Discover the delicious side of Portland, Oregon with your own private food tour.
Explore culinary specialties of eclectic and artsy Portland on a private food tour that's specially organized for your group and is led by an experienced and knowledgeable guide. They're the perfect answer to searches for unique birthday, anniversary, team building or bachelorette party ideas.
Enjoy iconic Pacific Northwest scenery and Portland history as you dive into the scrumptious side of the city. Start in Pioneer Courthouse Square and then head out on a trekas your guide shows you around town. You'll sample breakfast sandwiches with housemade sausage, sip craft beer, and bite into soft pretzels, tonkotsu ramen and the famous pink Simpson donut.
This private food tour is great for groups of five-to-60 people. Large tour groups may be requested to break into smaller individual groups to provide a more inclusive experience.
Alcohol may be enjoyed by those of legal drinking age.
Reviews guests left for other experiences with Guide Shawn or Local Guide
26 Jun 2023
Our guide Tiffany did a great job lining up stopping points for the tour. She has a wealth of interesting information about Portland, most of which we were not aware of even though we have lived in the area for 18 years! Tiffany has a pleasant demeanor and kept the conversation going through out our tour.
01 Apr 2023
David was a fantastic guide. Very articulate and full of interesting information. Each stop was better than the next and we had a fantastic time.
07 Nov 2022
This is a wonderful tour and a great way to explore Portland! You will learn all about its history, culture, and vibrant food scene! Highly recommend!
With in-depth knowledge of the local dining scene and an eye for what's delicious, Guide Shawn and their expert team have mapped out a path to Portland's most savory stops. Their tours turn a trip through the city into an adventure foodies are sure to love. They'll share their knowledge of regional history while showing eager gourmets where the best bites in the Pacific Northwest are hidden.
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