May
9
Thu
Old Monterey Walking Food Tour @ Monterey
May 9 @ 11:00 am

Follow a delicious trail of local treats through historic Monterey on a small-group food tour that includes plenty of tastings for a full lunch. Committing to lunch at a single restaurant means missing out on the diverse cuisines that make Monterey food so interesting; try a little bit of everything as you go from neighborhood restaurants to frozen treats and California wine, learning about Monterey history along the way.

What to expect:

Meet your guide at the Historic Custom House and embark upon your epicurean exploration of Monterey. Stops may include a step back in time as small bites are enjoyed in a historic setting. Venture to Alvarado Street and the hidden gems of downtown Monterey’s back streets where locals dine. Enjoy dishes from traditional Indian or Greek cuisine to local cider and pasta in a gastropub to deep dish pizza. Next, visit an artisan ice cream shop, sample handcrafted Ice cream while visiting the kitchen. Continue past many historic buildings in Monterey including a couple of California’s firsts. Finally, sip local wine and savor delicious local cheese in Old Monterey’s first winemaker tasting room or while you browse the art of 30 local artists. Bid your guide and group farewell but feel free to remain in the gallery or tasting room after the tour concludes.

FAQs

What is a walking food tour?

A walking food tour is a great way to visit multiple unique, local eateries to sample restaurant specialties at a leisurely pace, with the convenience of pre-planning and coordination by a local tour guide.

How far will we walk and how long are the tours?

Tours range from 1-2 miles and last approximately 3 hours.

Is the tour recommended for children?

Monterey Bay Food Tours leaves the decision to bring children up to the parents, but no special accommodations are made to include special menus or pricing. The tour is designed for people who have an appreciation for food. While we realize that many children may have a more limited palate, there are children who would enjoy the tour.

How many restaurants will we visit?

We generally visit 5-6 restaurants and eateries.

Does the tour include history?

The tour guide will highlight some historical and interesting facts, but the main focus of the tour is the culinary experience.

Should we tip?

Your ticket price cover sserver tips at all restaurants, but if you enjoy your experience tips are welcome for tour guides.

Are alcoholic beverages included?

Yes. Wine, beer and/or cocktails will be provided at some locations for those 21 and older with a valid ID. Water will be available at most stops. Bottled water is not provided in between stops, so you may choose to bring your own in case you get thirsty.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

There is no minimum age to participate in the tour. However, anyone wishing to enjoy alcoholic beverages must be 21 years of age or older with a valid ID.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

PARKING: Street parking is time limited so we recommend that you park in one of the public lots or parking garages. There is a parking garage approximately two blocks from our meeting location, Downtown East Garage, on Washington and Tyler Streets between E Franklin St. and del Monte Ave. (all day parking $7) and also a parking lot adjacent to Fisherman’s Wharf (rates range from $1.50 per hour/$10 maximum to $2 per hour/$15 maximum). These are both perfect places to park close to our meeting location.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Contact Monterey Bay Food Tours

email: montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com

phone: 831-204-2211

What’s the refund policy?

No refunds will be issued. Re-scheduling may be accommodated on a case by case basis. Full-priced tickets must be purchased in advanced for all those 4 and older attending even if they will not be tasting. Participants under 4 may attend, but will not receive food tastings unless a ticket is purchased.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, please go green and show your ticket on your mobile device or give the guide your name when you arrive.

Can I update my registration information?

Your answer goes here

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

Yes, your ticket is transferrable. If you need to change the date of your ticket, please contact Monterey Bay Food Tours at montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com or 831-204-2211.

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?

Yes

May
12
Sun
Old Monterey Walking Food Tour @ Monterey
May 12 @ 11:00 am

Follow a delicious trail of local treats through historic Monterey on a small-group food tour that includes plenty of tastings for a full lunch. Committing to lunch at a single restaurant means missing out on the diverse cuisines that make Monterey food so interesting; try a little bit of everything as you go from neighborhood restaurants to frozen treats and California wine, learning about Monterey history along the way.

What to expect:

Meet your guide at the Historic Custom House and embark upon your epicurean exploration of Monterey. Stops may include a step back in time as small bites are enjoyed in a historic setting. Venture to Alvarado Street and the hidden gems of downtown Monterey’s back streets where locals dine. Enjoy dishes from traditional Indian or Greek cuisine to local cider and pasta in a gastropub to deep dish pizza. Next, visit an artisan ice cream shop, sample handcrafted Ice cream while visiting the kitchen. Continue past many historic buildings in Monterey including a couple of California’s firsts. Finally, sip local wine and savor delicious local cheese in Old Monterey’s first winemaker tasting room or while you browse the art of 30 local artists. Bid your guide and group farewell but feel free to remain in the gallery or tasting room after the tour concludes.

FAQs

What is a walking food tour?

A walking food tour is a great way to visit multiple unique, local eateries to sample restaurant specialties at a leisurely pace, with the convenience of pre-planning and coordination by a local tour guide.

How far will we walk and how long are the tours?

Tours range from 1-2 miles and last approximately 3 hours.

Is the tour recommended for children?

Monterey Bay Food Tours leaves the decision to bring children up to the parents, but no special accommodations are made to include special menus or pricing. The tour is designed for people who have an appreciation for food. While we realize that many children may have a more limited palate, there are children who would enjoy the tour.

How many restaurants will we visit?

We generally visit 5-6 restaurants and eateries.

Does the tour include history?

The tour guide will highlight some historical and interesting facts, but the main focus of the tour is the culinary experience.

Should we tip?

Your ticket price cover sserver tips at all restaurants, but if you enjoy your experience tips are welcome for tour guides.

Are alcoholic beverages included?

Yes. Wine, beer and/or cocktails will be provided at some locations for those 21 and older with a valid ID. Water will be available at most stops. Bottled water is not provided in between stops, so you may choose to bring your own in case you get thirsty.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

There is no minimum age to participate in the tour. However, anyone wishing to enjoy alcoholic beverages must be 21 years of age or older with a valid ID.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

PARKING: Street parking is time limited so we recommend that you park in one of the public lots or parking garages. There is a parking garage approximately two blocks from our meeting location, Downtown East Garage, on Washington and Tyler Streets between E Franklin St. and del Monte Ave. (all day parking $7) and also a parking lot adjacent to Fisherman’s Wharf (rates range from $1.50 per hour/$10 maximum to $2 per hour/$15 maximum). These are both perfect places to park close to our meeting location.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Contact Monterey Bay Food Tours

email: montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com

phone: 831-204-2211

What’s the refund policy?

No refunds will be issued. Re-scheduling may be accommodated on a case by case basis. Full-priced tickets must be purchased in advanced for all those 4 and older attending even if they will not be tasting. Participants under 4 may attend, but will not receive food tastings unless a ticket is purchased.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, please go green and show your ticket on your mobile device or give the guide your name when you arrive.

Can I update my registration information?

Your answer goes here

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

Yes, your ticket is transferrable. If you need to change the date of your ticket, please contact Monterey Bay Food Tours at montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com or 831-204-2211.

