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Off the Eaten Track is a culinary touring company in Victoria that explores unique areas of town. Owners Bonnie and Alexis together come from a background of tourism and the hospitality industry. A culinary tour was the combined idea to get folks traveling with them, exploring hidden areas and learning where the locals eat.

Off the Eaten Track hits areas of town that most other tour companies don’t go to get guests off the beaten path try some of the most delicious hidden gems in town. Here is a look at what you’ll enjoy with the culinary tour.

About Off the Eaten Track

When you take a culinary tour with Off the Eaten Track, you’ll see that all the stops on the tours are small, local businesses. They are Victoria-based companies that serve amazing food and beverage. You’ll feel like you’ve lived here forever eating where the locals go to get a great meal in their own neighbourhoods. These won’t be stops you’d find at a tourist centre.

What to expect

The culinary tours are a fun experience. You’ll have a great time sharing a meal and drink with a fun and energetic tour leader. You’ll meet other food lovers, learn insider tips on the culinary scene in Victoria and explore new neighbourhoods. It’s perfect for those looking to try something new or for somebody new to the area.

Tickets & Tours

There are a few culinary tour options. The first type is the Oak Bay Brunch Tour. Tickets cost $55 for the 2 hour tour. You’ll meet at Discovery Coffee at 1964 Oak Bay Ave. Tours take place on Saturdays where you’ll enjoy some of the best brunch cuisine in town plus take a walking tour through the neighbourhood.

The second option is the Knife & Fort Culinary Tour that takes place on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. From 2:30-4pm you will enjoy 8 tasting samples, shopping on antique row and European delicatessens. The tour is $45 and you’ll meet at The Little Cheese Shop at 1034 Fort Street.

Lastly, you can try the Victoria Craft Beer & Culinary Tour on Wednesdays and Sundays at 2pm to try some of the best brewpubs and sample delicious pub fare. The walking tour is $75 starting at the Black Ball Ferry Terminal at 430 Belleville Street.

Off the Eaten Track is a great way to explore Victoria and learn about local dining options.

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