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Taste of Chicago Food Tour

Quick Details

  • Duration: Tour starts at 11:00 am and last for 3 Hours
  • The price of this tour includes all food
  • If available, guests are welcome to purchase adult beverages/cocktails (21 and over) along the way 
  • Shopping is allowed at locations (if available)
  • Tour starts at Pizano’s Pizza at 61 E. Madison St., Chicago 
  • Please wear comfortable shoes and clothing and dress for rain or shine

Chicago Walking Food Tour 

Taste the best food in Chicago’s Downtown Loop neighborhood on this food tour! You might recognize Chicago’s central business district from movies like High Fidelity, The Blues Brothers or more recently, The Dark Knight. Explore Millennium Park and see landmarks like the Art Institute, the Old Marshall Fields building, and the Chicago Cultural Center with our enthusiastic guides while chowing down on local favorites.

Taste Chicago Pizza and More on Your Tour

Pizano’s Pizza

Roll up your sleeves and get messy with world-famous, gourmet deep dish pizza. This pizza pioneer family has been serving its pizza pie (the secret’s in the crust) for more than 60 years. Voted #1 deep dish pizza in Chicago by USA Today.

The Goddess and the Baker

With a fanatical focus on pastries and sweets, Goddess and The Baker serves dessert all day. Choose from their layered rainbow cakes, cupcakes, creative cookies, brownies, and more — we hope you save room for something sweet!

The Berghoff

The oldest family-run establishment in Chicago, The Berghoff, opened in 1898 and prides itself on serving classic German “tradition with a twist” along with its own line of beers.

Special Note: From November – February, the Berghoff will be replaced with the Billy Goat Tavern.

Chicago Kernel

Chicago-style popcorn that makes your stomach growl just from the smell. If your Tastebud sample isn’t enough, you just might leave with an extra tin or two!

Fannie May Chocolates

Try several different chocolates here and discover why they’ve been a Chicago favorite and household name since 1920.

Pittsfield Cafe 

Created in the 80’s and tucked away from the hustle and bustle, the Pittsfield Cafe is truly one of Chicago’s hidden gems off the “eaten” path!  Enjoy the surroundings of this stunning Spanish Gothic style atrium while enjoying a classic Chicago Style Hotdog! As a friendly reminder, please hold the ketchup!