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Join us on our guided, culinary walking tours and taste your way through some of Portland's most delicious neighborhoods from fine dining to food carts. Friendly guides make it fun, sharing stories of local culture and history, while you sample some...more
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4110 SE Hawthorne Blvd # 402, Portland, OR 97214-5246
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My wife and I loved Portland! We thought booking a food tour would be a great way to explore the city. Our guide was Ahna and she was very sweet. My wife twisted her ankle on our way to the tour and at every stop...More
My daughter and I did the Division Street food tour and it was the best food tour I’ve been on. 5 stops. Two with alcoholic beverage options and the most knowledgeable and friendly tour guide. I would rate this as a must do for anyone...More
Anna was a great guide; so friendly, knowledgeable and passionate about the food and history/culture of the area. We sampled wonderful foods, ending with ice cream sandwiches that were out of this world!
We were looking for something to do while visiting Portland and and found this walking food tour of the city and thought it would be nice to do. Our tour guide was knowledgeable and full of trivia of the city and the food merchants had...More
We love exploring cities through food tours, and this one lived up to our hopes. Arielle was friendly and knowledgeable about the restaurants, food, drink, and Portland. We had a pleasant range of tastes and ended up full but not uncomfortable.
She was very understanding...More
We recently had the privilege of taking the Food Tour of Portland with our guide Aerial and three other couples. The size of our group made it that much more personal and our guide was full of trivia about what we saw and tasted. The...More
The food on the tour was good and the tastings were interesting. Claire was a very knowledgeable guide but this felt more like a history lesson than a food tour. I was with friends and we didn't even have a chance to visit. It was...More
Thank you for getting in touch with Forktown. Please feel free to send us an email at info(at)forktown(.)com so we can perhaps work out something fun and custom for your group. We look forward to hearing from you... More
Thank you for getting in touch with Forktown. Please feel free to send us an email at info(at)forktown(.)com so we can perhaps work out something fun and custom for your group. We look forward to hearing from you.
Thank you for the inquiry. We can accommodate guests with gluten free menu requests on the Downtown Tour & the Mississippi Avenue tour, and both tours are offered multiple times per week. The other 2 tours we... More
Thank you for the inquiry. We can accommodate guests with gluten free menu requests on the Downtown Tour & the Mississippi Avenue tour, and both tours are offered multiple times per week. The other 2 tours we offer aren't appropriate for gluten free guests. You can let us know during the checkout process what allergies/dietary restrictions or requests for non-alcoholic beverages that your party may have.
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Forktown Food Tours
Hi all, I'm trying to decide between the Mississippi, Downtown & Pearl District and Alphabet District tours. I've never been to Portland, if that matters. From what I've read they all appear very popular, but I'd love opinions on which one is the "best."
July 24, 2014|
The "best" in terms of...? Of the three, I think Mississippi Ave. is more interesting and out of the ordinary, and might choose it for that reason alone. You'd probably love the Alphabet District neighborhood, but most of the places they take you there, while nice, are generally ho-hum. Downtown & the Pearl has an interesting variety and range of tastes, but it's more of a big city, urban tour.
Forktown Food Tours or Portland Walking Tours (3 Replies)
Any advice on Forktown or Portland Walking Tours for best food experience? It'll be my first time in Portland and I'm excited to sample all the good eats there. Tasting tour of the different food carts, where to go and which is best. Thanks!
August 07, 2012|
just go to 10th and alder, our fav, and try the millions of carts there. you won't need a guide. here's to happy eating.