3 - 3½ hours
6 stops
Local food and culture
11 people maximum
English
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If you have any issues with payment, please email us at [email protected] with the city, date and time of tour, and how many adult and child's tickets you need so we can assist you.

If a tour is fully booked, or you are looking to book a *Group or Private Tour - please email us about Group & Private Tours options.

*Please note - Group & Private Tours are specifically organised for your group and therefore subject to a premium price.

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Upgraded Drinks Package

Upgrade your Secret Food Tours: Philadelphia, experience with two drink selections chosen to pair with the food you’ll be served. You must be 21 and older and have a valid ID. This upgrade can only be purchased in addition to the food tour.

Due to the nature of creating a well balanced and thoughtful gastronomy experience, many of our tours are unable to accommodate certain dietary restrictions. Please contact us prior to booking your tour to see if we are able to accommodate your dietary needs.

  • Philadelphia Pale Ale
    The finely aged history of Philadelphia brewing has been fermenting since before the crack appeared in the Liberty Bell. By the time thirsty immigrants made the city the birthplace of the American lager in the nineteenth century, Philadelphia was already on the cutting edge of the country's brewing technology and production. This citrusy dry-hopped American pale ale was awarded best beer to pair with a cheesesteak, so you know it's a Philly favorite!
  • Apple Cider with Applejack Brandy
    Before mixers, apple cider was a very popular drink and used in a variety of ways. An important social routine in early America, people often warmed up around a central fireplace with a beverage in their hands. Try this crisp beverage spiked with applejack brandy for a tasty refreshing treat!
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*Please note: We reserve the right to substitute the alcohol for non-alcoholic drinks if the guest becomes inebriated.

What you'll taste
DRINKS
  • Philadelphia pale ale
  • Apple cider spiked with applejack brandy


Due to the nature of creating a well balanced and thoughtful gastronomy experience, many of our tours are unable to accommodate certain dietary restrictions. Please contact us prior to booking your tour to see if we are able to accommodate your dietary needs.

Health & Safety Standards

At Secret Food Tours we take your health and the health of our staff very seriously. To be sure that you can enjoy our tours with the maximum protection we have put in place some strict measures.

  • We have been certified by We're Good To Go
  • We make sure that all our partners and our own places are disinfected after each tour
  • All our guide have been trained on health and safety measures
  • Masks and hand sanitizers should be used on all our tours by our guides
  • Guests must bring their own mask
  • We keep our group small and we offer private tours

Meeting Spot
We'll meet across the street from Reading Terminal Market, on 12th Street & Arch St. Our guide will be waiting outside of Panera Bread restaurant. If you have any questions. Please email us.

Mon - Sun 11:00 a.m.

12th Street & Arch St.

Your guide will be waiting with an orange umbrella so they are easy to spot.

If a tour is fully booked, or you are looking to book a *Group or Private Tour - please email us about Group & Private Tours options.

*Please note - Group & Private Tours are specifically organised for your group and therefore subject to a premium price.

WHY CENTER CITY & OLD CITY?

These two areas are very representative of the evolution of the city since its founding by William Penn in 1682. From Philly's most famous landmarks like City Hall to the bustling Chinatown neighborhood and Reading Terminal Market, Center City is undoubtedly the heart of the City of Brotherly Love.
Old City is home to historical monuments such as the resting place of Benjamin Franklin, Betsy Ross' house, and the picturesque Ellfrey's Alley, the longest continually inhabited street in the USA. No visit to Philadelphia is complete until you've traversed the cobblestone streets of this district.


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