Italian Food Tour Of San Francisco

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  • Duration

    - 2 hours (approx.)
  • North Beach

  • Capacity

    - 20 persons per guide
  • All food is included
  • Dress

    - It's a walking tour so wear comfortable shoes and clothing
  • Departs

    South East corner of Columbus Ave and Greenwich St, Saturday @ 12pm
  • Meeting Location

    Joe Dimaggio Playground
  • Final Destination

    Ferrara Bakery


The Italian Food Tour Of San Francisco

The East Coast is more famous for its Italian culinary offerings than the Pacific, but anyone who's roamed the streets of San Francisco's North Beach neighborhood knows that the selection and quality of Italian cuisine to be found there can hold its own against anywhere else in the world. From fine imported olive oils and vinegars to the after-dinner coffee, The Italian Food Tour Of San Francisco is a must for any and all culinary explorers.

    Italian Food Tour Of San Francisco Itinerary

    • Italian Delicatessens Explore and sample some of Italy's finest imported oils and vinegars.
    • Italian Restaurants The closest you'll come to having Italian grandparents. Homemade pasta to die for...
    • Italia Pizzas Storied San Francisco staples, opened in 1907 stood the test of time for a reason, pizza!
    • Italian Coffee North Beach's favorite coffee shop since 1935! Their selection of beans and their unique roasting process is designed to produce the most authentic European style coffee this side of the pond.
    • There are many more hidden stories and secrets in store on this cultural dive into San Francisco's most colorful neighborhood...Ciao!

    San Francisco landmarks and attractions

    • Italian Food
    • North Beach
    • Italian History

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    Great Tour for Locals and Tourists
    By mszeto15 on October 1, 2015
    I purchased this tour through an local deal. Although I've been to this part of the City many many times, it was nice to hit these local spots, taste these treats, and learn a little about each one. Our tour guide, Helga was very nice and prepared to answer questions about the each location. This was definitely a nice way to spend a sunny Sunday afternoon in the City.

    Visited September 2014