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Bundle up your family and go outdoors this holiday season. Learn about your own city or a city you are visiting during the holidays. Road trip? You bet. Don’t let the colder temperatures and cloudy days keep you indoors when your palate is begging you to have fun!
Join us on a culinary adventure with your family, friends, coworkers or by yourself. Local Roots Food Tours offers winter walking food tours throughout the holiday season and into the new year. We have 4 delicious tours to choose from all in and around Sacramento, California.
Holiday Ticket Sale – now thru January 15, 2014.
With winter comes new farm to fork menus from our local chefs and energized tour participants ready to take on a food tour! In honor of the winter ahead of us we want to offer a great ticket deal for our customers and their friends & family. Use promo code: “MACARON” for any adult ticket and receive $15 off each ticket making adult tour tickets $45 to $50 each!
Hurry for this awesome offer: Sale will end January 15, 2013 so now’s the time to save! Limit ticket sale to 5 tickets per ticker order and per person.
To place an order for your food tour tickets
TOUR MENU FOR HAPPY HOLIDAYS TICKET SALE:
Looking more for a gift for a friend, loved one or a coworker who LOVES FOOD?
Local Roots Food Tours offers a great menu of gift certificate options for your holiday shopping needs.
Choose any food tour and send as a gift in either a physical gift certificate or virtually….either way it will warm the heart of those who love food!
HOLIDAY GIFT CERTIFICATE SALE:
Choose any gift certificate(s) and receive 20% off your entire order by using the promo code “HolidayGift”! Buy Your Gift Certificate Now!
Our Gift Certificates are good throughout the entire year and can be used for any walking food tour on our menu.
Local Roots Food Tours SUMMER SIZZLE TICKET SALE: $45.00 adult discount tickets for Sacramento Food Tours, $52 adult tickets for Murphy’s Food & Wine Tour by using special code “SIZZLE”!
Join our fun and entertaining culinary concierges this summer on one of our guided culinary walking adventures that walks you through heavily shaded streets in Sacramento’s most historical and cultural neighborhoods or down a rural mining town’s main street all while eating and drinking at hidden gems. Learn what continues to make Northern California a foodie’s paradise, one taste at a time.
Our three-hour City of Trees Food & Cultural Walking Tour , Origins of Sacramento Food & History Tour and our Murphys Food & Wine Tour are intimate in size (17 max on every tour)…..this is not your large group food crawl tour….it is a great opportunity to slow down and go behind the scenes and experience 8 individual servings at 6 different locations (all with air conditioning and seating)….no running out of food and literally…no running allowed! It’s all about savoring each bite that is specially prepared for our tour groups, learning about mom and pop eateries and restaurants that only the locals are lucky enough to know about-until now, exploring really cool neighborhood streets that are quiet, peaceful and surprisingly full of fun facts. We make sure every tour participant connects to the whole food tour experience which shows in previous participants raving reviews over our walking tours!
Get tidbits of history and beautiful architecture while tasting the scrumptious foods that make Sacramento valley’s culinary scene a regional treasure. You’ll taste farm fresh ingredients that inspire local chefs. Tours are offered throughout the week. Check our event calendar to see available tour dates. Advanced ticketing is required so hurry and take advantage of our SUMMER SIZZLE TICKET SPECIALS!!
Wanting to go with a group of friends or relatives and make it a private experience? No problem. Local Roots Food Tours offers private group food tours 6 days a week. Family reunions, vacations, or simply a time to get together with friends and enjoy food, fun and friendly people. Come join our culinary food walking adventure and remember to use special code word “SIZZLE”. Offer expires July 20, 2012!
Offer Details: Discount tickets apply ONLY to ADULT TICKET PRICING. Senior, Military and Children tickets are not included. Tickets must be purchased by July 20th, 2012 and tour date secure between June 20th thru July 20th, 2012. Exceptions can be made if you call directly and speak to our event planner/ticketing department. No other specials/discounts can be applied to the sale price ticket. Savings: $13.00 per ticket.
