Pike Place Market Tour Eat Seattle

Food and Drink Tours

With so much deliciousness to taste, a guided food or drink tour is an ideal way to make every bite and sip count.

Pike Place Market Tour Eat Seattle

Savor Seattle Food Tours specializes in tempting walking tours all focused on food. Its two signature offerings in Seattle are a curated sample of Pike Place Market, with tastes of award-winning clam chowder and chocolate-covered cherries, and a sunrise stroll of the historic marketplace for hot biscuits, doughnuts, and cinnamon orange tea. Eat Seattle is another culinary way to explore the city, with chefs acting as tour guides. Indulge in the tastes of Pike Place Market or experience the bustling South Lake Union neighborhood through Korean-Hawaiian fusion fare, Middle Eastern street food, and zesty ginger beer.

For a bit of history mixed in with every delicious bite, Wing Luke Museum’s food tours of the Chinatown–International District help you not only understand the culinary traditions of Seattle’s many Asian cultures but also the dishes and ingredients that help identify Seattle, from freshly baked buns and dim sum to grilled meats and refreshing drinks. And if you love sweets, Seattle Chocolate Company invites you to peek inside the factory and enjoy truffles and chocolate bars at its flagship store, while the Underground Donut Tour takes you to four bakeries around Belltown and downtown to enjoy gourmet doughnuts in creative flavors.

As for wine tours, local companies like Bon Vivant Wine Tours and Butler Seattle provide the transportation, a knowledgeable guide and driver, and tips on where to stop. These two tour operators specialize in trips to Woodinville Wine Country, about a 30-minute drive from Seattle and where more than 100 Washington wineries have tasting rooms. Enjoy multiple stops based on the types of wines you prefer, and then sit back, relax, and enjoy the trip. Bon Vivant also offers wine tours within Seattle, to nearby Bainbridge Island, and to Washington Wine Country locations like Yakima, Walla Walla, Leavenworth, and Red Mountain.

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Dive deeper into Seattle’s renowned food and beverage scene with more itinerary ideas and group dining options here. Learn more about excursions in Woodinville Wine Country, located just 30 minutes from Seattle, here.


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