Looking for a delicious and entertaining way to explore West Palm Beach? Take a West Palm Beach Food Tour and get off the beaten path and into some of the best, locally-owned restaurants. You’ll meet chefs, taste dishes (even some that have been featured on Food Network), and will even learn how to cut a coconut during the tour’s “Tropical Fruit Show & Tell!”
The best thing? Along the way, you’ll get a bit of the history, architecture, and culture of West Palm Beach. Trip Advisor named this tour one of the Top Tour Experiences in the United States in 2019.
So, get ready to discover what the buzz is all about!
For information on tickets, visit westpalmbeachfoodtour.com or call (561) 331-1158 to make a reservation.
Here’s a sneak peek…
Eat, drink and discover!
Food Tourism is currently the #1 trend in travel.
Food tells the story of a neighborhood’s people, history and culture. Exactly what you’ll experience with the West Palm Beach Food Tours, a top-rated attraction for everyone.
Two tours to choose from…so much fun!
Downtown West Palm Beach Food Tour (3 hours), which is a walking tour around downtown, going into cafes and restaurants to try various foods, hearing both about the foods themselves and how they fit into our city’s culture.
Historic West Palm Beach Neighborhood Food Tour explores the beautiful historic neighborhoods just south of downtown.
There’s plenty of food for a full meal with visits to 6 restaurants on each tour. 1 cocktail is included, and there is an option to add 2 additional cocktails for $15.
Experience 6 restaurants in 1 day, taste iconic South Florida foods, meet award-winning chefs, admire colorful murals, see charming historic homes and hear entertaining stories about our past.
Overall, expect to eat a lot and have fun on any of the West Palm Beach food tours and get ready to taste the culture and the history that surrounds you. You might end up finding a new favorite dish or a delicious dessert you never heard of before!
West Palm Beach Food Tour is an excellent attraction to experience the city’s food traditions, and its neighborhood’s people, history and culture.