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Louisville Food Tour is a culinary adventure which takes travelers on a walking tour to seek out Louisville’s best local flavors. Each tour will stop at six local restaurantsand offer guests a taste of Louisville one bite at a time.
Our tour began at Why Louisville, a shop with some funky Louisville stuff (wife bought a shirt). First stop was Rye on Market where we had a steamed okra dish and a drink called "the s...", pardon the French :). Then it was Taco Punk...More
My family watches Food Network so it is only natural than on vacation we take food tours in different parts of the country. This is by far one of the best food tours that I have ever taken (I can think of only one tour...More
We decided to try a food tour during our visit to Louisville for the first time. I love all types if food but my husband is a meat and potatoes man. He thoroughly enjoyed this tour and said "I got to try good I would...More
Took the tour with my family for a Christmas present. Got to sample food and drinks from six great NULU restaurants and meet the owners and or chef from each. Was really special to hear their stories and hear of their passion for the food...More
Wasn't sure what to fully expect. Arrived at the orientation spot at Why Louisville on Market~An intelligent spot to start since it had many Louisville items to see and purchase-I bought a Fleur de lis cap! Then we were off to our (approximately 2.5 hour)...More
I'm a local and this was a great way to try some new places I haven't been to. NuLu is such a neat area of town and what a better way to check it out then to eat my way through! The food was amazing...More
This is a great new concept for Louisville! It is a 2.5-3 hour walking tour through the Nulu area of Louisville to several restaurants. When I went, we visited six different establishments where each of the chefs came out and talked to everyone. It was...More