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    Taste Gloucester Food Tour

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    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.
    Taste Gloucester Food Tour

    17 Harbor Loop, Gloucester

    • Sample Gloucester's favorite dishes like clam chowder, greasy pole, St. Joseph sandwich, and some locally brewed beer
    • Learn about the history of this four-hundred-year-old seaport
    • Enjoy the local treats as you soak in the history of this old city
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    Lunch in Little Italy Tour

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    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!
    Lunch in Little Italy Tour

    North End, Boston

    • Get an authentic taste of Little Italy's fascinating history on an authentic 3 hour walking food tour
    • Feel like an insider discovering hidden gems and unique neighborhood shops with your local guide
    • Enjoy a full gourmet meal at a famous pizzeria and a copious amount of food tastings
    • Take a mini-class on fine Italian wines, and even learn to make a genuine Italian Panini
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    Harvard Square Food Tour

    Calling all foodies! Take a Food Tour neighborhood adventure in Harvard Square! Enjoy a delicious culinary adventure through historical Harvard Square. Hear interesting stories about the Square, learn fun facts about the places we visit, and sample the best and most interesting food around -- and a lot of it. Located right outside of Boston in Cambridge on the Red Line MBTA Train Stop, Harvard Square is home to Harvard University and also has a flourishing food scene with some of the best and most unique food in the city.
    Harvard Square Food Tour

    1400 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge

    • Start the day with a taste of the city's best sticky bun and enjoy apps and beer inside a world-famous underground tavern
    • Sample some traditional Chinese cuisine with a modern twist
    • Take in some delicious bites of Venezuelan specialties
    • Sample Mark Zuckerberg's favorite college pizza
    • Check out where Joan Baez got her start and catch some live tunes
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    Jamaica Plain Food & Brewery Tour

    It's a known secret that Jamaica Plain -- or "JP" to the locals -- has some of the tastiest and freshest food in Boston, but it's a bit hidden from the "beaten path" destinations such as nearby Fenway Park. In fact, some JP residents want to keep it that way, and this tight-knit community is definitely keen on preserving the neighborly feel. Originally part of Roxbury, Jamaica Plain was first home to wealthy and middle class residents who wanted to summer or live outside of the city where they worked. Later on, JP has become very well known for America's First Craft Beer, Sam Adams, which is still brewed here today. On this exciting tour, you you will explore the popular Centre Street center of JP, which is chock full of delicious eats, and sample a variety of local, independent concepts often owned by JP residents themselves.
    Jamaica Plain Food & Brewery Tour

    672 Centre St, Jamaica Plain

    • Try a unique beverage at the area's favorite local goods purveyor
    • Take a special tour of an Italianate Victorian luxury mansion
    • Sample the freshest Mexican street food in the city and devour a sampler of Lebanese specialties
    • Learn about the history of JP breweries and relax at a micro-brewery (first beer included!!)
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    Davis Square Food Tour

    Davis Square is considered one of Boston's most diverse neighborhoods and best food scenes by all local food critics. You will sample innovative eats such as from the area's first oatmeal cafe as well as family recipes such as gyros and crepes packed with flavor. You may even get to try your hand at New England's candlepin bowling as we indulge in the area's favorite pizza. Wrap your day up with a sweet award-winning treat full of marshmallow fluff, which was invented in Somerville. And gain a dose of interesting story-telling from our awesome guides who know a ton about the area which was also a key town during the American Revolution.
    Davis Square Food Tour

    55 Davis Square, Somerville

    • Hear stories from local entrepreneurs about how they started their business
    • Try your hand at candlepin bowling and eat delicious locally-sourced flatbread
    • Sample authentic gyros by a local purveyor
    • Bite into the area's best fluff-filled donuts
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    Pizza and Little Italy Tour

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    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!
    Pizza and Little Italy Tour

    Hanover St & Cross St, Boston

    • Enjoy three slices of Boston's best pizza, including a slice from Little Italy Brick Oven, which first opened in 1888
    • Stroll along the historic Freedom Trail and visit sites like the city's oldest church and Paul Revere's statue
    • Explore the quaint cobblestone streets and Italian customs in Boston's North End
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    Sweet & Savory South End Walking Food Tour

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    The Sweet and Savory South End Walking Food Tour takes place in Boston's historic South End neighborhood. You'll taste local favorites from six South End eateries, including chef-inspired sandwiches, a creatively concocted cookie, and the iconic New England fried clam, to name a few. You'll also learn how these local establishments came to be, who owns them and some fun and interesting stories they have to share. On top of delicious food tastings, you'll also enjoy a hearty helping of historical, architectural and cultural information about the South End neighborhood. You'll see some beautifully planned Victorian bow front communities, learn about the cultural development of the area, and hear some fascinating facts about some of the South End's sites and famous residents. This Sweet & Savory South End Walking Food Tour is full of food, facts, and fun!
    Sweet & Savory South End Walking Food Tour

    South End, Boston

    • Taste local favorites from iconic eateries, including sandwiches, cookies, and New England fried clams
    • Learn how these local establishments came to be, who owns them, and fascinating stories behind each locale
    • Enjoy a hearty, historical, architectural, and cultural tour of the South End neighborhood
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    The Facts and Foodies Tour

    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!
    The Facts and Foodies Tour

    105 W Newton St, Boston

    • Embark on a culinary-focused pedicab tour of Boston
    • Learn about the famed foods the city is known for as well as its surprising, hidden treats
    • Discover some of the locals' favorite restaurants with the help of your friendly guide
    • Enjoy a leisurely look at Boston's food scene that's sure to have you hungry for more
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    Sweet & Savory South End Walking Food Tour (Weekday)

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    The Sweet and Savory South End Walking Food Tour takes place in Boston's historic South End neighborhood. You'll taste local favorites from six South End eateries, including chef-inspired sandwiches, a creatively concocted cookie, and the iconic New England fried clam, to name a few. You'll also learn how these local establishments came to be, who owns them and some fun and interesting stories they have to share. On top of delicious food tastings, you'll also enjoy a hearty helping of historical, architectural and cultural information about the South End neighborhood. You'll see some beautifully planned Victorian bow front communities, learn about the cultural development of the area, and hear some fascinating facts about some of the South End's sites and famous residents. This Sweet & Savory South End Walking Food Tour is full of food, facts, and fun!
    Sweet & Savory South End Walking Food Tour (Weekday)

    South End, Boston

    • Taste local favorites from iconic eateries, including sandwiches, cookies, and New England fried clams
    • Learn how these local establishments came to be, who owns them, and fascinating stories behind each locale
    • Enjoy a hearty, historical, architectural, and cultural tour of the South End neighborhood
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    17 positive reviews

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