Heights Food Tour
Northeast of Downtown sits a section of historic neighborhoods that date back to the late 1800s. Residents once flocked to the Heights to escape the big city, but today it's the hipsters and young couples that are drawn to this area's rich and character-filled architecture, mom and pop-type shops and funky restaurants.
These three-hour walking food tours will discuss the evolution of the area's history architecture and culture, while stopping at a number of establishments along an evolving commercial corridor enjoy a variety of food and drink.
White Oak Corridor
Just steps from the White Oak Bayou along the southern edge of the Heights is White Oak Drive, which offers an eclectic mix of ice houses, pubs and eateries in a charming, walkable area. This is one of the oldest parts of the Heights surrounded by century-old bungalows and unique architectural accents.
The Food tour may include the following:
Fresh market fare
Classic Southern comfort dishes
Drinks at a classic gastropub
Progressive French cuisine
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is your cancellation policy? Once purchased, tickets are nonrefundable and cannot be rescheduled, as they guarantee your spot on the tour.
Do I have to purchase tickets in advance? Can I pay cash?? Tickets must be purchased in advance, and tours often sell out quickly. Tickets can only be purchased online, or by phone at 713-554-1735. Cash is not accepted.
Will I be contacted prior to the tour with details? Yes. Upon purchase we will send you an email providing the confirmation of purchase, meeting location, and other Food Tour details.
What if I have dietary restrictions? Please let us know if you or anyone in your party has a dietary restriction when you purchase your tickets. We will work to accommodate your special food needs whenever possible.
Are there special rates for seniors or children?? Currently we do not have discounted tickets.
Can children come on the tour? All participants on the tour must be at least 21 years of age. On special occasions, children may be admitted. Please call us at 713-554-1735 for more information.
How much food is served on the tour? There are 4 stops for tastings on the tour. We encourage attendees to pace themselves. The food is so good, it is very easy to fill up at the first or second stop.
Are there kosher options on the tour? Unfortunately, we do not offer kosher foods on this particular tour.