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    Foodie Walking Tour

    Unlike many major American cities, Washington DC doesn't have an official Little Italy. You're probably not happy about this. No disagreement here. However, this fair city is still home to some of the world's best Italian food, you just have to know where to look. On this walking tour you'll be led by an energetic, knowledgeable guide around the city on an historic sightseeing tour, stopping along the way at some of the area's most unique and delicious restaurants for tastings. Between tastings, you'll explore the popular Dupont Circle neighborhood, learning about its rich cultural and architectural history along the way. See? All hope is not lost for you Italian food lovers.
    Foodie Walking Tour

    Dupont Cir NW, Washinton

    • Enjoy a guided walking tour of some of Washington DC's best Italian Food
    • Try various samples of food from each restaurant and discover your favorites
    • Learn about the history and architecture that created the Dupont Circle neighborhood
    • Appreciate the rich culture of the area and understand its significance
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    Historic U Street & Shaw Food Tour

    What's a foodie to do in D.C.? Sample the city's tastier side during this 3-hour walking tour! Centered around the U Street and Shaw neighborhoods, you'll enjoy an inside look at the burgeoning food culture of these suddenly very hip destinations. Altogether, you'll visit six different food locations, enjoying mouthwatering samples, and learning about the local food culture from your guide. While the itinerary is subject to change, your tour typically begins with a meet up at Ben's Next Door, where you'll sample some delicious chili. Afterward, you'll make your way to Eatonville for southern cuisine, Fast Gourmet for some innovative bites, and Etete for Ethiopian dish samples. You'll finish up with a trip to Compass Coffee for a peek at the city's current coffee climate, and Calabash Tea & Tonic for handmade teas and dessert! Altogether, you'll walk for approximately 2 miles, stopping at each restaurant for about 20 minutes. This tour should give you quite a bit to chew on!
    Historic U Street & Shaw Food Tour

    1213 U St NW, Washington

    • Get to know the rising food scene of the U Street and Shaw neighborhoods, with visits to six eateries
    • Try a range of bites including chilli, Ethiopian food, and southern cuisine
    • Learn about D.C. coffee culture at Compass Coffee and visit Tea & Tonic for handmade tea
    • Travel alongside a knowledgeable local and fellow foodie for an insightful perspective
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