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Bored to Order In? A Chicago Food Tour Might Be an Interesting Idea

Roxana Anton

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Bored to Order In? Want to experience something new, while taking a walk and discovering new sites in your area?

Discover Chicago's Best Sites and Culinary Experiences with a Walking Food Tour.

It will assure you taste some of the hottest things in town while being safe in sanitized food places.

You will also do a considerable distance on foot, to make sure you burn all the calories that you ingurgitate during these fun and tasty adventures.

Sunset Dinner Cruise With Buffet & Music

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This one's not necessarily about eating & walking.

It's more about eating & dancing.

Make your evening in Chicago one to remember with this 2,5 h luxury sunset cruise that brings more things into one package: dinner, sightseeing, and dancing along the shores of Lake Michigan.

Feast your eyes on incredible views of iconic Windy City sights like Navy Pier, the Willis (Sears) Tower, Buckingham Fountain, and Soldier Field, then fill your belly with a fresh all-you-can-eat buffet. Dance music and a DJ are also part of the party.

It’s the perfect way to get your fill of amazing Windy City skyline views, along with a delicious selection of salads, entrees and desserts, and live entertainment.

Departing and returning point: Navy Pier, Chicago

Chicago Food Tasting: 3 hours Guided walking tour

Taste Chicago's favorite foods: pizza (taste the pizza deep-dish that is the specific pizza from Chicago), hot dogs, Italian beef, and desserts.

Discover Chicago's iconic Millennium Walk, Riverwalk and Wrigley Building and experience the city's world-renowned architecture and design. This is probably the perfect tour to get accommodated with the City Center, especially if you are new in town.

For an extra cost, you will get a VIP beer package.

Lonely Planet Experience: History and Food Chicago Tour

What better way to combine a tasty meal with a historic tour?

Join us for the ultimate foodie adventure in the historic North River area, to find out why people in Chicago have such a passion for their hot-dog.

From deep plate pizza to Chicago-style hot dogs, this tour will leave you filled with delicious local foods and insider knowledge of the city's culinary history and culture.

Maximum of 10 participants, starting time: 13:00. English guide available. Prices about 50$.

Best in Chow: Chicago River North Food Tour

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What's included: food tasting, enough for a lunch, with five tastings of classic Windy City cuisine.

1,4 miles of walking, will help you to explore Chicago and burn all the extra calories.

" Skip the lines and enjoy VIP access to classic Chicago restaurants". (

Small-Group Chicago Food Tour: Gold Coast and Old Town

3-hour Chicago food tour within a group of a maximum of 18 people, ideal to avoid the crowds.

Mobile ticket offered in English.

A gourmet tasting with all the fees included.

You’ll stop at seven popular shops and eateries, including a specialty tea merchant, confectioner, European bakery, and — of course — Chicago-style pizzeria.

Chicago Favorites Ultimate Food & Walking Tour

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Visit Millennium Park, the Palmer House Hotel, and other city landmarks in this walking food tour.

As for the people who already tried it, it is one of the most affordable foods & walking experiences.

Taste the most common Chicago flavors, like deep-dish pizza, hot-dogs, pastry, and chocolate.

All food tastings are included, and the tour covers an easy 1.5 miles (2.4 km) suitable for most fitness levels.

What's included: food tasting, expert tour guide.

Small-group food tour of Chicago's Chinatown

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Approximate time: 3 hours. For a maximum of 12 people. Mobile ticket, English guide. All tastings included.

Follow your local guide through this gourmet walking tour of Chicago's Chinatown, one of the oldest Chinese neighborhoods in the country.

The tastings include 5 locations and are enough to be considered for a full lunch experience.

Keeping You sage during Covid-19

All these experiences are meant to keep you safe during the pandemic, applying the following safety measures:

Face masks are required for travelers in public areas.

Face masks are required for guides in public areas.

Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff.

Social distancing during the experience.

Gear/equipment sanitized between uses.

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