Perfect way to combine a basic walking tour of the city with a variety of local tastings. The mole sauces at the last stop were so good that we made dinner reservations and had a wonderful meal that evening. The tour guide- who also owns the tour company - cares about the experience and did a great job putting together the tasting venues.
My mom and I had a great time on the Sip and Savor food tour in Santa Fe on March 4th. All the places were great and distinct - I wish we would have had more time at the pub and the option to purchase drinks and maybe a bit less at the Cheese Shop although it was wonderful!. Quite a bit of history on the tour - you can actually just wait for it here instead of taking the tour at the Palace of the Governors. I wish we had stopped in the Loretto Chapel - the tour went long an extra hour! and we didn't have a chance to get there before it closed at 4:30pm. Loved the stop at Sazon - the chef is delightful and a true treasure of Santa Fe - we were happy to spend the extra time as his guests. This is a great experience for those visiting Santa Fe or even for locals!.
Santa Fe 'Sip and Savor' Food Tour lived up to our expectations. Our guide, Joe, was personable, knowledgeable about the history of Santa Fe and kept the tour moving at a pleasant pace. The places we visited were varied and the food and drink excellent. Also, he was well prepared, having hand warmers for those of us unprepared for the cold!
This trip was the highlight of my trip to Santa Fe. The host was well-prepared and gave us much information as we walked the streets of downtown Santa Fe. We had a few culinary experiences we would have never experienced otherwise and I highly recommend this to anyone who wants the history of the foods of the southwest.