4 Delicious Foodie Experiences for Spring

Beef Brisket Slider at Epcot Flower and Garden Festival (Photo: Walt Disney World News)

Calling all foodies: TicketsatWork.com has cooked up a tasty list of four amazing festivals and tours where delicious food is the star of the show.

1. Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival
Fun is blooming at the 25th annual Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival. The event is once again bursting with brilliant gardens, fresh flavors, interactive playgrounds and rocking entertainment – now through May 28 at Walt Disney World Resort.

The annual event provides a fun-filled exploration for every age and interest, uniting all the best things about spring; it’s the perfect place for nearly every member of the family to dig up their sense of curiosity and discovery. Highlights may include:

  • Outdoor kitchens offering delectable bites and libations
  • Dozens of world-renowned, Disney-themed topiaries
  • Breathtaking garden spaces and wildlife habitats
  • Inspirational exhibits, a “How-To” Garden and engaging tours
  • An outdoor concert series featuring fan-favorite bands
  • And much, much more

TicketsatWork.com offers many excellent ticket packages for Walt Disney World ® Resort, including our Park Hopper specials, covering packages for three, four, six, seven and 10 days. Come and go between the four Disney theme parks each day of your ticket. If you purchase a 4-Day Ticket, you also get the 5th day free!

2. Williamsburg Bites: A Brooklyn Food Tour
Embark on an exciting foodie adventure – right in the heart of Brooklyn.  A unique neighborhood, and one of New York City’s most popular boroughs, Williamsburg is a prime spot for those in search of eclectic culture, art, music and food.

Discover some of the city’s best bars and restaurants scattered throughout the borough, and check out dozens of art galleries and music venues showcase.

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Highlights of the tour include:

  • Step into Williamsburg’s past at a traditional polish bakery (pierogis and pastries)
  • Tasty BBQ at a neighborhood favorite (excellent veggie option)
  • Savor bagel bombs and cereal milk ice cream at Momofuku Milk Bar (owned by celebrity chef, Christina Tosi of Master Chef)
  • Chocolate samples direct from an artisanal Brooklyn chocolate factory (flavors like sea salt, coffee, lavender and more!)

3. East LA Latin Flavors Food & Culture Tour
Moving out west… we turn our gastronomic attention to East Los Angeles, home to rich Latin culture and cuisine. The East LA Latin Flavors Food & Culture Tour provides guests with an inside look at East LA’s Latin culture and culinary scene with stops at a tortilla factory, Mariachi Plaza, and the Mercadito.

Save up to 20% on this exciting tour as you will travel off the beaten path to the Latin-American core of Los Angeles.

Tour highlight include:

  • Visit LA’s first tortilla factory
  • Taste time-honored family recipes
  • Visit a nationally renowned tamale restaurant
  • Visit LA’s first birrieria
  • Hear stories of courageous spirit, community and family loyalty from local merchants
  • Visit a health-conscious pupuseria
  • Visit a modest family bakery known for their famous Tres Lèches Cake

The tour runs Saturdays at 9:00 a.m. and includes eight tasting spots over the 3.5-hour journey.

4. Old Pasadena Walking Food Tour
Extending our foodie journey into southern California, it’s time to explore Old Pasadena. Journey through colorful alleys and secret thru-ways on the Old Pasadena Walking Food Tour.

Happening on weekends from 10:30 am to 2:00 pm, the 3.5-hour tour will bring you to cafes and restaurants specializing in world cuisine (Middle Eastern, South American, Indian, Oaxacan).

Visit TicketsatWork.com today for savings up to 15% for a tour sure to make any foodies’ day.

While on the tour you will also visit:

  • An artisan ice cream shop
  • A tranquil tea bar and shop filled with teas from around the world
  • An exquisite chocolatier
  • A mini-food emporium featuring fine cheeses and other specialties
  • A handmade soap kitchen

Eat your way around the country with TicketsatWork.com – dine, be happy … and save!

– Jeff Hyatt

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