Local Roots Food Tours is celebrating the love of good food, good wine with great food tour participants by offering a culinary passport program; “Oh The Places We Go”! Walking food tours are a steady growing trend all over the world. Participants are taken on a foodie adventure by a trained guide on a walking route through a city’s downtown, back roads off the beaten path, historic neighborhoods, eclectic urban streets all while eating and drinking their way through the areas. Most walking food tours take participants on at least a 5 food stop itinerary on a well mapped out route. Local Roots Food Tours offers 5 different food tour options in Northern California where each different tour stops at at least 6 to 9 great foodie venues .
Local Roots Food Tours believes repeat customers need to be rewarded. They value their continued business. Local Roots Food Tours would like to thank their customers by offering an opportunity to earn a Free Food Tour Ticket for any of their tours. After completing their Culinary Passport with the required stamps achievers become a VIP Local Roots Food Tours Foodie. VIP LRFT Foodie offers great incentives, exclusive VIP food events and tours and promotional discounts to all their achievers.
To learn more about this Culinary Passport Program, visit Local Roots Food Tours website page: http://local-food-tours.com/culinary-cultural-experience/promotions/culinary-passport/
Jump on board and join Local Roots Food Tours on a fun food and wine adventure in Northern California. “Oh The Places We Go”
Sacramento is always being highlighted for something, but did you know Restaurant News recently named Sacramento as the city whose “Restaurants Sizzle”? Sacramento has evolved into a vibrant dining Mecca. Time magazine has also named Sacramento the most diverse city in America, which is reflected in the many flavors found in restaurants throughout the region. Be adventurous and ready to be entertained as you join Local Roots Food Tours in one of their 3 culinary tours in downtown Sacramento.
Taking time to explore the back streets by foot, taking your palate on a culinary journey is what Local Roots Food Tours is all about. Savoring, Learning, Exploring and Connecting its locals and tourist to Sacramento’s cuisine, culture and history. Their tours are a great way to get acquainted with the local food scene, and a great activity for visitors, families, and co-workers alike. They harness the power of great food to unite people, no matter their race or creed. Spend three hours learning and tasting, and you’re sure to come away a bit more enlightened than you already were. Book some time for you or your group and take a well-rounded sample of some delicious foods, from iconic restaurants to the hidden gems — you’ll see what the buzz is about! Local Roots Food Tours offers four tours in Sacramento; each distinctly different. City of Trees Food Tasting and Cultural Walking Tour and our Origins of Sacramento Food and Cultural Walking Tour are offered 6 days a week, custom group tours can be arranged as well. Their newest food tour experience is offered Wednesday and Thursdays; Market to Plate Executive Chef Lunch Tour
It’s that time of year! Turkeys are scrambling trying to get out of sight of the local farmers, temperatures are dropping and food tours are in full swing, showcasing some of the best cuisine the city has to offer. If you have ever wanted to go on a walking food tour but the price was holding you back – your time has come! Local Roots Food Tours has got all the trimmings for an excellent afternoon of foodie fun!
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Highlights of our walking food & cultural tours in Sacramento and what they are providing to the local community and businesses is spot on. One of our biggest goals in offering walking food tours in the Sacramento Region is to bring more awareness to the community of what is behind the next door in Sacramento’s cuisine, the fantastic fresh local ingredients being brought in from local farms and showcasing the incredible history by exposing the roots to where it all began. The most prevalent comment we receive in our reviews by tour participants is; “Wow, I didn’t even know that existed and I have lived down here for over 20 years”.
Our walking food tours, as stated by Blair Robertson, are a “Win/Win/Win” for everyone involved. Knowing our company is expanding within the next month to more pockets of Sacramento as well as some great towns outside of the grid is very exciting. We are moving in the direction we were hoping for and the reception has been amazing by our local communities and businesses. Our summer months walking food tours have been very well received by locals as well as quite a few touring families who are looking to learn more about Sacramento and its amazing local roots! Private group tours are always an option : Birthday, Anniversary, Bachelorette, Cooking and Book Clubs, Company Team Building…put a theme behind a food tour and we will guide and cater to your group’s needs. Tours launch every Tues, Thurs, Friday and Saturdays. 6 different locations, great food and refreshing drinks included in ticket price. Advanced ticketing is required. Midtown Food Tours will be launching in August. Keep checking back for more details on tickets and food tour menu teasers.
