" Of the tours I took, none did a better job of capturing the epicurean glee than Seattle Food Tours."
Hannah Raskin - Seattle Weekly
On this progressive walking dinner tour you will experience three diverse restaurants and a cocktail lounge, enjoying a different course at each restaurant, along with libations from the award winning Rob Roy. More a dinner party then the typical “food tour”, you’ll have plenty of time to take in the ambiance, spark up conversation and enjoy your food and drinks. Your evening will be carefully orchestrated by a personable, informative and entertaining host who will share their insight on the neighborhood and it’s many characters, it all adds up to a fun evening and full belly.
TIP: Take this tour at the beginning of your trip to Seattle so you can take advantage of all the new things you’ve discovered.
2234 1st Avenue
Seattle, WA 98121-1615
Kick off the tour with a taste of the Pacific Northwest. Local 360 sources over 90% of their ingredients from within 360 mile radius of the restaurant.
Marinated beet salad with fresh chevre, & oysters.
Best Brunch - Gas-tron-omy
Best Beefy Burger - Seattle Magazine
Best Oyster Happy Hour - The Stranger
2332 2nd Avenue
Seattle, WA 98121
Rob Roy is hipster den dunked in retro-cool. Formerly known as the Viceroy, the bar sits at the epicenter of Belltown’s nightlife strip and is a favourite of the after work crowd who are lured by the classic cocktails and stylish atmosphere. – World’s Best Bars
A superb craft cocktail
Rob Roy one of 50 best bars in America - Food & Wine
Top 13 bars in America - Delish.com
10 Great American Cocktail Lounges - USA Today Travel
Hanging with Harris YouTube video - Small screen networks
2207 Second Avenue
Seattle, WA 98121
Pintxo is a modern Spanish Tapas Bar featuring Spanish inspired tapas and an amazing selection of hand-crafted specialty cocktails. We focus on the flavors of Spain utilizing fresh, locally sourced ingredients to achieve the highest quality food possible.
200 Bell Street
Seattle, WA 98121
Modern interpretations of old world dishes, staples we all know and love like roasted chicken or house made sausages have been passed on for generations. However, numerous recipes were left to the history books, dishes so surprising and delightful they beg for rediscovery. At Bell+Whete we celebrate this history
Dark chocolate pot de creme
Zagat - "this Belltown haunt is a perfect pick for bites and drinks"
Seattle Times - "The texture of dark chocolate pot de crème was perfect.."
Jill joined Seattle Food Tours in 2011. She has taken couses at Seattle Central Community College and the Art Institute of Seattle in culinary arts and enology, and spent part of 2004 chef apprenticing in New Olreans, LA. Currently, she helps organize wine tastings for local groups and is a regular volunteer at Farestart for Guest Chef Nights on Thursdays.
When Leslie arrived here to attend graduate school at the UW, she never imagined she would begin a love affair with Seattle that would last 25 years (and counting)! She is a lifetime foodie and avid cook with years of experience in restaurants and catering, and has her own business baking artisan tea cookies and wedding cakes. Leslie is also a professional stage actress, director and producer, and has been active in the vital theater scene in the NW for over twenty years.
In 2001, Rebecca graduated from the University of Washington and was determined to see the world. Since then she spent almost 14 years traveling, working in 5 countries and on 8 cruise ships as a performer and entertainment host. In 2015 she returned to Seattle, where she loves sampling fabulous international food and meeting intersting people.
On 1st Ave. between Bell and Battery. Rates are $7.00 for 4 hours.