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Take a step off the beaten path and try some of West Palm Beach’s best eateries on a West Palm Beach Food Tour.

As a child, founder and owner Kristl Story dreamed of being a baker and travel agent. At the age of 50, she turned her passion for food and travel into West Palm Beach Food Tours — now a popular attraction with tours topping national charts.

“Meet award-winning chefs, taste tropical fruits, admire colorful murals, see charming historic homes, explore colorful courtyard cafes and hear entertaining stories about our past,” Story said. “We’ll get your group hooked on food tours.”

Groups will discover not only delicious food and delectable drinks, but soak up history, art and culture while on tour.

Named one of the “Top 10 Tour Experiences in the United States” by Tripadvisor, the Downtown Tour takes groups to six locally-owned restaurants. Enjoy key lime pie and sip on a Prosecco Mojito, then find a hidden tropical courtyard after viewing colorful street art.

Credit: West Palm Beach Food Tours

The Historic Tour emanates an old-school feel, with stops in charming neighborhoods and dessert at an old 1950’s drug store. Groups will also try some of West Palm Beach’s authentic Cuban fare.

“A food tour is truly the best way to experience and taste a city,” Story said. “Every day, guests tell us that we were their first tour and it won’t be their last with West Palm Beach Food Tours.”

Whether desiring the hustle and bustle of the city or the quaintness of budding neighborhoods, West Palm Beach Food Tours is an experience that delights every sense. Tours can accommodate up to 24 to 28 people, depending on the tour. Each tour takes around three hours.

For more information call 561-408-9617 or go to westpalmbeachfoodtour.com.