each stop on the tour was a different cultural flavor - from Cuban, Spanish bakery, Tex-Mex, French, and more. The tasting at each restaurant was a hearty sample and were delightful off-the-beaten-path spots. I went...More

Thank Meg A
Reviewed May 12, 2018 via mobile
Lots of fun, food was great and the tour was informative

We left full, Mikey was great. We did five stops, Cubano sliders, Mexican sweet breads, chicken chalupa, crem brulee, and fresh guacamole made at the table. There was a chance for drinks twice.

Thank sublxed
Reviewed May 8, 2018
Delicious food, history and humor!

Worth the money and the walk! Bethany was informative, humorous and willing to answer all questions. We really enjoyed the easy walk and the highlights of San Antonio history. The paletas (Mexican popsicles) were a delicous way to end - try the Fruity Pebbles for...More

Thank Rose H
Reviewed March 20, 2018

Our family took the Food Tour this past Sunday with a wonderful tour guide, Bethany. Not only was it educational, but the food was amazing and the tour was so much fun!!! We got to do samples at 5 different locations, and each place was...More

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Jasmine B
August 7, 2018|
Response from Rose H | Reviewed this property |
It was quite a bit of walking, and it was hot. The last stop was the furthest out - well worth it with the delicious paletas! Bring water (they give you a small bottle) and a hat if it is hot. The walking is at an easy... More
Jacqueline L
June 3, 2018|
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Response from 514joshuat | Reviewed this property |
I’m not positive, I’d say no cause there’s two locations that have alcohol involved.