Note: we’ve stopped taking applications for this season. Merci! Are you a French food fanatic? Would you like to be handsomely paid for sharing your passion with hungry visitors? We’re looking for guides to join us in leading small-group food tours in English.
There’s a reason why our food tours have been celebrated by The New York Times (twice!), and knowledgable foodies like David Lebovitz and Ruth Reichl: we keep our group sizes tiny, we spend generously at the best shops in town, and we only work with expert guides who have devoted their lives
About this workshop If you’ve ever wondered why there are more than 500 different cheeses in France, how different cheeses are produced (what accounts for their texture, color, and smell?), why French cheesemakers use raw unpasteurized milk in their cheese, what the impact of seasonality
About this tour 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, sweet
About this tour Throughout its long history, the Marais has been home to successive waves of aristocrats, immigrants, artists, and hipsters. The northern section of this quarter is now exploding with art galleries, independent fashion boutiques, and cool new eateries. What we’ll taste We’ll start
About this tour Saint-Germain is a destination for visitors from all around the world who come to shop and (most importantly) to eat. For this tour, we’ll be exploring some of the tiniest and most special food shops in this gastronomically-gifted neighborhood. What we’ll taste
About this tour This fantastic tour moves between both the Latin Quarter Saint-Germain, exploring a boulangerie that revitalized French baking, one of the most exhilarating & expensive fromageries in the city, and many incredible sweets. We’ll sample all this, plus some delicious charcuterie, at a hidden treasure of a wine shop.
Our clients, after we bribe them with cheese and chocolate, really seem to love us. Here’s what some recent guests, including Ruth freaking Reichl, have said about our new food tours.
While our stops and samples change with every tour (you’re not guaranteed to taste what’s pictured below), there’s always something delicious and photo-worthy. Here are some recently snapped tastes to share from our food & wine tours in Paris. Goat cheese, while it’s still in season, Taste
Morning in the Aligre Market Neighborhood About this neighborhood: A few blocks east of the Bastille, the Aligre market and its surrounding streets mark one of the city’s most bustling neighborhoods. The area hosts a huge number of celebrated chefs and wine bars catering to
The most frequently asked questions about our food tours, all answered for you.
All about our prices for both small group and private tours.