Eat, walk, repeat: Join a Real Richmond Food Tour! Our plate is full of all that Richmond has to offer. Dig in to the authentic and quirky, the culinary and cultural while Real Richmond leads you on a two and a half hour tour, stopping into several local eateries to sample something special and hear from the owners and chefs. In between we’ll take it to the streets with 1.5 miles of leisurely walking that shows you the inside scoop on what’s going on in Richmond today, seasoned with River City’s lively history and impressive architecture. Get your feet ready to eat!
If you received a gift certificate recently, check your schedule and ours and email email@example.com or call Maureen at (804) 840-5318 to schedule your tour. To purchase tickets, check our Public Tours page or click the Brown Paper Tickets logo, lower right. Hope to see you on the streets of RVA!
News and Tidbits
Walk this way!
PowerHouse debuted Monday, Nov. 11th with Lewis personal chef J Frank cooking dinner for us at the Lewis House on Monument Avenue. Curator Jay Barrows walked and talked us through some of the famous Lewis collection of art, too! $15 of each ticket went to Historic Richmond Foundation. Limited tickets for the next dinner/tour will be available here in early 2014.
Real Richmond Food Tour gift certificates always fit! Good for any one of our walking food tours, Saturdays or weekdays. We’ll mail the sharp-looking certificate either to you, so you can have the pleasure of bestowing it on someone special or directly to whomever deserves it. $50 for each one, including the ticketing fee. Available through Brown Paper Tickets here!
Check out our press and blogger coverage:
- Sifter: Richmond’s Best Kept Food Secret
- Food GPS, May 2013
- Wild in the City from Richmond.com
- Wellness in Richmond on Wild in the City
- CookinFanatic blog
- VisitRichmondVA.com blog
- Thirsty Richmond blog, part 1
- Thirsty Richmond blog, part 2
- Rocketts Landing blog
- Richmond BizSense
We don’t like to brag (really?!!), so we’ll let our food tour guests tell you what they think about our tours. And check out tripadvisor too!
…I guess you would say my husband and I were the typical ‘West End’ folks who rarely venture downtown. This showcased the area and the local restaurants–great exposure for folks like us. Will definitely come back down…. THANKS.
–Cathi, West End
…Totally enjoyable. A highlight of interactive events and tours I have been on in Richmond. We all stated we would be interested in another. For me, this was one of the best walking tours I have been on.
…Getting my husband and three teens to do anything together is often a big risk, but this one paid off with great dividends.