Friday, May 26, 2017

More news about “Taste History Culinary Tours”

Check the schedule for upcoming tours. For example, on June 3rd is the “West Palm Beach/Lake Worth” tour and on June 10th is the “Lake Worth/Lantana” tour. This latest news is from VacationIdea:

Taste History Culinary Tours are managed by a non-profit museum called the Museum of Lifestyle and Fashion. The actual museum is located in Palm Beach County, Florida, and destinations include places like Delray Beach, Boynton Beach, West Palm Beach, Lantana, and Lake Worth.
     Taste History Culinary Tours were one of the first to bring the moving culinary experience to Palm Beach. The narrated bus tours have attracted over 8,000 passengers, who have stated that these monthly tours feature delicious food and fine stop-offs along the way. On these tours, guests get to develop an understanding of the eatery and the food it serves, learning the history and its relevance to the building or location. The tours also pass through a couple of art districts, where works by emerging artists can be viewed.

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     The culinary tours are an on-the-go activity, so sitting down is pretty much non-existent. On the day of the tour, visitors will learn of the eateries that they will be visiting. The tour has some versatility, with each tour rotating its schedule and new twists being added to the mix from time to time. The tours are certainly unique, and are narrated by conversant experts who know all about the food and historical places.