Hop aboard! If you love to sip, sample and shop, you belong on our Foodie Field Trips.
The fun starts on the bus — or as we call it, our cooking school on wheels. We’ll share tips, tasty morsels, and recipes as we speed toward a delicious destination.
– Saimi Bergmann
– Jennifer Mastroianni
Remember how we looked forward to those rare days during the school year, the days when we left behind daily routines to go on a field trip? Oh, the anticipation, the excitement of climbing aboard the bus to head off on an adventure.
Why should kids have all the fun? Adults need field trips too.
Here’s your chance.
Food writers Jennifer Mastroianni and Saimi Bergmann have designed culinary bus tours called Foodie Field Trips. They’ve done the research and legwork for you, visiting destinations to ferret out the tastiest spots and best-kept secrets. They’ve talked to shop owners and chefs to find local treasures and culinary specialties. They’ve arranged behind the scenes tours and visits with local food experts.
So break out of your routine and climb aboard the bus. We’re going on a field trip!
See you in 2017!!
We are excited to announce we will be launching our fourth season on May 3, 2017. Ticket sales begin Feb. 1. There will be two new exciting tours, as well as these flagship tours:
WEST SIDE MARKET & OHIO CITY: A full day exploring the West Side Market and the bustling, trendy neighborhood surrounding it. Includes behind-the-scenes tours, two small lunches, and plenty of opportunities to “sip, sample and shop.”
WEST SIDE MARKET & TREMONT: This tour also starts at the West Side Market, then moves to trendy Tremont and historic Slavic Village. Nine stops, including a chocolatier, a wine shop and a Polish deli.
WEST SIDE MARKET & LITTLE ITALY: Enjoy the West Side Market, then an Italian-themed day, with nine stops, including visits to a cultural garden, historic pizzaria, two Italian bakeries and wine shop.
WINE TIME in TUSCARAWAS: A full day exploring the wineries tucked into the rolling hills of Tuscarawas County. Includes talks from wineries owners, and a lunch stop at a locally owned cafe.
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