Historic Northeast Minneapolis Food Tour

Historic Northeast Minneapolis Food Tour
Food, Wine & Nightlife > Food Tours > Culinary & Gourmet Tour
$45
Duration: 3 hours
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Description

Discover some of the best eateries in Minneapolis during the Historic Northeast Food Tasting and Cultural Walking Tour. Experience great food bites at six locations, Minnesota history, architecture, and rich cultural information while wandering through the Nicollet Island/East Bank riverfront neighborhood of Minneapolis. Whether visiting or local, or new to the Twin Cities, there are plenty of interesting tidbits and tastes to discover during this 3-hour, small-group stroll.

A food tasting and cultural walking tour is an ideal way to experience all a neighborhood has to offer.

Explore the Minneapolis riverfront, in one of many Northeast Minneapolis neighborhoods, stopping at six restaurants along the way. Walk through Nicollet Island and stroll along the length of the Mississippi River, where Minneapolis began. This route also includes a visit to historic Chute Square, and the oldest continuously running Catholic church in Minneapolis.

Get an insider's view of each food stop. Enjoy local favorites including sausages (also served at Target Field, home of the Minnesota Twins), authentic Neapolitan pizza, traditional Greek desserts, and local cheeses. Also, try dumplings from two separate cultures and locally made gelato. 

Along the way, see examples of the oldest architecture in Minnesota. Experience public art and neighborhood finds. Learn about the historic role of the Mississippi River, and influential Minnesotans. An enthusiastic and knowledgeable tour guide delights in creating entertaining and memorable experiences.

Discover some of the best eateries in Minneapolis during the Historic Northeast Food Tasting and Cultural Walking Tour. Experience great food bites at six locations, Minnesota history, architecture, and rich cultural information while wandering through the Nicollet Island/East Bank riverfront neighborhood of Minneapolis. Whether visiting or local, or new to the Twin Cities, there are plenty of interesting tidbits and tastes to discover during this 3-hour, small-group stroll.