Announcing Talbot County Weekly Foodie Tours

Hungry for a taste of the Eastern Shore’s finest dining establishments but don’t know where to start? Looking to entertain guests while they visit the Shore? Now you can join a walking food tour and experience Easton and St. Michael’s one taste and sip at a time.

EatingEaston and EatingSt. Michaels was created by local businessman and entrepreneur, Bill Bernard, who fell in love with the idea of blending culture, food, history, and adventure as a way to experience the wonders of the unique towns and communities of the beautiful Eastern Shore of Maryland.

“My wife, Kathy, and I discovered food tours while visiting San Diego a few years ago. Not only is it interesting to learn about history and folklore from locals, it’s a great way to sample some terrific cuisine while having a one-on-one with the various chefs. Our towns and communities are perfect venues for food tours drawing tourists and locals alike.”

Each three hour tour is led by experienced tour guides who are history and food buffs. A minimum of four restaurants along the way will welcome the group and provide a taste and a sip of their signature dishes and drinks. A local culinary specialty store will offer tastings as well.
Lace up your walking shoes and prepare to sample some of the the Eastern Shore’s “Best food on foot.”

For more information visit www.eatingeaston.com or call 410-635-4130

Weekly Food Tours Coming to Easton June 13th

Hungry for a taste of the Eastern Shore’s finest dining establishments but don’t know where to start? Looking to entertain guests while they visit the Shore?

Now you can join a walking food tour and experience Easton and St. Michael’s one taste and sip at a time. EatingEaston and Eating St. Michaels was created by local businessman and entrepreneur, Bill Bernard, who fell in love with the idea of blending culture, food, history, and adventure as a way to experience the wonders of the unique towns and communities of the beautiful Eastern Shore of Maryland.

“My wife, Kathy, and I discovered food tours while traveling to San Diego, New York, and Rehoboth. Not only is it interesting to hear history and folklore from locals, it’s a great way to sample restaurant offerings and then book a reservation. Our towns and communities are perfect venues for food tours drawing tourists and locals alike.”

Each three hour tour is led by experienced tour guides who are history and food buffs. Five restaurants along the way will welcome the group and provide a taste and a sip of their signature cuisines and drinks. A local culinary specialty store will offer tastings as well.

Partnering with friend and fellow foodie, Paul Cullen, and his group at Eating Rehoboth, Bernard will launch weekly tours beginning June 13th in Easton. “St. Michaels will kick off at the end of June and our plan is to expand to Oxford and Cambridge by Fall. Lace up your walking shoes and be prepared to sample the Eastern Shore’s best food on foot.”

For more information visit www.eatingeaston.com or call 410-635-4130.