New York State has many food tours and wine and food trails. The Hudson Valley is a hotbed of the farm to table experience. Taste of Troy Food Tours is honored to be recognized and included in I Love NY's list of 13 best food tours and trails...read more
"On a sunny Saturday morning, with promise of a no-sleeves-required day thick in the air, Amy Koren-Roth stands on River Street in Troy, NY, counting heads. Friendly and energetic, with a curly silver bob ...Read More
"Who knew history could taste so good?
By popular demand, Amy Koren-Roth is bringing her historic food tours back to Albany this summer.
Exploring a city through food? What's better than that?!
When Discover Albany asked me if I wanted to do a food tour to reacquaint myself with the city of Albany (I went to College there) I jumped at the chance, I love trying new foods!
The Collar City will be the place for chowder this weekend as it hosts the 12th annual Troy Chowderfest...
Judging the 2018 Troy Chowderfest competition will be Daniel Berman...Ryan Hennessy, Amy Koren-Roth of Taste of Troy Food Tours & K. Wilcox.
Here's a treat for foodies. These are the Best Food Tours in the United States that you'll want to join...
We're helping you — and your stomach — out with your culinary cravings through this definitive list of food tours you'll want to schedule ...
Ever wanted to sample the food and learn the history of a place? You don't have to travel too far. Amy Koren-Roth of the Capital Region would love to take you on a food tour right in your own backyard.See more
When Amy Koren-Roth moved to Albany, she said she felt the food scene was "depressing and dismal."
24 years later, it's changed quite a bit in her estimation — there are dozens of restaurants, bars, breweries and coffee shops of every variety.Read More
Expanding authentic downtown #Albany tourism offerings, downtown's newest walking tour has just launched. The Historic Downtown Albany Food Tour,learn more
Clocking in at about 1.5 miles, this tour won’t leave you ragged or ravenous; rather, you’ll be riveted.
The Historic Downtown Albany Food Tour launches May 4 and is offered every Friday from May to October.Read the entire post
One way to get to know a new place is by eating your way through the town - and that’s exactly what I did last week when I went on my first-ever food tour.
Although I’m familiar with downtown Albany and many of its establishments -read full article
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.
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.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.Read Article