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?

Yes

May
16
Thu
Old Monterey Walking Food Tour @ Monterey
May 16 @ 11:00 am

Follow a delicious trail of local treats through historic Monterey on a small-group food tour that includes plenty of tastings for a full lunch. Committing to lunch at a single restaurant means missing out on the diverse cuisines that make Monterey food so interesting; try a little bit of everything as you go from neighborhood restaurants to frozen treats and California wine, learning about Monterey history along the way.

What to expect:

Meet your guide at the Historic Custom House and embark upon your epicurean exploration of Monterey. Stops may include a step back in time as small bites are enjoyed in a historic setting. Venture to Alvarado Street and the hidden gems of downtown Monterey’s back streets where locals dine. Enjoy dishes from traditional Indian or Greek cuisine to local cider and pasta in a gastropub to deep dish pizza. Next, visit an artisan ice cream shop, sample handcrafted Ice cream while visiting the kitchen. Continue past many historic buildings in Monterey including a couple of California’s firsts. Finally, sip local wine and savor delicious local cheese in Old Monterey’s first winemaker tasting room or while you browse the art of 30 local artists. Bid your guide and group farewell but feel free to remain in the gallery or tasting room after the tour concludes.

FAQs

What is a walking food tour?

A walking food tour is a great way to visit multiple unique, local eateries to sample restaurant specialties at a leisurely pace, with the convenience of pre-planning and coordination by a local tour guide.

How far will we walk and how long are the tours?

Tours range from 1-2 miles and last approximately 3 hours.

Is the tour recommended for children?

Monterey Bay Food Tours leaves the decision to bring children up to the parents, but no special accommodations are made to include special menus or pricing. The tour is designed for people who have an appreciation for food. While we realize that many children may have a more limited palate, there are children who would enjoy the tour.

How many restaurants will we visit?

We generally visit 5-6 restaurants and eateries.

Does the tour include history?

The tour guide will highlight some historical and interesting facts, but the main focus of the tour is the culinary experience.

Should we tip?

Your ticket price cover sserver tips at all restaurants, but if you enjoy your experience tips are welcome for tour guides.

Are alcoholic beverages included?

Yes. Wine, beer and/or cocktails will be provided at some locations for those 21 and older with a valid ID. Water will be available at most stops. Bottled water is not provided in between stops, so you may choose to bring your own in case you get thirsty.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

There is no minimum age to participate in the tour. However, anyone wishing to enjoy alcoholic beverages must be 21 years of age or older with a valid ID.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

PARKING: Street parking is time limited so we recommend that you park in one of the public lots or parking garages. There is a parking garage approximately two blocks from our meeting location, Downtown East Garage, on Washington and Tyler Streets between E Franklin St. and del Monte Ave. (all day parking $7) and also a parking lot adjacent to Fisherman’s Wharf (rates range from $1.50 per hour/$10 maximum to $2 per hour/$15 maximum). These are both perfect places to park close to our meeting location.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Contact Monterey Bay Food Tours

email: montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com

phone: 831-204-2211

What’s the refund policy?

No refunds will be issued. Re-scheduling may be accommodated on a case by case basis. Full-priced tickets must be purchased in advanced for all those 4 and older attending even if they will not be tasting. Participants under 4 may attend, but will not receive food tastings unless a ticket is purchased.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, please go green and show your ticket on your mobile device or give the guide your name when you arrive.

Can I update my registration information?

Your answer goes here

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

Yes, your ticket is transferrable. If you need to change the date of your ticket, please contact Monterey Bay Food Tours at montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com or 831-204-2211.

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?

Yes

May
19
Sun
Old Monterey Walking Food Tour @ Monterey
May 19 @ 11:00 am

Follow a delicious trail of local treats through historic Monterey on a small-group food tour that includes plenty of tastings for a full lunch. Committing to lunch at a single restaurant means missing out on the diverse cuisines that make Monterey food so interesting; try a little bit of everything as you go from neighborhood restaurants to frozen treats and California wine, learning about Monterey history along the way.

What to expect:

Meet your guide at the Historic Custom House and embark upon your epicurean exploration of Monterey. Stops may include a step back in time as small bites are enjoyed in a historic setting. Venture to Alvarado Street and the hidden gems of downtown Monterey’s back streets where locals dine. Enjoy dishes from traditional Indian or Greek cuisine to local cider and pasta in a gastropub to deep dish pizza. Next, visit an artisan ice cream shop, sample handcrafted Ice cream while visiting the kitchen. Continue past many historic buildings in Monterey including a couple of California’s firsts. Finally, sip local wine and savor delicious local cheese in Old Monterey’s first winemaker tasting room or while you browse the art of 30 local artists. Bid your guide and group farewell but feel free to remain in the gallery or tasting room after the tour concludes.

FAQs

What is a walking food tour?

A walking food tour is a great way to visit multiple unique, local eateries to sample restaurant specialties at a leisurely pace, with the convenience of pre-planning and coordination by a local tour guide.

How far will we walk and how long are the tours?

Tours range from 1-2 miles and last approximately 3 hours.

Is the tour recommended for children?

Monterey Bay Food Tours leaves the decision to bring children up to the parents, but no special accommodations are made to include special menus or pricing. The tour is designed for people who have an appreciation for food. While we realize that many children may have a more limited palate, there are children who would enjoy the tour.

How many restaurants will we visit?

We generally visit 5-6 restaurants and eateries.

Does the tour include history?

The tour guide will highlight some historical and interesting facts, but the main focus of the tour is the culinary experience.

Should we tip?

Your ticket price cover sserver tips at all restaurants, but if you enjoy your experience tips are welcome for tour guides.

Are alcoholic beverages included?

Yes. Wine, beer and/or cocktails will be provided at some locations for those 21 and older with a valid ID. Water will be available at most stops. Bottled water is not provided in between stops, so you may choose to bring your own in case you get thirsty.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

There is no minimum age to participate in the tour. However, anyone wishing to enjoy alcoholic beverages must be 21 years of age or older with a valid ID.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

PARKING: Street parking is time limited so we recommend that you park in one of the public lots or parking garages. There is a parking garage approximately two blocks from our meeting location, Downtown East Garage, on Washington and Tyler Streets between E Franklin St. and del Monte Ave. (all day parking $7) and also a parking lot adjacent to Fisherman’s Wharf (rates range from $1.50 per hour/$10 maximum to $2 per hour/$15 maximum). These are both perfect places to park close to our meeting location.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Contact Monterey Bay Food Tours

email: montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com

phone: 831-204-2211

What’s the refund policy?

No refunds will be issued. Re-scheduling may be accommodated on a case by case basis. Full-priced tickets must be purchased in advanced for all those 4 and older attending even if they will not be tasting. Participants under 4 may attend, but will not receive food tastings unless a ticket is purchased.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, please go green and show your ticket on your mobile device or give the guide your name when you arrive.

Can I update my registration information?

Your answer goes here

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

Yes, your ticket is transferrable. If you need to change the date of your ticket, please contact Monterey Bay Food Tours at montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com or 831-204-2211.

