Duration: 3 Hours
Location: Downtown Boise
Age 7 and Under
Price listed does not include Idaho Sales Tax or EzTix fee. Group size limited to 12. All sales are final. Price includes all tabs, tax and tips for our vendors. Our guides accept gratuities - at your discretion. Tours occur rain or shine.
This experience is not recommended for people with nut allergies.
Tours offered weekly on Saturdays. Please view calendar for official dates and times.
Tour Experiences happen rain, shine or snow. Please dress accordingly.
Small groups of no more than 12 guests per expert tour leader.
Tasting menu is considered a full dinner.
Tours led by expert, local guides with vegan expertise.
Get ready to taste the colorful and creative flavors of Boise’s vegan food scene. The Les Bois Vegan Dine & Sip Experience is for anyone who enjoys trying new foods, eating like a local and exploring global cuisines. Don’t worry- you don’t need to be vegan to enjoy it! Together, we’ll share a delicious progressive meal across 5-6 different, locally-owned restaurants that were selected for their innovative vegan-friendly menus, unique stories & delightful dishes. Each establishment represents a small part of the vibrant vegan community that influences Boise’s exciting food scene. Throughout the evening, you’ll taste different international foods, learn about local & global vegan food culture and history, and spend time with other adventurous eaters from around the world!
Restaurant itineraries are subject to change based off availability. All tours are between .75 and 1 mile of walking.
City Peanut Shop
Fresh-roasted, artisan nuts, brittle, flavored corns, local craft beer, cider, & wine. (Established 2009)
The Funky Taco
We are tHe FuNky tAco. We create food within a “farm to funky fare” framework. Our
emphasis is on Asian, Indian, Mexican, and Americana style of food. (Established 2013)
High Note Cafe
Neighborhood hangout for great homemade food made from scratch, locally sourced and organic. (Established 2012)
Serving local, authentic Indian Cuisine In Downtown Boise and making every customer a part of the family. (Established 2009)
Paddles Up Poké
Idaho’s first specialty poké restaurant. (Established 2016)
Diablo & Sons Saloon
A Boise first bar, featuring big pours and bold mixes. Food is Boise Food, defined by the people, values, and ingredients of Boise. (Established 2018) *included on select tours*
Lemon Tree & Co
An artisan sandwich shop offering specialty lemonades and sandwiches - with a twist. (Established 2018) *included on select tours*
Tour Guests will be provided with the exact meeting location via email upon booking tickets. The meeting location & last tour stop is only a few blocks away, so you can find convenient parking anywhere in the area. Please plan to arrive 10-15 minutes in advance of your tour start time.Get Directions
Tickets must be purchased in advance as tours frequently sell out quickly. To increase your chances of getting the day, time, and number of tickets you prefer, please book your tour as far in advance as possible. Tickets can be purchased either online via our website with Visa/AMEX/MasterCard or by calling (208) 505-9757. Cash and/or walk-up reservations are not accepted on the day of the tours.
While it will vary depending on the tour experience, Indulge Boise Idaho Food Tours serve enough food that, for most participants, lunch/dinner afterwards is not necessary. Our intention is that, with the carefully crafted schedule of food and drink tastings, along with coordinated stops for architectural, cultural, and historical insight, most participants are comfortably full after our tours. Please understand that our food tours are not intended to replace breakfast and lunch combined, so please consider eating a light snack before the tour.
You should bring with you a camera and a small bottle of water. When it’s really hot out, we recommend an application of sunscreen on exposed parts of the body, a visor/hat and a lightweight pair of sunglasses. During the cooler seasons it’s important to wear an extra layer of clothing and consider bringing gloves and a scarf. If it looks like rain we can provide you with a plastic rain poncho or umbrella.
Most of our tour routes and tour stops are wheelchair and baby stroller friendly and accessible. Please inform us in advance in order to ensure the wheelchair and/or stroller is accommodated. For guests who are hearing impaired, a written script of the narration will be available upon request.
Gratuities are greatly appreciated, although not mandatory. If you do opt to tip your guide, the standard gratuity in the service industry is 15% – 20%.
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