Glasgow food & drink walking tour

Eat Walk Glasgow food & drink walking tour

As of Friday 9th October until Sunday 25th October. All bars and restaurants in Glasgow are closed so we will not be able to run tours during this period.

From 28th Oct the Glasgow food and drink tour for the rest of 2020 will be offered only as a private food tour. This is to ensure your own enjoyment and ensure we maintain socially distancing criteria.

We are hopeful by 2021 we will be able to provide our regular Glasgow food tour where we take up to 8 people out on tour. (But even if only 2 people are booked on our regular tours they still go out).

Our food walking tours take in five venues for food tastings with three of the stops also having drink tastings.

 

Food walking tours start at 1pm Monday to Saturday and 5pm Monday to Thursday.  Food walking tours out with these times can be arranged by emailing a request to info@eatwalkglasgow.co.uk

 

Your guide will talk about the history of the city as you walk between venues.

 

While on the food walking tour you will be given audio headsets to listen to the guide as you walk at your own pace or wander off to take photos.

 

The tour lasts three to three and half hours, by the end of the tour you will have eaten and drank  locally sourced food and drink and have a very good understanding of what makes so many people visit Glasgow.

 

At the end of the food tour, you will be given a map to show the venues you have visited, some of which offer a discount or special promotions for people that have been on the tour.

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The 2020 Eat walk Glasgow food & drink tour as a private tour for 2 people is £79 per person(pp), 3 people £75pp, 4 people £71pp, 5 to 8 people £67pp.

From January 2021 The Eat Walk Glasgow food & drink tour costs from £67 with up to 8 people on each tour.

Ticket price includes:

Five stops for food tastings (equates to a three course light lunch, made up of five starter size tasting plates.)

Three stops also include drink tastings (soft drink alternatives are available)

Guided tour of the city centre area of Glasgow, George Square, Merchant City, Buchanan st, Royal Exchange square.

Audio headsets

Map showing venues and offers from places visited on the tour