- $39 for a dining tour for one (up to $68 value)
Choose one of the following walking tours:
The Original Downtown Tour
Phoenix’s past, present, and future all make surprise cameos throughout this tour’s five stops. Tour-goers head to a historic tavern to eavesdrop on Arizona’s political elite over signature comfort food. By tour’s end, expect to slurp curried noodles and nibble timeless Italian favorites. Tours take place Thursday at 1 p.m. and Saturday at 2 p.m.
The Evening Dine-Around Tour
The evening tour combines art, local history, and fine food into one delectable experience. Participants tour four to five stops, tasting selections such as fine olive oil and lobster lettuce cups, and exploring sites including a former department store rumored to be haunted. Tours take place on Tuesday, Saturday, and Sunday at 5 p.m.
The Old Town Scottsdale Tour
This tour takes guests through Scottsdale’s Old West-flavored Old Town neighborhood via trolley, periodically stopping at local restaurants. Tours take place on Tuesday, Saturday, and Sunday at 2 p.m.
The Heritage Square Tour
Guests explore the Heritage Square district, stopping at four local restaurants. They also take a 45-minute, private tour of the Rosson House Museum, which grants an up-close look at Victorian furnishings and architecture. Tours take place on Wednesday and Friday at 12 p.m.
Taste It Tours
Ranked as one of the top five tours in Phoenix by TripAdvisor, Taste It Tours explores Phoenix's bustling and burgeoning restaurants. Local experts guide groups to the restaurants that highlight Phoenix’s local eateries, weaving architectural, historical, and cultural information into their narration along the way. Most tours last three hours and may cover up to two miles on foot. The up-to-six-stop tours serve up a sampler that many guests equate to a full meal and that many bears equate to a prehibernation brunch.