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    Georgetown Tour

    Carpe DC Food Tours
    Washington D.C.’s oldest neighborhood is the historically rich neighborhood of Georgetown. Explore G-town through your taste buds, as you sample foods from the lively and metropolitan culinary scene. Stop by a prohibition era bar for a bite out of their comfort food menu! Then take your tour to the streets, where you’ll sample food from a socially conscious street vendor. You’ll leave this guided tour knowing more about the culinary hotspots of this extraordinary and diverse neighborhood. So get ready to let your curiosity and cravings go wild!
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    U Street & Shaw Neighborhood Food Tour

    Carpe DC Food Tours
    This tour is open to all foodies... and anyone who's hungry! Whether you're a local looking to rekindle your love for DC or you're visiting this delicious (and historic) city, Carpe DC Food Tours has a treat in store for you -- literally! You'll embark on a culinary and cultural adventure of two of DC's most iconic neighborhoods -- U Street and Shaw. You'll savor classic Chili Dogs that have stood the test of time (not the actual dogs themselves, they're fresh, we promise) and much more, from new city favorites to on-the-go gourmet. As you stroll down these famous streets, your trusty tour guide will let you in on the city's interesting history. You'll learn how music, with "Black Broadway" and the jazz era, has shaped the culture. You'll discover other great eats and how the architecture has shaped the city. And this is all just a sneak preview! Well, what're you waiting for? Carpe DC -- savor the day!
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