Taste of New Haven offers a variety of walking food tours throughout New Haven, CT. Each of their culinary tours are led by experienced guides who lead participant on a foodie adventure that showcases the history and rich culture of the city. The company's goal is to create enjoyable experiences that connect people with the local food, history, and culture.

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The Live To Eat Tour combines amazing drinks, food, and atmosphere with the education and science of healthy eating. During the walking tour, participants can try delicious food from around the world. The knowledgeable tour guide is educated in genetics and nutrition, and guides guests to several different local cafes and restaurants. This tour begins with Ethiopian cuisine at Lalibela, then heads to B Natural Café for some fresh juice. Tour-goers will also sample saketinis and sushi at Miya's, and Indian street food at Thali Too.

Taste of New Haven's Be Sweet Tour indulges the sweet tooth. The tour visits seven different locations where sweets are mixed with some savory bites and drinks to help cleanse guests' palates, all while taking in the architecture and history of downtown New Haven. Starting at Anna Liffey's, participants will sample a Guinness and an Irish breakfast, followed by buttery and smooth cupcakes at Katalina's. Samples also include a delicious crepe from Choupette Creperie, a donut from Tony's Square Donuts, a glass of wine at Odd Bins Bottle Shop, and a cannoli from Lucibello's Italian Pastry Shop. The four hour, four mile tour ends with mojitos and Cuban food at Zafra Rumbar.

The Pizza Lovers Tour is great for beer buffs and pizza lovers, as it explores the famous pizzerias on Wooster Street, buzzing downtown New Haven, and East Rock's quaint corners. This tour lasts around 5 hours, visits four pizzerias, and includes around four miles of walking. The begins with a visit to New Haven's most famous and oldest pizzeria: Frank Pepe Pizzeria. A walk over to State Street leads to a visit to Modern Apizza, a rockstar pizzeria. The tour then makes its way to Bar in downtown New Haven. The last stop is Sally's Apizza, a legendary pizzeria back on Wooster Street. There is plenty of pizza and beer, as well as history and walking during the tour.

Taste of New Haven's On 9 Tour explores one of downtown New Haven's most eclectic corners with samples of delicious food. Taking place around and within Ninth Square, this tour is very hands-on. This tour begins at Elm City Market, where participants can see, smell, and sample local produce and other foods. The tour then heads over to G Café to sample pastries and bread. Other stops along the tour include Indian cuisine from Tikkaway Grill, wine and pasta at Skappo Italian Restaurant, Italian imports from Skappo Merkato, and more Indian fare and beer at Thali. The last stop of the tour is Fornarelli's Ristorante for some samples of both sweet and savory dishes, as well as wine.

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