TASTE OF OUR TOWN

  A Guided Food & Wine Tour 

For a Taste

Join us on a guided tasting tour as we explore our historic town of Mount Dora. We will drop in on some charming restaurants, quaint food shops, and local wine bistros. We will taste a variety of specialty foods, wines & various libations. As we stroll through tree-lined streets, we will also savor a “taste” of Mount Dora’s rich culture and lakeside beauty.

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Mount Dora History

For a "taste"... Mount Dora was settled in 1874 by David M. Simpson, his wife and two children. In 1880 it was named "Royellou" by the postmaster, Ross Tremain after his children Roy, Ella and Louis. In 1883 the town was re-named "Mount Dora" for Dora Ann Drawdy. In 1887 the railroad arrived and brought tourists who enjoyed a winter retreat for hunting, fishing and boating. Today our town is noted for its crafts, antique shops, historical buildings and beautiful scenery. The John P. Donnelly House, The Lakeside Inn and the Old Mount Dora Railroad are on the National Register of Historic Places.

Mount Dora's Culture is a relaxing mix of antique shops, one of a kind artisans, diversified dining, historic bed & breakfasts, and beautiful lakeside living.

The town is known as the "Festival City."

We host some of the largest and finest art festivals, craft fairs, music and wine festivals in the county.

Come join with us for a Taste of Our Town Tour to find out much more about Mount Dora's captivating history and culture.

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TOUR INFO

When: 3 Days a Week...Every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday

Time: Tours start at 2:00 pm

Duration: Approximately 3 hours

Meet: Mount Dora Chamber of Commerce, 341 Alexander St Mount Dora FL 32757

Weather: Tours take place rain or shine!

Dress: Wear comfortable shoes and clothing

Capacity: 12 people per tour

Food: 6-7 tastings

Included: All the food tastings, bottle of water, exclusive discounts to local restaurants and

our Mount Dora food tour neighborhood guide

Cost: $49 per person

TASTES

Stops on our tour

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