Portland Culinary Delights Mini-Motor Coach Tour
Enjoy a ride in an air conditioned 14-passenger motor coach while you savor the flavors of Portland, now known as the "foodiest small town in America!" (Bon Appetit, October, 2009). We will take you on a 2.5-hour journey to explore and taste just how Portland has become a culinary destination.
Our fun-loving driver and tour guide will take you to destinations around town to disembark and enjoy tastes and tours at unique locations. Along the way, you will learn about the current culinary scene, our amazing food artisans, restaurants, chefs and brew masters all making their mark with their creative delights.
Culinary Delights Mini Motor Coach Tours vary and include a variety of samplings from the following:
Culinary Delights Mini-Motor Tour Details:
When: Tours offered Tuesdays through Saturdays, July-October, 2014
How long: 2.5-3 hours
How much: $53 per adult ticket
What's included: All food tastings, beverages and a bottle of water
Who: All ages are welcome but most be 21 to be served alcoholic beverages
Weather conditions: Tour takes place rain or shine
Where: Meet us at the Ocean Gateway terminal on the East end of Commercial Street/beginning of the Eastern Prom. We will be parked in the area at least 10 minutes prior to show time.
Buy Tickets in advance: At Our Ticket Center
For group tickets, call 207-233-7485 or e-mail Info@mainefoodietours.com.
“I recently took the Culinary Trolley Tour of Portland, and I though it was amazing! I've never taken a city tour quite like this one. You get to see a good portion of the city by trolley, and you stop at about 6-7 different locations to try local foods (they were delicious!)... Some of the stops were more main-stream, but others you would never have stumbled upon as a tourist alone. It really was good. The tour guide was really knowledgeable and even recommended a few great restaurants for dinner later. We actually met the owner of the tour company, Pamela, and she was super nice especially since i forgot my confirmation slip and all I had was an email on my iPhone. Definitely a new way to see a great little city that tends to hide it's best stuff away. ”