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?

Yes

May
23
Thu
Old Monterey Walking Food Tour @ Monterey
May 23 @ 11:00 am

Follow a delicious trail of local treats through historic Monterey on a small-group food tour that includes plenty of tastings for a full lunch. Committing to lunch at a single restaurant means missing out on the diverse cuisines that make Monterey food so interesting; try a little bit of everything as you go from neighborhood restaurants to frozen treats and California wine, learning about Monterey history along the way.

What to expect:

Meet your guide at the Historic Custom House and embark upon your epicurean exploration of Monterey. Stops may include a step back in time as small bites are enjoyed in a historic setting. Venture to Alvarado Street and the hidden gems of downtown Monterey’s back streets where locals dine. Enjoy dishes from traditional Indian or Greek cuisine to local cider and pasta in a gastropub to deep dish pizza. Next, visit an artisan ice cream shop, sample handcrafted Ice cream while visiting the kitchen. Continue past many historic buildings in Monterey including a couple of California’s firsts. Finally, sip local wine and savor delicious local cheese in Old Monterey’s first winemaker tasting room or while you browse the art of 30 local artists. Bid your guide and group farewell but feel free to remain in the gallery or tasting room after the tour concludes.

FAQs

What is a walking food tour?

A walking food tour is a great way to visit multiple unique, local eateries to sample restaurant specialties at a leisurely pace, with the convenience of pre-planning and coordination by a local tour guide.

How far will we walk and how long are the tours?

Tours range from 1-2 miles and last approximately 3 hours.

Is the tour recommended for children?

Monterey Bay Food Tours leaves the decision to bring children up to the parents, but no special accommodations are made to include special menus or pricing. The tour is designed for people who have an appreciation for food. While we realize that many children may have a more limited palate, there are children who would enjoy the tour.

How many restaurants will we visit?

We generally visit 5-6 restaurants and eateries.

Does the tour include history?

The tour guide will highlight some historical and interesting facts, but the main focus of the tour is the culinary experience.

Should we tip?

Your ticket price cover sserver tips at all restaurants, but if you enjoy your experience tips are welcome for tour guides.

Are alcoholic beverages included?

Yes. Wine, beer and/or cocktails will be provided at some locations for those 21 and older with a valid ID. Water will be available at most stops. Bottled water is not provided in between stops, so you may choose to bring your own in case you get thirsty.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

There is no minimum age to participate in the tour. However, anyone wishing to enjoy alcoholic beverages must be 21 years of age or older with a valid ID.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

PARKING: Street parking is time limited so we recommend that you park in one of the public lots or parking garages. There is a parking garage approximately two blocks from our meeting location, Downtown East Garage, on Washington and Tyler Streets between E Franklin St. and del Monte Ave. (all day parking $7) and also a parking lot adjacent to Fisherman’s Wharf (rates range from $1.50 per hour/$10 maximum to $2 per hour/$15 maximum). These are both perfect places to park close to our meeting location.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Contact Monterey Bay Food Tours

email: montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com

phone: 831-204-2211

What’s the refund policy?

No refunds will be issued. Re-scheduling may be accommodated on a case by case basis. Full-priced tickets must be purchased in advanced for all those 4 and older attending even if they will not be tasting. Participants under 4 may attend, but will not receive food tastings unless a ticket is purchased.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, please go green and show your ticket on your mobile device or give the guide your name when you arrive.

Can I update my registration information?

Your answer goes here

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

Yes, your ticket is transferrable. If you need to change the date of your ticket, please contact Monterey Bay Food Tours at montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com or 831-204-2211.

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?

Yes

May
26
Sun
Old Monterey Walking Food Tour @ Monterey
May 26 @ 11:00 am

Follow a delicious trail of local treats through historic Monterey on a small-group food tour that includes plenty of tastings for a full lunch. Committing to lunch at a single restaurant means missing out on the diverse cuisines that make Monterey food so interesting; try a little bit of everything as you go from neighborhood restaurants to frozen treats and California wine, learning about Monterey history along the way.

What to expect:

Meet your guide at the Historic Custom House and embark upon your epicurean exploration of Monterey. Stops may include a step back in time as small bites are enjoyed in a historic setting. Venture to Alvarado Street and the hidden gems of downtown Monterey’s back streets where locals dine. Enjoy dishes from traditional Indian or Greek cuisine to local cider and pasta in a gastropub to deep dish pizza. Next, visit an artisan ice cream shop, sample handcrafted Ice cream while visiting the kitchen. Continue past many historic buildings in Monterey including a couple of California’s firsts. Finally, sip local wine and savor delicious local cheese in Old Monterey’s first winemaker tasting room or while you browse the art of 30 local artists. Bid your guide and group farewell but feel free to remain in the gallery or tasting room after the tour concludes.

FAQs

What is a walking food tour?

A walking food tour is a great way to visit multiple unique, local eateries to sample restaurant specialties at a leisurely pace, with the convenience of pre-planning and coordination by a local tour guide.

How far will we walk and how long are the tours?

Tours range from 1-2 miles and last approximately 3 hours.

Is the tour recommended for children?

Monterey Bay Food Tours leaves the decision to bring children up to the parents, but no special accommodations are made to include special menus or pricing. The tour is designed for people who have an appreciation for food. While we realize that many children may have a more limited palate, there are children who would enjoy the tour.

How many restaurants will we visit?

We generally visit 5-6 restaurants and eateries.

Does the tour include history?

The tour guide will highlight some historical and interesting facts, but the main focus of the tour is the culinary experience.

Should we tip?

Your ticket price cover sserver tips at all restaurants, but if you enjoy your experience tips are welcome for tour guides.

Are alcoholic beverages included?

Yes. Wine, beer and/or cocktails will be provided at some locations for those 21 and older with a valid ID. Water will be available at most stops. Bottled water is not provided in between stops, so you may choose to bring your own in case you get thirsty.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

There is no minimum age to participate in the tour. However, anyone wishing to enjoy alcoholic beverages must be 21 years of age or older with a valid ID.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

PARKING: Street parking is time limited so we recommend that you park in one of the public lots or parking garages. There is a parking garage approximately two blocks from our meeting location, Downtown East Garage, on Washington and Tyler Streets between E Franklin St. and del Monte Ave. (all day parking $7) and also a parking lot adjacent to Fisherman’s Wharf (rates range from $1.50 per hour/$10 maximum to $2 per hour/$15 maximum). These are both perfect places to park close to our meeting location.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Contact Monterey Bay Food Tours

email: montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com

phone: 831-204-2211

What’s the refund policy?

No refunds will be issued. Re-scheduling may be accommodated on a case by case basis. Full-priced tickets must be purchased in advanced for all those 4 and older attending even if they will not be tasting. Participants under 4 may attend, but will not receive food tastings unless a ticket is purchased.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, please go green and show your ticket on your mobile device or give the guide your name when you arrive.

Can I update my registration information?

Your answer goes here

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

Yes, your ticket is transferrable. If you need to change the date of your ticket, please contact Monterey Bay Food Tours at montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com or 831-204-2211.