Come join our culinary and cultural food tours in Sacramento this week as we take a step FORWARD by celebrating the 80+ degree weather! Temperatures are cooling down but our tours are about ready to heat up in a week long offer!
Ticket prices are DROPPING for 1 week only!
$45.00 adult tickets for tours taken on
Tuesday, July 12th
Thursday, July 14th
Friday, July 15th
Saturday, July 16th
Take advantage of these lower priced tours for this week only by using special code: “80 degrees”. Now that’s Groovy, Baby!
Looking for a birthday, anniversary or wedding gift?
Our gift certificates make a wonderful and unique gift option and we will honor these low ticket prices for the week for our gift certificate purchases.
More BANG for the BUCK option. Now that’s psychedelic!
Sale prices will end on Saturday, July 16th at 10:30pm Pacific time.
Have you wondered what a walking food and cultural tour was about? Sound fun but you were waiting until the heat subsided before joining a tour? Weather forecast is GOING BACK TO THE 80′s for the entire week! Our trained tour guides will be taking you on a 3 hour culinary adventure while walking under beautiful shade trees and eating at 6 different restaurants that share their air condition with us! Refreshing drinks, local, fresh ingredients and great historical facts blended in. Sounds like a great afternoon to us! Come explore Sacramento’s hidden gems and enjoy the 80s! We might even have to have a “Name that 80′s tune” contest on our culinary adventure!
Advanced ticketing is required. Take advantage of this one week offer by entering special code: “80 Degrees”
Walking food and cultural tours are being offered in cities all around the globe.
1. Would rather be inside in a stuffy office or house than be outdoors in the fresh air.
2. If you simply don’t like to eat and try different types of food. You find food boring!
3. If you enjoy eating out of a can or bag rather than fresh local ingredients prepared by an artisan chef just for you.
4. If you are a loner and hate being around anyone.
5. You could care less about the history of the city you are living in or visiting…learning about “the roots” sounds dirty to you.
6. You don’t deal well meeting new people, making new friends/contacts. Shaking hands with chefs and restaurant owners sounds lame.
7. Humor to you is like nails across a chalkboard…..jokes are not a part of your vocabulary nor do you like hearing any.
8. Finding out where hidden gem eateries are and where great value meal offers are is a total waste of time and energy.
9. You have a fear of getting lost even though a trained guide would be leading the way.
10. You prefer to be in groups of more than 25 people at a time feeding off the same tray of food instead of your own personal fresh serving.
If you WEREN’T able to check off any 10 items above then WALKING FOOD & CULTURAL TOURS are just the activity you might be interested in participating in!
Learn more about your city’s great cuisine, architecture, history and culture all in one tour. Traveling this summer? Make sure to Google the city you are visiting and see if any walking food tours are offered. It’s a fantastic way to get to know the city you live in, are visiting or hope to live in in the future. Here is a listing of some Walking Food and Cultural Tours offered in some fun and tasty cities. Check them out!
SACRAMENTO, CA: http://www.localrootsfoodtours.com
SEATTLE, WA: http://www.savorseattlefoodtours.com
PORTLAND, OR: http://www.forktown.com
MIAMI, FL: http://www.miamifoodtours.com
NEW YORK, NY: http://www.foodsofny.com
CHAPEL HILL, NC: http://www.tastecarolina.net
CHICAGO, IL: http://www.chicagofoodplanet.com
SCOTTSDALE, AZ: http://www.arizonfoodtours.com
MINNEAPOLIS, MN: http://www.twincitiesfoodtours.com
Buy your walking food tour tickets today and see why it is becoming the NUMBER ONE ATTRACTION in CITIES ALL ACROSS THE NATION!
