Tours available Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings


Cincinnati has quite the reputation. Enjoy a tasty sightseeing tour as we visit the top 10 must-see landmarks and enjoy the top 5 foods Cincinnati is famous for.  Receive a satisfying lunch, an all day street car pass on a 3 hour tour with a local friendly guide with knowledge of the city.
Please note: Findlay Market is closed on Mondays. Since we are not able to visit Eckerlin's Meats at Findlay Market, we still get to enjoy their famous goetta at Taste of Belgium Bistro instead!

PRICE  $49.00 per adult/ $39.00 children age 6-10.  Children 5 and under free - if sharing parent's tastings

TOUR DAYS  Monday, Wednesday and Friday


DURATION  3 - 3.5 hours depending on streetcar timing

DISTANCE 2 - 2.5 miles total walking. We cover a lot of ground, so wear your walking shoes!


Savor five selected food tastings that Cincinnati is known for.
See the top ten landmarks that Cincinnati is famous for.

Receive a Streetcar Guide and an all day Streetcar pass to extend your sightseeing adventure the rest of the day!


              graeters ice cream       skyline chili    holtmans donuts   


What to Expect from the Cincy Top 10 Food Tour

Visiting Cincinnati?  This budget friendly tour is for you!  Discover the 5 mouth watering dishes that Cincinnati is known for and visit all the must-see sites with a friendly local guide.

How do we do it all? We hop aboard the Cincinnati Streetcar (all day pass included).  When the tour concludes, you have a pass, a streetcar guide and knowledge of the city, so you can explore with confidence!

Since we get an early start, you have the rest of the day to yourself to enjoy.


We begin our tour at the best known waffle restaurant in Cincinnati where we enjoy our first tasting.  Next, take in the view of the Ohio River as we stroll through Smale Riverfront Park. Before our eyes is the iconic Roebling Suspension Bridge.  This bridge was the predecessor of the Brooklyn Bridge and is the most photographed site in Cincinnati.  It’s a beauty!

As we head north two blocks, we are surrounded by the home of the Cincinnati Reds, the first baseball team in America.  On our left, you may hear the rumble of the jungle where the Cincinnati Bengals reside.  As we approach the National Underground Railroad Freedom Museum, there is a piece of history that’s too good to miss.

Next it’s time to hop aboard the sleek new Bell Connector as we head to our second tasting.  This Cincinnati favorite is so popular, that we consume over 2 million pounds a year! 

We need to work up a little appetite, so we stroll to the heart of the city: Fountain Square.  The centerpiece is a public work of art - refreshing to look at and to taste.  What??  Speaking of refreshing, it’s time to cool off with our third treat.  Yes, this is the spot that people make a beeline for as soon as they land at the airport.  It’s that good!

Right across the street is our next site, the beautiful 1920’s French Art Deco Carew Tower.  We’ll stroll inside the arcade to catch a glimpse of famous Rookwood Pottery. Did you know you can ride an elevator to the 49th floor for a view of the entire city? 

One more stop to the Contemporary Art Center.  We’ll get a quick overview and you can return anytime you like because it’s free all day!

Back on the streetcar, we head north to Over the Rhine.  We are crossing into little Germany now and we don’t even need a passport!  OTR, as the locals call it, is jam packed with restaurants, shops and bars.  And it’s the perfect location for our fourth stop.  I hope you like sweets, because these Cincinnati treats are show stoppers.

Next we walk a block west to another beautiful 8 acre park. This park is bordered by the magnificent Music Hall which has a haunted past.

It’s time to catch the streetcar for our final stop at Findlay Market, the oldest urban outdoor market in Ohio.  The market is enticing and full of fragrance and color from the ethnic foods to the beautiful produce and flowers.  You will want to linger all day and since you have an all day streetcar pass, that’s works beautifully.  But we have one more tasting.  You cannot visit Cincinnati without trying goetta.  Never heard of it?  Good, we like surprises!

Our lovely adventure through the Queen City has come to a close. We will happily return you to our starting point or, now that you got the lay of the land, you can continue on your own.  Either way, your local guide will be happy to share additional tips or answer any questions, so you can carry on with confidence!


Our Cincy Top Ten Tour is perfect for families and those visiting Cincinnati for the first time.  This tour is also great for locals entertaining friends and family from out of town and for anyone who wants to experience all that Cincinnati has to offer in a relatively short amount of time!

This is a fast paced tour.  We combine walking (2 - 2.5 miles total) and the Streetcar to explore the city. The streetcar is handicapped accessible and walking between sites is never more than 3 city blocks. Strollers are welcome. Our tastings are generous and enough for lunch.  We sit and dine at one stop.  Due to the fast paced itinerary, the rest of the food is eaten on the go.  Like typical city street food, it’s simple and handy.


All of our tours are focused on making every single person feel like a VIP.  Our tours are limited to 12 guests.  We want everyone to have a personal experience and to be able to hear and ask questions. We take the time to get to know our guests to ensure we are exceeding their expectations.


Ready to join us by treating yourself to some of the best food in town? Our tours fill up fast, so click BUY TICKETS or call 1-800-656-0713 to see available dates and purchase your ticket through EzTix. We look forward to seeing you soon!



When: Monday, Wednesday and Friday 10:00 am - 1:00 pm.  Rain or shine - we still dine.

  What’s Included: All food tastings, guided tour, all day streetcar pass and an entertaining guide for $49.00/adults, $39.00/children age 6-10, children 5 and under free if sharing parent's tastings.

shoeWhat to Wear: Comfortable shoes and casual “weather appropriate” clothing.

map-7 Where: Meet outside Taste of Belgium, 16 West Freedom Way, Cincinnati, OH 45202 MAP IT

car - transparent Driving Directions: The most economical open parking lot is $5.00 for all day at  Paul Brown Stadium - Lot D, West Mehring Way, Cincinnati, OH 45202.

From I-75 traveling either north or south, take exit 1B for I-71 North.  Keep right to continue on Exit 1A, follow signs for Second St/Downtown/Riverfront and merge onto Second St W. Turn right on Elm Street.  Turn left on West Mehring Way.  The parking lot is on your left.  After parking, walk up the steps next to the Anderson Pavilion.  Taste of Belgium is straight ahead.









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