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?

Yes

May
30
Thu
Old Monterey Walking Food Tour @ Monterey
May 30 @ 11:00 am

Follow a delicious trail of local treats through historic Monterey on a small-group food tour that includes plenty of tastings for a full lunch. Committing to lunch at a single restaurant means missing out on the diverse cuisines that make Monterey food so interesting; try a little bit of everything as you go from neighborhood restaurants to frozen treats and California wine, learning about Monterey history along the way.

What to expect:

Meet your guide at the Historic Custom House and embark upon your epicurean exploration of Monterey. Stops may include a step back in time as small bites are enjoyed in a historic setting. Venture to Alvarado Street and the hidden gems of downtown Monterey’s back streets where locals dine. Enjoy dishes from traditional Indian or Greek cuisine to local cider and pasta in a gastropub to deep dish pizza. Next, visit an artisan ice cream shop, sample handcrafted Ice cream while visiting the kitchen. Continue past many historic buildings in Monterey including a couple of California’s firsts. Finally, sip local wine and savor delicious local cheese in Old Monterey’s first winemaker tasting room or while you browse the art of 30 local artists. Bid your guide and group farewell but feel free to remain in the gallery or tasting room after the tour concludes.

FAQs

What is a walking food tour?

A walking food tour is a great way to visit multiple unique, local eateries to sample restaurant specialties at a leisurely pace, with the convenience of pre-planning and coordination by a local tour guide.

How far will we walk and how long are the tours?

Tours range from 1-2 miles and last approximately 3 hours.

Is the tour recommended for children?

Monterey Bay Food Tours leaves the decision to bring children up to the parents, but no special accommodations are made to include special menus or pricing. The tour is designed for people who have an appreciation for food. While we realize that many children may have a more limited palate, there are children who would enjoy the tour.

How many restaurants will we visit?

We generally visit 5-6 restaurants and eateries.

Does the tour include history?

The tour guide will highlight some historical and interesting facts, but the main focus of the tour is the culinary experience.

Should we tip?

Your ticket price cover sserver tips at all restaurants, but if you enjoy your experience tips are welcome for tour guides.

Are alcoholic beverages included?

Yes. Wine, beer and/or cocktails will be provided at some locations for those 21 and older with a valid ID. Water will be available at most stops. Bottled water is not provided in between stops, so you may choose to bring your own in case you get thirsty.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

There is no minimum age to participate in the tour. However, anyone wishing to enjoy alcoholic beverages must be 21 years of age or older with a valid ID.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

PARKING: Street parking is time limited so we recommend that you park in one of the public lots or parking garages. There is a parking garage approximately two blocks from our meeting location, Downtown East Garage, on Washington and Tyler Streets between E Franklin St. and del Monte Ave. (all day parking $7) and also a parking lot adjacent to Fisherman’s Wharf (rates range from $1.50 per hour/$10 maximum to $2 per hour/$15 maximum). These are both perfect places to park close to our meeting location.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Contact Monterey Bay Food Tours

email: montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com

phone: 831-204-2211

What’s the refund policy?

No refunds will be issued. Re-scheduling may be accommodated on a case by case basis. Full-priced tickets must be purchased in advanced for all those 4 and older attending even if they will not be tasting. Participants under 4 may attend, but will not receive food tastings unless a ticket is purchased.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, please go green and show your ticket on your mobile device or give the guide your name when you arrive.

Can I update my registration information?

Your answer goes here

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

Yes, your ticket is transferrable. If you need to change the date of your ticket, please contact Monterey Bay Food Tours at montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com or 831-204-2211.

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?

Yes

Jun
2
Sun
Old Monterey Walking Food Tour @ Monterey
Jun 2 @ 11:00 am

Follow a delicious trail of local treats through historic Monterey on a small-group food tour that includes plenty of tastings for a full lunch. Committing to lunch at a single restaurant means missing out on the diverse cuisines that make Monterey food so interesting; try a little bit of everything as you go from neighborhood restaurants to frozen treats and California wine, learning about Monterey history along the way.

What to expect:

Meet your guide at the Historic Custom House and embark upon your epicurean exploration of Monterey. Stops may include a step back in time as small bites are enjoyed in a historic setting. Venture to Alvarado Street and the hidden gems of downtown Monterey’s back streets where locals dine. Enjoy dishes from traditional Indian or Greek cuisine to local cider and pasta in a gastropub to deep dish pizza. Next, visit an artisan ice cream shop, sample handcrafted Ice cream while visiting the kitchen. Continue past many historic buildings in Monterey including a couple of California’s firsts. Finally, sip local wine and savor delicious local cheese in Old Monterey’s first winemaker tasting room or while you browse the art of 30 local artists. Bid your guide and group farewell but feel free to remain in the gallery or tasting room after the tour concludes.

FAQs

What is a walking food tour?

A walking food tour is a great way to visit multiple unique, local eateries to sample restaurant specialties at a leisurely pace, with the convenience of pre-planning and coordination by a local tour guide.

How far will we walk and how long are the tours?

Tours range from 1-2 miles and last approximately 3 hours.

Is the tour recommended for children?

Monterey Bay Food Tours leaves the decision to bring children up to the parents, but no special accommodations are made to include special menus or pricing. The tour is designed for people who have an appreciation for food. While we realize that many children may have a more limited palate, there are children who would enjoy the tour.

How many restaurants will we visit?

We generally visit 5-6 restaurants and eateries.

Does the tour include history?

The tour guide will highlight some historical and interesting facts, but the main focus of the tour is the culinary experience.

Should we tip?

Your ticket price cover sserver tips at all restaurants, but if you enjoy your experience tips are welcome for tour guides.

Are alcoholic beverages included?

Yes. Wine, beer and/or cocktails will be provided at some locations for those 21 and older with a valid ID. Water will be available at most stops. Bottled water is not provided in between stops, so you may choose to bring your own in case you get thirsty.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

There is no minimum age to participate in the tour. However, anyone wishing to enjoy alcoholic beverages must be 21 years of age or older with a valid ID.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

PARKING: Street parking is time limited so we recommend that you park in one of the public lots or parking garages. There is a parking garage approximately two blocks from our meeting location, Downtown East Garage, on Washington and Tyler Streets between E Franklin St. and del Monte Ave. (all day parking $7) and also a parking lot adjacent to Fisherman’s Wharf (rates range from $1.50 per hour/$10 maximum to $2 per hour/$15 maximum). These are both perfect places to park close to our meeting location.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Contact Monterey Bay Food Tours

email: montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com

phone: 831-204-2211

What’s the refund policy?

No refunds will be issued. Re-scheduling may be accommodated on a case by case basis. Full-priced tickets must be purchased in advanced for all those 4 and older attending even if they will not be tasting. Participants under 4 may attend, but will not receive food tastings unless a ticket is purchased.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, please go green and show your ticket on your mobile device or give the guide your name when you arrive.

Can I update my registration information?

