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Eat Seattle Launches South Lake Union Tour

Eat Seattle, which offers premium culinary experiences, has expanded its chef-guided food tour offerings beyond Pike Place Market. Now, foodies can experience six stops during a walking tour of the South Lake Union neighborhood.

From hand-rolled sourdough bagels at Rubinstein to Middle Eastern mezze at Mamnoon Street, Eat Seattle’s newest tour offers the chance to explore the heart of Seattle’s tech center and its vibrant street food scene.

The new chef-guided tour has six stops, starting at 1 p.m. on Fridays. (Eat Seattle’s Pike Place Market tour is offered seven says a week.) Eat Seattle’s long-time chef tour guide Eric Olinsky leads the new South Lake Union tour. 

Tickets for the new “Street Food Tour of South Lake Union” are $56.99 and can be reserved at

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