Scottsdale Taco Tuesday Tour

Enjoy Arizona’s Most Popular Food

Perfect for Mexican Food Enthusiasts

Top Culinary Destination

Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at 2 pm

Scottsdale’s thriving food scene in a Western town is something to be experienced! On this tour, you will enjoy delicious craft pizzas, brussel sprout chips, a Korean BBQ bowl, authentic Mexican street tacos, multiple award-winning desserts, and a tea sample, paired with a variety of cocktails.

Tour Highlights

Navigate Scottsdale’s Old Town, a Western town, filled with art galleries, shops, and a Western saloon, all by trolley.

Sample a selection of delicious treats from characteristic Scottsdale establishments.

Discover a mix of Arizona’s authentic Mexican flavors and American classics, many food samples come paired with a signature cocktail.

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Trip Details

Price

$65 + tax (no booking fees)


Meeting point

This tour starts and finishes at the Saguaro Hotel, located at:
4000 N Drinkwater Blvd
Scottsdale, AZ 85251


When

Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at 2 pm

Tours run rain or shine.


Duration

Tours last approximately three hours.


Group size

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.


Difficulty

This is a walking food tour. Even with the trolley, please be prepared for a moderate amount (1-1.5 miles) of walking, spread out between food stops


Ages

We respectfully ask that no children under the age of 13 are brought on this tour


Included

Food and drink at four (4) different spots and a knowledgeable, friendly tour guide


Not included

Soft drinks


What to bring

Appetite, hat/sunglasses/sunscreen/umbrella


About your guide

Easy to spot and will be wearing a FOOD TOUR GUIDE T-Shirt

Tour Itinerary
a hot plate with three small taco plates and drinks
1. La Señora

La Señora incorporates fresh, local ingredients in its Southwest-inspired dishes.

two crunchy tacos with a mexican flag sticking out of the top
2. Cien Agaves

Cien Agaves is one of USA Today’s Top Ten Mexican restaurants; also known for its popular happy hour.

 

Two different types of tacos on a plate
3. Barrio Queen

Barrio Queen showcases Mexican street tacos and over 400 tequilas, and has been featured on “Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives.”

Los Olivos Restaurant seen from the street outside
4. Los Olivos Mexican Patio

Los Olivos Mexican Patio” Los Olivos Mexican Patio is the oldest Mexican restaurant in Scottsdale, family-owned for over 70 years.

Good to Know

  • Food items are pre-selected to showcase the most popular items at each establishment, and several are paired with a signature cocktail.
  • We do accommodate for vegetarians but do not offer other substitutions.
  • Restaurants and routes can change slightly without notice due to events in the Old Town area.
  • We utilize a public trolley during this tour to navigate Old Town, but there is walking between restaurant stops.

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