Do gift certificates expire?
Gift certificates do not expire. However if this is a donation to a non-profit it will expire one year from issue date.
Can gift certificates be redeemed for cash?
No, however, they can always be used toward other tours at another time.
Can gift certificates be purchased and used for private group tours & outings?
Absolutely! Fun & food always are better when shared with groups of family, friends & coworkers!
“I purchased two gift certificates for my grandson and his fiancee as a Christmas gift. I wanted to give them an experience. I thought the price was reasonable and the tour sounds fun and we’ll organized. Reviews are all positive. I’m hoping they do the Newport, RI, food tour.”
“ Love for the RI culture!”
“This was an amazing tour of Rhode Island and the best restaurants around the area! Our group was lovely. The food stops were great and has given me a love for the RI culture. I will definitely go on another food tour thanks to this amazing experience. Morgan, our tour guide, was quirky and fun! She made the tour so enjoyable!”
“What a wonderful tour!!!”
“Having never been to Newport before this was an excellent way to see the city and find some great eateries! Our host Morgan was not only informative but also very welcoming! We felt like our good friend was showing us around town rather than a paid tour, would definitely recommend to anyone!”
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IS RIGHT FOR ME?
A fun public tour in our creative capital city of Providence or in Newport, our city by the sea. Shared with new friends or possibly a private tour for just you and your co-workers, family or friends, we have the fit for you!
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Let our local guides introduce you to our creative foods and culturally rich cities leaving all with a fun, memorable and deeper appreciation of Rhode Island and all it offers.
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Rhode Island Red Food Tours is a sustainable business thats mission is to serve joy by introducing both Rhode Islander’s and visitors to the wealth of small local eateries in the state.