Consider a day of food, fun and romance.
With a place as romantic as San Francisco we'll have special tours all Valentine's Day Weekend in February. We'll start in the most obvious part of San Francisco for romance, San Francisco's Little Italy. For every part of your Valentine's Day experience, we'll not only try the food, we'll also learn how it's made. From having great coffee, to truffles, bread and pastries, and special deli treats, you'll have all of the knowledge to create special moments for your Valentine long after Valentine's day is over.
Explore North Beach/Little Italy's Foods & History
Enjoy coffee drinks, teas, Italian sodas and more from Cafe Roma, (a local coffee roaster) and see how it's roasted
Savor focaccia sandwiches from Mario's, a local intuition since 1973
Experience the fresh foods that make San Francisco so unique.
See How The Chocolates are Made
Enjoy chocolate from Z Cioccolato, named one the top chocolatiers in the US, and learn how it's made
Enjoy cannoli from Stella Pastry, which has been making cannoli since 1942
Savor deli delights at Molinari delicatessen, a local deli that has making salami in San Francisco since 1896
Enjoy real Italian pizza, with homemade mozzarella, at IL Casaro, and watch as they make it in in their wood burning ovens.
Explore the Beat Generation Hangouts
Close to Public Transportation & Affordable Parking
Vegetarian and special dietary needs welcome
"Each of their San Francisco tours lives up to its name by visiting food companies and restaurants, often with behind-the-scenes chats, but goes well beyond that to embrace the full personality of the area. As a bonus, tour guru Tom Medin brings it fully to life with his panoramic knowledge of the city and her secrets."Las Vegas Magazine
A lot of valuable information with a very friendly atmosphere.Maureen O'Bryan
We loved the small groups! Enjoyed meeting the people in the neighborhood and eating their delicious food! We have recommended it to many friends.Barb & Deb
My favourite paid walking tour in town is the never-boring Local Tastes of the City ToursPauline - Frommer's Guide to San Francisco
Explore the culinary side of San Francisco's Italian enclaveUSA Today