Best of the Latin Quarter food tour
Wednesday, July 4, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM (CEST)
About this neighborhood: Throughout its long history, the Latin Quarter has hosted the city's most prestigious educational institutions, along with an eclectic mix of students. More recently, and more in keeping with our gluttonous aims, the area has seen the arrival of prize-winning cheesemongers, chocolate makers and other food artisans.
What we'll taste: We'll start by tasting the incredible baguette made by a tireless promoter of traditional French breadmaking, We'll stick our noses into a selection of cheeses that have been aged and sold by a master fromager and taste our way through a bustling outdoor market and the surrounding artisanal shops. We'll finish on a sweet note by indulging in the creations of our favorite local chocolatiers and pastry shops. Generious tastings at every stop are included in the price.
The Latin Quarter in pictures:
Bikes and bookshops in the Latin Quarter (photo Craig Finlay).
One of the best baguettes in Paris.
Tasting a few of the 500+ cheeses in France.
Brightly colored macarons.
Fresh fish from an outdoor market.
Shopping with the locals at an outdoor market.
The Sorbonne, one of many universities in the Latin Quarter (photo Aleksandr Zykov).
Nearby attractions: The Pantheon, the Luxembourg Gardens, The Cluny (Middle Ages) Museum, Notre Dame, Sainte-Chapelle, Shakespeare & Co. Bookstore
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A refund of 75% is available for those who need to cancel with at least 24 hours advance notice. For those who cancel with less than 24 hours notice, only the unspent tasting fee will be refunded. Our Tasting Tours run rain or shine. Clients who arrive more than 20 minutes late without calling or not at all (no-shows) will be treated as cancellations with less than 24 hours notice.
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Paris by Mouth
Paris by Mouth is "the definitive blog on the city's food and wine scene," according to The Wall Street Journal.
In addition to writing, our contributors also lead tasting tours through some of the best food neighborhoods and shops in town.
We hope to break bread with you soon!