Chance to explore the vibrant food scene on Division Street
Samples of delectable food and drink at 5 different stops
Tasty range of cuisines from Indian & New Mexican to German
Tastings of microbrews & a hand-crafted margarita
Knowledgeable guide to lead you to all the best hot spots
What's included, what's not
Guided food tour of Portland's SE Division Street
Food and beverages
Live tour commentary provided in English
Tour guide gratuity, recommended at ten dollars per person
Know Before You Book
Children 4 and younger are complimentary provided they do not eat or drink on the tour.
You must be 21 years of age and present a valid photo ID in order to consume alcohol.
This activity is wheelchair accessible if noted in advance.
At least 4 people are required for this activity to take place.
Maximum group size is 12 people.
Tour stops may vary.
Tour departure times and meeting locations vary. You will receive confirmation of your exact tour departure time and meeting location when you call to confirm your reservation.
Check-in is 5 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.
What you can expect
Uncover the most delicious food and beverages in Portland, a city known for its quirky small businesses, international cuisine, and hand-crafted beer and wine. Join your food-loving guide for a tour that takes you to 5 locations on vibrant SE Division Street, home to some of the most creative eateries in town.
Meet your fellow foodies on Division Street and set off to explore the mouthwatering tastes of the city, from authentic New Mexican food and Indian street snacks to homemade pie and regional wine, to sausages and microbrews. Division Street is the new “it” street in Portland for food, wine, and beer.
Start your tour at a New Mexican restaurant for classic sopapillas and prickly pear margaritas at this locals only spot. Continue on to a James Beard award nominated bakery to sample fantastic baked goods in an airy, gorgeous little bakery. From there, the tour takes you to a casual Indian eatery serving street-style classics like spicy potato dumplings or paneer rolls, and then to a Portland favorite sausage maker for sausages paired with beer. Finish the tour with a seasonal pie, made with all butter crusts and Oregon ingredients, like apples, cherries, or strawberies.
Stops may include:
- La Panza
- Bollywood Theater
- Little T Bakery
- Olympia Provisions Public House
- Lauretta Jean's
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