Historic Downtown Boise Food & Cultural Tour

Adult Price: $64 | $79 w Alcohol Pairing
Adolescent Price: $52
Child Price: $42

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Capital City Sunday Brunch Tour

Adult Price: $56 | $68 w/ Alcohol
Adolescent Price: $42
Child Price: $32

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Boise Booze + Bites Happy Hour Tour

Cocktail/Beer/Wine Pairing Price: $69
Non-Alcoholic Beverage Pairing Price: $69

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Idaho's Mojo: The Buzz on Boise

“Recognizing a burgeoning business and her own skill sets, Angela Taylor created Indulge Boise Food Tours. Originally born in a nearby small town, Taylor spent more than 20 years as an executive in the sports and entertainment industry — and close to two years in Atlanta — before heading back home. Showcasing some of the city’s best menus to locals and visitors alike, Indulge Boise offers the opportunity to sample and learn simultaneously on its Historic Downtown Boise Food Tour.”

-- Points North Magazine

Food Tours in the USA

“You can taste your way from the West Coast to the East on food tours offered in large American cities. You not only get a culinary sampling of each region; you’ll also get acquainted with the background and culture of various cities and their neighborhoods. An experienced guide offers running commentary; and on most tours, you reap the knowledge of chefs, restaurateurs and the owners of specialty food shops.”

-- USA Today Travel

Culinary Tours Around the World

“Tour operators are offering an increasing number of trips that cater to their guests’ desire to taste — and cook — their way through a destination. The raw ingredients, finished dishes and smells, tastes and traditions in between meld into unforgettable sensory experiences.”

-- CNN Travel

Culinary Food Tours

“You’ve worked up an appetite traveling to a city; now it’s time to capture its flavor. Food Tours offer a unique blend of culinary history, culture and, perhaps most important, food samples for a true taste of local life. Bring your walking shoes and arrive hungry, as you chow down through town on these food tours.”

-- Travel Channel

Eating in Boise

“I met Angela of Indulge Boise, who took me on a food tour of the city’s downtown restaurant scene. We began our trip at a restaurant known for its loaded sandwiches, salads and fruit flavored sodas,  Bleubird.(Look at the delicious pomegranate and sage infused soda with that big fat cheesy brie filled sandwich!). From there we went to Bacon to sample their spectacular Bacon Lettuce and Tomato sandwich (those bacon slices were thick!!!). From there we headed off to eat, you guessed it, potatoes in the form of a french fry tasting at the Boise Fry Company. My tasting was made up of several different kinds of potatoes and dipping sauces. Here’s a pro tip, taste the fries unsalted at first to notice how different they taste and then salt them as needed. This is one place where the fries are treated as the main while their burgers are considered the side. Totally worth your time, if you love French fries and/or potatoes.”

-- A Brown Table Blog