Sample signature dishes from the restaurants making this one of Toronto's hot new food destinations.
Eat the World on
Duration: 3 Hours (12:00pm - 3:00pm)
Location: We will meet at Greenwood Subway Station.
Tour capacity is 8 people.
Tastings from 5 restaurants (Dutch, Ethiopian, Venezuelan, East & West Indian and
Learn why East Danforth has become such a food hot spot recently.
Includes all food tastings, bottled water and an expert local guide.
Opportunity to make extra purchases at our stops if you choose.
Witness how a previously overlooked section of this historic avenue has been revitalized and become one of the newest diverse and delicious destinations to eat in the city. Sample dishes from 5 distinct cultures and learn about the local restaurant owners that have played a big part in this areas resurgence.
Light walking - 1.8 km (1.1 miles)
Tours operate rain or shine
Tour does not begin and end at same point
Vegan & Vegetarian Friendly
Small group tours
We will meet at Greenwood Subway station on the #2 line. We will meet at the front (and only) entrance to the station.
Arriving by Subway: Greenwood Station is located on the Eastern end of the #2 line towards Kennedy Station.
Driving: There is paid parking available along Danforth Ave and in nearby Green P lots. Free street parking can also be found in the surrounding neighbourhood but be sure to check the signs to avoid being ticketed or towed.
Bike Share: There is Bike Share Toronto dock nearby as well many other docks in the immediate area. Visit www.bikesharetoronto.com for a system map and more details about their service.
Do I need to purchase tickets in advance? Is cash accepted?
Tickets must be purchased by 11pm the day before the tour. Tickets are only available with a Visa, Mastercard or AMEX through our website or by calling 1 (647) 694-8402. We do not accept cash.
Can we accommodate food allergies?
Yes we can accommodate most allergies. You can let us know your food allergies during the checkout process or contact us before booking to ensure the tour is suitable for you.
Is this tour vegetarian and vegan friendly?
Yes absolutely. There are delicious veggie and vegan options at all of our stops.
Are children welcome on this tour?
Yes children are welcome as long as they are accompanied by an adult, however they are charged at the full adult rate for the tour. Children under 2 can tag along free of charge.
Is this tour handicap accessible?
Yes all stops are accessible, however some stops have washrooms that are downstairs.
What happens in case of bad weather?
This tour will run rain or shine. The tour stops are relatively close together and we can wait out any intense downpours indoors if necessary.
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