Taste it Sedona Food Tour

Most Popular Tour

Free Trolley Rides

Top Culinary Destination

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Sedona is an absolutely gorgeous place to visit with all the iconic red rocks and luminous sandstone. It’s a must-see when visiting the Grand Canyon with all of that northern Arizona has to offer! From Sedona, you can enjoy jeep tours, hiking, Slide Rock, and Oak Creek Canyon as well as spiritual healing, massages, psychic readings and energy vortexes. On this tour, you will enjoy delicious craft pizzas, an English delicacy, a traditional Mexican platter, and dessert.

Tour Highlights

Sedona will have your senses buzzing for days.

Sample a selection of delicious treats from iconic Sedona 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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Tour Details

Price

$85 + tax (no booking fees)


Meeting point

This tour starts and finishes at Los Abrigados Hotel Lobby, located at:
160 Portal Lane
Sedona, AZ 86336


When

Coming soon.
Tours run rain or shine.


Duration

Tours last approximately 3 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 (1.5-2 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 five (5) different spots and a knowledgeable, friendly tour guide.


Not included

Soft drinks, sunscreen, umbrella


What to bring

Appetite, hat/sunglasses/sunscreen


About your guide

Will be wearing a FOOD TOUR GUIDE T-Shirt.

Tour Itinerary
1. Pump House Station

Pump House Station is an urban eatery with farm to table offerings set next to the historic water-pumping station.

2. Hideaway House

Hideaway House was voted one of the top 10 jaw-dropping views in Arizona, and the homemade Italian food is equally stunning.

3. Spirits & Spice

Spirits and Spice feature samples of the finest olive oils, balsamic, spices, and local spirits.

4. El Rincon

El Rincon is the oldest restaurant in Tlaquepaque specializing in Arizona style Mexican cuisine.

5. Chai Spot

Chai Spot showcases chai and other teas with a cause-driven approach.

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.

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