Discover Houston’s craftiest bars and hidden local gems on this refined happy hour tour that transports you back to the beginnings of Houston’s history!
- Adult Ages 21+ | Includes 2 Drink Pairings
- Adult VIP Ages 21+ | Includes 5 Drink Pairings
- Youth Ages 20 and Under
Downtown Houston Food Tour
This Houston Bites & Sites Food Tour is a three-hour walking food tour that features five diverse tastings and enough booze to give you some liquid courage.
While you’re eating, you’ll get you to learn about the hands that are cooking the food at these local Houston restaurants and the passion these local restaurateurs and specialty shop owners share for the Houston community.
In between tastings we share historical sites, architectural landmarks, and the cultural significance of the area. Basically, you’re guaranteed to leave the tour with a few Houston secrets that even locals don’t know about!
Our goal is to feed your bellies and your mind. We want you to feel immersed in the culture and diverse food offerings and see why Houston is a must-visit destination for any foodie.
This tour is a perfect adventure for any foodie. Make it a date night out or bring a group of your friends to have a unique foodie adventure. Come hungry and ready to devour the diverse bites of Houston!
What to Expect:
Taste iconic diverse bites of Houston like elevated soul-food to a 36-year-old Shawarma recipe in three hours.
Savor carefully crafted alcoholic beverage pairings that are sure to give you some liquid courage.
Take advantage of our exclusive restaurant partners as we go behind the scenes and offer an insiders glimpse into local artisan chefs.
Your local food expert will provide an insiders look into the incredible history, culture, and architecture of Downtown Houston.
Enjoy Houston as you eat, learn, and explore in this unique, one-of-a-kind foodie experience.
A flavorful journey through Houston’s diverse culinary scene awaits…
Elevated Soul Food
Dubbed an “urban comfort kitchen,” the restaurant explores food, spirits, art, and music through cultural contributions of the African diaspora.
Restaurant or your cousin’s backyard? Serving ingredients sourced from Texas vendors. Seafood from the Gulf, steaks from local ranchers and produce from local farmers.
36-Year-Old Shawarma Recipe
A family-owned business since 1983 now managed by three siblings whose parents started it all. Not to mention a 28,000-square-foot international market.
A chef who started his culinary journey at 14 years old and is now serving up authentic French cuisine to Houston locals.
Houston is filled with hidden local talent and you can find the works of at least 13 artists here on any given day. Plus international desserts from around town and some bubbly!
“Absolutely one of the best food tours I’ve experienced! Great insider information on Houston’s cultural and architectural makeup, the food is superb and the fact that I get to meet some of the behind the scenes folks really makes this a memorable, photo-worthy experience!” – Teresa P via Facebook