7 Best Food Tours In Dallas, Texas - Updated 2024

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For years, Dallas has been a destination for many immigrants. This has caused their cultures, traditions, and cuisines to fuse together to become the Dallas identity we see today. When you walk along the streets of Dallas, you will be able to see food items - some that you might easily recognize -Tacos from the Mexicans, pizza from the Italians, and more. However, you will also find many dishes that you have never seen before, or it might be a dish that came about when two cuisines joined hands. In Dallas, stay at these hotels and get ready for an adventure together with your pet. You can experience a fun stay at any of the party hotels of Dallas as well. So keep scrolling and try not to let your stomach grumble too much while you look through the list of the best food tours in Dallas, Texas.

1. Guided chocolate tour (from USD 65.0)

Embark on a mouthwatering journey with this chocolate tour, perfect for dessert lovers. Here, you will discover the art of chocolate making from bean to bar, guided by expert chocolatiers. Experience the sights, smells, and flavours of delicious pastries at the Sugar & Sage bakery. Other than tasting the delectable sweets, you will also be able to learn about the local attractions as you pass by them on the air-conditioned bus. Furthermore, you will be provided with soft drinks and water on the bus.

From testing food, such as getting a small cup of gelato and tasting delicious chocolates, this guided tour is a complete package for everyone.

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Dallas Half-Day Chocolate Tour

Duration: 210 to 240 minutes

47 reviews

2. Bishop arts food and walking tour (from USD 58.0)

On this tour, you will be brought to the neighbourhood of Bishop Arts. There is a great selection of delicious food items such as barbecue, pizza, tableside s'mores and decadent chocolates here. You will also find out what food Dallas is known for after enjoying a day exploring the history of food and culture. If you love perfection, then, this is the place for you as you are guaranteed to leave with a full and satisfied stomach. You will also be brought around by an informative guide that will fill you up all about the interesting facts of the town - such as its history, landmarks, or even hot spots to snap a cute picture for your social media. Don’t hesitate and just head down and join in on the fun right here at Bishop Arts Food and Walking Tour in Dallas.

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Bishop Arts Food and Walking Tour in Dallas

Duration: 3 hours

6 reviews

3. Dallas tacos and margaritas coach tour (from USD 85.0)

Tacos are symbolic to the Mexican cuisine and it is also one of America’s favourite dishes. Who can resist that tender and succulent filling, the fresh taste emanating from the cilantro, the heat and the tangy taste from the lime to tie all these flavours together? After devouring those delicious and to-die-for tacos, seal the deal by getting a margarita. Another one of America’s favourite, the margarita is a drink that appears commonly on dinner tables or at the beach as it is just that irresistible! On this tour, learn more about the traditional Tex-Mex foods and beverages and taste it for yourself!

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Dallas Tacos and Margaritas Coach Tour

Duration: 3 to 4 hours

95 reviews

4. Secret food tours in Dallas (from USD 84.0)

Dallas is populated by many immigrants, whose cultures have fused together over generations. It is evident from the different flavour profiles displayed in their dishes. From Native American and Mexican flavours to Eastern European, South American and much more, as long as you can name it - you most probably can find it in Dallas! That being said, going on a food tour in Dallas is just like embarking on an adventure, as you might not know what is the origin of the dish, or even what the dish is made of! However, with an adventurous heart, you will definitely be able to find pockets of flavours. You will also be brought to the best food neighbourhood, and psst, keep it a secret. However, there is an exclusive secret dish that will be revealed during the tour as well. Sounds mysterious? Well, this secret is yours to uncover!

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Secret Food Tour of Dallas with Private Tour Option

Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes

6 reviews

5. Dallas Uptown and West Village foodie walk (from USD 89.0)

Dallas’ Uptown is undoubtedly a food extravaganza, with options ranging from casual cafes to upscale restaurants. This tour takes you through the mouth-watering delights of Uptown, but you might also get a unique insight into Dallas’ history if you happen to catch a glimpse of Rosie, the oldest running trolley car in the whole of USA. Savour an international spread, from homey Texas fare, accompanied by local brews, to exotic Meditteranean dishes guaranteed to tantalize your palate. Go for the quaint French cafes that, with their buttery pastries, whisk you off to the beautiful streets of Paris. End it all off with a visit to Dallas’ iconic Art District, where you can walk off your satisfying meal.

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Dallas Uptown and West Village Foodie Walk

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes

91 reviews

6. Dallas' West Village food tour (from USD 64.0)

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Want to taste what Dallas’ West Village has to offer, but not too keen on trudging from place to place on foot? Well, this is the tour for you! With the goal of maintaining ‘minimal walking between tastings’, this tour lets you save up your energy for what really matters, the sights, sounds, and flavours of the West Village. First, sate your eyes at Dallas’ Art District, which encompasses various forms and locales of Art, from European sculptures to Asian paintings, then sate your rumbling bellies with a trusty guide who is sure to bedazzle you with interesting anecdotes and the history of this more-than-a-century-old neighbourhood. After a sumptuous meal, ride the trolley down to Klyde Warren Park, a brand new open green space, to indulge in nature’s delights.

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Dallas' West Village Food Tour

Duration: 3 hours

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7. Dallas food and culture tour (from USD 39.0)

With Texas lying right along the border of Mexico, a fusion of flavours is inevitable, and that’s what this walking food tour in Dallas highlights. It involves exploring the delicious variety of Tex-Mex available in the West End Historic District of Dallas. Once the backbone of the railway industry, this district has now been retrofitted for the modern day and age, with a multitude of restaurants serving delectable fusion fare, retaining the key elements of traditional Mexican fare, while borrowing elements from the other ethnicities whom people call Dallas.

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Dallas Tex-Mex Food Tasting Tour

Duration: 2 hours

138 reviews

Eat to your heart's content

Being a melting pot of cultures, Dallas has a rich flavour profile as it consists of techniques, ingredients and preparation methods from many different cuisines. Thus, prepare your stomach while on any of the above food and sightseeing tours in Dallas as you will find yourself being enticed by the innumerable scrumptious offerings! Don’t say that you had not been warned.

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