Lingering too long at a single restaurant results in legs falling asleep, food going cold, and the maitre d’ building a nest from patrons’ belongings. Dodge stagnant dining with this Groupon.
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- $22 for a North Park walking food tour (a $45 value)
- $44 for a North Park walking food tour for two (a $90 value)<p>
Homemade pastries, locally brewed wines, and rich fudge delight groups on the North Park walking tour. One of the oldest San Diego communities, North Park now greets its visitors with passion for art and food, especially down 30th Street. On the tour, guides pause at five to seven restaurants, such as Splash, a wine bar containing over 100 different worldwide wines.
Bite San Diego
Bite San Diego’s epicurean guides steer groups toward the scents and sights of the city’s most notable restaurants, sharing morsels of local history along the way. Six different tours envelop groups in the flavors of multicultural cuisines. Guides can lead an appetizing charge through La Jolla, nibbling barbecue alongside coastal views, or meander through Hillcrest, pausing to sample pub fare from EmpireHouse, whose eclectic menu of college-educated burgers and breakfasts won San Diego CityBeat’s Best New Restaurant Award in 2011. Though its primary focus is food, Bite San Diego’s culinary excursions aren’t restricted to just solid fare. Groups can taste local beer selections across San Diego’s downtown, or achieve their lifelong dream of drinking something hot at House of Coffee & Tea, highlighted during the Old Town tour. At each stop, guides weave stories that paint a vivid picture of the neighborhood’s past.
Bite San Diego
Bite San Diego’s founder started her walking-tour company to show tourists and locals alike that San Diego has more to offer than just fish tacos and cheap sushi. Her tours have been so successful at introducing people to often-hidden foodie destinations that they've been lauded by the press and even featured on Good Morning America.
Bite's newest tour steers groups toward the scents and sights of Liberty Station, a former military base that now features dozens of restaurants, green spaces, and art studios. Tour-goers head to various joints inside the recently opened Liberty Public Market and around Liberty Station. There, they enjoy burgers, cold-pressed juices, artisan cheeses, and Southern Italian pasta dishes. At each of the five or more stops, guides weave stories that paint a vivid picture of the neighborhood's past.
350 University Ave.
San Diego, California 92103Get Directions