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San Juan Food Tour Review

One of our tour guides, Natalie, recently took a trip to San Juan, Puerto Rico, and found a food tour to be a great introduction to the island’s culture. Here’s here recap of the experience! Given that neither of us had ever been to Puerto Rico, a food tour was at the top of my list for an introduction to the island in order to make the most of our trip.

Hello, Summer.

One of the best things about living — or visiting St. Louis you’ll find is all the free and inexpensive things there are to do around town. No matter your age or the activities you like, you’ll find something to do that won’t require you to break open your piggy bank. Not only is our Savor Saint Louis team adept at the knowledge they share on the tours, they’re also a great source on St. Louis in general.

DC Metro Food Tour Offers Gourmet Pop Tarts, Politics and More

Savor Saint Louis Food Tour’s tour guide Shawna recently visited DC and, of course, had to check out DC Metro Food Tour’s Capitol Hill Food Tour for us and report back.   We’re happy to say she had, not only a tour that satisfied in food sampling, but on learning about the rich history of DC as well.

Now Hiring: Food Tour Guide

Food Tour Guide   Compensation: Competitive hourly wage + generous gratuities. Savor Saint Louis Food Tours is currently looking for enthusiastic and knowledgeable local foodies with a love for St. Louis to join our company as tour guides. We are staffing up now to cover our new Downtown St. Louis tour.

Savor Saint Louis in Puerto Vallarta

Next food stop with our Savor team: Puerto Vallarta   Nothing like visiting somewhere a little more tropical when it’s winter where you’re from. And that’s just what Vinnie of our Savor Saint Louis team did over the winter break. However, visiting Puerto Vallarta any time of the year is always nice.    And of course, he took a food tour while visiting.

Savor Saint Louis in Vienna

Food tours truly are a great way to get to know more about the local food, area and customs. One of the best parts of being involved in the food tour industry is making it a point to try other food tours when traveling.   Recently Shawna, one of our tour guides, had the opportunity to take the Vienna Food Tour in Austria on her trip to Europe.   Only four stops in the 3.

Savor Halloween: Is Your Kid a Foodie?

Is your kid a foodie?
Here are some great food-related jokes s/he can tell during trick-or-treating this Halloween*:
 
Q: What is black; white; green and bumpy?
A: A pickle wearing a tuxedo
 
Q: What does an evil hen lay?
A: Deviled eggs
 
Q: What do you call cheese that isn’t yours?
A: Nacho cheese
 
Q: What kind of coffee was served on the Titanic?
A: Sanka
 
Q: Did you hear the joke

Will Travel for Food

One of the first questions our Savor Saint Louis Food Tour guides ask our guests is if they’ve ever been on a food tour before. In the four years of leading tours, we’ve noticed an uptick in people saying yes. And not only yes, but many add that no matter where they travel, they incorporate a food tour into their trip.   Apparently it’s not just food tours people are taking more of.

So Much Love

One of the best things about being a tour guide for Savor Saint Louis is all the love we get from our guests by the end of the walking food tour. Hugs are not uncommon from people who were complete strangers three hours prior.