Wild West Cave Creek Food Tour
Experience the Wild West
Slow-cooked, smoked barbecue
Whether you’re a rootin’ tootin’ cowboy or a curious foodie, this Western town food tour promises an unforgettable experience filled with delightful dishes and a taste of Frontier life. Saddle-up and let your taste buds ride wild!
Nestled in the Sonoran Desert, just north of Scottsdale
Known for the cowboy life, fun eateries, and watering-holes
Experience country favorites while exploring a wild-west town
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$85 + tax
If you are having any Covid-like symptoms we ask that you do not attend our tour and to contact us for a refund. For information on dietary restrictions, accessibility & private group size, please see our FAQs.
Outside of the Horny Toad
Tuesdays at 6 pm
Tours last approximately three hours.
Food tours serve up to 16 guests, and you can buy individual tickets; if the tour ends up with less than 6 people it will be canceled and refunded.
If you have a group larger than 8 guests, please book a private tour.
This is a walking food tour. Please be prepared for a moderate amount (1-1.5 miles) of walking, spread out between food stops.
We respectfully ask that no children under the age of 11 are brought on this tour.
Food and drink at five (4) different spots and a knowledgeable, friendly tour guide.
Soft drinks, umbrella
What to bring
Appetite / Hat / Sunglasses / Sunscreen / WATER
About your guide
Easy to spot and will be wearing a FOOD TOUR GUIDE T-Shirt
1. Horny Toad
The Horny Toad restaurant has earned numerous awards for their made from scratch famous Fried Chicken and homemade secret BBQ sauce. They offer other award-winning BBQ specialties as well.
2. Buffalo Chip
The legendary Buffalo chip Saloon & Steakhouse, where the aroma of slow-cooked, smoky barbecue fills the air. Feast on tender “Texas Style” BBQ all smothered in tangy homemade BBQ sauce. They also feature live bull riding twice a week!
3. Harold’s Cave Creek Corral
‘… for good food, great music and a “dang good time.” Hitch yer hat, hang yer hoss and kick back to enjoy some good times eatin’, drinkin’ and dancin’. Harold’s serves up the best durned cooking in these here parts (or any other parts, for that matter).
4. Indian Village
Though unassuming on the outside, with Cave Creek and Cowboy memorabilia and tourist must-haves, inside there is a small kitchen with a couple hardworking ladies who make real traditional Mexican food & homemade Fry Bread.
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.