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Lip Smacking Foodie Tours Owner Introduces Self-Guided Finger Licking Foodie Tours For Changing Times

Lip Smacking Foodie Tours Owner Introduces Self-Guided Finger Licking Foodie Tours For Changing Times

Donald Contursi, president of award-winning Lip Smacking Foodie Tours, has formally unveiled a new tour company, Finger Licking Foodie Tours, designed to offer a self-guided option more well suited to the current climate of social distancing.

Available immediately, the initial three Finger Licking Foodie Tours includes a new itinerary on Spring Mountain Road (also known as Las Vegas’ Chinatown) alongside more familiar treks through Downtown and the Arts District. 

Finger Licking Foodie Tours

Designed for smaller groups of two to six people (booked together), the 2 ½-3 hour tours allow guests to explore three of each area’s hottest and most creative chef-driven restaurants, with guaranteed seatings and an innovative virtual tour guide offering background and insights about the area. Three signature dishes are presented at every venue visited, including dessert at the last stop (10 dishes total). Dietary limits including plant-based, gluten-free and allergies can all be accommodated. All tours are priced affordably and tour times are flexible, with same-day booking available.  

The Spring Mountain itinerary offers an intimate look inside the diversity that is offered in this rich cultural corridor, featuring the Spanish/Asian inspired EDO tapas & wine, modern Thai flavors of Lamaii and the truly uncategorizable cross-cultural experience of Sparrow + Wolf. A prepaid and prearranged four-minute Uber ride is included in the price.

“With so many other experiences cancelled, closed or curtailed, we wanted to offer something that both visitors and locals could enjoy safely with confidence,” said Contursi, “While still enjoying an unforgettable Vegas experience that supports local businesses.”

Additional self-guided itineraries are expected to be announced soon. 

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