Your answer goes here

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

Yes, your ticket is transferrable. If you need to change the date of your ticket, please contact Monterey Bay Food Tours at montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com or 831-204-2211.

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?

Yes

Jun
6
Thu
Old Monterey Walking Food Tour @ Monterey
Jun 6 @ 11:00 am

Follow a delicious trail of local treats through historic Monterey on a small-group food tour that includes plenty of tastings for a full lunch. Committing to lunch at a single restaurant means missing out on the diverse cuisines that make Monterey food so interesting; try a little bit of everything as you go from neighborhood restaurants to frozen treats and California wine, learning about Monterey history along the way.

What to expect:

Meet your guide at the Historic Custom House and embark upon your epicurean exploration of Monterey. Stops may include a step back in time as small bites are enjoyed in a historic setting. Venture to Alvarado Street and the hidden gems of downtown Monterey’s back streets where locals dine. Enjoy dishes from traditional Indian or Greek cuisine to local cider and pasta in a gastropub to deep dish pizza. Next, visit an artisan ice cream shop, sample handcrafted Ice cream while visiting the kitchen. Continue past many historic buildings in Monterey including a couple of California’s firsts. Finally, sip local wine and savor delicious local cheese in Old Monterey’s first winemaker tasting room or while you browse the art of 30 local artists. Bid your guide and group farewell but feel free to remain in the gallery or tasting room after the tour concludes.

FAQs

What is a walking food tour?

A walking food tour is a great way to visit multiple unique, local eateries to sample restaurant specialties at a leisurely pace, with the convenience of pre-planning and coordination by a local tour guide.

How far will we walk and how long are the tours?

Tours range from 1-2 miles and last approximately 3 hours.

Is the tour recommended for children?

Monterey Bay Food Tours leaves the decision to bring children up to the parents, but no special accommodations are made to include special menus or pricing. The tour is designed for people who have an appreciation for food. While we realize that many children may have a more limited palate, there are children who would enjoy the tour.

How many restaurants will we visit?

We generally visit 5-6 restaurants and eateries.

Does the tour include history?

The tour guide will highlight some historical and interesting facts, but the main focus of the tour is the culinary experience.

Should we tip?

Your ticket price cover sserver tips at all restaurants, but if you enjoy your experience tips are welcome for tour guides.

Are alcoholic beverages included?

Yes. Wine, beer and/or cocktails will be provided at some locations for those 21 and older with a valid ID. Water will be available at most stops. Bottled water is not provided in between stops, so you may choose to bring your own in case you get thirsty.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

There is no minimum age to participate in the tour. However, anyone wishing to enjoy alcoholic beverages must be 21 years of age or older with a valid ID.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

PARKING: Street parking is time limited so we recommend that you park in one of the public lots or parking garages. There is a parking garage approximately two blocks from our meeting location, Downtown East Garage, on Washington and Tyler Streets between E Franklin St. and del Monte Ave. (all day parking $7) and also a parking lot adjacent to Fisherman’s Wharf (rates range from $1.50 per hour/$10 maximum to $2 per hour/$15 maximum). These are both perfect places to park close to our meeting location.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Contact Monterey Bay Food Tours

email: montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com

phone: 831-204-2211

What’s the refund policy?

No refunds will be issued. Re-scheduling may be accommodated on a case by case basis. Full-priced tickets must be purchased in advanced for all those 4 and older attending even if they will not be tasting. Participants under 4 may attend, but will not receive food tastings unless a ticket is purchased.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, please go green and show your ticket on your mobile device or give the guide your name when you arrive.

Can I update my registration information?

Your answer goes here

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

Yes, your ticket is transferrable. If you need to change the date of your ticket, please contact Monterey Bay Food Tours at montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com or 831-204-2211.

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?

Yes

Jun
7
Fri
LGBTQ+ Best Practices Workshop @ Behavioral Health Marina Office
Jun 7 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

A training on the topic of best practices for working with LGBTQ+ youth.
About this Event
Join our interactive workshop for community members, parents/guardians, providers-educators, healthcare, housing, community and social workers, and all others interested in serving the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex and asexual youth populations.

At this workshop, attendees will:

•Learn about LGBTQ+ terms, statistics, and issues.

•Hear personal experiences from a panel including local LGBTQ+ youth.

•Take away practical best practices for what your organization can do to better reach and serve LGBTQ+ people.

•Have opportunities for discussion, questions, and comments.

Space is limited! Please RSVP.

Jun
9
Sun
Old Monterey Walking Food Tour @ Monterey
Jun 9 @ 11:00 am

Follow a delicious trail of local treats through historic Monterey on a small-group food tour that includes plenty of tastings for a full lunch. Committing to lunch at a single restaurant means missing out on the diverse cuisines that make Monterey food so interesting; try a little bit of everything as you go from neighborhood restaurants to frozen treats and California wine, learning about Monterey history along the way.

What to expect:

Meet your guide at the Historic Custom House and embark upon your epicurean exploration of Monterey. Stops may include a step back in time as small bites are enjoyed in a historic setting. Venture to Alvarado Street and the hidden gems of downtown Monterey’s back streets where locals dine. Enjoy dishes from traditional Indian or Greek cuisine to local cider and pasta in a gastropub to deep dish pizza. Next, visit an artisan ice cream shop, sample handcrafted Ice cream while visiting the kitchen. Continue past many historic buildings in Monterey including a couple of California’s firsts. Finally, sip local wine and savor delicious local cheese in Old Monterey’s first winemaker tasting room or while you browse the art of 30 local artists. Bid your guide and group farewell but feel free to remain in the gallery or tasting room after the tour concludes.

FAQs

What is a walking food tour?

A walking food tour is a great way to visit multiple unique, local eateries to sample restaurant specialties at a leisurely pace, with the convenience of pre-planning and coordination by a local tour guide.

How far will we walk and how long are the tours?

Tours range from 1-2 miles and last approximately 3 hours.

Is the tour recommended for children?

Monterey Bay Food Tours leaves the decision to bring children up to the parents, but no special accommodations are made to include special menus or pricing. The tour is designed for people who have an appreciation for food. While we realize that many children may have a more limited palate, there are children who would enjoy the tour.

How many restaurants will we visit?

We generally visit 5-6 restaurants and eateries.

Does the tour include history?

The tour guide will highlight some historical and interesting facts, but the main focus of the tour is the culinary experience.

Should we tip?

Your ticket price cover sserver tips at all restaurants, but if you enjoy your experience tips are welcome for tour guides.

Are alcoholic beverages included?

Yes. Wine, beer and/or cocktails will be provided at some locations for those 21 and older with a valid ID. Water will be available at most stops. Bottled water is not provided in between stops, so you may choose to bring your own in case you get thirsty.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

There is no minimum age to participate in the tour. However, anyone wishing to enjoy alcoholic beverages must be 21 years of age or older with a valid ID.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

PARKING: Street parking is time limited so we recommend that you park in one of the public lots or parking garages. There is a parking garage approximately two blocks from our meeting location, Downtown East Garage, on Washington and Tyler Streets between E Franklin St. and del Monte Ave. (all day parking $7) and also a parking lot adjacent to Fisherman’s Wharf (rates range from $1.50 per hour/$10 maximum to $2 per hour/$15 maximum). These are both perfect places to park close to our meeting location.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Contact Monterey Bay Food Tours

email: montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com

phone: 831-204-2211

What’s the refund policy?

