Chinatown Food Tour of San Francisco
Chinatown is a one-of-a-kind San Francisco neighborhood that all have heard of, but few have explored. The first Chinese immigrants - two men and one women - arrived in San Francisco in 1848 on the American brig, Eagle. The vertical villages of Chinatown have hosted waves of immigrants for over 150 years, This is where Sun Yat Sen plotted his revolution, and where Mark Twain dreamed up Tom Sawyer. The Gold Rush made San Francisco's Chinatown the largest Chinatown outside of Asia and today is also the oldest Chinatown in North America. Follow your expert guide through the labyrinthine alleyways of San Francisco's most colorful, mysterious neighborhood, and sample the best culinary treats Chinatown has to offer. From world-renowned dumplings and pork buns to homemade, fresh baked fortune cookies, the Chinatown Food Tour of San Francisco is a delicious and authentic San Francisco adventure you won't soon forget!
Chinatown Food Tour of San Francisco Itinerary
- New Goey Wo Leoy Herb Caen, the elder sage of san francisco newspapermen called this the greatest chinese restaurant in the world!
- Sam Wo Over 100 years old, the famously rude waiters appeared in that famous fable of San Francisco's nearby north beach “The Dharma Bums”
- Nom Wah Tea Parlor Tucked away on the infamous "Bloody Angle" of Chinatown, this historic 1920's tea house is vintage New York at its finest.
- Golden Gate Bakery Homemade, fresh baked fortune cookies fresh out of a Rube Goldberg style oven! Not only are the fortune cookies fresh and crisp, but you can arrange a custom fortune!
- Local Lore Landmarks from these storied streets include gangland hotspots, film locations, railroad and earthquake stories, and much, much more!