A Chocolate City Tour

Explore Portland’s chocolate scene, ride the streetcar on a loop around the east and west sides of the city and learn how the city has developed into a chocolate town. Enjoy views from the streetcar as you cross the Willamette river and hear about Portland’s urban planning and prioritization of art and small business. You will visit chocolate makers, learn about different varieties of chocolate, and how to taste its intricate flavors, as one might wine.

Tour Highlights

  • Enjoy delicious chocolate tastings at Portland’s best chocolate makers and chocolate boutiques
  • Follow along and keep track of the places we visit with the handy Eat Adventures Portland Chocolate City guide
  • Learn about Portland’s history as you ride the streetcar between the east and west sides
  • Discover where the chocolate you love comes from, how it’s made and what makes it exceptional
  • Includes an all day transit pass

Cup & Bar is located on the east side of the Willamette River, across the Burnside Bridge.  For public transportation, you can take the Portland Streetcar, or the 12, 19, or 20 bus.  Walking, it is a 20 minute walk from downtown across the Burnside Bridge.  This tour ends at the Benson Hotel in downtown Portland. 

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All day passes for the street car will be provided as a part of the tour ticket price. For additional information on Portland's public streetcar system visit the Portland Streetcar website.

Why Choose Eat Adventures Chocolate City Tour?


Enjoy portland's only mix of streetcar adventure and food tour through the inner city! This is the only tour in town that takes you to facilties where chocolate is actually made. Find out why Northwest Magazine voted us Best Food Tour in both 2018 and 2019!