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    Lunch in Little Italy Tour

    Boston North End Tours
    Get an authentic taste of Little Italy's rich and fascinating history during an authentic 3 hour walking food tour that prides itself on keeping it real! Feel like an insider as you visit historic sites and discover hidden gems, unique neighborhood shops, and local hangouts with your expert and humorous local guide. See a real North End home and relive the days when the neighborhood was full of Italian families. Enjoy a full gourmet meal at a famous pizzeria (Pizzeria Regina or Umberto's) and a copious amount of food tastings as you discover the best pasticcerias on the famous Hanover Street, offering mouth-watering cannolis, biscottis, and other Italian favorites. Visit an authentic Salumeria (Italian Deli) to learn about different types of cheeses and meats, take a mini-class on fine Italian wines, and even learn to make genuine Italian Paninis for a fully immersive Little Italy experience you'll never forget!
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    Taste Gloucester Food Tour

    Cape Ann Foodie Tours
    There are countless ways to experience Gloucester. You can catch a boat ride. Stop by a local tavern. But none are as fun and satisfying as a taste test exploration through the city. During this food tour, you will get a true sense of this charming New England town, as you sample your way through the streets, tasting fresh chowder, olive oil, and the famous "St. Joseph" sandwich. This tour will expose you to the local treats and this four-hundred-year-old city. Filled with fascinating stories and interesting facts about the oldest working seaport in America, you're bound to learn something new, and taste something even better.
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    Pizza and Little Italy Tour

    Boston Pizza Tours
    Settled in 1630, Boston's North End is not only the city's oldest neighborhood but also the best smelling (considering the pizza emanating throughout the streets). But don't just smell... taste! On this delicious food tour, enjoy three slices of the very best pizza in the city, while exploring Boston's historic Freedom Trail. Enjoy a slice from Little Italy Brick Oven, whose recipe dates back to 1888. Tasting your way through the city, you'll also venture inside Boston's oldest standing church and discover a birds-eye view of the Bunker Hill monument. See it all, and more importantly, taste it all!
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    North End Wine Tour

    City Wine Tours
    The historic North End—Boston’s oldest neighborhood—is also home to the city’s Little Italy, making it the perfect place for a wine tour focused on Italian vintages and varietals. Sip and dine your way along the waterfront with a small group of like-minded oenophiles and a friendly expert as your guide. Battery Wharf Grille is located on the Boston’s picturesque Long Wharf. Featuring multiple stylish seating areas for sipping, savoring and celebrating indoors and out, this elegant waterfront eatery reinvents local New England favorites with a flash of Mediterranean culinary brilliance. Enjoy handmade pasta, New England-sourced seafood and local organic ingredients against the breathtaking backdrop of Boston Harbor. Sip a glass of bubbly prosecco, nibble on artisanal cheeses and charcuterie, and pick up tips from your guide on deciphering the regions, varietals, and vineyards on an Italian wine label. From there, pass the historic Old North Church and make your way past the lively restaurants of Hanover Street on your way to one of 2 different Italian gems—Artu or Rigoletto. Both offer the perfect ambiance for savoring Italian wines paired with delectable northern Italian delicacies. Swirl and sniff whites and reds from Sicily and the golden hills of Tuscany, and delve further into the characteristics of the different wine-growing regions of Italy between bites of bruschetta with broccoli rabe or calamari frittata with mushroom torte.
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    The Facts and Foodies Tour

    Boston Pedicab
    Finally, a tour that's all it's cooked up to be! This foodie-favorite urban exploration will serve you up a unique take on the Boston culinary scene as you ride around in the back of a pedicab. Your friendly, local guide and driver will point out some of the city's favorites as you roll along and offer insights into the history behind some of Boston's favorite foods. As you tell your guide about your culinary curiosity, the tour will take a route that's best suited to your tastes, while you get a look at historic eateries and modern favorites. Bring an appetite for learning!
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    Beer 101: How to Taste Beer

    Boston Wine School
    If you have had you fair share of beer, but may not know as much about the masterpiece that is beer as you would like, take this beer tasting class and delve into the art yourself. Learn firsthand about beer's multi-dimensionality, including its aroma, taste, mouth feel, and other nuances. Explore several different styles and impressive variations that'll have you feeling refreshed, and more interested in beer than you'd ever imagined. Not to mention, the beers you will taste -- and learn about -- will be worldwide craft beers perfectly produced by small and independent brewers. Enjoy this beer tasting class and do the brew!
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    Mixology: Seasonal Spirits

    Boston Wine School
    Spirits simply aren't spirits unless they're examined and surveyed as a whole. In this season-specific class series, explore numerous spirits, including, but not limited to, tequila, gin, vodka, whiskey, and rum. Never before has the refreshing taste and flavorful blends of seasonal drinks ever been so profoundly delicious. Aside from tasting these spirits, enjoy learning about their history, as well as their production and what makes them unique. Savor the refreshing drinks, joyful flavors, and discover what makes them so perfectly matched for their particular season.
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    Beer, Cheese and the Pursuit of Happiness

    Boston Wine School
    You've probably heard of wine and cheese, but what you most likely didn't realize is that cheese's natural pair is actually beer. Gain confidence pairing beer with its cheesy foil. With Boston Wine School, explore pairing creamy brie, crunchy aged Gouda, and tangy blues with a lot of great beers. While tasting and sipping your way to sheer deliciousness, you'll discuss the spectrums of beer and cheese, along with new strategies for making great matches in the future. To top it all off, enjoy a delicious dinner with each dish being accompanied by its perfect beer complement. Get a taste of the high life and substitute the Miller with Munster.
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    The Great Boston Cupcake Crawl

    Boston Chocolate Tours
    This exclusive two and a half hour walking tour highlights some of Boston's most historic and famous neighborhoods and landmarks -- the Back Bay, Beacon Hill and the Boston Common, and the Gardens. You'll learn the history of cupcakes, how they are created, and what the specialties are of each tour destination. There's no better way to satisfy your sweet tooth on a Saturday than strolling around this beautiful city, while learning about and enjoying these delectable treats. Whether simple and swirled or sweet and sprinkled, The Great Boston Cupcake Crawl introduces you to the best cupcakes in Beantown. Some tour destinations where you can experience the best cupcakes in Boston include: A cupcake shop named for a Boston-based chef's lovely daughter Cupcakes that are on the move all day long, and you'll be lucky enough to have them pull over for you on the tour A famous ice-cream store that takes a new twist on the classic cupcake One of Boston's Best, there's no way you could go you on a cupcake tour without stopping at this Newbury Street bakery You'll pick up plenty of samples as you go, plus tips on tasting, buying and storing these delicious cupcakes.
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    Back Bay Chocolate Walking Tour

    Boston Chocolate Tours
    This historic area is rich in culture, architecture... and of course, fine chocolate. There's no better way to spend a Saturday morning than to peruse boutiques on Newbury Street, or to stroll down Boylston Street while learning about and enjoying chocolate with your friends. The featured stop on this tour will be Hotel Chocolat -- a trendy European cocoa grower who manages the production of chocolate, from bean to bar. Learn all about chocolate in their private tasting room! Other tour locations and treats may include: The largest selection of imported bars A Swiss chocolatier famous for the Dom Perignon Champagne Truffle A famous New England Ice Cream maker focused on Fair Trade chocolate Cupcakes For the adventurous, a chocolate covered cricket or chocolate worm You'll pick up yummy samples as you go, plus tips on tasting, buying and storing fine chocolate.
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