Downtown Vegas Foodie Tour

Art District Foodie Tour

Discover the Art District in downtown Las Vegas with a foodie tour while visiting some of the premier restaurants after your wedding or event.

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Downtown Arts District foodie Tour $531

  • Foodie tour for 2 people with a group of 12
  • Planning for experience
  • Personal guide with insider tips
  • Luxury limousine escort to the tour
  • Professional photographer (2 hrs.)
  • Up to 100 photos delivered digitally
  • Enjoy 3-4 signature dishes at each restaurant
  • No lines or reservation hassles
  • VIP treatment & immediate seating
  • Each dining adventure is unique
  • Experience is fun & interactive

Duration: 2.5 hours | Number of stops: 4 
For a private foodie tour for two – add $250
Each additional guest – add $125
All participants age must be 21 with valid ID

Carson house restaurant photo

Discover the Art District in downtown Las Vegas with a foodie tour while visiting some of the premier restaurants after your wedding or event.

The downtown Art district of Las Vegas has been renovated and revitalized recently and features a totally different view of Vegas you have never seen.

In this tour you will become acquainted with the chefs of the restaurants you visit.

The personal guide on your foodie tour in Las Vegas will regail you with an insider’s view of the Arts district and downtown Vegas. You will learn more not only about Las Vegas downtown area’s history but also why it experienced a resurgence and why this area is now setting trends for the future. You will be escorted through the intriguing areas that only local residents know about typically.

To begin your foodie tour experience, you are brought right to the best table at famous Carson Kitchen. It was founded by Kerry Simon, the famed celebrity “rock ‘n’ roll’’ chef. This restaurant has an open kitchen so you will see the up close action as you dine on classic Americana dishes.

Therapy restaurant

The next stop on the foodie tour is Therapy restaurant. This restaurant has been featured recently on the Travel Channel. This restaurant features contemporary comfort food including savory bacon-wrapped dates stuffed with truffled goat cheese, baked ricotta gnudi with truffled fig jam and roasted almonds, and chicken with Red Velvet waffle sliders.

Next you will visit the Chef Gregg Fortunato restaurant that showcased artsy tiled tables as well as a brick-lined patio filled with greenery. This menu features shareable plates. Chef Fortunato was previously the chef at Roy’s Hawaiian Fusion, Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar, and Inyo Asian Fusion. He uses his talent to showcase wood-fired infused dishes. , it’s a restaurant made for lingering.

You will get a chance to visit the Art districts Container Park which is a unique feature of the district. This is where shipping containers were converted into interesting shops to wonder about along with free live music.

In between bites, you have the option to visit a rooftop lounge where you may grab a drink in a climate-controlled rooftop lounge. This lounge has one of the best views of downtown Fremont Street and overlooks Las Vegas Boulevard and Fremont Street.