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Follow a passionate foodie guide on foot to several Italian restaurants in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, DC. You’ll visit local establishments and savor four to five food tastings with a wine pairing during this 3.5-hour tour, which offers various departure times. Learn about regional history, architecture and all things Italian while you walk and discover these culinary gems. Numbers are limited to 16 participants to ensure an intimate experience.
We loved Dave our tour guide and would recommend them for this type of tour. Food was amazing and of course the view from the Cairo Building. Thanks again.
Great way to know about history and Italian cuisine in Dupont circle. Great food and also very friendly and knowledgeable tour guides. Small group.
This is a great tour. The food was fabulous. The guide was great. You never once feel rushed or hurried. You will walk away from this tour full It's a great time.
Very enjoyable. Not only was the food delicious, but the information given by the tour guide about the neighborhood and history was fascinating. I would highly recommend and I'd love do take others.
We had a lot of fun. The tour was led by a knowledge guide who made the group feel comfortable and at ease. The food our guide had chosen was spectacular. This was our first small group food tour and based on our experience here we will be going on many more.
Outstanding hosts. Food was a little skimpy but it was all very good.
Great food tour. It was interesting to hear the history of the restaurants and buildings. Would recommend to anyone wanting to have a relaxing time with tasting food.
Loved this tour. It was informative and tasty.
Had no idea so much walking was involved..... it's hard on older people to walk walk walk....
We've been on Food tours all over the world and frankly, this one was not worth the time. We went to three different restaurants, that were ok, but nothing outstanding. Most of the food tours we've been on talk about the local history of some of the area as you pass it. This one not so much. She did stop occasionally and told us about a few buildings, but we were in a historical part of town, Embassy Row, and we didn't get anything on our 30 minute walk around that area. The last place wouldn't let us sit inside, so we had to eat chocolate dripping Cannoli outside on a napkin. Couldn't use the restroom either. We left.
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