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Food tours in Honolulu, Hawaii

Honolulu, Hawaii food tours go beyond the essential culinary experience to immerse you in the city’s culture.

During these highly-rated tours, you enjoy delicious food and drinks from Honolulu’s best restaurants and streets with a fun and informative guide leading the way.

Food is a language in its own right, and you don’t have to be a foodie to understand it.

Honolulu city is on the island of Oahu and is Hawaii’s largest city. Honolulu covers an area from the southeast end of Oahu, south of the Ko’olau Mountain Range, to the east end of Pearl Harbor.

That’s why some of the food tours recommended below get referred to as the ‘food tour of Oahu.’ 

This article shares everything you must know before booking your food tour in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Hawaiian Food Tour by Bike

During this bike tour, you’ll get an insider’s perspective on the best local Hawaiian culinary spots. 

Stop at a few restaurants, bars, and cafes for local favorites, bites, and tastes, sampling food at five to six various stops. 

At the same time, your guide provides insight into Hawaiian culinary customs. 

During this four to five-hour journey, visit off-the-beaten-path restaurants in the area.


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Sights & Bites Island Tour

Local delicacy of Honolulu

This seven-hour tour is an Appetite for Adventure.

This sightseeing/food combo tour lets travelers view Oahu’s landmarks while sampling local cuisines and favorites.

As you travel with the best tour company in Oahu, the local guide provides history, anecdotes, and fun and interesting facts.


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Private Tour of Beaches and Local Food

Private Tour of Beaches and Local Food in Honolulu

This private excursion for a maximum of five guests circles the island of Oahu. 

Discover the turquoise waves known for surfing, the soft sand beaches, and more than thirty other popular attractions. 

As you explore destinations such as the Dole Plantation, historic Haleiwa town, and different locations made famous by feature films, your guide will provide you with particular attention. 

Learn about the history and culture of Oahu. 

During this six to seven-hour tour, get insider knowledge about the region.

If you prefer something cheaper, check out the small-group Circle Island local food tour.


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Kaka’ako Bar Tour in Honolulu

tourists enjoy drinks on Honolulu food tour

This two-day bar-hopping tour takes you away from the tourist traps and through the excellent Kaka’ako district on a party bike made for fifteen. 

Along the way, you’ll stop at three popular locations for beverages and nibbles.

Bike tour of the Kaka’ako district with a party: this is an excellent introduction. 


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Aloha Plate Food Tour

Food on display during Honolulu food tour

On this tour, you’ll sample some of Oahu’s best and most genuine cuisines.

Learn about Hawaii’s culture and cuisine with Lanai Tabura, winner of Food Network’s “The Great Food Truck Race.” 

Enjoy food sampling in Hawaii Plantation Village, a re-created sugar plantation from the 1900s, and a local poke store that serves fresh Hawaiian seafood.

Try opihi, a unique Hawaiian delicacy; spam musubi, a popular snack and lunch meal; warm malasadas (doughnuts); and more.


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Honolulu’s Beer Lover’s Tour

Beer Lover's Tour in Honolulu

On a two-hour tour in Honolulu, ride a shared bike to various breweries in the colorful Kaka’ako arts and warehouse neighborhood. 

Your guide will take you to a few excellent sites where you may sample craft beers from local pubs and tasting facilities. 

On this enjoyable beer tour in Hawaii, listening to music while pedaling through colorful murals and hearing exciting commentary from your host.


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Hawaii Food Tour – Off The Beaten Path

Hawaii Food Tour - Off The Beaten Path in Honolulu

Visit and sample the many cultures and delicacies that make Hawaii the melting pot of the world on a culinary and cultural adventure walking tour 1.6 km(about 1 mile – 5-8 stops) beyond Oahu’s main tourist attraction. 

On this walking tour, you’ll get a sense of Oahu’s architectural and historic character, as well as a distinct sense of time and place through a wonderfully rich sensory experience. 

From fresh fish and meat markets to new fruit vendors, ethnic and unusual foods, and modern-day fusion restaurants, see, touch, smell, and taste your way around. 

This all-inclusive gastronomic food tour will give you a deeper appreciation of Hawaii’s rich history and multicultural past, influencing local culture, cuisine, and language.


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Tour de Honolulu – Foodie Bike Tour

Foodie Bike Tour in Honolulu

Enjoy the beauty of Hawaii’s outdoors while getting a taste of Honolulu.

Leave Waikiki’s concrete jungle behind and glide along the shoreline surrounded by nature.

Stops include the opening scenes from Gilligan’s Island, the filming location for Hawaii Five-0, Kewalo Harbor, Ward Village, and the Kakaako Murals, as well as food and brew stop. 

Finish with a cup of coffee, tea, or juice of your choice. 

This trip incorporates historical, real estate, and gastronomic commentary.


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Maui Brewery and Dinner Tour

Maui Brewery and Dinner Tour in Honolulu

Maui has a burgeoning craft beer culture, and this small-group trip is the ideal way to learn about the highlights.

With your guide at the first brewery, go for a five tour, tasting flight, and dinner behind the scenes.

Before the night is done, visit two more breweries for more tutored sampling, and you’ll be able to take in the landscape of Maui in-between visits.


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Hawaiian food on a cruise

Hawaiian food on a cruise in Honolulu

You can’t have a Hawaiian vacation and not go on a cruise. 

If money is not a concern, one of the best ways to try out cuisine famous in Honolulu is by going on a Five Star sunset dinner and jazz cruise.

While seated at a comfortable, private table, you will dine on seven different signature courses and sip on premium beverages.

The Three-Star Deluxe Sunset Dinner Cruise also offers local cuisine and live entertainment but at a lower price. 

We recommend the Catamaran Cruise with a Hawaiian meal if you want something with a little more adventure.

If you don’t want dinner, but want to experience the cocktails popular with the locals, try out the Waikiki Sunset Cocktail Cruise.

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