Food Tour - Sweet Treats and Victorian Homes


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Begin in a café and try what locals call ‘fancy toast.’ Next head to a neighborhood market to look at the unique artisan treats, learn about artisan chocolate and grab a few samples for a taste comparison. Venture up our only hill (it’s not too bad - we promise) to see the historical Painted Ladies in Alamo Square. A perfect photo opportunity, these Victorian homes have the best views of the city. Next, we’ll head down the hill to Hayes Valley. We’ll pass adorable boutique shops as we head to an ice cream store said to try the most unique flavors in the city. Without spoiling the experience, we’ll just say the last stops include a French treat.

  • Minimum Guests 1
  • Maximum Guests 8
  • Food Stops 4
  • Approximate Duration 2 hours
  • Labels Walking Food Tours

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Urban Adventures Jun 2017 – Present Employment Duration1 yr Guide historical and food walking tours around San Francisco University of San Francisco - School of Management, Masters in Global Entrepreneurial Management French Culinary Institute, Grand Diploma in Culinary Arts Field Of StudyCulinary Arts/Chef Training, IIntensive nine-month course of culinary study and 600 hours of hands-on practical training in classic French cooking techniques

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