Salt Lake City Food and Drink Walking Tour

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Salt Lake City, US
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Embark on a culinary adventure in Salt Lake City with our Food and Drink Walking Tour. Led by a professional chef, this immersive experience will take you through the city's vibrant food scene, where you'll savor award-winning cheeses, salamis, chocolates, and mouthwatering chicken sandwiches. As you stroll through downtown, our knowledgeable guide will share fascinating facts about Salt Lake City's history, from the influence of native American tribes to the pioneers of the Latter-Day Saint faith. Along the way, you'll also be treated to stunning public art installations. This 2 to 2.5-hour tour promises a delightful blend of flavors, culture, and sightseeing. Meet us at the iconic sculpture of Petunia the Pig, and get ready to tantalize your taste buds and discover the hidden gems of Salt Lake City's culinary landscape.

About this experience

  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • 2 hours - 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Suitable for 2-12 Participants
  • Small Group Tour, Private Tour
  • Guided Experience
  • Sample award-winning cheeses, salamis, and chocolates
  • Learn about the history of Salt Lake City
  • Walk by Temple Square and learn about its significance
  • Enjoy a bite of caramel apple in the beautiful City Creek Center
  • Try a delicious Nashville hot style chicken sandwich and view public art.
  • Bottled water
  • Snacks
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Interesting cultural and historical information about salt lake city and utah.
  • Uncovered self-parking pay lot ($9-11 usd)

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Experience the vibrant culinary scene of Salt Lake City on the Salt Lake City Food and Drink Walking Tour. This unique tour is curated by a professional chef and offers a delightful journey through the city's diverse food culture. From award-winning cheeses and salamis to delectable chocolates and chicken sandwiches, this tour will tantalize your taste buds and introduce you to the hidden gems of Salt Lake City's food scene.

What to expect?

During this tour, you can expect a duration of 120 to 150 minutes filled with delicious food tastings, fascinating historical facts, and stunning city sights. The tour starts at the sculpture of Petunia the Pig in front of Uffens Marketplace on Broadway Street. From there, you'll embark on a culinary adventure, sampling artisanal cheeses, salamis, and chocolates as you stroll along Pioneer Park. On your way, you'll pass by iconic landmarks like the Salt Palace, Temple Square, and the historic Regent Street.

Who is this for?

This food and drink walking tour is perfect for anyone who wants to experience the rich flavors of Salt Lake City. Whether you're a seasoned foodie, a history enthusiast, or simply looking for a unique way to explore the city, this tour has something for everyone. It's a fantastic opportunity to learn about the city's development, including the influence of native American tribes, Latter-Day Saint pioneers, and various immigrant cultures.

Why book this?

Indulge your senses and immerse yourself in the vibrant food culture of Salt Lake City. This tour offers an exciting blend of culinary delights, historical insights, and stunning city sights. Led by a professional chef, you'll experience the city like a local, discovering hidden culinary treasures and learning about the fascinating stories behind each bite. Whether you're a fan of cheese and chocolate or a lover of spicy Nashville hot chicken sandwiches, this tour promises to satisfy all your cravings. Don't miss this opportunity to embark on a culinary adventure unlike any other.

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The Salt Lake City Food and Drink Walking Tour lasts between 120 to 150 minutes, providing ample time to savor the flavors and explore the city. The tour starts at the sculpture of Petunia the Pig in front of Uffens Marketplace and concludes at White Horse Spirits and Kitchen on Main Street. Along the way, you'll have the chance to try locally prized whiskies, indulge in caramel apples, and admire the city's public art. Come prepared with comfortable walking shoes, an empty stomach, and a curious appetite for culinary exploration.


Customers who have participated in the Salt Lake City Food and Drink Walking Tour rave about their experiences. They highlight the knowledgeable and friendly guides who provided fascinating facts about the city's history and culinary traditions. The variety of food tastings, including the award-winning cheeses and the iconic Nashville hot style chicken sandwich, left participants craving for more. The combination of delicious food, captivating stories, and beautiful city sights made this tour a memorable and enjoyable experience for all. Join the ranks of satisfied customers and embark on this culinary journey through Salt Lake City.

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  • You can book at any time before the event

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Your Itinerary

Pioneer Park

On our way to and from the market, where we'll sample some cheeses, salamis and chocolates, we'll walk alongside Pioneer Park and talk about the foundation of the Salt Lake area.

Salt Palace Convention Center

(Pass by)

On our walk from Pioneer Park we'll pass and discuss many locations of interest including The Salt Palace which has a fascinating history including serving as the location for coverage of the 2002 Winter Olympic Games.

Temple Square

(Pass by)

As we head into the City Creek Center for a quick rest, we'll walk by Temple Square and touch on the depth of it's significance to the city and to the Latter-Day Saint faith.

City Creek Center

The group will pause for a breather and a bite of caramel apple in the City Creek Center which is a beautiful place to kick back for a bit.

Gallivan Center

The walk from City Creek Center will take us through the historic Regent Street where we'll have some Nashville hot style chicken sandwich and view some of the city's public art. We'll also be passing by the Gallivan Center where some of the 2002 Olympics festivities were held as well as all sorts of performances like the yearly Twilight Concert Series.

Salt Lake City

Towards the end of our walk there will be a series of historic city architecture including The Judge Building which is featured in Murder Among the Mormons on Netflix. There are also a few favorite places to eat and drink in the are of which our concluding stop where we'll grab some more tasty samples along with a few sips of locally prized whiskies before we depart.



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Even though the other party canceled last minute, he meant just the two of us, so it ended up being a private tour. We really liked how knowledgeable he was. So much history and fun facts! He was very friendly, and all of the food was so yummy. We learned so much about Salt Lake City’s history at the same time as enjoying some great eats!


This was an amazing experience! Ray was an excellent guide, showing us both culinary, cultural, historic and architectual highlights of Salt Lake City. He is super sweet and knowledgeable, and he took us to hidden places in the city, we would never have found ourselves. This experience gave us a whole new perspective on the variety of Salt Lake City. Highly recommend this. Well worth the prize.


A fantastic experience. The guide was incredibly friendly, very passionate about the local food and knowledgeable about local history and sites. Well learned so much about the local food, culture and history and visited places we would never have found


Raymond Muccillo was an excellent guide for this food tour. He's not only very knowledgeable about Utah food, he also is a wealth of knowledge on Utah history, culture, and religion. I appreciate that he did not cancel the tour even though I was his only guest. The food we ate was delicious. I liked the route we walked and I learned a lot about Salt Lake City history. I highly recommend this food tour.


The tour was absolutely amazing! Great selection of food sites. Ray knew history that I'd never heard of, and I've lived here my whole life. I would highly recommend this to anyone visiting Salt Lake City, or even locals who want a fun night out. Worth the price.


I had a great time walking Salt Lake City and learning about Utah history and all the specilalized food products coming from Utah. It was great, the guide was so helpful and gave us great recommendations of where to go after the tour.
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