Montrose Food Tour
In the 19th century, Montrose was initially intended to be one of the city's first grand neighborhoods, but different that other wealthy suburbs, as it was to be an accessible one for nearly everyone
The result brought together elegant mansions, modest dwellings, and multi-unit townhomes built on tree-lined streets throughout the neighborhood.
Montrose today boasts a collection of tattoo studios, antique shops, upscale restaurants and bistros, unique boutiques, and vintage clothing stores.
The neighborhood has been a mecca for culinary diversity where indigenous cuisine mixes with more progressive fare, while authentic ethnic enclaves continue to grow in number.
Our Montrose Food Tour combines a cultural, historical, and architectural tour with a progressive meal, held at critically acclaimed local restaurants through the walkable, vibrant neighborhood.
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