Mexico City
Off the Beaten track

Mexico City is a sprawling metropolis with more than 2000 colonias (neighborhoods)! You may have heard of some popular ones: Roma, Condesa and Centro Historico. However, we would show you 2 overlooked historic colonias: Santa Maria la Ribera and San Rafael. As we explore these colonias, we will provide insight to historical events, local life and more.

We’ll start by having a hot beverage accompanied with our favourite pastry while chatting and getting familiar with the group.

As we enter San Rafael we’ll taste some street food at one of our favourite stands in the neighborhood while learning about its history and architecture.

We’ll continue on to Santa Maria la Ribera to to see the main monument, and stop at a restaurant to try the most traditional dish from Oaxaca (A southeastern state considered to be the culinary capital of Mexico).

As we continue to explore and hopefully make more space in our stomach; we’ll try an ancestral drink called Pulque, one of the most traditional drinks in Mexico.

Before we say our goodbyes we will sit down for a refreshing michelada (alcoholic beverage), as we chat and share our recommendations for this sprawling metropolis!

ATTENTION
*On Sundays, ask for the menu before you book, as we share food that can only be found on this day and there is not much flexibility in what is being offered.

Explore Mexico City's Hidden Gems with Our Off-the-Beaten-Track Street Food Bike Tour

Mexico City Bike Tour Booking

From Monday to Sunday

9:00 a.m.

5 hours

English

Not vegan, because it is more local.

164 Sonora Avenue, Condesa

8 miles or  13 km

Diversity of Mexican street food

Learn About the City's Rich Culinary Heritage and enjoy the different flavors that Mexican cuisine has to offer.

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MENU:

  • Coffee, Tea or Chocolate
  • Pan Dulce
  • Sope
  • Agua Fresca
  • Tlayudas
  • Tejate
  • Pulque
  • Mezcalita or Michelada

ATTENTION
*On Sundays, ask for the menu before you book, as we share food that can only be found on this day and there is not much flexibility in what is being offered.

You will be supporting  Local Economy

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Smooth Ride

Ride very comfy and safe cruiser bikes with a wide seat and have security equipment available for you, i.e. helmets

A great combination of food, stories and bikes.

Bikers & Foodies in Action

Local stories, tales and details that are not told on conventional tours.

What our guests are saying

Excellent
Based on 337 reviews
Geva Lester
Geva Lester
2024-03-27
This was a fantastic day with Raul. He was very patient and tailored the day to what we wanted and needed. He was also very cautious about bikes and traffic. We loved getting to see the two different neighborhoods, local food and the market. Highly recommend this if you want a chilled day getting to see the area and enjoy the food and sights.
Nami Urano
Nami Urano
2024-03-26
It was a great experience with hilarious guides! I recommend it to my friends:)
Sophie Flanagan
Sophie Flanagan
2024-03-26
A great way to spend the day in Mexico City, the food was all delicious with vegetarian options at all the stops too. Felt so safe cycling around the city with Fernando, who was so knowledgeable on the history of the city and neighbourhoods. Definitely go hungry because you’ll want to try as much as possible. Would highly recommend!
Fiadhnait McDonnell
Fiadhnait McDonnell
2024-03-26
Amazing tour! The tour guides were so lovely and knowledgeable. They brought us to many authentic food places and the food was delicious, the best I’ve had since I arrived in Mexico City! The tour was leisurely and in a small group which meant we had great chats with the guides and learned so much! Highly recommend! Make sure you go hungry 😁
Margaret Spencer
Margaret Spencer
2024-03-24
This is one of the best experiences I’ve ever had while traveling. I work for a food tour operator, so I make a point to do food tours everywhere I travel, and this experience was so amazing. Fernando, Raul, and Paxi made the tour so much fun. It was a perfect balance of city and rest, because we got to go through different parks and see nature. The food was so varied, and I loved the stories they shared about the different stops we did, and I cannot recommend this enough. It was very vegetarian friendly! I hadn’t written a bike in about 10 years, but they made me feel so safe riding through the streets of Mexico City and there were a lot of bike lanes. we even had some kids on our tour Who were able to ride along just fine. It covered 8 miles but over five hours, it wasn’t exhausting at all. If you are considering booking this tour, do it! I did the Mexico is not just tacos, and next time I come back to Mexico City I’ll be doing another tour with them.
Rafael Galvez
Rafael Galvez
2024-03-22
I've taken a ton of tours all over the planet and this might be my favorite. The Foodhoodmx team is professional, friendly, informative, fun, cool to hang out with, and on and on. We got tons of food and drinks. We saw so many places and learned so much. The price is a bargain for the amazing experience. Highly recommended!!!
Julie Wheeler
Julie Wheeler
2024-03-21
We had a terrific food/bike tour with Raol. We highly recommend the Food Hood team and look forward to their other tours on our next visit.. Today’s adventure was a perfect meander through the Roma, Condessa and the Bosque neighborhoods, stopping to hear all sorts of stories and eat fabulous fresh local foods.
Morgan Morrow
Morgan Morrow
2024-03-20
Food hood tour was probably the best we have ever been on. The guides were warm, friendly, and were so kind and accommodating to my children. Come hungry because you will be exposed to the best local cuisine the city has to offer and several local neighborhoods in a relaxing pace on comfortable bikes. Thank you Fernando, Paxi, and Raul ❤️
Katie Heppe
Katie Heppe
2024-03-20
Such a fantastic tour! Mario was so knowledgeable about so many things, not just food. He taught us about the history of the city, current happenings, cultural tips, nuances of the Spanish language within the city, I could go on and on. Another important thing to note is that Food Hood Tours seems to be smaller than other food tours we saw. I'm sure the other ones are great, but it sure is nice to only ride around the city in a group of 4-5. We loved it! Thank you Mario!

