- Pizza tour of Boston’s Little Italy
- Follow your local guide to Boston’s finest pizza joints, including a hidden Sicilian gem and a traditional Italian grocery
- Indulge in three slices of Sicilian, Greek and traditional pizza
- Learn about the history of Little Italy
- Small-group tour limited to 12 people ensures a more personalized experience
What You Can Expect
You'll visit three pizzerias and indulge in a tasty slice of cheese pizza at each. The different styles of pizza you'll enjoy are Sicilian, Greek and traditional.
First, step into the oldest pizzeria in Boston, which opened its doors in 1926. Continue to a hidden Sicilian joint that’s popular among locals – lines regularly form before the doors even open!
Pop into an Italian grocery store to see where the pizzerias nab their fresh, authentic ingredients, and delight in some samples here before heading to your last spot for your third delicious pizza slice.
The pizzerias you visit may include Ernesto's, Waterfront Café and Regina's (Sundays only). Along the way, your guide will share interesting stories and facts about the historic buildings and landmarks you pass, as well as the history of Little Italy.
Kevin was a great guide. gave us lots of information on the tour and also added other tips for the rest of our stay. would have been nice if the restaurants we went to were a little more welcoming of tour groups.
The whole process was disorganized. Not as advertised. Hot day with no water offered. Curbside eating. No direction or samples offered in the Italian grocery store which we had to ask to see. Had to confirm our trip twice the day before to get the time that we had on our confirmation. Pick up/meeting point was a vacant fenced in parking lot which we had trouble finding since it did not have an address number. In general, a poor experience. Sorry, but we would have to pass on this one on our next trip to Boston.