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Alberta Food Tours

Food Tours in Alberta, Canada

Eat, Engage and Explore Alberta With Us

Play: Alberta Food Finder Game

Book: Eat the Castle at the Fairmont Banff Springs Tour

Shop: Eat Alberta First Store

Gift: an Experience

Alberta Food Finder Gameplay App

  • Duration: 2 hours with no stops (but we highly recommend taking time to stop to shop and eat along the way)
  • Walking Distance: About 1.5 km – an easy, flat walk
  • Group size: Groups of one to six gamers can play Alberta Food Finder on one device OR you can have several teams playing on several devices as a group challenge
  • Suggested game times to capture the most businesses open: Tuesday to  Saturday noon to 5pm
  • Cost: $45/team
  • Inclusions: Small food samples and discounts at several of our great business partners.

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Custom Food Tours

Looking for a more unique experience?  If your group has more than 6 guests, book a private tour.

Together we’ll create a flexible experience according to your interests. Our custom tours are a great way to celebrate special occasions or reward your team!

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About Alberta Food Tours

Eat like an insider! That the promise of Alberta Food Tours, Inc. Since 2006, we are  Alberta’s premiere food experience creator. Try our self-guided games on our Alberta Food Finder app, join small group guided or book a private tour. You’ll enjoy tasting Alberta’s signature foods while we share stories about art, architecture and history. Book an experience with us online.

Our Eat Alberta First Blog

Our Eat Alberta First blog is here so we can share Alberta’s hidden gems, road trip ideas and our lists of best eateries, watering holes and fun things to do across the province.

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TripAdvisor's #1 Food & Drink Tours in Alberta

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Such an enjoyable experience!

My wife and our adult son attended the Sunday Brunch & Farmers Market tour this past Sunday. The lunch and tour were excellent. Your guide Lisa was very informative and lots of fun. We will definitely consider taking another tour with Alberta Food Tours next summer.

– Allan O. | TripAdvisor
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Savoring 17th Ave!

What a great food tour. We loved the different cuisine and learning the history of 17th Avenue. It was our first time in Calgary, and it is a great introduction to the food scene. Our guide Nicole was excellent: knowledgeable, friendly and enthusiastic. We highly recommend this tour to new (and repeat) visitors to Calgary. Well done!

– Denis D. | TripAdvisor
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Lots and lots of food on Inglewood

We didn't expect a 3 course sit-down lunch and then five stops, each with different tastes. Show up hungry! The guide was very knowledgeable about the food scene in Calgary and made a number of great recommendations for us. Alberta Food Tours did a great job designing this tour and working with local merchants.

– Jeff I. | TripAdvisor
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Fantastic way to explore Edmonton!

A great afternoon visiting restaurants in Downtown Edmonton. The best part was learning about their business, how they got started and why they were committed to Alberta food! Howard, our guide, was enthusiastic and well informed. I recommend this to visitors to Edmonton and to Edmontonians! It was well worth it!

– Marilyn N. | TripAdvisor
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Best food tour in Banff!

Kerry was our tour guide for Eat the Castle and we couldn’t imagine anyone better! She gave us great history of the hotel, told us all about the amazing food, and introduced us to the awesome chefs! You truly feel as though you’re with an old friend throughout the tour. The food is AMAZING!

– Denise M. | TripAdvisor
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Best castle food tour

Kerry was our tour guide for eat the castle and we couldn’t imagine anyone better! She gave us great history of the hotel, told us all about the amazing food, and introduced us to the awesome chefs! You truly feel as though you’re with an old friend throughout the tour.

– Denise M. | TripAdvisor
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Excellent Canmore food tour

Every now and then it's fun to be a tourist in your own town. The Canmore walking tour is an excellent way to try new restaurants or visit some you have forgotten about. Very informative also, I learned a thing or two and I've lived in Canmore for a long time.

– Lyle A. | TripAdvisor
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