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Princeton: A Farmers Food Tour - On Hold

Experience Farm to Table like Never Before!

Quick Details

With so many great spots to choose from, enjoy tastings at a mix of well-known Princeton gems, along with off-the-beaten-path discoveries.

Adult Ages 8 & up • Food & Drink Included
$99
Kid Ages 3-7 • Food & Drink Included
$40
Child Ages 2 & Under
Free

Farm-to-Table Food Tour in Princeton

The quaint and charming town of Princeton is so much more than the University! Surrounded by more than a dozen farms, the small town of Princeton is home to some of the best farm-to-table eateries in the state, amongst other fabulous and delicious eateries.

With so many great spots to choose from, enjoy tastings at a mix of well-known Princeton gems, along with off-the-beaten-path discoveries. This foodie-focused tour of Princeton also offers an opportunity to engage in conversations around sustainable and local agriculture with the help of industry experts (farmers, advocates, chefs, and more). We are the Garden State after all!

Expect to visit 5 spots from the list below:

Lan Ramen | Olsson’s Cheese Shop | The Bent Spoon | Jammin Crepes | Triumph Brewing

What to Expect

» Learn about the food & drink you’re sampling, and the people who work passionately to prepare it.

» Relaxed pace, walking from location to location. The Princeton tour is a bit more casual than the other tour cities in that 2-3 of the tasting locations are standing room only due to the size or nature of the establishments visited.

» No over-scripted robotic tour guides here! Your friendly and knowledgeable tour guide will make you feel right at home.

» A casual afternoon out amongst foodie friends, with opportunities to make some new ones.

With 100s of restaurants to choose from, this tour features a mix of off-the-beaten-path gems and well-known locally owned eateries, handpicked by us, making it fun and easy to explore the local food scene.

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Great walking food tour!

We spent the most fun afternoon on Saturday, tasting great food and drink in Princeton. Our guide did an exceptional job of organizing the tour, and choosing the restaurants. She even had the restaurants accommodate my lactose-intolerant diet. I had the best hot chocolate ever at the Bent Spoon. Can't wait to book our next tour. Thank you!

– Judy H. | TripAdvisor