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Walking the cobblestone streets of the North End is a must, but don’t waste time looking for the ideal place to eat. Join other passionate foodies to snack your way through the neighborhood. Your guide directs you to a hidden bakery and an authentic Italian salumeria. Visit the Old North Church and maybe even get a chance to talk with the neighborhood’s best bakers. Pizza, pastries, and other delights round out your experience.
Get to know Boston through its food on this small-group walking tour limited to 12 people. With a guide, you sample seafood, Italian dishes, and other fare as you explore the city's North End neighborhood. Along the way, learn about the history of the area.
If you’re not from the Boston area, it can be difficult to know where to go to taste some of the city’s best wine. This North End wine tour is led by a guide who takes you to the historic neighborhood’s elite local restaurants and well-curated wine shops for Italian wine pairings. Learn about the vintages and varietals of Italy in Boston’s Little Italy with a small-group limited to 12 for personalized attention the whole way.
Enjoy some of the best pizza in Boston on this walking food tour. Stroll through the city’s oldest neighborhoods, including, appropriately, Little Italy on the North End. Walk along the Freedom Trail that leads to 16 historically significant sites, like Paul Revere House, Old North Church, and the USS ‘Constitution,’ to name a few. Visit some of Boston's best pizzerias and enjoy a slice at each. It’s a fun and flavorful way to get to know Boston.
Discover the South End in a fun and memorable way with this Sweet & Savory Food Tour. Make your way through this iconic Boston neighborhood, stopping for treats like Venezuelan appetizers and French-Cambodian cuisine. As you walk, admire the architecture and learn about the area’s rich cultural history. Your guide will share insider knowledge and point out hidden gems along the way.
Enjoy an exquisite culinary journey hosted by the renowned Chef Anthony Caldwell. Treat yourself to culinary excellence while enjoying the company of a loved one or just sitting in the presence of good friends.
Chocolate has been a part of the Boston economy since the 17th century. Orient yourself to the historic neighborhood of Beacon Hill, and learn about the prominent Bostonians who have been making chocolate in this area for hundreds of years. Taste and pair wine and chocolate with like-minded people and your professional guide.
Explore Boston’s vibrant and culturally rich Chinatown—and taste a number of popular neighborhood dishes—on this immersive walking tour. With a maximum group size of just 10 people, you’re ensured a personal way of exploring. Meet your guide prior to lunchtime, and set off on foot. Over the next few hours, you’ll learn all about Boston Chinatown’s history and culture, will visit several local eateries, and will sample dishes that reflect traditional Chinese cuisine as well as modern fusion bites.
Taste your way through Union Square, Somerville with this neighborhood food tour. Discover the area that saw the creation of marshmallow fluff and the raising of the first American flag. Walk the streets and stop for delicious tastings at five or six restaurants. Sample a range of local favorites and ethnic delicacies. This tour is suitable for all ages, with alcohol available to guests 21 and over.
Focus on the chocolate-related history of Boston during this half-day tour. Your guide will lead the way on this walking tour from the North End to Beacon Hill, stopping at six different locations to savor chocolate tastings. Learn about the history of chocolate and other culinary features of Boston through focused commentary. You'll also get admission to the Patriots Corner historic site and Old North Church to visit at your leisure.
Lobster, Chowder, Baked Beans and Boston Cream Pie! Have you heard about these culinary classics? Curious about where to eat them? Wondering why these foods became so popular in Boston in the first place? Join us on our Classic Bites of Boston Tour and you’ll learn about all of the above – and taste these iconic dishes for yourself too!
During this tasty stroll, you can expect to:
*Dig into the classic foods Boston has become famous for.
*Delve into the history of these dishes and how they came to be local classics.
*Discover downtown Boston in a different – and delicious – way!
Taste your way through Allston on an art and food tour of a fun student neighborhood with bright murals and diverse flavors. Making stops at a handpicked series of five eateries, enjoy a hearty lunch that features a cross-section of Allston specialties; along the way, learn about the artists and chefs that keep the area vibrant.
Calling all ballpark foodies! Don’t miss this unique tour highlighting delicious ballpark eats in the shadow of historic Fenway Park. In the past several years, Fenway neighborhood’s food scene has experienced a flavor explosion. No longer just a destination for Red Sox games, now there’s true culinary talent in its midst.
On this exciting food tour, we’ll visit the new Time Out Boston Market food hall for a coffee specialty drink then chow down on the best “American” ballpark eats and visit a variety of iconic restaurants around Fenway Park. We’ll learn about the history of the famous Citgo sign and the Green Monster while munching on the best eats in town from scallion pancake sandwiches to pizza and brown butter ice cream. Discover the Fenway-Kenmore Square neighborhood with a local guide and fall in love with this unique area of Boston.
Come hungry to this walking tour through Jamaica Plain, a hip Boston neighborhood often overlooked by visitors. In addition to offering stories about area’s history and community, your guide introduces you popular establishments and hidden gem eateries loved by locals. All food and drink tastings are included.
This ambitious food tour winds throughout two of Boston's most vibrant historical neighborhoods—Beacon Hill and Back Bay—and makes multiple food stops along the way. With a guide in the lead, you can enjoy the flavors of Boston on this specially curated tour, introducing you to restaurants and shops that you may not find in your own. Sit down at a James Beard Award-winning restaurant for a light lunch, taste roasted nuts, chocolates, and baked goods, then finish up with wine, cheese, and dessert.
Taste only the best in Boston’s North End. This foodie tour takes you to a careful selection of award-winning restaurants throughout this historic neighborhood. Stop by Best of Boston winners to sample the city’s top pizza, sandwiches, and bread. Sample cannoli and visit an Old World salumeria shown on the Travel Channel. Learn about Boston’s rich culinary history, and end your tour with a delicious family-style pasta dinner.