$59 for a Spokane Food Tour for Two with Coffee Tumblers from Your City Bites (Up to $127.98 Value)


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Sample the creations of six to eight local eateries while learning about Spokane's history and architecture

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A walking tour acquaints you with the city around you, helping you better plan parade routes and upcoming bouts of sleepwalking. Watch your steps with this Groupon.

$59 for a Spokane Food Tour for Two with Coffee Tumblers (Up to $127.98 Value)

Spokane food tours depart from Riverfront Park for a 1.5- to 2-mile journey through food, culture, and local history. For up to 2.5 hours, a local guide leads groups to six to eight tasting locations. Restaurants may include French eateries and ethnic bistros. Along the way, the tour's fearless leader shares anecdotes about Spokane's historic buildings, rivers, and parks. Customers also leave with coffee tumblers to commemorate their adventure. Check the website for tour times and dates.

Your City Bites

Your City Bites' manifesto can be summed up in a single word: local. Local foods, local guides, and local culture—all distinguishing features of its walking food tours. Guides, each one a home cook, lead groups on approximately two-hour jaunts through a city, during which they pause to sample the edible creations of six to eight restaurants. Culinary expeditions might explore the world-famous deli sandwiches of Salt Lake City or tour the ethnic eats that pepper Spokane's restaurant scene. Throughout each tour, guides elucidate tales of local culture and architecture, covering sites from the Salt Lake Temple to Spokane's infamous Leaning Tower of Cinnamon Rolls.

Committed to cultural education, Your City Bites' staff works to make its walking adventures available to as many people as possible, ensuring treks are wheelchair and stroller accessible. Additionally, guides make sure vegetarians have alternatives throughout each tour. Not content to stay in just Spokane and Salt Lake City, the company has plans to begin tours in Nashville, Albuquerque, and the moon's cheese-filled core.


Great info and tidbits of history that even a native didn't know. Restaurants were super.

anng569, TripAdvisor, 10/3/12

I learned a lot even though I have lived here many years. I loved the variety of foods.

Christina T., Yelp, 10/6/12
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    507 N. Howard St.

    Spokane, Washington 99201


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