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Irish Food Walking Tour of Dublin

  • Walk through Dublin to experience street life on the way to your food stops
  • Get a true sampling of traditional Irish cuisine at hand-picked spots
  • Go home satiated, as food and drink samplings add up to a full meal
Irish Food Walking Tour of Dublin
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Irish Food Trail Afternoon-2pmMost Popular
A fun and exciting walking food tour of Dublin City. This 3 hour tour are includes food and drinks. The best way to explore Dublin’s most popular traditional Irish pubs and hidden Irish Restaurants .
Irish Food Trail Evening-6pm
A fun and exciting walking food tour of Dublin City. This 3 hour tour are includes food and drinks. The best way to explore Dublin’s most popular traditional Irish pubs and hidden Irish Restaurants .
Take a deep dive into Irish cuisine on this walking and food tour of Dublin with a culinary guide. It's tough to know where to find the most authentic Irish cuisine among the hundreds of pubs in the capital city, so let your guide lead the way. A small group limited to 18 people means you’ll have plenty of time to ask questions along the way.
What to Expect
Meet your guide and group of fellow food-lovers at a central Dublin meeting spot, then take off in search of the best examples of Irish food and drink. Your guide will show you some popular spots as well as hidden gems where you can taste traditional Irish food, accompanied by commentary on the country's culinary history.

At each restaurant, socialize with your group and enjoy an included tasting of Dublin's cuisine, accompanied by locally made craft beer. Learn about the history of Dublin, as well as its current culture and food scene. Enjoy walking at a leisurely pace along the trail, seeing a bit of Dublin street life along the way. Come away with a better understanding of Irish cuisine and ideas for where to revisit later in your trip.
Reviews (139)
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Reviewed 2 days ago
Fantastic food and drink tour!!!

What a great way to begin our Dublin experience. The tour was small (8 including guide) and we learned a little Irish history as we walked to each dining spot. Our (actress) guide was a font of knowledge with a smile on her face as...More

Thank Sherpa620789
Reviewed 1 week ago
Wow! Amazing !!

Wow, we really couldn’t fault the tour! Justine our guide was wonderful, knowledgeable and tailored the evening to suit the group. She took us on a tour of Dublin, telling us stories and facts. The awkwardness of 8 strangers meeting was soon eased by her...More

Thank MrsC_foodlover
Reviewed 1 week ago

The tour guide was excellent, very engaging and knowledgeable. She was also helpful with suggestions for further choice spots for the rest of the stay as well as places to avoid. The food on the tour was very good.

Thank imanurse1
Reviewed 1 week ago
Great introduction to Ireland.

Our guide Emer was fantastic. We loved her. She was very knowledgable about Dublin's history - and of course the local food and beer. The food was delicious, and there was plenty for me to eat despite being vegetarian.

Thank Claire P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Great guide, great tour

We had an excellent time with Hannah on this food tour. We were lucky to be with a great group of six couples (some of the food comes as sharing plates for two, so its good to go with a buddy). She gave us an...More

Thank Abby M
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Danielle N
August 24, 2018|
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Response from Michael N | Reviewed this property |
Teens would probably be ok; any younger might be a stretch. The tour is really geared for adult participants.
Barbara S
July 15, 2018|
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Response from Scott K | Reviewed this property |
It is a city tour. You are on sidewalks etc...so for the most part, I’d say you’d be fine as long as you (or they) are able to maneuver their chair in that type of setting. We probably went over a mile so be ready for that... More