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10 Best Las Vegas Food Tours For A True Gastronomic Adventure
10 Best Las Vegas Food Tours For A True Gastronomic Adventure

There’s more to Las Vegas than casinos, cheap hotels, gambling, and exciting shows. Beyond the bright lights and bustling venues is a rich culinary experience in every corner of Sin City. From famous restaurants run by stars of the Food Network to lesser-known local favorite spots, here are some of the best tours to check out when visiting Las Vegas.

10 Las Vegas Food Tasting Tour

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Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill 

This exciting Las Vegas food tour takes travelers to some of the top restaurants in the city. They’ll dine at restaurants run by stars of the Food Network, including the Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill.

Fremont Street in Las Vegas at night as the sun sets, Nevada, USA

This small group tour is capped at 12 people for a fun opportunity to meet fellow travelers in a lively setting. Guests sample the cuisine and visit attractions near Fremont Street and Downtown Container Park.

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The Hard Rock Cafe, Las Vegas 

Travelers who want to dine at the Hard Rock Cafe Las Vegas can get a great deal by booking this tour option instead of just a traditional dinner reservation. In addition to preferred seating, purchasing the experience as a tour offers a fixed price for the menu, including a beverage and all gratuities.

Las Vegas Strip sign in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Las Vegas Strip sign in Las Vegas, Nevada.

This tour of the Las Vegas strip offers a chance to explore the casinos and culinary scene. The excursion starts at noon and includes lunch, with the group departing from the Replica Statue of Liberty. From authentic Jewish delicatessens to New York pizza, this tour is full of delicious delights.

High roller in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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High roller in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The Vegas Bite Card is a great investment for travelers who want to explore the Las Vegas food scene independently rather than on a guided tour. The card is valid for a full year from the date of purchase and provides discounts of up to 50% at various venues throughout the city. The card works at many attractions in the area, including the Grand Canyon.

The Las Vegas Sign, with Palms Around It

For the adventurous foodie, exploring the Vegas culinary scene by scooter (Hog Car) is the ideal choice. Passing by top attractions like the Venetian, the Bellagio, and the Rio Hotel, travelers will get a fantastic view of the Vegas Strip while trying some delicious cuisine. This tour also stops at the Las Vegas sign.

Fremont Hotel and Casino on Fremont Street, Las Vegas, Nevada

The Fremont Culinary Experience departs from the California Hotel & Casino at 6 PM and takes travelers on a unique tour of the Las Vegas strip that highlights some of the best food in the area. The tour stops at four different restaurants and includes a tasting of nine diverse dishes. Amidst the food tasting, travelers learn about the history of the famous Fremont Street.

Entrance to Chinatown Vegas
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Las Vegas Chinatown 

Calling all Vegans – this is the culinary choice for travelers who want to enjoy the best vegan food in Las Vegas. There are stops at three different food spots in Chinatown Las Vegas on this excursion, including samples of vegan sushi, orange chick’n, and milkshakes. Guests will also learn about vegan items available for purchase at the largest Asian supermarket in the city.

Mexican-inspired cuisine on table.

Travelers who want to experience some of the best Mexican cuisines in Las Vegas will love this exciting taco tour. Traveling the strip by e-scooter on this small group tour, capped at 12 people, is a fun way to see the area and have a delicious lunch simultaneously. Try four different tacos and a deep-fried Oreo for dessert.

Exterior wedding chapel with pink sign and limo
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Wedding chapel in Las Vegas

Explore the Las Vegas Art District on a guided food tour that departs from behind the Arts Factory building. Run by Taste Buzz Food Tours, the excursion tours the up-and-coming scenic neighborhood and includes a stop at an Elvis Wedding Chapel. Food stops at four local restaurants complete the experience.

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