Want to travel around the home cities of Microsoft, Starbucks and Frasier? Below is our list of the best food and drink tours in Seattle.
Considering the quality of the trip, previous customer reviews and value for money, we’ve compiled our list of the best five options here.
Gumet’s Seattle Walking Tour
From: $81.09 per person
A very popular walking tour that has received rave reviews, this three-hour walking tour includes tastings at some of the city’s top restaurants. Drink tastings are also included in the price. The tour passes through downtown to Pike Place Market, where wine tastings take place at seven different locations and three wine and cocktail pairings are available. History buffs can also learn more about the local area along the way.
Downtown Seattle Restaurant Tour
From $64 per person
Another classic gastronomic tour at a lower price implements the so-called progressive dinner: three courses, each in a different restaurant. Vegetarian options are also available. The tour will also stop at the Rob Roy Cocktail Lounge for a craft cocktail, which is included in the price. The food is prepared and cooked by one of Seattle’s top chefs.
Seattle Craft Brewery Tour
From $63.02 per person.
Visit three local Seattle distilleries and learn about alcohol production in Seattle today while discovering its history dating back to the Prohibition era. There is a Mercedes Benz shuttle between each distillery. You can try samples of over 12 locally produced spirits, including gin and whiskey. A cocktail is also included, served alongside a delicious snack.
Capitol Hill Culinary Tour
From $59.16 per person
This is another popular culinary tour that focuses on the top restaurants around Capitol Hill. Of course, it’s the most extensive food tour on this list, enjoying a sampling of 15 foods and beverages, from cupcakes to Korean tacos (whatever they are). This array of food celebrates how eclectic Capitol Hill really is. The tour lasts about two hours.
Seattle Chocolate Indulgence Walking Tour
From $59.17 per person.
The price may seem a bit high at first glance, but for the money, this is the ultimate chocolate lover’s tour.The 2-hour walking tour includes tastings from a variety of different confectioners and even teaches you the process of making fine chocolate. Tastings include a triple coconut cream pie from local delicacy Tom Douglas.