No refunds will be issued. Re-scheduling may be accommodated on a case by case basis. Full-priced tickets must be purchased in advanced for all those 4 and older attending even if they will not be tasting. Participants under 4 may attend, but will not receive food tastings unless a ticket is purchased.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, please go green and show your ticket on your mobile device or give the guide your name when you arrive.

Can I update my registration information?

Your answer goes here

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

Yes, your ticket is transferrable. If you need to change the date of your ticket, please contact Monterey Bay Food Tours at montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com or 831-204-2211.

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?

Yes

Jun
13
Thu
Old Monterey Walking Food Tour @ Monterey
Jun 13 @ 11:00 am

Follow a delicious trail of local treats through historic Monterey on a small-group food tour that includes plenty of tastings for a full lunch. Committing to lunch at a single restaurant means missing out on the diverse cuisines that make Monterey food so interesting; try a little bit of everything as you go from neighborhood restaurants to frozen treats and California wine, learning about Monterey history along the way.

What to expect:

Meet your guide at the Historic Custom House and embark upon your epicurean exploration of Monterey. Stops may include a step back in time as small bites are enjoyed in a historic setting. Venture to Alvarado Street and the hidden gems of downtown Monterey’s back streets where locals dine. Enjoy dishes from traditional Indian or Greek cuisine to local cider and pasta in a gastropub to deep dish pizza. Next, visit an artisan ice cream shop, sample handcrafted Ice cream while visiting the kitchen. Continue past many historic buildings in Monterey including a couple of California’s firsts. Finally, sip local wine and savor delicious local cheese in Old Monterey’s first winemaker tasting room or while you browse the art of 30 local artists. Bid your guide and group farewell but feel free to remain in the gallery or tasting room after the tour concludes.

FAQs

What is a walking food tour?

A walking food tour is a great way to visit multiple unique, local eateries to sample restaurant specialties at a leisurely pace, with the convenience of pre-planning and coordination by a local tour guide.

How far will we walk and how long are the tours?

Tours range from 1-2 miles and last approximately 3 hours.

Is the tour recommended for children?

Monterey Bay Food Tours leaves the decision to bring children up to the parents, but no special accommodations are made to include special menus or pricing. The tour is designed for people who have an appreciation for food. While we realize that many children may have a more limited palate, there are children who would enjoy the tour.

How many restaurants will we visit?

We generally visit 5-6 restaurants and eateries.

Does the tour include history?

The tour guide will highlight some historical and interesting facts, but the main focus of the tour is the culinary experience.

Should we tip?

Your ticket price cover sserver tips at all restaurants, but if you enjoy your experience tips are welcome for tour guides.

Are alcoholic beverages included?

Yes. Wine, beer and/or cocktails will be provided at some locations for those 21 and older with a valid ID. Water will be available at most stops. Bottled water is not provided in between stops, so you may choose to bring your own in case you get thirsty.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

There is no minimum age to participate in the tour. However, anyone wishing to enjoy alcoholic beverages must be 21 years of age or older with a valid ID.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

PARKING: Street parking is time limited so we recommend that you park in one of the public lots or parking garages. There is a parking garage approximately two blocks from our meeting location, Downtown East Garage, on Washington and Tyler Streets between E Franklin St. and del Monte Ave. (all day parking $7) and also a parking lot adjacent to Fisherman’s Wharf (rates range from $1.50 per hour/$10 maximum to $2 per hour/$15 maximum). These are both perfect places to park close to our meeting location.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Contact Monterey Bay Food Tours

email: montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com

phone: 831-204-2211

What’s the refund policy?

No refunds will be issued. Re-scheduling may be accommodated on a case by case basis. Full-priced tickets must be purchased in advanced for all those 4 and older attending even if they will not be tasting. Participants under 4 may attend, but will not receive food tastings unless a ticket is purchased.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, please go green and show your ticket on your mobile device or give the guide your name when you arrive.

Can I update my registration information?

Your answer goes here

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

Yes, your ticket is transferrable. If you need to change the date of your ticket, please contact Monterey Bay Food Tours at montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com or 831-204-2211.

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?

Yes

Jun
16
Sun
Old Monterey Walking Food Tour @ Monterey
Jun 16 @ 11:00 am

Follow a delicious trail of local treats through historic Monterey on a small-group food tour that includes plenty of tastings for a full lunch. Committing to lunch at a single restaurant means missing out on the diverse cuisines that make Monterey food so interesting; try a little bit of everything as you go from neighborhood restaurants to frozen treats and California wine, learning about Monterey history along the way.

What to expect:

Meet your guide at the Historic Custom House and embark upon your epicurean exploration of Monterey. Stops may include a step back in time as small bites are enjoyed in a historic setting. Venture to Alvarado Street and the hidden gems of downtown Monterey’s back streets where locals dine. Enjoy dishes from traditional Indian or Greek cuisine to local cider and pasta in a gastropub to deep dish pizza. Next, visit an artisan ice cream shop, sample handcrafted Ice cream while visiting the kitchen. Continue past many historic buildings in Monterey including a couple of California’s firsts. Finally, sip local wine and savor delicious local cheese in Old Monterey’s first winemaker tasting room or while you browse the art of 30 local artists. Bid your guide and group farewell but feel free to remain in the gallery or tasting room after the tour concludes.

FAQs

What is a walking food tour?

A walking food tour is a great way to visit multiple unique, local eateries to sample restaurant specialties at a leisurely pace, with the convenience of pre-planning and coordination by a local tour guide.

How far will we walk and how long are the tours?

Tours range from 1-2 miles and last approximately 3 hours.

Is the tour recommended for children?

Monterey Bay Food Tours leaves the decision to bring children up to the parents, but no special accommodations are made to include special menus or pricing. The tour is designed for people who have an appreciation for food. While we realize that many children may have a more limited palate, there are children who would enjoy the tour.

How many restaurants will we visit?

We generally visit 5-6 restaurants and eateries.

Does the tour include history?

The tour guide will highlight some historical and interesting facts, but the main focus of the tour is the culinary experience.

Should we tip?

Your ticket price cover sserver tips at all restaurants, but if you enjoy your experience tips are welcome for tour guides.

Are alcoholic beverages included?

Yes. Wine, beer and/or cocktails will be provided at some locations for those 21 and older with a valid ID. Water will be available at most stops. Bottled water is not provided in between stops, so you may choose to bring your own in case you get thirsty.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

There is no minimum age to participate in the tour. However, anyone wishing to enjoy alcoholic beverages must be 21 years of age or older with a valid ID.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

PARKING: Street parking is time limited so we recommend that you park in one of the public lots or parking garages. There is a parking garage approximately two blocks from our meeting location, Downtown East Garage, on Washington and Tyler Streets between E Franklin St. and del Monte Ave. (all day parking $7) and also a parking lot adjacent to Fisherman’s Wharf (rates range from $1.50 per hour/$10 maximum to $2 per hour/$15 maximum). These are both perfect places to park close to our meeting location.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Contact Monterey Bay Food Tours

email: montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com

phone: 831-204-2211

What’s the refund policy?