FAQ

Most Frequent Questions and Answers

The tour includes Food, Drinks, Bike, Helmet, Guide and Explanation. You just have to come Comfortable, with Energy and very Hungry.

The ride is at a pace that is not too slow but not too fast, because the idea is that we can explore several neighborhoods in a few hours without getting tired but also have time to enjoy them properly.

The ride is recommended for all ages, only if you attend with babies, children or people with disabilities, please write us via email or message via what’s App to share the options we have. to ride together.

“We use bike lanes for about 70% of the route, but we still recommend that you feel comfortable riding a bike at night so you can fully enjoy the experience.”

All the tours are the same concept, bikes, food, drinks and exploring Mexico City, but all the routes are through different parts of the city and with different types of food in each one of them.

What makes them different is the following:

Mexico is not Only Tacos: In this tour we explore some of the highlights of Mexico City and 3 neighborhoods that are the most trendy and hip at the moment in the city. We recommend this tour when it is your first time in Mexico and you want to get an introduction to what the city is all about.

Mexico Off the Beaten Track: We visit 3 of the neighborhoods that were the first to emerge in Mexico City and many go unnoticed because they do not hear about them in blogs or in anecdotes from other travelers, however, they have many hidden architectural and gastronomic gems. We recommend this tour to those who have already seen all the highlights and want to learn more about daily life in Mexico.

Night Street Food Bike Tour: On this tour you have the opportunity to try food that you can only get at night, as the food in Mexico City is different depending on the time of the day. This tour is a very easy going as we know that after a long day you might be a little tired, but would like to continue exploring the city.

 

Well, first of all, our experience is designed to give you a real taste of Mexican Street Food culture and the city itself.

We love our Mexican cuisine and culture, as all of us on the team were born and raised here in Mexico City.

Don’t worry about formality, we approach our tours with a casual and relaxed style, so that you feel like you are exploring the city with friends.

On our tour, you will not only taste street delicacies, pre-Hispanic drinks and food from other states, but you will also have the opportunity to learn more about the culture and history behind each dish you try.

In a nutshell, choosing our Mexico City Street Food Bike Tour means you will hav an authentic, friendly and enjoyable experience. We are Mexican, so you can trust us to show you a great local Street Food scene.

Click on this link to learn in detail about the cancellation policy.

https://foodhoodtours.com/cancellation-and-refund-policy/

Get in touch

Location

164 Sonora Avenue, Condesa Neighborhood ZIP Code 06100, Mexico-City

Contact Us

Phone: +52 55 4001 3430

Email: [email protected]

Our Hours

Mon-Sat 09:00 - 19:00

Sunday 10:00 - 14:00

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