Traverse Chicago’s hottest foodie neighborhood as you taste foods from award winning chefs & learn about West Loop’s restaurant revolution. Once strictly an industrial area, the West Loop has transformed into Chicago's dining epicenter. The offerings are varied, from sleek Japanese restaurants to some of the best pizza in the city, and plenty of fine dining spots to boot. You'll be introduced to several of these all in under 3 hours. It's the perfect mix of unique foods and Chicago classics to satisfy locals and visitors.
An expert guide helps you to easily navigate the exciting West Loop neighborhood as you discover the diverse history, architecture and culture of the area in this 3 hour tour. Tasting Locations: Bonci: Rome-based Italian import selling scissor-cut slices featuring distinctive toppings. Nonna's: Sister to Formento's restaurant, this counter-serve has subs & salads plus house wines & sauces.Kumas: Famous burgers, specialty mac & cheese, and local beers.Cemita's Puebla: A family-owned Mexican spot that prides itself on specializing in Poblano foods, such as the Cemita sandwich. Do-Rite Donuts: Chef & co-owner, Francisco uses his Michelin restaurant experience to creates artisanal donuts in unusual flavors.*You will go to 4 of the 5 locations listed above. Kuma's on weekdays and Cemita's on weekends/evenings.