No refunds will be issued. Re-scheduling may be accommodated on a case by case basis. Full-priced tickets must be purchased in advanced for all those 4 and older attending even if they will not be tasting. Participants under 4 may attend, but will not receive food tastings unless a ticket is purchased.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, please go green and show your ticket on your mobile device or give the guide your name when you arrive.

Can I update my registration information?

Your answer goes here

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

Yes, your ticket is transferrable. If you need to change the date of your ticket, please contact Monterey Bay Food Tours at montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com or 831-204-2211.

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?

Yes

Jun
18
Tue
Save the Date: DroneCamp 2019 @ Monterey County
Jun 18 @ 8:00 am – Jun 20 @ 9:00 am

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IGIS is pleased to be partnering with the Monterey Bay DART Nonprofit Organization to offer our third annual DroneCamp! This three-day intensive workshop covers everything you need to know to use drones for mapping, research, and land management, including:

  • Technology – the different types of drone and sensor hardware, costs and applications
  • Drone science – principles of photogrammetry and remote sensing
  • Safety and regulations – learn to fly safely and legally, including tips on getting your FAA Part 107 Remote Pilot Certificate
  • Mission planning – flight planning tools and principles for specific mission objectives
  • Flight operations – hands-on practice with both manual and programmed flights
  • Data processing – processing drone data into orthomosaics and 3D digital surface models; assessing quality control
  • Data analysis – techniques for analyzing drone data in GIS and remote sensing software
  • Visualization – create 3D models of your data
  • Latest trends – hear about new and upcoming developments in drone technology, data processing, and regulations

Monterey Bay DART Meetup @ UCMBEST
Jun 18 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The 3rd Monterey Bay DART Meetup is scheduled for 5-8pm Tuesday April 16 @ UCMBEST. This meetup will focus on agriculture and natural resource management applications. Presenter details to follow.

Jun
20
Thu
Old Monterey Walking Food Tour @ Monterey
Jun 20 @ 11:00 am

Follow a delicious trail of local treats through historic Monterey on a small-group food tour that includes plenty of tastings for a full lunch. Committing to lunch at a single restaurant means missing out on the diverse cuisines that make Monterey food so interesting; try a little bit of everything as you go from neighborhood restaurants to frozen treats and California wine, learning about Monterey history along the way.

What to expect:

Meet your guide at the Historic Custom House and embark upon your epicurean exploration of Monterey. Stops may include a step back in time as small bites are enjoyed in a historic setting. Venture to Alvarado Street and the hidden gems of downtown Monterey’s back streets where locals dine. Enjoy dishes from traditional Indian or Greek cuisine to local cider and pasta in a gastropub to deep dish pizza. Next, visit an artisan ice cream shop, sample handcrafted Ice cream while visiting the kitchen. Continue past many historic buildings in Monterey including a couple of California’s firsts. Finally, sip local wine and savor delicious local cheese in Old Monterey’s first winemaker tasting room or while you browse the art of 30 local artists. Bid your guide and group farewell but feel free to remain in the gallery or tasting room after the tour concludes.

FAQs

What is a walking food tour?

A walking food tour is a great way to visit multiple unique, local eateries to sample restaurant specialties at a leisurely pace, with the convenience of pre-planning and coordination by a local tour guide.

How far will we walk and how long are the tours?

Tours range from 1-2 miles and last approximately 3 hours.

Is the tour recommended for children?

Monterey Bay Food Tours leaves the decision to bring children up to the parents, but no special accommodations are made to include special menus or pricing. The tour is designed for people who have an appreciation for food. While we realize that many children may have a more limited palate, there are children who would enjoy the tour.

How many restaurants will we visit?

We generally visit 5-6 restaurants and eateries.

Does the tour include history?

The tour guide will highlight some historical and interesting facts, but the main focus of the tour is the culinary experience.

Should we tip?

Your ticket price cover sserver tips at all restaurants, but if you enjoy your experience tips are welcome for tour guides.

Are alcoholic beverages included?

Yes. Wine, beer and/or cocktails will be provided at some locations for those 21 and older with a valid ID. Water will be available at most stops. Bottled water is not provided in between stops, so you may choose to bring your own in case you get thirsty.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

There is no minimum age to participate in the tour. However, anyone wishing to enjoy alcoholic beverages must be 21 years of age or older with a valid ID.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

PARKING: Street parking is time limited so we recommend that you park in one of the public lots or parking garages. There is a parking garage approximately two blocks from our meeting location, Downtown East Garage, on Washington and Tyler Streets between E Franklin St. and del Monte Ave. (all day parking $7) and also a parking lot adjacent to Fisherman’s Wharf (rates range from $1.50 per hour/$10 maximum to $2 per hour/$15 maximum). These are both perfect places to park close to our meeting location.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Contact Monterey Bay Food Tours

email: montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com

phone: 831-204-2211

What’s the refund policy?

No refunds will be issued. Re-scheduling may be accommodated on a case by case basis. Full-priced tickets must be purchased in advanced for all those 4 and older attending even if they will not be tasting. Participants under 4 may attend, but will not receive food tastings unless a ticket is purchased.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, please go green and show your ticket on your mobile device or give the guide your name when you arrive.

Can I update my registration information?

Your answer goes here

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

Yes, your ticket is transferrable. If you need to change the date of your ticket, please contact Monterey Bay Food Tours at montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com or 831-204-2211.

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?

Yes

Jun
21
Fri
Monterey Bay DART Symposium @ Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel and Spa on Del Monte Golf Course
Jun 21 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

 

This one-day Symposium will further elevate local, regional, state and national awareness about the Monterey Bay region as a home for Drone, Automation & Robotics, Technology (DART) innovation. The Symposium will bring together industry, academic, and government thought and practice leaders to explore related topics. The outline for the day includes a series of keynote speakers bringing leading edge insight into industry, regulatory and education directions, and the potential for them to thrive in our region. Following lunch, a series of panel discussion will explore topics in more detail including: Education, Airspace & Facilities, Investing, Regulatory & Management, and Application areas in Agriculture, Marine Science, Homeland Security, and more. This content and speakers will be updated as planning for the Symposium progresses.

Jun
23
Sun
Old Monterey Walking Food Tour @ Monterey
Jun 23 @ 11:00 am

Follow a delicious trail of local treats through historic Monterey on a small-group food tour that includes plenty of tastings for a full lunch. Committing to lunch at a single restaurant means missing out on the diverse cuisines that make Monterey food so interesting; try a little bit of everything as you go from neighborhood restaurants to frozen treats and California wine, learning about Monterey history along the way.

