All food tastings provide enough for lunch.
Our tours take place in rain or shine. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes for walking.
The tour is wheelchair accessible, however it is not suited for people with severe mobility issues.
Tours run Friday and Saturday. Check booking calendar for availability.
Meet your local food tour guide at the meeting location sent to you via email and begin your approximately 2 mile exploration of the Hill neighborhood. During the tour you will visit six locations in The Hill neighborhood and experience mouth-watering food samplings, enough for a hearty lunch, served from “mom and pop” specialty food stores and one-of-a-kind ethnic eateries. Stops include St. Louis’ handmade ravioli-maker, an FoodNetwork favorite restaurant and St. Louis’ favorite thin crust pizza, a Gelateria and more surprises.
Between tastings, you’ll experience the life of a Italian immigrant as you stroll the Hill neighborhood lined with its quaint wood frame and red brick and bungalow homes and storefronts while our enthusiastic, local guides share their knowledge. After the guided tour, you are encouraged to stay and explore The Hill with confidence and take advantage of thoughtful recommendations from your local St. Louis guide on the area’s full spectrum of cuisine, restaurants, entertainment and cultural offerings.
St. Louis Style Pizza made by a Spanish immigrant!
An Italian Grocer known for their wine selection, deli and specialty Italian foods.
A family-owned salumeria steeped in tradition.
A Family that has been makes ravioli together since 1954.
A bread bakery known for their iconic sandwiches.
The first and only gelateria on the Hill famous for their natural and imported ingredients.
Tour tasting locations and/or tastings subject to change without notice.
Meet your guide outside the restaurant at the corner of Hereford and Shaw in the Hill neighborhood.
EXACT location provided with ticket purchase. Tickets MUST be purchased in advance.
5046 Shaw Avenue
St. Louis, MO, United States
You may be surprised to know that a majority of EAT Saint Louis Food Tour attendees live right here in St. Louis! St. Louis locals participate to learn about the neighborhoods and the city in which they live in and learn about the great food finds and the amazing culinary talent that has been under their noses and in their back yards the entire time! Each tour is brimming with interesting facts, lively tales and history that will surprise you!
Our Tours generally last about 3 hours and participants can expect to be standing or walking for a majority of the time. We walk at a moderate pace and also provide at least two sit-down locations on all of our tours for at least 30 minutes total during the tour.
Yes, bathrooms are available during the tour at selected food-tasting locations.
The tours are held rain, shine, or snow. In the event of inclement weather, we will be able to go inside many of the establishments on the tour. We also provide ponchos in case of sudden weather changes or if you do not have your own umbrella. However, we advise to check the weather conditions for your days event and dress appropriately.
Yes, there is public street parking located near the meeting points of tours. Specific parking details are included in the meeting location directions which are emailed to you after purchasing your ticket(s).
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Salem Travel Bureau, TripAdvisor
Every food stop was thoughtfully selected for variety and history of this unique Italian neighborhood in St. Louis. It gave us all the appetite to come back and back and back. Highly recommend for friends and family groups or just couples to pop in on a scheduled tour.