The Best Las Vegas Food Tours

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When visiting Las Vegas, you’ll likely want to spend plenty of time at the casinos. But when it comes time to eat, you should know that Las Vegas has some of the best culinary offerings in the entire country.

It’s hard to know where to eat until you avail yourself of one of many Las Vegas food tours. When you take a food tour at the beginning of your Las Vegas trip, you’ll be equipped with the knowledge of where to get the best grub for the remainder of your vacation in Las Vegas.

The following are the best Las Vegas food tours to choose from:

1. Tacos & Tequila Food Tour

Get your Mexican vibe on with the first-ever Tacos & Tequila Food Tour. Meet your tour guide at 5 PM. On the day of the tour, your tour host will text you with the exact departure and meetup point. On this tour, you and your host will stroll the famous Las Vegas Strip, making stops to taste tacos at places such as Margaritaville, Carlos & Charlie, Chayo, Nacho Daddy, and Senor Frogs. You’ll get special deals and discounts at each establishment as part of the tour group.

What to Know: This tour is wheelchair accessible, but due to the extent of walking involved, it’s not recommended for those with back or heart problems or other serious medical conditions. Each member of your group should have a moderate level of fitness. Bring your friends, but the group is limited to a maximum of 50.

2. Secret Food Tour

This private Las Vegas Secret food Tour is sure to be a hit with you and your friends. For about three hours, you and your private party will be treated to an informative, privately guided tour of the most iconic food destinations in Las Vegas. You’ll learn more about the food history of Vegas and get to savor and taste snacks, appetizers, and full dishes of the best that Las Vegas has on offer.

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You and your group will have the undivided and personal attention of your amiable private tour guide as you sample, discuss and imbibe accompanying wines and Prosecco, according to the dishes being served.

What to Know: This is a private tour, so there is flexibility as far as dates and departure times, but the recommended departure time is 11 AM, so your group has plenty of time to enjoy the day. The tour lasts about three hours. The meetup point is at the entrance of the Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill, which you’ll find inside Caesar’s Palace. The final return will be at The Venetian, by the outdoor gondola.

3. Las Vegas Strip Sightseeing and Foodie Tour

Las Vegas is a famous vacation destination, but it’s also home to over 644,000 permanent residents. If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to eat in Sin City as a resident, this tour is for you. You’ll be guided to the eateries around the Las Vegas Strip, where the locals hang out.

Sample bites at the favorite dining establishments, including everything from upscale restaurants to street food carts. This is a casual tour taken on foot, so wear comfy walking shoes. Along the way, you’ll listen to fun anecdotes, get a Cliff Notes-style history lesson and get personal recommendations from your affable tour guide about must-see attractions in the Las Vegas area.

What to Know: This unique tour contains lots of “insider” information. Bring your own water, as water may not be available at every location. The departure point is at 5:30 PM in front of Bally’s, by the Grand Bazaar Shops. The return point is the Venetian. Please arrive 10 minutes before the scheduled departure time. Wheelchair accessible.

4. Las Vegas Strip and Downtown Scooter with Food Tour

This 4-hour tour in downtown and along the Las Vegas Strip will satisfy your curiosity about the area, as well as your food cravings. You’ll ride past the Venetian, the Bellagio, and other famous resort hotels on the Strip to taste the local fare.

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This tour includes a ride in a glass elevator to the top of the Rio Hotel and Casino. Your chariot will be a hot pink scooter car driven in a cavalcade with your tour guide in the lead. If walking is not your style, this scooter tour will fit the bill perfectly.

What to Know:

There is an option to be picked up and dropped off at your hotel, or you can opt to meet at the departure point at 3871 S. Valley View Blvd. Not wheelchair accessible. Not recommended for persons with chronic back pain. Maximum of two passengers per scooter car. Group is limited to seven scooters. Drivers must be 21 and older and hold a valid driver’s license.  The minimum age for a passenger is 18.

5. Eiffel Tower Dinner and Helicopter Ride

If you’re looking for a romantic Las Vegas food tour, this is the one for you. After being escorted from your hotel, you’ll be whisked away in a luxury vehicle and treated to a 12-15 minute helicopter ride over the Las Vegas Strip.

Before taking off, you and your partner will enjoy a complimentary champagne toast. During the helicopter ride, you’ll have an aerial view of the city at night, with your tour guide pointing out all the landmarks.

After the aerial tour, you and your partner will enjoy a luxurious 3-course dinner at the Eiffel Tower Restaurant, where you’ll dine with panoramic city views.

