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Kelly was a great guide! Born and raised in the city she was passionate about her hometown. Lots of great stories humor and history all packed in to a foodies adventure for the senses. The shop owners obviously love her too.
Overall this was a reasonable tour but is not something that I would necessarily recommend. The price is alright for what it was but I was unimpressed by the food. The tomato pie came with a nice story and information about the family who ran...More
We took the Philly Food Tour around Reading Terminal Market this September. It was a great experience, we learnt so much from our tour guide, Carolyn. She not only had so much knowledge of the market itself, but also really helped us with recommendations for...More
This was our first visit to Philadelphia. My wife and I try to make a food tour one of the ways we learn about a city we visiting for the first time. We booked "Flavors of Philly" as our tour for Philadelphia. The foods included...More
Matt was an awesome guide! We had lots of fun, learned a little more about Philadelphia than we knew and ate some really great food. The 2 hour tour flew by and it wasn't as much walking as you would think. Definitely worth the money...More
I went on this food tour during a weekend trip to Philly with three friends (all early 20s). I'll get straight to the point: the guide, Judy, was great, but the food was terrible.
The guide: Our guide for this tour was Judy, an energetic...More
Our first stop was for pizza, then handmade pretzels, then philly cheesesteak with cheese fries on the side and finished with doughnuts and chocolate chip cookies. We even saw an old bank that has been turned into a steakhouse with the downstairs vault holding lots...More
The tour was exactly as it sounds and more! Judy is friendly, knowledgeable, and passionate about her job. She was very engaging to all in our group. The experience of eating at local eateries and the history lessons made for an enjoyable afternoon.
Our first time to Philly, and we only had 36 hours. We always look for food tours. Judy took us to some great spot, where we had Tomato Pie, Cheesesteak, Soft Pretzels, and finished with a 4th Street Cookie and a Cake Ball, in Reading...More