What to expect
- Explore Boston's Seaport District while indulging in some of its fresh-caught favorites
- Enjoy the local chowder and delectable seafood options
- Take in the area's shopping and refreshing seaport vibe
- Try chowders, lobsters, as well as other seafood specialties
About this Activity
Note: Most stops do not offer substitutions in the event of shellfish allergies.
|Price||$62.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||3 hours|
|Rating||16 positive reviews|
Rebecca M.Seafood and Chowda Tour May 23, 2017
This is a great combination of history, historical sites, and food! What a wonderful way to see and taste the history of Boston! Chloe was a great guide. She is a treasure-trove of facts about the city's history and its food. This tour is a must for anyone who likes history and likes to eat.
daveandlinda2017 .Seafood and Chowda Tour May 13, 2017
Chloe was an excellent tour guide. She was friendly and informative. We learned so much about the historical area of Boston and tasted great food too. When we travel, we always take a local food tour. We were, once, again, very happy to have had the experience in Boston and Yummy Walks was an excellent choice of food tour companies! Thank you!
Brian L.Seafood and Chowda Tour May 9, 2017
This was an awesome way to learn about Boston and eat delicious food. Chloe was a phenomenal tour guide!
Garrett W.Seafood and Chowda Tour April 29, 2017
I visited a friend in Boston along with two others and we took the tour, which surpassed all expectations. Our tour guide, Chloe, was AWESOME, to say the least! Very educational and great food samples all around historic Boston. I definitely recommend.
Roberta A.Seafood and Chowda Tour April 29, 2017
What a delicious way to learn about the history of Boston while tasting some iconic dishes along the way. It was obvious that Chloe is a lover of history. She was a fountain of knowledge about all the stops on the portion of the freedom trail that we walked. You read about Boston Creme Pie, Indian Pudding and Lobster Bisque but these dishes taste so much better when you learn when and how they were created. It was fun meeting people on the tour from other parts of the world. A tour worth taking.....
rowleyfan3620 .North End Little Italy Food Tour April 24, 2017
Took the tour with three friends who visited from out of town. Ended up spending the afternoon on a tour with guide Chloe, and she was phenomenal! Educational, great food, and interesting. Food tours are becoming my "go to" activity when I host people from out of town, and Yummy Walks with Chloe was a great great use of our time.
Brian T.North End Little Italy Food Tour April 24, 2017
My wife and I enjoyed the Yummy tour wit our guide Diane.
She was very knowledgable, and seemed genually interested in what she was showing.
The pace was good, with a good cross section of venues and historical sites.
I would recommend this walk through the North end of Boston's historical sites and food establishments !
happyinma18 .North End Little Italy Food Tour February 18, 2017
My daughter and I really enjoyed our food/history tour of the North End last weekend with Ingrid. Despite the bitter cold weather, it was fun to walk through the snow-covered streets (there had been a blizzard the previous day), sampling food at several different places (we especially loved the three pasta dishes at Artu and learning about olive oil and balsamic vinegar at Salumeria Italiano), while hearing about the history of the area from someone who really knows her stuff! Ingrid is originally from Italy and has lived in the North End, so she was the perfect guide for this tour. We would highly recommend it!
MaD64 .North End Little Italy Food Tour December 29, 2016
My husband, son and I were visiting our daughter who attends college in Boston and thought we'd take the walking food tour of the North End. It was very nice and much more than a food tour. Diane, our guide, added so much history to the tour that made it interesting. We plan on doing the South End tour next time.
trainer7765 .North End Little Italy Food Tour November 28, 2016
Took the tour yesterday with Diane and thankfully the weather was cooperative. Diane could not have been better. Food tours are a great way to taste local flavor and to learn a little about the city. We did have a 10 and 13 year old and it may have gotten a tad long for them but they were troopers. All of the food was fantastic and I would like to return to Artu. I do agree with the other poster that the soda place was cool, but perhaps a different choice would be nice. I also do not thing i would have been happy had it been raining to eat pizza standing outside. We were freezing as it was and it was dry. Overall, though, a great tour and would take again.
Pieter G.North End Little Italy Food Tour November 13, 2016
Had a great time yesterday on the Yummy Walks tour of Bostons North End/Little Italy. Diane was a super tour guide with tons of little factoids of the neighborhood and history of Boston. Very happy we did the tour, not to mention all the food samples where great. #yummywalksfoodtours #yummywalks
Nancy M.North End Little Italy Food Tour November 7, 2016
Our guide was extremely knowledgeable and interesting. Loved the variety of foods. Must return to the new Boston market which had so many different foods from New England. Fun tour for tourists as well as locals who want a Boston refresher.
smittymom .North End Little Italy Food Tour November 7, 2016
Our guide Ingrid made the tour, she was wonderful! Learned a lot of history about the North End. The food stops were good. Could have replaced the "soda" stop with something better or offered couple other beverage options like Expresso maybe? At the sit down restaurant in other food tours I have gone on the chef or owner would come out and say a few words. Not so here.I would give the guide a 5 star but because of the food stops a 4.
Geri C.North End Little Italy Food Tour April 12, 2013
What a wonderful idea combining history, exercise and food. Even though I've lived here all my life and visited Boston often I still learned something about the immigrants that paved the way for all of us to enjoy this beautiful city. Knowledgeable tour guide and great food made for a very enjoyable 3 hour tour starting on the Boston Common and finishing in the North End. So put on some comfortable shoes and be prepared for a mouth watering experience
Carol B.Seafood and Chowda Tour June 4, 2017
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Chelsea C.Seafood and Chowda Tour May 29, 2017
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