Lip Smacking Foodie Tours: Exploring Vegas One Dish at a Time

Immediate seating and VIP service on any foodie tour

Lip Smacking Foodie Tours, founded by Las Vas restaurant industry professionals, has introduced its new series of tours to find the best dishes, and most unique preparations and exciting tastings that Las Vegas has to offer.


Afternoon Culinary Adventures: A 2 ½ hour tasting starting at 2:30 p.m. This afternoon stroll of eating and exploring leaves optimal time for other events at night time. The tour includes four stops sure to satisfy every palate. 

Savors of the Strip:  A three-hour evening tour starting at 6 p.m. This event brings guests inside the doors of five of Vegas’ most dynamic restaurants. Here, guests will enjoy adventurous and luxurious fare.

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Downtown Lip Smacking Tour: A lively and informative outing that starts at 5 p.m. and runs for two ½ hours. Guests will enjoy exploring downtown’s most magnetic, chef-driven restaurants that all offer farm-to-table, seasonally focused, artisan-crafted fare. 

Lip Smacking Boozy Brunch: This 2 ½ hour tour is offered Saturdays and Sundays at 10:30 a.m. and offers the finest sweets and savories, uplifting cocktails and mocktails. 

Savory Bites & Neon Lights: The five-hour tour gives guests a VIP gourmet experience at Vegas’ five most distinguished restaurants before taking a helicopter tour over the Las Vegas Strip. 

Lip Smacking Food tour groups can include up to 75 people who receive priority seating. Guests will enjoy three to four signature dishes at every restaurant and a guided walking tour between stops packed with information on Las Vegas and all of the accompanying sites along the way.


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