" 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 four different restaurants, enjoying a course at each restaurant, as well as a stop at Rob Roy for a craft cocktail. Dinner includes an exceptional glass of wine paired with your entree, along with enough food to make for a nice early dinner.
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.
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
2400 1st Ave
Seattle, WA. 98121http://www.thelostpelican.com/
A neighborhood bar & grill with a creole inspired menu consisting of smaller plates where there is comfortable seating and a long bar with a fine selection of spirits.
Shrimp & Grits
I stopped in a week ago to try the shrimp and grits as I have heard great things about this entree at The Lost Pelican. It didn't disappoint! And the server was spot on with her wine recommendation to pair with the dish. Sazerac is well crafted.
The Lost Pelican has been open two months and I'm looking forward to enjoying their menu this summer - including their soon-to-be added brunch.
2429 2nd Avenue
Seattle, WA 98121-1424
Italian-inspired dishes featuring local ingredients presented in a romantic, sophisticated environment makes for a very memorable and delicious evening. Ask ‘The Don’ for a wine recommendation. He’s the best.
Chef's choice entree paired with glass of wine
"Perfectly Served at Branzino" - Seattle Weekly
"Chef Merriman boosts Italian flavors to intense levels" - Biz Journal Article
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.
On 1st Ave. between Bell and Battery. Rates are $7.00 for 4 hours.