'Burgh Bits and Bites Food Tour

'Burgh Bits and Bites Food Tour
  • Hours: Call for reservations or visit website
  • Pittsburgh, PA
  • Phone: 412-901-7150
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Connecting people to communities through food. ‘Burgh Bits and Bites Food Tour is a food tasting adventure and historic walking tour of Pittsburgh neighborhoods.

Enjoy a historic narrative of the area along with a sampling of cuisine from some of Pittsburgh's best small local businesses and eateries.

Tours available in the Strip District-Pittsburgh's historic market district, Lawrenceville, Brookline, South Side. and Saxonburg located in Butler County.

Whether you are visiting from out of town or a native of the Pittsburgh area, our goal is to make your tour an enriching, educational, and most of all - a delightful, tasty adventure!

  • PGH Commitment

Our Commitment:

  • The health and safety of our visitors and residents will always remain our top priorities
  • Our health and safety guidelines follow the directives of the Pennsylvania and Allegheny County Health Departments, as well as the City of Pittsburgh. 
  • We will serve as a reputable resource for the Pittsburgh tourism community.
  • We will provide you with the most up-to-date information and guidelines so you can confidently move about Pittsburgh.
  • We always will look out for your best interest. You have our word.

Here at Burgh Bits and Bites, the health and safety of our guests and community members is our top priority. We have been following the guidance of the CDC, WHO, and our Pennsylvania State leadership. We are implementing new safety measures and following the requirements of the businesses we visit. Our group sizes are smaller, guides will have hand sanitizer with them at all times and masks are required to participate. We want to ensure that everyone has a safe and enjoyable tour experience.

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  • Employee Health Screening
  • Encouraged use of Masks by Guests
  • Enforced Social Distancing
  • Enhanced Cleaning/Disinfecting Procedures
  • Mandatory Mask Usage by Employees
  • Sanitization Stations
  • Sneeze Guards or Other Barriers