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editor's picks

7 ways to taste the city

November 2013

Allyson Marrs

Editor's Picks

In celebration of our food issue, here are our top picks for touring the city’s culinary scene.

1. Savor Seattle

Take one of Savor Seattle’s five pink umbrella tours and nibble your way around places like Pike Place Market or Capitol Hill. They also have gourmet and chocolate indulgence-themed options.


2. Seattle Food Tours

With a tagline of "local flavor" these expert guides take you through Pike Place Market, Belltown restaurants or Capitol Hill, with the last two requiring guests be at least 21 years of age.


3. EverGreen Escapes

During the Woodinville Wine Trail Experience, tasters visit three wineries and also nibble on local meats and cheeses.


4. Seattle Bites

For those with a bigger appetite, this tour offers fare at eight to nine Pike Place Market stops, and it’s currently TripAdvisor’s No. 1 tour.


5. White Moustache Urban Adventure Co.

If you prefer your food on wheels, this unique tour drives guests to various stops based on themes, and orders up full-size portions. The perks of riding versus walking are that you eat on the go, which allows more time for more food.


6. Food Trucks

They’re on the Eastside, too! Whether you’re in Bellevue, Redmond, Issaquah, Bothell, Kirkland or Renton, a truck is driving your way. With new schedules every week, you have the opportunity to taste a whole fleet.


7. Build Your Own

There are plenty of fine places to feast on the Eastside. Create you own list of stops (be sure to include one of the Club’s three eateries!) and split dishes with friends … to save room for more, of course.

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