Downtown Phoenix Food Tour
First Phoenix Food Tour
Perfect for History Buffs
3 Hour Tour
Now Offered on Monday, Tuesday and Saturday at 2 pm
This three-hour guided walking tour brings you on a culinary voyage through Downtown Phoenix. We walk through the hustle and bustle of our Downtown to try five different tasting locations, stopping at historic landmarks, and showcasing one of the most haunted hotels in the US.
On this tour, you will enjoy an English delicacy, family-made Thai cuisine, an authentic Mexican street taco, house-made pasta/bruschetta and freshly baked cookies, paired with 3 cocktail samples and 2 non-alcoholic beverages.
Discover a mix of multiculturalism in one of America’s largest cities, with a convergence of Thai, Mexican, Italian, and American cuisine.
Explore both the culinary and historic richness of this western city.
Enjoy three cocktail samples paired with your tasting delights.
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$65 + tax (no booking fees)
This tour starts and finishes at the Phoenix Public Market Café, located at:
14 East Pierce Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Saturday, Tuesday, and Monday at 2 pm
Tours run rain or shine.
Tours last approximately 3 hours.
Food tours serve up to 16 guests, and you can buy individual tickets; tours with less than 5 people will be rescheduled or refunded.
If you have a group larger than 8 guests, please book a private tour.
This is a walking food tour. Even with the trolley, please be prepared for a moderate amount (1.5-2 miles) of walking, spread out between food stops.
We respectfully ask that no children under the age of 13 are brought on this tour.
Food and drink at five (5) different spots and a knowledgeable, friendly tour guide. (Sunday’s tour is slightly different).
1. Cornish Pasty Co.
Cornish Pasty Co. specializes in the pasty, a favorite English dish featuring meat and veggies in a pastry shell.
2. Thai Basil Signature
Thai Basil Signature is Downtown Phoenix’s most popular family-owned Thai restaurant known for its healthy dishes and unique flavors.
3. Chico Malo
Chico Malo features Mexican street food with South American flavors and a range of signature craft cocktails.
4. The Strand Urban Italian
The Strand Urban Italian showcases high-quality, traditional Italian favorites in a hip, contemporary setting.
5. Phoenix Public Market Café
Phoenix Public Market Café is known for its farm-to-table cuisine and homemade baked goods, as well as the Open Air Market.
Good to Know
- Food items are pre-selected to showcase the most popular items at each establishment.
- We do accommodate for vegetarians but do not offer substitutes.
- Restaurants and routes can change slightly without notice due to events in the Old Town area.