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Downtown Las Vegas, or DTLV, is a top destination for travelers and local foodies alike! A mix of Old Las Vegas and a trendy local scene makes this part of the city is truly one-of-a-kind. Your Taste Buzz Foodie Tour Guide will take you through the Fremont Street Experience and off-the-beaten-path for a look into local life and the best foodie finds!
Join us on our Downtown Delights Foodie Tour as we take you to explore all of our favorite places in Downtown Las Vegas. Your Taste Buzz tour guide will take you in, up, over, and around DTLV to discover some of the hidden gems that us locals rave about. We really want you to get a feel of what it’s like to be a local so you’ll get to taste a little bit of everything that the area has to offer. A street cart, a food truck, a mom-and-pop-shop, a hole-in-the-wall, and/or a trendy restaurant may be on your list of foodie stops with us. This is a casual food tour so the tastings will be casual, but by no means will they be boring!
You’ll visit up to 5 of our favorite foodie locations and sample between 1 to 3 tastings at each stop. Each tasting is specifically picked to highlight what makes each location special.
In between bites, you’ll do some sightseeing and learn about the Downtown Project. You’ll also walk on the very first paved street in the city, explore the world famous Fremont Street Experience, and visit some of the old historic hotels. Your Taste Buzz Food Tour guide will even snap a souvenir photo or two so you can remember your Downtown Las Vegas food tour forever!
Of course we take you to see all the bright lights, crazy sounds, and entertainment that DTLV is known for! We also take you off-the-beaten-path so that you get a full tour of the downtown area complete with tasty treats, knowledge, and recommendations for more places to visit during your stay.
Why wait? Book your Taste Buzz Food Tour today!
Duration: approximately 3 hours long.
Distance: 1.5 to 2 miles (2.4 to 3.2 km). You will do a lot of walking so make sure to wear comfortable walking shoes!
Capacity: 12 people. Our small group tours allow for a more personalized experience!
Dress code: Casual clothing. Make sure to dress for weather conditions! You’ll be indoors and outdoors.
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Where do we meet? Where does the tour end?
You will receive the starting location in the booking confirmation email after you make your reservation. The tour will end in a different location from where it begins.
Is transportation included to and from the tour?
You are responsible for transportation to and from your food tour.
Will I be full after my Taste Buzz Food Tour?
There are enough tastings to satisfy and satiate an average size to large size appetite. (Our portion sizes don’t discriminate!)
Are drinks included?
Water is served at most stops and some locations may include a drink as part of your tasting. We recommend bringing a water bottle for the walk and cash or a credit card for any other beverages that you would like to purchase during your food tour. Your Taste Buzz tour guide will make a ton of recommendations!
Can we purchase alcoholic beverages during our food tour?
Yes! Many of our stops offer cocktails and alcoholic beverages for consumption at location. Some places may offer alcoholic drinks “to-go.” (It’s Vegas, baby!)
Are we allowed to take pictures during our food tour?
Yes, you are allowed and highly encouraged to take photos of your Las Vegas food tour! We’d love to see all your photos. Please share your experience with us by tagging us on social media on Facebook and Instagram @tastebuzzfoodtours
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Downtown Las Vegas is where the city of Las Vegas began. You might also hear it being called Old Vegas or DTLV, as the locals call it. This is where you will find all of the very first hotels and casinos in Vegas like the El Cortez, the Golden Nugget, the Plaza, and Binions.
Downtown Vegas is not just a bunch of old buildings! About 10 years ago, a very wealthy man moved his business to DTLV, bought up a lot of land in the area, and started the Downtown Project. The Downtown Project is considered the “Revitalization of Downtown.”
This area of town was very cheap. Many locals started to buy property and start-up businesses in the area. Bars, restaurants, and boutique shops started popping up on Fremont Street, just east of all the casinos. We now call this area Fremont East.
As time passed, more and more people started to build in this area and it has become a very popular place for locals to hang out. Downtown Las Vegas is full of culture, arts, history, and FOOD!
Join Taste Buzz Food Tours on our Downtown Las Vegas Foodie Tour and you’ll explore all of the local favorite places and so much more!