Williamsburg Walking Food Tour
Williamsburg, Virginia was the second designated colony capital after Jamestown burned down and offers plenty of culinary tour options. It is one of the most interesting places to visit because of the area's rich history. On the Williamsburg Food Tour, there is double the fun. Not only does the group learn about a part of the history of the old brick town, but there is also great food involved!
The group meets the tour guide at St. Merchant's Square at 2 pm. The group will walk to seven different locations in Williamsburg. Everyone will get snacks, tasters, and a full lunch while on the tour. There are plenty of opportunities to ask questions and learn more about the food in Williamsburg.
This tour includes visits to and samplings at seven of the eight following locations (subject to change):
Wythe Candy Shop: assortment of chocolates
Peanut Shop: a variety of peanuts
Kilwins: freshly made fudge
Spice and Tea Exchange: surprise bag, tasting of sugars and spices
Blue Talon Bistro: gourmet mac and cheese
The Crust: wood-fired margherita pizza
Brickhouse Tavern: Jose Wings
Triangle: Reuben eggrolls, or guac nachos
The group will go to the Wythe Candy Shop and sample an assortment of chocolates. The Peanut Shop is on the tour for its excellent variety of peanuts. Some people may be familiar with the delicious fudge made right in front of you at Kilwins. The Spice and Tea Exchange is a stop on the tour where everyone gets a surprise bag. There will also be tastings of different sugars and spices. Some potential places for lunch will be the Blue Talon Bistro and their famous gourmet mac and cheese. There is also The Crust to try and their wood-fired Margherita pizza. More samples can be tasted at the Brickhouse Tavern and their delicious Jose Wings. And finally, an option to stop at is the Triangle for their awesome Reuben eggrolls and guacamole nachos.
See Williamsburg a different way on the Williamsburg Walking Food Tour. The historic setting and fun guide make this food tour unique from others. Along the way, you may even see other things to do on your Williamsburg Vacation.
- What is included in the admission price?
Includes food samples at the different locations.
- How much walking is involved?
About 1/2 a mile.
- Approximately how long does the Williamsburg Walking Food Tour last?
The entire experience lasts approximately 3 hours.
- For what ages is the tour appropriate?
Great for all ages. Parents know their children's abilities best.
- What type of dress & footwear are recommended?
Wear comfortable clothes and walking shoes.
- Where does the Williamsburg Walking Food Tour depart from?
St. Merchant's Square
- How many people will be on the tour?
It can range from two to fourteen, plus one tour guide.
- Is photography / video recording allowed on the Williamsburg Walking Food Tour?
Yes. Cameras are permitted.