Houston Culinary Tours - RAC Conference Center 

Downtown Food Tour

Downtown Houston honors the city’s richest past while simultaneously embracing the future. Houston’s largest business district offers modern skyscrapers, historic facades, world – class athletics, cosmopolitan  activities and much more..

Food tour may include the following:
Tex- Mex
Spanish tapas
Regional Americal
Craft Beers
Locally grown Organic produce.

 

WHITE OAK CORRIDOR

Just steps from the White Oak Bayou along the southern edge of the Heights is White Oak Drive, which offers an eclectic mix of ice houses, pubs and eateries in a charming, walkable area. This is one of the oldest parts of the Heights surrounded by century-old bungalows and unique architectural accents.

THE FOOD TOUR MAY INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:

Authentic Tex-Mex 
Fresh market fare 
Classic Southern comfort dishes
Drinks at a classic gastropub
Progressive French cuisine
Reinvented desserts

 

 

Montrose Food Tour

Montrose was one of the city’s first grand neighborhoods. During the 1960s and 1970s, Montrose became a center for the burgeoning counterculture movement, featuring street musicians, artists’ studios, and second-hand shops, helping shape the neighborhood's culture today. Montrose combines a cultural, historical, architectural tour with a progressive meal.

During the 1960s and 1970s, Montrose became a center for the burgeoning counterculture movement, featuring street musicians, artists studios, and second-hand shops, helping shape the neighborhood's culture today.

Food tour may include the following:

Reginal Mexican
Modern American
Italian
Locally- driven
Heights Food Tour

Northeast of Downtown sits a section of historic neighborhoods that date back to the late 1800s. Residents once flocked to the Heights to escape the big city, but today it's the hipsters and young couples that are drawn to this area's rich and character-filled architecture, mom and pop-type shops and funky restaurants. 

These three-hour walking food tours will discuss the evolution of the area's history architecture and culture, while stopping at a number of establishments along an evolving commercial corridor enjoy a variety of food and drink.