Carmel Magazine

Summer 2017

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C armel's abundance of fantastic food shops, wineries and restaurants can be overwhelming to choose from, especially if you have only a few days—and meals—to spend in the one square mile of Carmel-by-the-Sea. Enter Carmel Food Tours. This three-hour guided walk takes you through picturesque streets and courtyards, with seven perfectly paced stops featuring foods so varied yet complimentary, you're sure to leave satisfied, surprised, and with at least one future dinner reservation and some ideas to try at home. The surprises are spectacular, and it's best to attend the tour without knowing too much. But I'll give you just a few hints. You will stop at Carmel's most famous and innovative eateries. You will enjoy diverse locally sourced treats ranging from haute cuisine to premium pub fare. You will indulge in at least one thing you've never tasted. You will be enchanted by your local guide, and she'll have you in stitches—and you'll wonder how you became such fast friends with the strangers you just met. You will become spellbound by chefs and sommeliers who regale you with passionate personal stories and insider information you'll be dying to not share with your friends…so they can experience the magic themselves. Ticket prices depend on tour type. For more information, go to or call 800/656-0713. 64 C A R M E L M A G A Z I N E • S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 0 1 7 A Delicious Exploration with Carmel Food Tour s B Y V A N J A T H O M P S O N Carmel Food Tour co-founder Staci Giovino takes diners into downtown restaurants and wineries for delicious tastings and shares historical details. A new tour offers breakfast. Photo: KelliUldall SHORTCUTS FOOD

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