MADE IN CANADA FOOD TOUR
A Celebration of Canada's Local Food + Drink
As Canada’s first capital, and home to our first Prime Minister, what better city to offer our signature Made In Canada Food Tour? Our tour is jam-packed with the country’s most beloved and iconic culinary treats.
Whether you’re visiting Canada for the first time or have been ordering ‘double doubles’’ all your life, this food tour is for everyone who is hungry to taste Canada.
Discover Kingston’s historic downtown, Sir John's Public House, used by Sir John A. Macdonald as his law office from 1849 to 1860, and the region’s prettiest harbor on this dynamic and tasty tour.
So, put your plaid on, practice saying “Sorry” and join us this summer, eh?
Come Hungry... Every Bite Tells A Story™
- Fresh baked maple scones.
- Visit Canada's oldest fine food retailer.
- Cured salmon paired with local craft beer.
- Taste the story behind whisky barrel aged maple syrup.
- Learn the secrets of Skeleton Park.
- $69 Adult | $64 Senior 60+ | $64 Children 6-12
DURATION 3 HOURS
SCHEDULE THURS + SAT
- 130 Clergy St. East, Kingston
- NW corner of Clergy St. East + Princess St. on the edge of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church grounds.
Bring your appetite, our Food Tours + Adventures have you more than covered for Food + Drink. Bring a camera (or charged phone) for pics + memories. Bring your questions, we love sharing stories and recommendations for great places to eat + drink.
As for pace, while we set-up our Food Tours + Adventures with all our partners in advance, as small independent businesses, our partners will be busy juggling their regular customers and our tours, so we may face a tiny wait or eat standing at certain (small) stops. It’s part of our commitment to supporting local food, and showcasing the best eats, sips and bites of the city.
All our Food Tours run Rain, Snow or Shine, so please dress for the weather. We recommend purchasing TicketGuardian protection if you think you might be affected by weather or travel changes.
Culinary Adventure Co. experiences have been designed to highlight the best and most signature items from each of our vendors, shops and restaurants. Our partners showcase what they LOVE and their STORY – so ultimately their most delicious food + drink.
While we can accommodate severe food allergies (i.e. Nuts, Shellfish), Vegetarians and those who do not drink Alcohol, we cannot make substitutions for any other dietary concerns such as Gluten-Free, Celiac, Dairy-Free or Vegan. Dietary concerns + allergies must be highlighted in advance with your ticket purchase.
If you HAVE SERIOUS FOOD ALLERGIES, or questions please email us or speak to our Ticket Team before purchasing tickets for any of our Food Tours or Culinary Adventures.
All Culinary Adventure Co. Food Tours + Adventures are 100% REFUNDABLE, up to 1 hour before departure for a nominal fee, from our partner TicketGuardian, based on their rules + regulations. When you purchase your Culinary Adventure Co. tickets, you’ll have the option to opt-in to protect tickets or opt-out of coverage. Your choice, your comfort.
If you choose NOT to protect your tickets, they will be non-refundable, however, if you notify Culinary Adventure Co. or Eztix (our Ticketing Team) in advance (min. 48 hours) your tickets can be converted to an e-Certificate or exchanged for a new date (based on availability) – for no charge.
Culinary Adventure Co. is an independent family-owned + operated business who has worked very hard since 2010, to be the most trusted Food Tour company in Canada.
We are a group of restaurant owners, chefs, cooks, artisan food producers and dynamic food service professionals, and no matter where you enjoy our experiences – Winnipeg, Toronto, Kingston, Ottawa, Charlottetown or Halifax – you know you’ll be taken care of by a LOCAL PASSIONATE TEAM. We’ve done our homework allowing you to taste and discover the best food + drink hidden gems.
Plus, your support of Culinary Adventure Co. allows us to support our partner Mealshare, an organization that offers youth at risk with much needed meals and education. Doing good is good for business.