Munch and sip your way through a delightful small town on a walking food tour!
Little by little, bit by bit, Sanford is making a name for itself as a terrific small town with so much more than charm and antique shops. You would be amazed by how much is happening in Celery City, the nickname it earned for once being Florida’s largest celery grower. Nary a celery field is in sight these days, but you’ll find plenty of great restaurants, microbreweries and eclectic bars. So many great places, in fact, that the folks behind Limo Cycle tours (also a stellar reason to visit Sanford) decided to launch a walking food tour to give visitors a chance to taste the best of Sanford.
We checked out a tour during Sanford Food Tours‘ soft opening phase and we were absolutely thrilled with the experience. Easily rivaling the walking food tour we did this summer in Nashville, TN, this local foodie jaunt takes partakers to six hidden gems with each stop supplying a delicious example of local fare. We were #Sanfording, as the local likes to say, and it was such a delight.
At the conclusion of our three-hour, 1.25-mile stroll, our throng of giddy tourists was stuffed. There was so much food, every bite I would drive back to Sanford to have again.
- Tours are offered Thursday through Saturday from 11am – 2pm
- Cost is $49 per person (use promo code ODNG10 to get 10% off tickets)
- Advance registration required
More info at www.SanfordFoodTours.com.
Spoiler alert! While all tours will differ slightly from day to day, those looking forward to the surprise element of the tour might not want to savor the images below…