1. Niagara on the Lake, ON, Winery Tours of Niagara
Just a short distance from Niagara Falls sits Niagara on the Lake. Famous for being the hub of Ontario's wine industry and the largest appellation in Canada. Celebrities, Athletes, and Wine Masters all call Niagara on the Lake home for their Vineyards, from Château des Charmes to Wayne Gretzky Estates Winery. With Winery Tours of Niagara, you will visit 4 different wineries, where you will sample and nibble while learning about what makes Niagara on the Lake so uniquely and proudly Canadian. Where else is Canada could so many people come to together in perfect wine harmony!
2. Toronto, ON, Drink Toronto
What can you say about Toronto, Canada's largest city, Home of the Maple Leafs, Blue Jays, Raptors, and TFC. It is also home to the most diverse population in Canada and has some of the most diverse food in Canada. From traditional Cantonese to 5-star fusion from celebrity chefs, on a Drink Toronto food and drink tour, you will discover the smells and tastes of Toronto for yourself. Whether its the beers and bites of College Street to a wine tour leading up to seeing Grease the musical in live production. Leave the over-hyped Instagram'd establishments behind and truly experience TO as a local!
3. Montreal QC, Mile End Food Tour
The Mile End is Montreal's top cultural & culinary destination. Discover its thriving foodie scene and artist community on Mile End Food Tour's three-hour food tour. You’ll get the chance to experience life as a native Montrealer, as you have over 6 different tasting of local Quebec wine, craft beer and Quebec staples of St-Viateur Bagel and Kem Coba. Just like in Toronto, it is so easy to fall into the trap of over-hyped restaurants. Mile End Food Tour, will definitely show you Montreal's hidden gems!
4. Quebec City, QC, Canada, Tours Voir Quebec
Quebec City is a rather unique city. One moment you are in Old Quebec City walking down cobblestone streets, the next you can be at the Videotron centre seeing a sold-out rock show. With Tours Voir Quebec you will get to experience Quebec City like a local. Through its 2.5 hour tour you will see the highlights of Old Quebec City and the picturesque Saint-Jean-Baptiste district. You will discover authentic Quebec culture at stops such as Le Moine Échanson for some organic wine, Le Snack Bar for the Quebec delicacy of Poutine, and "Crêperie le Billig" for a traditional crêpe. The guides are so "hands on" and genuinely care about their guests, providing everything from directions to dinner recommendations!
5. Moncton, N.B., TASTE THIS
Even with a little bit of "foodie" in your soul, this tour is a must do! On this three-hour guided excursion, you will enjoy tasty samples of local, traditional, and international dishes. New Brunswick’s culture extends far beyond its Acadian influence and seafood, welcoming ethnicity from all corners of the globe. The cuisine has evolved into a fusion of flavors we are certain will please your palate. Discover the stories of the restauranteurs and chefs that will inspire and fascinate you as you learn about the rich history of the beautiful cities and towns of New Brunswick. When you have a guide that truly lives within a community it shows, and that's what you can expect from TASTE THIS!
6. Charlottetown, PEI, Canada, TASTE THE TOWN
If you are a foodie and/or a history buff (which you must be if you’re reading this blog) then Taste the Town offers you the chance to get up close and personal with Charlottetown's best seafood and fish, craft beers, and all kinds of other Island products. Including hot spangled chip made from the islands red russet potatoes from the infamous Queen of Fries, Malpeque oysters, and Island blue mussels. Discover what makes Charlottetown a must see Maritime destination, as you enjoy a leisurely three-hour tour around historic Charlottetown.
7. Halifax, NS, LOCAL TASTINGS TOURS
Started in 2012, Local Tasting is the original Halifax food tour! Since then Local Tastings have strived to find innovative ways to show guests and locals what life in Nova Scotia is all about. Examine the history of Halifax and Nova Scotia through its culinary scene. During the tour your guide will showcase the culture and architecture while introducing you to the people who make up this amazing community.
8. Yarmouth, NS, YARMOUTH FOODIE WALKING TOURS
Yarmouth is steeped in rich history and is home to some of the freshest and best seafood in the world. Join your guide Carole on a mouth-watering foodie tour that features local beer, seafood, wine, sweets and even a personalized tasting tour of the Farmers' Market.
9. Annapolis Valley, Wolfville, NS, TASTE OF WOLFVILLE TOURS
Wolfville is a culinary hot spot in the Annapolis Valley with over 21 eateries to entice the most famished foodie. This tour will guide you through the abundance of culinary choice with a behind the scenes look at Annapolis Valley’s booming culinary scene. You will try truffles, munch on meze platters, slurp soup, cherish crêpes, sip cider, and so much more!
10. Saint John, N.B., Canada, UNCORKED TOURS
How could we have a list of the top food & drink tours without including ourselves! We have several tours to choose, from the Seafood City Tour where you will have some of the best seafood and fish in the Maritimes, to the Saint John Brewery Tour where you will sample some of the best craft beer in New Brunswick. Our Uncork Saint John Tour is the tour that started it all. This tour features the oldest continually operating six days a week market in Canada, some of the best Salmon in the Maritimes, craft beer, artisan cocktails and history of Canada’s oldest incorporated city. We even have an Uncork Saint John early edition. If you have an early departure time we even an Uncork Saint John early edition that started at 10:00 am and wraps up around noon. You'll swap out some of the alcohol for some local coffee and treats. All daily tours are $69+tax(CDN) and last about 2-2.5 hours. Regardless of what tour you choose you will surely discover the spirit of New Brunswick.
8/20/2018 06:33:29 pm
That was so amazing. The winery is a high maintenance kind of business, but indeed a good income. I have heard a lot of kinds of wine and some said that it has a good taste the more it became old. My nephew wanted a newer one, but I preferred an old. I really enjoy going into different wine restaurants. Thank you so much for letting us know more about wines. I hope that you will still be posting more about wines.
10/31/2018 11:25:18 pm
Do we really have to follow every etiquette or rule that is being laid out in front of us? Some of these don't make sense anymore. Sometimes they are already outdated. But then the world is full of creatures of habit and we are caught or shall I say trapped in the middle of all these people who don't bother to use their brains anymore. They just keep following everything presented to them. They don't check anymore if it's the right thing to do. People do the right things at the wrong time sometimes.
11/4/2018 03:54:53 pm
It's nice to find out about what other people are interested in but me, more than the actual quality of the food, I just want to eat in peace. I don't want anything potentially obnoxious around me. I am going to reward myself with a lunch on a far away place away from the legions after all of this. I will bring my son and no one else shall come. I hate everyone else. I hope they all disappear in my circle.
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