What to expect:

Meet your guide at the Historic Custom House and embark upon your epicurean exploration of Monterey. Stops may include a step back in time as small bites are enjoyed in a historic setting. Venture to Alvarado Street and the hidden gems of downtown Monterey’s back streets where locals dine. Enjoy dishes from traditional Indian or Greek cuisine to local cider and pasta in a gastropub to deep dish pizza. Next, visit an artisan ice cream shop, sample handcrafted Ice cream while visiting the kitchen. Continue past many historic buildings in Monterey including a couple of California’s firsts. Finally, sip local wine and savor delicious local cheese in Old Monterey’s first winemaker tasting room or while you browse the art of 30 local artists. Bid your guide and group farewell but feel free to remain in the gallery or tasting room after the tour concludes.

FAQs

What is a walking food tour?

A walking food tour is a great way to visit multiple unique, local eateries to sample restaurant specialties at a leisurely pace, with the convenience of pre-planning and coordination by a local tour guide.

How far will we walk and how long are the tours?

Tours range from 1-2 miles and last approximately 3 hours.

Is the tour recommended for children?

Monterey Bay Food Tours leaves the decision to bring children up to the parents, but no special accommodations are made to include special menus or pricing. The tour is designed for people who have an appreciation for food. While we realize that many children may have a more limited palate, there are children who would enjoy the tour.

How many restaurants will we visit?

We generally visit 5-6 restaurants and eateries.

Does the tour include history?

The tour guide will highlight some historical and interesting facts, but the main focus of the tour is the culinary experience.

Should we tip?

Your ticket price cover sserver tips at all restaurants, but if you enjoy your experience tips are welcome for tour guides.

Are alcoholic beverages included?

Yes. Wine, beer and/or cocktails will be provided at some locations for those 21 and older with a valid ID. Water will be available at most stops. Bottled water is not provided in between stops, so you may choose to bring your own in case you get thirsty.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

There is no minimum age to participate in the tour. However, anyone wishing to enjoy alcoholic beverages must be 21 years of age or older with a valid ID.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

PARKING: Street parking is time limited so we recommend that you park in one of the public lots or parking garages. There is a parking garage approximately two blocks from our meeting location, Downtown East Garage, on Washington and Tyler Streets between E Franklin St. and del Monte Ave. (all day parking $7) and also a parking lot adjacent to Fisherman’s Wharf (rates range from $1.50 per hour/$10 maximum to $2 per hour/$15 maximum). These are both perfect places to park close to our meeting location.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Contact Monterey Bay Food Tours

email: montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com

phone: 831-204-2211

What’s the refund policy?

No refunds will be issued. Re-scheduling may be accommodated on a case by case basis. Full-priced tickets must be purchased in advanced for all those 4 and older attending even if they will not be tasting. Participants under 4 may attend, but will not receive food tastings unless a ticket is purchased.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, please go green and show your ticket on your mobile device or give the guide your name when you arrive.

Can I update my registration information?

Your answer goes here

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

Yes, your ticket is transferrable. If you need to change the date of your ticket, please contact Monterey Bay Food Tours at montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com or 831-204-2211.

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?

Yes

Jun
27
Thu
Old Monterey Walking Food Tour @ Monterey
Jun 27 @ 11:00 am

Follow a delicious trail of local treats through historic Monterey on a small-group food tour that includes plenty of tastings for a full lunch. Committing to lunch at a single restaurant means missing out on the diverse cuisines that make Monterey food so interesting; try a little bit of everything as you go from neighborhood restaurants to frozen treats and California wine, learning about Monterey history along the way.

What to expect:

Meet your guide at the Historic Custom House and embark upon your epicurean exploration of Monterey. Stops may include a step back in time as small bites are enjoyed in a historic setting. Venture to Alvarado Street and the hidden gems of downtown Monterey’s back streets where locals dine. Enjoy dishes from traditional Indian or Greek cuisine to local cider and pasta in a gastropub to deep dish pizza. Next, visit an artisan ice cream shop, sample handcrafted Ice cream while visiting the kitchen. Continue past many historic buildings in Monterey including a couple of California’s firsts. Finally, sip local wine and savor delicious local cheese in Old Monterey’s first winemaker tasting room or while you browse the art of 30 local artists. Bid your guide and group farewell but feel free to remain in the gallery or tasting room after the tour concludes.

FAQs

What is a walking food tour?

A walking food tour is a great way to visit multiple unique, local eateries to sample restaurant specialties at a leisurely pace, with the convenience of pre-planning and coordination by a local tour guide.

How far will we walk and how long are the tours?

Tours range from 1-2 miles and last approximately 3 hours.

Is the tour recommended for children?

Monterey Bay Food Tours leaves the decision to bring children up to the parents, but no special accommodations are made to include special menus or pricing. The tour is designed for people who have an appreciation for food. While we realize that many children may have a more limited palate, there are children who would enjoy the tour.

How many restaurants will we visit?

We generally visit 5-6 restaurants and eateries.

Does the tour include history?

The tour guide will highlight some historical and interesting facts, but the main focus of the tour is the culinary experience.

Should we tip?

Your ticket price cover sserver tips at all restaurants, but if you enjoy your experience tips are welcome for tour guides.

Are alcoholic beverages included?

Yes. Wine, beer and/or cocktails will be provided at some locations for those 21 and older with a valid ID. Water will be available at most stops. Bottled water is not provided in between stops, so you may choose to bring your own in case you get thirsty.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

There is no minimum age to participate in the tour. However, anyone wishing to enjoy alcoholic beverages must be 21 years of age or older with a valid ID.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

PARKING: Street parking is time limited so we recommend that you park in one of the public lots or parking garages. There is a parking garage approximately two blocks from our meeting location, Downtown East Garage, on Washington and Tyler Streets between E Franklin St. and del Monte Ave. (all day parking $7) and also a parking lot adjacent to Fisherman’s Wharf (rates range from $1.50 per hour/$10 maximum to $2 per hour/$15 maximum). These are both perfect places to park close to our meeting location.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Contact Monterey Bay Food Tours

email: montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com

phone: 831-204-2211

What’s the refund policy?

No refunds will be issued. Re-scheduling may be accommodated on a case by case basis. Full-priced tickets must be purchased in advanced for all those 4 and older attending even if they will not be tasting. Participants under 4 may attend, but will not receive food tastings unless a ticket is purchased.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, please go green and show your ticket on your mobile device or give the guide your name when you arrive.

Can I update my registration information?

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Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

Yes, your ticket is transferrable. If you need to change the date of your ticket, please contact Monterey Bay Food Tours at montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com or 831-204-2211.

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?

Yes

Dec
7
Sat
26th Annual Stillwell’s Fun in the Park @ Caledonia Park
Dec 7 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

26th Annual Stillwell's Fun in the Park

Caledonia Park in downtown PG behind the Post Office will be the site of a huge holiday party.  Lots of wintry fun for all! Featuring Santa’s arrival on a shiny PG fire truck, Frosty the Snowman, Snow Queen, hayrides, petting zoo & lots of entertainment. The hours are from 10:00am- 4:00pm. More information: 831-373-3304 or www.pacificgrove.org