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Learn about this trendy and vibrant downtown area! Eat, drink, and explore Tucson.
Our private and custom group tours are the perfect way to get a taste of Tucson while enjoying the company of friends, family, or co-workers. We try not to limit ourselves to just doing daytime food tours so we are happy to tailor a unique culinary experience to your group’s needs.
Listed below are some examples of custom tours that we have done for different groups in the past. We can get creative and design a tour just for you and your friends, clients, or coworkers interests and needs!
On this tour we go to local breweries and tasting rooms, trying flight-sized beer samples at each stop. We can also arrange for a tour of one of the breweries along the way. Typically we make 3-4 brewery/tasting room stops, and each guest tries 3-4 beers at each stop. We can also include snacks or a full meal on this one! Some of our stops in the past have been Barrio Brewery, Borderlands Brewery, Dillinger Brewing, Crooked Tooth, Corbett Brewery, and Pueblo Vida Brewing.
We have hosted several variations of this tour depending on the size of the group and the time we are allotted. We typically start with a glass-blowing demonstration, followed by a stop at a gallery featuring locally made glass art. We then head to a local restaurant for a bite to eat, such as El Charro Cafe or Cafe A La C’Art. We check out many of the amazing murals in the downtown area, and then we can end at a group of shops that feature local artisans goods. There’s even a way to buy prints of many of the murals that we just got to see!
This one has something to drink for everyone! It starts with a wine tasting at Tap & Bottle, with the wine expert sharing tasting notes and teaching us about the wines we are tasting. If you want to have a certain theme to the wine ie: favorite regions, varietals, or you just want to try local wines, we can make sure to have it set up just for you! We then walk over to Borderlands Brewing Tap Room, and try their locally brewed beers. After that, we go to The Playground to try a few half-sized craft cocktails, with the beverage director telling us about how they came up with each one. Make sure you wear your party pants for this one! We can have food/snacks included on this tour as well.
What do you call a food tour in the evening? A progressive dinner tour! These usually have 3-4 stops, with the first stop being appetizers, then 1-2 stops with more entree type food, and finally we stop somewhere for dessert. All of this varies depending on the size of the group, day of week, and timeframe.