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Rocky Mountain Food Tours

Colorado Springs, CO, USA
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About Rocky Mountain Food Tours
Buy tickets for the #1 RATED FOOD AND DRINK ATTRACTION in Colorado Springs! There are many wonderful things to do in Colorado Springs, but this one takes the cake as the most delicious local attraction! Just one hour south of Denver and easy to access, our food tours highlight Colorado food and history in a fun and unique way. We’ll take you to four or five exclusive locations including a speakeasy, celebrity Chef Brother Luck’s restaurant, an underground bar, Colorado Springs’ #1 fine dining restaurant, and more! With Pikes Peak as your backdrop, you will dine and dash at the best restaurants in downtown Colorado Springs. Find out why Colorado Springs is a new top foodie destination!
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Holli J wrote a review Oct 2020
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What a fantastic food tour! We have done several all over the United States. The food was delicious and unique. Our guide, Roger, was personable and flexible. It was a frigid day but that didn't keep us from enjoying the tour.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Response from RMFoodTours, Owner at Rocky Mountain Food Tours
Responded 4 weeks ago
Thank you so much, Holli! Your family braved the snowy weather but hopefully have a fond memory now to cherish into the future. Roger will be happy that he did a good job. We hope to see you all again soon! - Samantha
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Adventurer251573 wrote a review Oct 2020
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Great tour! So much food and information. All of the restaurant and shop owners we visited were so excited and appreciative. I loved hearing the history of their businesses. Also enjoyed getting to know about everyone in our small group while we dined on wonderful food from the downtown District. I would definitely recommend to anyone visiting Colorado Springs.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Response from RMFoodTours, Owner at Rocky Mountain Food Tours
Responded 4 weeks ago
Awesome! We are so glad that you enjoyed your experience with us. Thank you for your review and recommendation! Kindly, Samantha
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Tyson B wrote a review Oct 2020
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Very enjoyable food tour with an excellent guide. Roger was very personable and a wealth of knowledge during the tour. We experienced a nice variety of food and drinks as well as history of the area. I will likely revisit some of these businesses in the future. Highly recommend.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Response from RMFoodTours, Owner at Rocky Mountain Food Tours
Responded Oct 13, 2020
Awesome, thank you so much! We appreciate the review and hope you do have an opportunity to revisit the destinations featured on your food tour. Cheers! Samantha
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MLaneKauai wrote a review Oct 2020
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Dan and I were tourists in our hometown as we explored the Colorado Springs food scene with Roger of Rocky Mountain Food Tours. We started at Antlers Hotel, and learned it was built by the founder of Colorado Springs, and burned down twice before it became the well-appointed western hotel that it is today. The first stop on our walking tour was Jack Quinn’s Irish Pub. Martin, the bartender, explained that the building was established in 1883. Then we tried Shepard’s pie with grass-fed corned beef, Irish soda bread, and Breckinridge Brewery stout. (Both Dan and I picked this as our favorite dish of the day.) Bingo Burger served their Bessemer Burger with local beef, bacon, cranberry BBQ sauce, and Pueblo chilis. Local craft beer included OctoberFest and Dopplebock, a really dark beer. We had delicious candy apple lemonade and then jalapeño poppers at Four, the restaurant of Top Chef’s Brother Luck. Outdoor musicians played on Pikes Peak Avenue and the sun dipped closer to the mountains as we neared our last stop. Josh & John’s served their Purple Mountain Majesty ice cream made with taro and black raspberry truffles. Although it was hard to connect with masks on, the tour was fun, and we had a friendly group of people. It was a luscious way to get to know our new town and a delightful coronavirus escape.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Response from RMFoodTours, Owner at Rocky Mountain Food Tours
Responded Oct 13, 2020
Hi there, we are disappointed that we didn't earn a 5-star, but it sounded like you had an overall great experience with Roger and enjoyed the delicious tastings! We hope to host you again in the future. Cheers, Samantha
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Michael W wrote a review Sep 2020
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Very fun experience, great food and terrific tour guide. I would recommend it to everyone, both out of towners and locals - like us.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Response from RMFoodTours, Owner at Rocky Mountain Food Tours
Responded Sep 22, 2020
We appreciate your review, Michael! Thank you for taking the time to share with us and others your experience. We hope to host you again soon. Cheers, Samantha
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