While many restaurants and venues are shut down, your clients can now sign up for this new socially-distant food tour while visiting Las Vegas. Finger Licking Foodie Tours is announcing a new, unique, private, and socially distanced culinary experience through one of Las Vegas’ most uncharted and eclectic neighborhoods, Chinatown/Spring Mountain Road.
This self-guided tour of Vegas’ Chinatown is private and entirely exclusive to a patron’s invited party. It offers guests a close look at a neighborhood that’s grown so increasingly diverse with restaurants and businesses reflecting cultures from around the globe, that it’s now better known as Spring Mountain Road.
With a minimum of two guests required, this 2.5-hour tour spotlights three of the area’s hottest and most creative chef-driven restaurants. With fewer tables at restaurants now and higher demand for them, this tour guarantees guests a prime seat along with three signature dishes at every venue visited, including dessert at the last stop.
Designed for the optimum health and safety of visitors, the tour also comes complete with a detailed itinerary, a prepaid and prearranged 4-minute Uber ride between the first and second restaurants, and an innovative virtual tour guide that not only helps guests make their way easily from one place to another, but shares information along the way.
Chinatown’s nondescript strip malls hide a wide array of 150 restaurants—everything from kitschy bars and hole-in-the-wall finds to destination dining helmed by some of the finest international chefs—that can be challenging for newcomers to sift through on their own.
Finger Licking Foodie Tours takes the work out of that by focusing on three of the neighborhood’s most acclaimed restaurants: EDO Tapas, where chef-wwner Oscar Amador Edo fuses traditional and global ingredients with modernist techniques to create one-of-a-kind small plates in an atmosphere that evokes the lively streets of Barcelona; Lamaii, where chef-owner Bank Atcharawan puts a creative spin on classic Thai cuisine that’s served in elegant surroundings of tufted banquettes and graceful lotus flower sculptures; and Sparrow + Wolf, where Chef Brian Howard melds Asian, Mediterranean and Latin American flavors cohesively in an offbeat setting influenced by the culturally diverse neighborhood.
This $125 tour offers the flexibility of booking on the half hour anytime between 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. An optional beverage package, which features a pre-selected signature cocktail at each stop, is available for an additional $50 per person.
This tour is not only the perfect introduction to a neighborhood, but also allows plenty of time afterward for an even deeper dive by guests who want to explore further on their own.
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