Experience what Sunset Magazine describes as one of their “Favorite small-town foodie havens.”
Embark on a delicious and entertaining 2.5 hour guided culinary walking tour through historic and charming downtown Walla Walla, Washington. You’ll enjoy a variety of food and drink samples at local restaurants and learn about our city's rich history and culture between stops. All food tastings are included in the ticket price and for most people are equal to a full meal. Walla Walla Food Tours is an easy and delightful way to explore the area’s dining and entertainment options, and meet other fun people.
Tour tickets are great activities for local guests, friends, family, customer appreciation, work parties, gifts, birthday parties and other celebrations.
Remember the 80’s? They were like, totally awesome, right! Let’s rewind to the decade of neon and big hair. You are like totally gonna wanna be there! There will be fun, games, food, and wine. All the right stuff to have a great time! We “just can’t get enough!” delicious food from Jacobi’s! So we […]
February in Walla Walla is a Foodie adventure! Most restaurants have a special dish they are serving just for the month of February. In my experience it is always delicious! Walla Walla Food Tours together with Kontos Cellars, G. Cuneo, Mansion Creek, and Goose Ridge, have “cooked up” a special tour for February! This special […]
What a FANTASTIC night! December 30th, 2016 was the night of the Roaring 20’s Dinner Event at Jacobi’s. This is the first of four themed dinner events occurring the last Friday of every month through March, 2017. We had photo booth props, glamorous flappers, and dapper fellas. Dressing up was optional, but there were a […]
"It was a beautiful but very hot day in Walla Walla. My sister and I were there for a weekend trip and wanted to do something other than wine tasting. We went to places that we would not have normally tried and learned some wonderful history on the way. We were the only individuals booked for the tour that day and we ended up receiving a private walk through Walla Walla's history and current culinary scene. One of the highlights was being able to eat lunch in the Kirkland house dining room. We were even provided with portable misting fans to help beat the heat. There is an abundant amount of food -- more than a regular lunch. A good value and a great time. I highly recommend this tour." - drjbon