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What People Are Saying About Our Tours:

 

Jenny Pavlasek, Ohio Magazine -

“Food guru and guide Bethia Woolf of Columbus Food Adventures has mapped out the best ethnic kitchens in the city, and her Saturday morning Alt Eats van tour takes you on an off-the-grid circuit of the tastiest Middle Eastern, Vietnamese and Somali food, among others.” - Full article

Rich Warren, Chicago Tribune -

“Sample the city’s varied cuisine with Columbus Food Adventures” - Full article

Debbi Snook, Cleveland Plain Dealer -

“So I signed up for Bethia Woolf’s Columbus Food Adventures, paid my $45 and spent three hours on her trail through the city’s artsy Short North neighborhood. I’ve been there before, but this time I came out more stuffed, and more impressed, than usual.” - Full article

Kristen Schmidt, Columbus Alive -

“It’s not often we can feel communion with strangers these days. But when it happens, food is so often the vehicle. That might be this tour’s greatest reward ” – Full article

Taylor Swope, Columbus Monthly -

“…a fun opportunity to meet other foodies while enjoying some of the culinary treats Columbus has to offer.” - Full article

Leisure Group Travel -

“Highlights of Columbus’ lively culinary scene are now neatly packaged for visitors by Columbus Food Adventure Tours, just launched by veteran local food blogger Bethia Woolf” – more here

Ivonne Rovira, Hello Columbus -

“Bethia Woolf, Columbus’ premier foodie and food blogger, leads tours like none you’ve encountered. Over three-and-a-half hours, you’ll explore the under-appreciated restaurants in the Short North, the wide variety of Columbus’ ethnic eateries or the aromatic and flavorful offerings of the city’s taco trucks. Woolf will prove that she knows Columbus’ food scene like no one else! ”- more here

‘Under The Table’, Columbus Dispatch -

“I participated in the Alt.Eats version — which explores the north side’s ethnic eateries, and it was a blast. Bethia Woolf is a fantastic and knowledgeable tour guide and a solicitous host. The van accommodations were roomy and comfortable, the tour was well-paced, and believe me, you won’t come away hungry.” – more here

G.A. Benton, Columbus Alive -

“From a popular food blog (hungrywoolf.com) to diner-useful websites (tacotruckscolumbus.com and alteatscolumbus.com), Bethia Woolf has tirelessly chronicled her way through some of the best-tasting and most interesting food experiences in Columbus. Now she’s sharing that hard-won knowledge - and those world-beat flavors – through her personally guided food tours. G.A. says check them out!”

Bob Paschen, CMH Magazine -

“One of the most fun and diverse food experiences I’ve had in Columbus. I went to restaurants in Columbus that I didn’t know existed. The trip was a blast, and the food was amazing. Bethia is a very knowledgeable culinary guide who kept us laughing and introduced us to some amazing cuisine. Highly recommend it.”

Miriam Bowers-Abbott, The Other Paper -

“Guests travel and dine with Woolf, who is a thoroughly charismatic tour guide. She’s armed with a British accent, a brain full of local food information—and a belly full of food experiences.” – Full article

Colleen & Bear Braumoeller, Slow Food Columbus -

“Bethia Woolf is one of the Columbus food scene’s greatest treasures.  As a culinary sleuth, and as a member of the board of Slow Food Columbus, she has been tireless, insightful, and immensely resourceful:  her blogs are one of the city’s most valuable resources.  We have learned a lot from her about the food in our own city.  If you have the opportunity to go on one of her tours, take it.”

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More media links:

Columbus Dispatch on CFA

NBC4i on CFA and street food

This Week on CFA

Wedding Planner on CFA for Bachelorette Parties

The Economic and Development Community Initiative on CFA

Columbus Food Adventures (Cool Columbus)

Columbus Food Adventures Short North Tour (Breakfast With Nick)

Jarsloth Blog – CFA

Columbus Food Adventures – YEEEHA!!!! (Food Hussy)

Columbus Food Adventures Short North Tour (Hounds in the Kitchen)