Foodies living in St. Paul are licking their lips in anticipation. On a quest for new delicious destinations Twin Cities Food Tours uncovers hidden culinary gems for folks on the go. Two tours trek about the Twin Cities real estate region introducing residents and visitors to new favorite spots to eat.
Both tours bring folks up close and personal to the areas they explore. Locals lead the way and their inner knowledge of the neighborhoods comes through loud and clear. Focus is not only placed on the history of the landscape but also on the personal stories of the restaurateurs and chefs in town.
Take a Bite Out of Twin Cities Real Estate
The Cathedral Hill St. Paul Tour delves deeply into Minnesota history. On the way to satisfying hunger tour takers walk through one of the oldest neighborhoods in the Twin Cities. Participants view examples of historic architecture by exploring the Cathedral of St. Paul as well as other significant buildings. Stops along the way are almost too tasty to put into words. An eclectic menu features a selection of tasty tidbits. Locations vary but are sure to include WA Frost, Moscow on the Hill, The Commodore Restaurant and Bar, Nina’s Coffee Cafe and the Happy Gnome.
The Historic Northeast Minneapolis tour covers a lot of ground. Pathways traverse over 20 possible neighborhoods. Walkers devour the same sausages sold at Minnesota Twins Stadium, Napolian pizza pies, gourmet cheeses, homemade gelato and more. Other highlights include learning the vibrant history of Chute Square.
Natives living in St. Paul and Minneapolis along with Twin Cities newbies all agree that taking a food tour is the easiest way to uncovering hidden culinary hot spots while learning about the area. Tours occur rain or shine so dress appropriately. Athletic foot apparel is suggested. Tastings are as filling as a hearty lunch so come hungry. Dietary restrictions can be accommodated with advanced notice. Get out and explore the scrumptious scenery. Reservations can be booked online or by calling 800.656.0713. Bon Appetit!