What to Know: This tour only operates in fine weather. The maximum group size is 12. Includes a souvenir Las Vegas helicopter tour photo frame and photo. Wheelchair accessible. Appropriate dress wear is required.

6. Chocolate Tour

You will adore the Las Vegas Chocolate Tour if you have a serious sweet tooth. Indulge yourself with this first-hand look at how chocolate is created in an actual working chocolate factory. M& M candy Artisans will show you how it’s done in a close-up personal atmosphere that you will remember for years.

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And, you will be able to sample the goodies as you explore everything sweet that Las Vegas has to offer.

What to Know: You’ll be transported via a comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle during this half-day tour. Snacks and various chocolate tastings are included. The departure point is 3785 S. Las Vegas Boulevard at 10 AM. There will be plenty of opportunities for pictures, souvenirs, and shopping. This tour is not wheelchair accessible, but it is suitable for children and strollers are accessible. Maximum of 15 in a group. Tour duration is an estimated 3-1/2 hours.

7. Best Bites Tour

If you’re the type who likes a little taste of everything, you’ll like the Best Bites Tour: A Beginner’s Guide to Sin City. This decadent tour is for those with an appetite for life and food. It all begins at lunchtime when you and your group will meet up with your tour guide at New York, New York. During the course of your food tour, you’ll savor everything from a classic pastrami sandwich to Neapolitan pizza  and a range of tantalizing desserts. On the way, your tour guide will regale you with stories about the culinary culture of Las Vegas and the history of the city.

What to Know: The tour lasts two and a half hours and includes three savory tasting locations plus one sweet. It’s both wheelchair and stroller accessible. You’ll depart from the Replica State of Liberty and return to the Bellagio Hotel & Casino. A maximum of 12 members per tour.

8. Arts District Food Tour

Those who appreciate the arts will love the Arts District Food Tour. This eclectic tour brings you and the other members of your party around to all the trendy hotspots in the Las Vegas area. For approximately three hours, you’ll enjoy a casual walking food tour encompassing the area’s most popular cultural restaurants and attractions in the Arts District.

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You’ll feel like a local as you sample bites from a range of tasty tidbits from three to four area restaurants. You’ll learn all about the Arts District and become knowledgeable thanks to your friendly tour guide. You and your group will be able to imbibe along the way as alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase at every location.

What to Know: The departure point is inside Bungalow Coffee shop at 201 E. Charleston Boulevard. Please arrive 10 minutes before departure. The return point is 1130 S. Casino Center Boulevard. This tour is both wheelchair and stroller accessible. Casual, comfortable dress and shoes are highly advised. Tour operates in all weather conditions.

9. Segway Foodie Tour

If you’ve never ridden a Segway, you’re in for a lot of fun. This Segway Foodie Tour combines the joy of culinary adventure with the excitement of riding a Segway to get to each destination. During your tour, you and the rest of your group members will experience everything from fine gourmet dining to succulent street food you’ll be crazy to get your hands on.

You’ll be zipping along and never bothered by crowds or traffic on your open-air Segway. This tour is ideal for people who don’t feel like trekking down the sidewalk on foot. Park your Segway and hop on into up to five different restaurants that are popular with the locals. You’ll also learn loads about the history of the culinary side of Las Vegas.

What to Know: You don’t need Segway experience to go on this tour. Instruction will be provided. Bottled water is provided. This tour is not wheelchair accessible. Each member is provided a headset so that you can clearly hear the tour guide. The use of a helmet is mandatory. Hotel pick up and drop off is available. Not recommended for persons with chronic back pain, those who are pregnant or who have serious medical conditions. A maximum  of 12 members of the tour is allowed.

10. Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park With Lunch Tour

Imagine spending the day touring through some of the most stunning natural scenery Nevada offers. You’ll experience that when you take the Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park Tour. It begins at 6 AM, when you’ll be picked up from your hotel or one of 18 other available locations.

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You’ll be driven to Zion National Park, where you’ll enjoy stunning views of canyon walls and natural rock formations not seen elsewhere in the U.S. At midday, you and the other party members will be treated to a sumptuous and satisfying lunch. There will b ample time to enjoy the panoramic views, take photos and enjoy being out in nature.

What to Know: This tour is not wheelchair accessible. Bottled water is provided. Hiking will be allowed. Please wear appropriate shoes, clothing, and protective headwear. Sunscreen is highly advised. This tour is only recommended for those who are physically fit. It is not recommended for those with back problems, pregnant women or anyone suffering from a heart condition. The total length of time is estimated at 13 hours.

There is no shortage of Las Vegas food tours for you, your friends, and your family.  Any of the above food tours will keep you full and satisfied during your exciting Las Vegas vacation!

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