A new tour from Eat Like a Local, Mexico City Foodie Immersion, takes travelers on a journey through authentic Mexican cuisine with stops at both street food stalls and modern restaurants. The local-led tours are 4.5 hours long and start at $99 per person, suitable for vegans and other specialty diets.
You start off on an exploration of Mexico City’s coffee culture with a coffee in hand. Then, guests go on to uncover the best of the best in street food at traditional markets. You might even get lucky enough to enjoy a home-cooked meal before trying the latest and greatest in Mexico City’s cocktail scene. Sample tastings of all kinds of culinary delights, from candies to produce.
Some of the stand-out vegan options on the tour’s menu include tacos filled with potatoes, cactus and avocado; corn masa stuffed with beans topped with salsa and fried onions; jícama candy; grilled corn with lime and chili powder; squash blossom quesadillas; and vegan peanut butter cookies.
An accompanying tour that’s vegetarian-friendly, if not vegan-friendly, is the Street Food at Night and Hidden Neighborhoods tour. Therein, travelers sample street corn, Oaxacan cheese, fermented pineapple juice and churros stuffed with caramel. The Street Food at Night and Hidden Neighborhoods tour is 3.5 hours long and starts at $110 per person.
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