On this episode of Food Friday: Leftovers, Amy Koren-Roth of the Taste of Troy Food Tours joins us to speak about eating, walking and enjoying the history of the Collar City.Hear the whole podcast
Taste of Troy Food Tours explore city from culinary angle. Catherine Jura states that "Tours are one way to get to know a destination, but have you ever considered a food tour?" Read her interview of Amy Koren-Roth and learn more about these tours.Read the whole story
Hudson Valley Wine Magazine's Summer edition's "Road Trip! Exploring the Hudson Valley via the Glass" includes Taste of Troy Food Tours as "worth the spin" in the Beyond Albany side box. Lots of great things to do in our region, including our tours.Read the Whole Article
518 Bites & Sights blogger shares her experience and perspective on Troy and the food tour.Read blog post.
Ginny LeJeune, blogger, asks:
How much do you know about the region you live in? Eric and I are Capital District natives who rarely travel sixteen miles east to Troy.
Another round of foodies will feast on the flavors of the Collar City with a second Taste of Troy Food Tours season scheduled to start soon.
Locals and visitors alike will once again have the opportunity to experience the city’s diverse and award-winning eateries as part of Amy Koren-Roth’s culinary tourism effort, launched last year in Troy.
On these Taste of Troy Food Tours, offered Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. from May through October, tour guests sample foods and beverages from establishments that are helping revitalize the 200-year-old city.
The 2017 Taste of Troy Food Tours will include visits to five eateries and one historic landmark. Businesses featured include Psychedelicatessen, The Whistling Kettle, Illium Cafe, Brown’s Brewing Company and nibble inc.
Culinary tourism is a popular trend for both locals and visitors, combining sightseeing and the enjoyment of unique food and drink experiences into an appetizing adventure.
Amy Koren-Roth, founder and forever foodie, said she is a history buff, “but food is what I’m most passionate about.” The two are perfectly combined in the Taste of Troy Food Tours, her first business, which she hopes will thrive in her upcoming retirement years.
Taste of Troy Food Tours are offered from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays from May through October throughout downtown Troy. Read more here…Read Article
Number 7, For the foodies: Take them on a Taste of Troy Food Tour. At $49 per ticket, it’s a bit pricey but the tour includes tastings at five stops over the course of a three-hour period where you’ll be walking through the historic city of Troy. Discounted tickets are available for children 12 and under. For more information, visit their website.Read Article