Of all the fun things to do in San Diego, tasting some of the amazing food America’s Finest City has to offer ranks near the top of the list. Taking a walking food tour through one of San Diego’s most beautiful and unique neighborhoods is an excellent way to spend the day, and Coronado, the Crown City, certainly fits the bill. Bite San Diego offers guided walking food tours of Coronado that will get you out and exploring this charming town while snacking on some fantastic food and possibly finding some new favorite restaurants along the way. Learn about the town’s long and proud Naval history as well as its connections to classic movies and books like the Wizard of Oz and Some Like It Hot along with other fascinating tidbits only locals know. An entertaining and knowledgeable guide takes you from the bayside Coronado Ferry Landing, past the iconic Hotel Del Coronado, and down to Silver Strand State Beach. San Diego has things to do at every corner, and Coronado is definitely no exception. Walking food tours start at $47.00 per person and include a minimum of five tasting stops at some of the best restaurants Coronado has to offer. The tour lasts three to four hours and departs from the Ferry Landing at 2:00 PM. Complimentary bus services run on Coronado throughout the summer to take you back to the Ferry Landing for free. At each stop you will have the opportunity to purchase extra food or alcoholic beverages where they are available. Along the way you will surely find some exciting new things to do in San Diego today. During this guided walking tour, the food will almost become simply an added bonus as you take in all of the sights and unique attractions of one of San Diego’s most historic beach towns. As you wind your way from the Ferry Landing to Silver Strand State Beach you will see beautiful beachfront homes, gorgeous beaches with views of Point Loma jutting out into the seas, the Coronado yacht club,and of course, the world famous Hotel Del Coronado. Funseekers can enjoy Coronado on foot with frequent stops at some of the island’s most popular restaurants. Funbassadors can create a FunGig where they can pick up some extra cash while sharing their knowledge of Coronado or any of the numerous other fun things to do in San Diego.