Eat Adventures Food Tours

Driving & walking food tours through Portland Oregon

Portland Food Tours

Driving & Walking Food Tours through Portland Oregon

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Alberta Arts District
Food Tour

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  • $78 per guest, all inclusive
  • Thursday’s 2:30 - 5:30 PM
  • Tour meeting location will be sent in a reminder email 24 hours prior to the start of your tour.

Explore delicious eats in one of Portland’s hippest neighborhoods! Known as “Alberta Arts District”, this colorful street is lined with locally owned shops, bars, and restaurants, and is a favorite hangout for locals. On this walking foodie tour we sample some of the best food and drink Portland has to offer, including locally inspired fusions, artisan cocktails, hip food carts, and more!

- Tour Highlights -
  • Enjoy 6 food and beverage stops that showcase the creativity this artsy district is famous for.
  • Follow along and keep track of the places we visit with the handy Eat Adventures Alberta Arts District Neighborhood Guide
  • Learn about NE Portland’s checkered history and how it impacted the Alberta neighborhood
  • On the last Thursday of the month, stick around after the tour to explore the “Last Thursday on Alberta” - a monthly arts district street festival
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Additional Information: Last Thursday on Alberta is a local arts festival that takes place on Alberta street the last Thursday of the month between 6:00-9:30 PM. During the summer months the street is closed to traffic, with 15 blocks of artists, musicians, performers, and local vendors. Check out the Last Thursday on Alberta website for vendor and performance information.

Why Choose Eat Adventures Alberta Street Eats Walking Food Tour? Lined with public artwork and murals, and the location of Portland’s first “tiny home hotel”, Alberta street is one of our city’s hippest neighborhoods. Portland is known for supporting small businesses, and Alberta street is the perfect example of creativity mixed with entrepreneurship. Since eating is a great way to explore a new culture, it only makes sense that an Alberta walking food tour is a “must do” for an authentic Portland experience!

Substitutions: We can accommodate most allergies and dietary restrictions, but cannot guarantee that cross contamination in kitchens where dishes with nuts, soy, and dairy will not occur. We ask that dietary restrictions be indicated in advance with your ticket purchase. (An opportunity to disclose dietary restrictions will be provided during the booking process).

Tip: We'll be walking approximately 1 mile on this tour, so bring comfy walking shoes!