Sacramento, the capital city of California, is known for its food scene that boasts a great diversity of cuisines. SacTown Bites is a company that is passionate about showcasing local culinary talent and letting everyone experience the flavors that Sacramento has to offer. Their food tours are perfect for those who want to explore the city’s varied gastronomy that ranges from traditional Mexican street food to the trendiest fusion dishes.
Joining one of our tours is an exciting way to eat your way through the city while discovering new flavors and enjoying the exciting culture that makes Sacramento unique. SacTown Bites is your ultimate guide to Sacramento’s vibrant food scene.
We’d love to see you on a tour as a guest. If you visualize yourself as one of our guides then visit our HIRING page to learn about being a guide for us.
A Dedication to Diversity
SacTown Bites is more than just a food tour company. Our commitment to diversity and justice is at the heart of everything we do. There’s no denying that Sacramento is a melting pot of cultures, and that’s what makes our city so special. You can explore amazing restaurants from all over the world in one place.
But it’s not just the fancy restaurants that make SacTown great. We love discovering hidden gems like the best Mexican joint or the tastiest Southeast Asian cuisine. And let’s not forget about the BBQ – some of the best we’ve ever had! We support all kinds of food experiences, from dispensaries to vegan soul food to food trucks and pop-ups. Whatever you’re craving, we’re here to help you find it and celebrate it with you!
Farm to Fork
At our company, we are passionate about providing our guests with an unforgettable experience that goes beyond mere sustenance. We are committed to diving deeper into the essence of what Farm to Fork truly means, and discovering the stories behind the food we serve.
Our belief is that understanding the origins of the ingredients we use, and the stories of the farmers and chefs behind them, transforms a meal from a simple act of nourishment into a deeply fulfilling and memorable occasion. We strive to educate ourselves continuously about the origins of the amazing food that grows in this valley, and to share that knowledge and enthusiasm with each and every guest.
Meet Our Guides
After a long career in commercial photography, particularly in the corporate sector, I founded SacTown Bites in 2019 to embrace a slower pace of life and connect with my community through food. As a passionate advocate for the Sacramento area’s culinary delights and the artisans behind them, I launched food tours that offer diverse experiences, including street food and mural tours, wine and cider tastings, lavender farm visits, and high-end chef’s menu tastings. With my extensive background in photography and management, I am excited about the future of my small but impactful business.
Caitlin joined the Sactown Bites team in 2023, where she enjoyed the challenge of interpreting food. Her go-to cookbook is Love Real Food by Kathryne Taylor and she enjoys watching foodie and drink shows such as “Drinkmasters” on Netflix.
Caitlin is a Certified Interpretive Guide and has spent over 6 years in environmental education and outdoor guiding. Currently, she works in the wedding and event space, curating public programs and memorable experiences for all people.
Megan began giving tours of the U.S. Capitol as a college intern in Washington DC. While her career has taken her on a path to serve non-profits, her love for traveling and exploring places’ history, art, and food scenes has only grown over the years. After being a frequent tour attendee during her travels; she decided to jump back into giving tours and share many of her favorite spots and history within her own city with you. She’s lived in Sacramento for almost 15 years and is still amazed by the new places she discovers in the region. Megan’s favorite things to do include spending a relaxing evening on one of our many pup-friendly patios like Revolution Wine or Canon. Or getting outdoors on a hike with the pup along the American River Trail or up into the hills in the Auburn State Recreation Area.