The Burgh Bits and Bites Food Tour takes place in Pittsburgh and locates some of the most tasty food vendors and fantastic eateries in the Steel City’s busy hub of culinary delights and delicious food. The Bits and Bites Tour was established in 2008 and encourages people from all walks of life to join their tour, as they wish to treat everybody like reconnoitering foodies on the hunt for the best food Pittsburgh has to offer.

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Burgh Bits and Bites Food Tour – Team

Sylvia has a strong team of tour guides and they all believe that exploring the neighborhood and experiencing the local food gives you a unique perspective on the local community. Each member of Sylvia’s 10+ team has a distinctive outlook on their love for food and food tourism and they each have a story that links them to the food tour. Michelle, for example, is a mother of 2 who found a passion for cooking, left her desk job, and combined her love for food and customer service. Another, Valerie, has a passion for all foods around the world and loves to travel. In all, the Burgh Bits and Bites Food Tour is superbly well handled and well worth the while.

Burgh Food Tours

The “Strip District Market Tour” takes a trip to Penn Avenue and lasts for 2 hours, as do all tours. The tour takes place no matter the weather and has a capacity for 12 people. The meetup is in Pittsburgh’s Strip District and moves on to eating establishments with a rich local history. The foods here are from around the world and will appeal to the taste buds of visitors who like a little spice in their life. There are Polish and Mediterranean specialties, Italian pastries, and European breads and meats. The funky Southside has the groovy South Side Tour that features restaurants, galleries, live music venues, theatres, and boutiques that are all in close proximity to each other. East Carson Street has samples of pizzas, Italian beef sandwiches, grape leaves, and cupcakes. Brookline has diversity at its door with many regions of food up for grabs: Tacos from a Mexican carniceria; pita bread from an authentic Mediterranean bakery, and the Little Italy-styled pizza that can be tasted in Bloomfield.

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Bloomfield is purely Italian and couldn’t be tastier! The tour is available on Saturday afternoons and has samplings of pasta, biscotti, pizza and other Italian delicacies. Lawrenceville is funky, artsy, and friendly. The foods represent the history of Lawrenceville, with specialties like pierogi and Burgh’s top hot dogs. Northside will have tourists enjoying German pretzels and discovering what Allegheny City used to be. Groups of students and a variety of other groups can also be accommodated.

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