Every summer, Outstanding in the Field hit the road to bring farm to table cooking back to the source. Their mission is to re-connect diners to the land and the origins of their food, and to honor the local farmers and food artisans who cultivate it. Owner Denevan and his crew of cooks, servers and coordinators travel all across America and beyond. They host alfresco dinners at long tables in the middle of farm lands; whether it be a cornfield, pasture or vineyard, they set up a creative long table, chairs and all place settings. Uniqueness at its finest! Outstanding in the Field is a roving culinary adventure – literally a restaurant without walls.
Chefs from nearby restaurants in the area they are offering the dinners create dishes from local ingredients. Just picked berries, organic greens, free-range meats and local wines just to get you started. Wherever the location, the consistent theme of each dinner is to honor the people whose good work brings nourishment to the table. It takes a lot of ingredients to make a farm dinner. Some of the more important ingredients are people. Farmers work hard throughout the growing season, reap the harvest and take it to market for all of us to enjoy. Food artisans and chefs transform the harvest with creativity, respect for ingredients, attention to craft and a desire to give nourishment. These are the people that make it all possible. These are the wonderful people who have dedicated their lives to work that benefits us all. They grow, nurture, create, ferment, chop, boil, bake and plant their way into our lives.
The purpose of Outstanding in the Field events is to recognize these contributions to the table. As the sun sets, guests grab plates, sit down and meet their table-mates. While consuming their five-course meal with a local wine pairing the guests will be educated on where the food comes from and a chance to chat with new friends until the rooster crows! This year Outstanding in the Field is putting on dinners in 30 states plus Canada and Europe. For tickets, visit http://www.outstandinginthefield.com
Join Ronald McDonald House as they leisurely stroll through beautiful downtown and midtown Sacramento for their 2nd Annual Red Shoe Crawl on Sunday, June 26th 2011!
Not only will you have an opportunity to enjoy a variety of culinary delights from the best restaurants in the Sacramento region, you will be supporting Ronald McDonald House Charities® Northern California!
All proceeds raised will go directly to help the children and families served at the Sacramento Ronald McDonald House and Camp Ronald McDonald at Eagle Lake.
2011 Restaurants include: 3 Fires Lounge, Buckhorn Grill, Hamburger Patties, Lounge ON20, Lucca, L Wine Lounge & Urban Kitchen, Mini Burger Truck, Morgan’s Valley Bistro, Rubicon Brewing, Sapporo Grill, Trey B Cakes, Yogurtagogo, Zocalo & Mama Kim on the Go! Event After Party at L Wine Lounge!
Registration begins promptly at 1:00PM on the day of the event at the Sheraton Grand (1230 J Street Sacramento, CA 95814). This is where participants can sign in and receive their credentials.
PURCHASE TICKETS NOW!! $50 http://rmhcnc.eventbrite.com/Red Shoe Crawl
Sunday, June 26
1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Registration starts at 1:00 PM at the Sheraton Sacramento Grand,
1230 J Street
Red Shoe Crawl After Party
5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
L Wine Lounge & Urban Kitchen
Includes live entertainment and the chance to win two tickets anywhere Southwest Airlines flies.
The Sacramento Ronald McDonald House has served approximately 10,000 families since opening its doors in 1998. Our mission is to help children and their families by providing an atmosphere where families can rest, reflect, and find mutual support from other families facing similar struggles.
This home-away-from-home provides affordable, temporary housing to families who must travel to the Sacramento-area to receive medical treatment for their seriously ill or injured child at any of the area hospitals.
The mission of Camp Ronald McDonald at Eagle Lake is to provide confidence-building experiences and programs that are designed to encourage each camper’s individuality through the challenges of outdoor group living and teamwork in a supportive environment. An array of programs are offered and adapted to meet the individual needs of each camper. The staff includes experienced and well trained specialists in the fields of drama, arts and crafts, outdoor education, nutrition education, sports and waterfront activities.