Let’s have fun strolling the delightful and historic Mississippi district, while eating brunch! This neighborhood is a perfect way to experience a food tour in Portland. The Mississippi district has been revived in recent years, while retaining its charm from yesteryear. Although there is a story tucked away in the past, and it will be told. These days however, it’s a Portland hotspot laden with music venues, quirky shops, cozy pubs, and eateries galore, ranging from casual to upscale and all things in between.
This Portland food tour will unfold like a progressive meal, with many scrumptious bites and libations along the way. Examples will include a charming organic café complete with a turntable for vinyl’s, Southern food, a well-loved food cart pod, a teahouse, mouthwatering brioche donuts and a French inspired salt and chocolate shop. The option for alcoholic beverages exists.
You will not leave hungry!
In this special brunch food tour, we will walk a total of .8 miles through the North Albina district and down Mississippi St, admiring vintage homes and historical brick buildings, all of which ooze charm. And of course, the hottest hipster hangouts, all while we visit six engaging foodie spots. Along the way, we will also talk about the history and current going ons of the Mississippi district and Portland. We will end about .7 miles from where we start. I will lead us back to our starting point, or you are welcome to explore the hood more and get back in your own time.
Wear comfortable shoes and bring rain gear, if it looks like we will be blessed with some of Portland’s liquid sunshine.
All ages are welcome on this tour. The perfect tour for families!
Here's the Skinny!
Start time: 9am
Duration: 2.5 – 3 hours
Distance: .8 miles walking (plus .7 miles back to starting point)
Minimum age: All ages welcome
Price: $65 + 4.00 booking fee (non-alcoholic drinks included)
$80 + 4.00 booking fee (alcohol included)
Location: we will email you once you are registered