Great Food. Craft Beer. Cool Street Art.
When: 2 - 5 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays
4 Craft Beer Pairings (optional)
Local Foodie Guide
Fun Stories about RiNo and its Street Art
Insider’s Guide to Denver Dining
Exclusive Discounts for Other Tours & Attractions
What to Expect
On this three-hour food and beer adventure, taste some of the best bites and brews Denver has to offer and explore the RiNo Arts District, known for its street art and high concentration of great dining and breweries.
We’ll start and end inside the beautiful Denver Central Market, a hub for gourmet vendors and a popular hang-out spot for Denver locals. Along the way, we’ll walk to five restaurants and try delicious local dishes with optional beer pairings. You’ll taste authentic wood-fired pizza, beer sausage with house-made cheese whiz and mustard, fresh sushi-grade poke with ahi tuna, tasty Mexican tacos from one of Denver’s top chefs, and ice cream from a shop Food and Wine Magazine named one of the best in the country.*
In between tastings, learn about the colorful murals and graffiti that cover the streets and alleys of RiNo. We’ll also make a stop in the beautiful Ramble Hotel, home to one of the country’s top cocktail bars, and see a unique urban farm.
Purchase the food tour on its own, or add beer pairings, and you’ll get to taste four craft beers paired with your tastings.
*Tastings are subject to change. We cannot accommodate gluten-free, dairy-free or vegan diets on this tour.
Neighborhoods You’ll Visit: RiNo Arts District
Meeting Point: Denver Central Market
Rated 5 Stars on TripAdvisor, Yelp, Facebook and Google
“This food tour was perfect for us. We met awesome people, discovered must try places and even got some suggestions along the way from other people. HIGHLY recommend adding this to your to do list if you are ever in the area!”
“The Denver food scene is exploding, and this food tour shows off the best of it!”
“What an awesome way to explore Denver, especially if you like trying new foods! I live in town and wanted to take some family around to see the city, and it was the perfect way to spend an afternoon.”