Carmel Small-Group Food and Wine Walking Tour
Carmel, California is known for its charming and cozy small-town vibe. On this 3-hour guided tour, you'll experience the culture of this quaint town through one of the most fun ways - food! This Food and Wine Walking Tour takes you to local eateries to sample local dishes, wine, and chocolate. The stops may include farm-to-table restaurants, award-winning wineries, and chocolates that have had the same recipe for over 100 years. Since the tour is limited to only 16 people, you'll have a more personal experience and will have the chance to talk with your guide more.
- Brophy's Tavern: A sports bar with an extensive beer menu.
- Carmel Belle: Delicious local and organic food!
- Caraccioli Cellars: Elegant sparkling wines.
- Salumeria Luca: Authentic Italian-style deli.
- Cafe Carmel: Incredible local baked goods!
- Carmel Honey Company: Raw, local honey.
- Il Grillo and La Balena: Seasonal Tuscan-style organic food.
- Affina Food | Wine: Seasonal farm-to-table.
- Cantinetta Luca: Wood-fired oven family recipes.
- Lula's Chocolates: Family owned chocolate for 100+ years.
- Trio Carmel: Olive Oil/vinegar, art, & wine.
- Cultura Comida y BebidaOaxacan-inspired cuisine.
- Anton & Michel: Europen-style cuisine.
- What is included in the admission price?
The price includes the tour & samples from each stop.
- How much walking is involved?
There is about a mile of walking.
- Approximately how long does the Carmel Small-Group Food and Wine Walking Tour last?
It lasts 3 hours.
- For what ages is the tour appropriate?
Children must be 4 and older to participate. 21 and older to drink the wine.
- What type of dress & footwear are recommended?
Wear comfortable clothes and walking shoes.
- Where does the Carmel Small-Group Food and Wine Walking Tour depart from?
Meet in the courtyard of Carmel's Sunset Cultural Center, located at 9th Ave & San Carlos St in Carmel.
- Is photography / video recording allowed on the Carmel Small-Group Food and Wine Walking Tour?
Yes, cameras are permitted.
- Is the Carmel Small-Group Food and Wine Walking Tour handicap accessible?
Yes and no. Some of the streets may be rough, but restaurants will be okay.