Richmond, Virginia
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  • Richmond: Church Hill Food Tour

    1. Richmond: Church Hill Food Tour

    Dive into Church Hill, Richmond’s oldest neighborhood. Get a taste of the barbecue, baked goods, and everything else that makes Church Hill a food powerhouse, while uncovering Richmond’s origin story in this must-visit neighborhood. Sample delicious food and snacks from up to 5 different restaurants, cafes, and bakeries, possibly including wood-fired pastries, classic Richmond comfort food, authentic Ethiopian cuisine, and more. You’ll learn about the birthplace of Richmond and its local heroes and hear how local vendors got their start.

    This was a fun tour. The food tastings were very generous. The guide was wonderful. My only criticism is that there was no sweet stops, everything was savory- pizza, ham and cheese croissant, Hot Chicken slider, and pulled pork meat pie, and wine. Everything was delicious and very filling.

  • Richmond: Trendy Carytown Food Tour

    2. Richmond: Trendy Carytown Food Tour

    Explore one of Virgina’s most bustling neighborhoods with a food tour of Carytown. An eclectic mix of restaurants and boutiques, all tied up with a youthful spirit, you’ll see immediately why the district has been dubbed the Mile of Style. On this food tour, eat your way through the neighborhood with between 5 and 6 different tastings at local restaurants, cafes, and shops. Enjoy authentic French fare, world-renowned tacos, hand crafted cupcakes, and much more. Explore an antique movie theatre that will bring you back to the days of yore. Wander through the East Coast’s oldest outdoor shopping center. All the while, get a feel for the local way of life as you strike up conversations with business owners and residents alike.

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What people are saying about Richmond, Virginia

This was a fun tour. The food tastings were very generous. The guide was wonderful. My only criticism is that there was no sweet stops, everything was savory- pizza, ham and cheese croissant, Hot Chicken slider, and pulled pork meat pie, and wine. Everything was delicious and very filling.