Our ribbon has been cut…

23rd Oct 2012

 

 

 

Salem Food Tours  

Our official City welcome!

We were so pleased to officially ‘cut our ribbon’. The October 18th ceremony took place on Pickering Wharf. Location: the best store front we could ever ask for – beautiful Salem Harbor – the ultimate beginning of a food journey with our spice trade history!Thank you to our attendees, which included Salem Mayor Kimberley Driscoll and some of our wonderful Tour Partners and friends. And thank you to ALL for your support these first couple of months, it’s been a wonderful beginning. We look forward to future Tours with smiles.
Photo: left to right, Salem Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Rinus Oosthoek, Finz Restaurant owner George Carey, What’s the Soup  Co-Founder Heather Cathcart, Mark Scalia and Salem Food Tour Founder and Owner Karen Scalia, 62 Restaurant and Wine Bar Owner and Chef Antonio Bettencourt, Salem Mayor Kimberley Driscoll, Finz Executive Chef Sarafino Keezer, Salem Spice Owner David Bowie.

Tours return in November… 

We thank all of our recent guests who attended our Food Tours.  As the streets get busier to celebrate the Halloween holiday, we will go ‘dark’ through most of the end of October. Tours will be starting up again in November. We are now booking for Friday, November 2nd.  If you would like to participate in this or any other date, click here
Photo:  A terrific selection of local mead – a.k.a. honey wine – can be found at Pamplemousse, one of our many terrific Tour Partners

In the News

Thank you to North Shore Dish for their recent write up on North Shore Food Tours! We highly recommend this informative website that covers all the food-related news in this region. 

Visitors love learning about Salem’s culinary scene

“My guests thoroughly enjoyed your Food Tour – they said it was THE highlight of their stay!”-Flora TonThat, Northey Street House B&B

If you are planning on staying in Salem at any one of our B&B friends, please let us know when you make your reservation for a Tour!

  

“I’ve eaten all around the world and I had no idea Salem had such a variety of delicious, locally sourced food… By the end of the tour, I was full, happy and had made friends with six like-minded foodies.” – T.M., Salem, MA, via Yelp

 

Kitchen magic

Visit our shop to buy dishtowels and other Salem Food Tour items – a deliciously fun way to bring a little Salem magic to your kitchen.  Also make great gifts!

Parking in Salem

Visiting Salem? We know it can be scary to park here during Halloween. Check out the cities new website that helps break down the parking options downtown.

http://parkinginsalem.com/

Did you know?
 Salem shops like Milk and Honey, one of our Food Tour Partners, keep locally made products on their shelves. This opportunity gives people like Angie Adams of ApotheCaring – a local herbal tea company – the customer visibility they need.  (Btw, we are admittedly addicted to Angie’s delicious Fireside Tea – which we recently sampled on a Food Tour.  It makes a cold night so much warmer! Find her fine teas at Milk and Honey.)