Eat your way through San Francisco’s Chinatown and North Beach at the end of the work day on a 2.5-hour evening food tour. Experience 2 lively areas from a different perspective, feasting on café treats, deli delights, home made pizza and more.
What to Expect
Experience two San Francisco neighborhoods as the workday ends and the restaurant scene wakes up for the evening. Wander the streets of Chinatown and Little Italy as the nightclubs, bars and strip clubs open for business, when the streets are less hectic and the atmosphere is more relaxed.
Be transported to a more exotic world as you sip fragrant teas in a gourmet tea shop, eat dim sum, and visit a fortune cookie factory in the heart of Chinatown. Watch old men playing chess and people practicing tai chi in Portsmouth Square. Pop into a local herbalist and a Buddhist temple, sampling delicious food along the way.
Continue to North Beach, San Francisco's “Little Italy” and most charming neighborhood. A perennial hit with tourists and San Franciscans alike, North Beach’s abundance of check-clothed ristorantes, old world delicatessens and enchanting cafés make it a delight to stroll around. Discover bars where the beatniks drank, and the bookstore where they read their works.
Enjoy servings of basta pasta, or make your own canoli. Drink a real Italian espresso, or bite into a slice of delicious pizza. Go to a semi-secret spot with one of the best views in the city. Along the way, pass neighborhood sights, such as St. Peter's and Paul's Church, Washington Square, Grant Street, the church of St. Francis of Assisi, and the City Lights Bookstore.
Stroll up Columbus Avenue, past sidewalk cafés with the smell of freshly baked bread, garlic and espresso filling the air. Pass arty pottery shops, artisan bakeries, homely trattorias, and much more.
- Food tour of North Beach and Chinatown
- Food and drink
What's Not Included
- Transfers to the meeting point
An easy meeting point will be arranged and communicated to you by email after booking
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