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Announcing: Food Tours

April 12, 2018   |  Categorized in ,

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It’s official, we’re offering Indy Cultural Trail Food Tours as a way highlight the culinary culture that has grown in Indianapolis and along the Cultural Trail specifically. Indy Cultural Trail Food Tour options include bicycle and walking tours of different lengths and include food and behind the scenes experiences at many of the restaurants on or near the Cultural Trail that are garnering national attention as well as local hotspots. Registration and more information is available online at IndyCulturalTrail.org/foodtours.

Indy Cultural Trail Food tours range from three to four hours in length and $55 – $70 depending on the tour selected.  Tours are offered Wednesday through Saturday, or by request. Restaurant stops include, but are not limited to Milktooth, Bluebeard, Rook, Tortas Guicho Dominguez, Union 50, Wildwood, Thunderbird, Three Carrots, Circle City Sweets, Circle City Soups, Amelia’s, Roosters, Saffron Cafe, Chilly Water Brewing, Litterally Divine Chocolates, and Patachou.

“The Cultural Trail is the most authentic way to experience downtown Indianapolis,” said Indianapolis Cultural Trail, Inc. Executive Director, Kären Haley. “Food is a part of the culture of Indianapolis and the Indianapolis culinary scene has exploded in the past few years. Many of the best restaurants in town have opened on the Cultural Trail so it was a natural fit.”

Cultural Trail food tours combine the uniqueness of the Indianapolis Cultural Trail with a behind the scenes look at the restaurants and chefs that are gaining national attention and providing delicious, local food experiences.  Proceeds from Indy Cultural Trail Food Tours support the chefs and restaurants that provide the food for the tour and are also invested back into the Cultural Trail’s operations and maintenance program.  The eight-mile Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene and Marilyn Glick is operated by Indianapolis Cultural Trail, Inc. a 501c3, not-for-profit organization.  

Jolene Ketzenberger of EatDrinkIndy partnered with the Cultural Trail to curate the Indy Cultural Trail Food Tours and is also one of the experienced, local food experts guiding the tours.  Ketzenberger said, “I love exploring a city through its food, and that’s what our new food tours along the Indianapolis Cultural Trail let you do. You get to meet chefs, restaurateurs, bartenders, and distillers, try some delicious food and drink and explore the city. What a cool way to spend the afternoon!”

Sign up for a tour today!