Strolling tour will get a style of Saskatoon’s culinary scene

It’s an activity you can do in bigger cities like Toronto or New York. But starting today, food tours of Saskatoon are ready to showcase all the city’s culinary scene has to offer. 

“We’ll visit five restaurants in total,” explained Marcy Atchison, tour guide for Taste-It Food Tours.  Marcy Atchison will guide foodies through five different restaurants. (Steve Pasqualotto/CBC)

She said the three-hour tour of tasters and drinks begins at the Delta Bessborough Hotel at 5 p.m. CST every Tuesday. The next stops include Cut Casual Steak & Tap, The Rook & Raven Pub and Flint Saloon. The tour then finishes off at Bon Temps Cafe with a Louisiana dessert. 

“The general manager or the chef at each place will be explaining their dish for the evening and give a little bit of information and history of the restaurant itself,” Atchison added.

But it’s not all about food. Atchison said the walking tour will also take in Saskatoon’s many historic sites.

“As we travel along, I will be giving some history of Saskatoon and some interesting information about some of the buildings that we will actually be visiting,” she said. 

Dinner tours cost $99 per person. The group also offers a “Broadway Luncheon” tour every Thursday for $85.

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