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Taste Twin Cities Food Tours

Minneapolis, MN, USA
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About Taste Twin Cities Food Tours
Taste Twin Cities provides all-inclusive tours of local libations and cuisine throughout the greater Twin Cities area. Our seasonally updated and varied expeditions are perfect for out-of-town visitors as well as locals looking to gain deeper insights into the flavors of their cities. At Taste Twin Cities we strive to not only introduce you to the stunning and delicious epicurean delights of Minnesota, but also to provide you with an insider’s view of our history, culture, and art. We also want to share some of the lesser-known aspects of the Twin Cities’ rich tradition and heritage as it relates to food and drink. Come join our tours; you’ll enjoy tasting and chatting with other food-loving guests, and walk away with a memorable culinary experience!
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Billie S wrote a review Oct 19
Minneapolis, Minnesota1 contribution
We did a girl winery trip to Parley Lake, Sovereign Estate and Schramm Winery. It was my 40th celebration. They tried to make any accommodations i I asked. Very easy to work with . I will definitely plan more tours in the future. It will be a very memorable bday for me! Tour guide Brikken and driver Dong were awesome! I highly recommend for girls or small group outing.
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Date of experience: October 2021
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Pam K wrote a review Oct 12
Lakeville, Minnesota2 contributions
Kim was a great tour guide. She was very friendly, polite, and very knowledgeable about the history of St. Paul. She kept our large group on schedule as we visited a number of local establishments.
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Date of experience: October 2021
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Response from Rebecca P, Owner at Taste Twin Cities Food Tours
Responded 1 week ago
Thank you so much for the review! We're very happy you enjoyed tasting your way around downtown St Paul with Kim. I'll be sure to pass along your kind words. Thanks again!
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Minnesota wrote a review Oct 10
Coon Rapids, Minnesota4 contributions4 helpful votes
We did the winery tour to Waconia. We rented the 12 person bus. It was clean and comfortable. We visited 3 vineyards., it was a great time. We celebrated an upcoming wedding with moms, aunts and cousins.
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Date of experience: October 2021
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Response from Rebecca P, Owner at Taste Twin Cities Food Tours
Responded 1 week ago
Thank you so much for your review! We're delighted you enjoyed your winery tour with Brian. It sounds like the family had a great day out! Thanks again!
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Renee90 wrote a review Oct 3
Hortonville, Wisconsin56 contributions32 helpful votes
Just ok. 5 stops with two restaurant samples . 2 are candy stores and one brewery . Our tour guide ,Kim, was great so this review is about the stops. Tour started at 11. First stop is legacy Chocolates which is good but your tasting is a few chips of varying degrees of cocoa, bitter to semi sweet dark chocolate and one truffle. After that it's 12:30 until the next stop which is African grille. Food was on tables before we arrived and lukewarm at best. Restrooms needed attention, no toilet paper in either one. Not the tour company's fault but maybe they'll relay that they expect clean Restrooms with adequate supplies. We were a group of 16, too large given the pandemic but I'm sure they need business. Next stop is candyland. Very small place with all of us inside plus customers. Way too cramped but if you didn't huddle you couldn't hear information. Sample is one turtle and popcorn. Next stop is Sawatdee. Food was served quickly after we arrived, some type of chicken dish with rice and shrimp spring roll - very good. Last stop is stack the deck brewery. They bring three samples-all happy. We love craft breweries so we're disappointed in the selection. Not the tours fault but offering beers that most will like (ales) would be a better choice. Most in the group left beer in the glasses. The stops are not worth the money for us but if you mostly want to hear about the area , it's ok.
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Response from Rebecca P, Owner at Taste Twin Cities Food Tours
Responded 1 week ago
Thank you so much for your review. Your feedback is important to us; we know where to make adjustments as we strive to become better. We will most definitely pass along about the restrooms and see if we can offer a wider sampling. We'll be sure to pass along your compliments to Kim!
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Treasure C wrote a review Oct 2
22 contributions7 helpful votes
Kim was an excellent guide. I enjoyed the diversity of the stops, the historical narrative, and the quality of the food. My friends thought it was too much walking and I think the size of the group was too large.
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Response from Rebecca P, Owner at Taste Twin Cities Food Tours
Responded 1 week ago
Thank you for your review! We're so happy you enjoyed the samplings and our guide, Kim! The tour covers 1.7 miles over the 3-hour duration, in between the 5 tasting stops. We'll take the group size into consideration for the future. Thanks again!
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