Thursday Jun 01, 2023

Treasure Coast Culinary Tours in Fort Pierce, Vero Beach help local businesses

Shelly Metz was gearing up for her family’s upcoming vacation to Fort Pierce, researching touristy activities when she came across Treasure Coast Culinary Tours.

Why not, Metz thought, the family loves to try local cuisine, and it’s a great way to get to know the area as first-time visitors.

The Metz family, of Columbus, Ohio, bopped around Downtown Fort Pierce on June 9 — chowing down on crepes, seafood gumbo, blackened shrimp tacos, wagyu beef and crab bisque.

“You know, every restaurant has their signature food or drink, and as people who have never been here before, you wouldn’t

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DOT’s 2021 ‘Kain na!’ with developed culinary tours, food trips unveiled

MANILA, Philippines —This year’s “KAIN NA! Food and Travel Festival” was made special by the tour developed by members of the Philippine Tour Operators Association Inc. (PHILTOA) and the food tourism consortium, according to Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat.

The food and travel festival is once again a hybrid edition in partnership with Ayala Malls.

With the theme “Food Tourism Reboot,” Kain na! which began last June 10 served a signature line-up of digital events such as the Global PROSPECTives in Food and Gastronomy Tourism, Food Tourism Exchange, and Food Tourism 101 which would be held until June 13.

These are

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Scarlet Bee to move, new wine tours, a Table update

ASHEVILLE – While brewery tours abound, there hasn’t been much in the way of wine tours in Asheville. Now, two local women have decided to change that.

New wine tours for WNC

Kelly Denson of All American Food Fights and Kasey Hotchkiss of Asheville Detours have launched Blue Ridge Wine Tours, which explores the growing world of Western North Carolina wine. 

Tour groups will meet local winemakers, explore vineyards with mountain views and, of course, drink locally made wines.

Hendersonville’s main tourism department says its wine region, known as the Crest of the Blue Ridge, was named an American

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Rhode Island Red Food Tours return for the 2021 Season

By Andrea McHugh on behalf of Rhode Island Red Food Tours

Rhode Island Red Food Tours is excited to announce the return of their wildly popular (and delicious!) food tours this month.

The Newport Neighborhood Food Tour makes its 2021 debut on April 24th and the Downcity Providence Food Tour one week later on May 1st.

“So many people, including within our own community, have endured incredible loss and hardship as a result of the ongoing pandemic. The past year has been a tremendously difficult time for everyone, and those in the hospitality and tourism industry have

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Atlanta, Georgia, Weekend Guide: Black History, Food Tours, and Orchids

Drive 10 minutes east to the High Museum of Art, a sprawling Midtown campus with buildings designed by Pritzker Prize–winners Richard Meier and Renzo Piano and a collection of 18,000-plus artworks, including an Auguste Rodin bronze in the courtyard. (Visitor numbers are currently limited, so be sure to reserve your ticket in advance.) 

Hang around Midtown and grab pizza at Slim & Husky’s, where the bold murals are sure to catch your attention. Hip hop and R&B serve as inspirations for this restaurant, meaning you’ll find pizzas like the meat-topped Cee No Green and the vegan Nothin But

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Finger Licking Foodie Tours – Food & Beverage Magazine

On the heels of its smash-hit self-guided culinary excursions in Las Vegas, Finger Licking Foodie Tours is excited to announce its first foray into Chicago with its new decadent deep-dish pizza tour, debuting appropriately enough on April 5, National Deep-Dish Pizza Day, and available every day afterward.


The 2 ½-hour self-guided tour provides the most efficient, effortless and profound way to take a delicious deep dive into deep-dish. Chicago-native and Finger Licking Foodie Tours founder Donald Contursi, who grew up on the city’s most iconic dish, has created the ultimate deep-dish tour that allows guests to enjoy not one, not

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