What to expect
- Experience the historic yet chic charm of Georgetown on this guided walking food tour
- Enjoy a unique combination of progressive, high-end cuisines and long standing DC institutions
- Savor delicious samples, from handmade pastas to handcrafted European influenced beverages
- Finish up by crossing the historic C&O canal and tasting a sweet ending at a historic bakery
|Date||Start Time||Duration||# Spots||Price|
|Sat, Jul 20||3:00pm||3.5 hours||0||$65.00|
|Sun, Jul 21||3:00pm||3.5 hours||6||$65.00|
|Thu, Jul 25||3:00pm||3.5 hours||9||$65.00|
|Fri, Jul 26||3:00pm||3.5 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Sat, Jul 27||3:00pm||3.5 hours||5||$65.00|
|Sun, Jul 28||3:00pm||3.5 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Thu, Aug 1||3:00pm||3.5 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Fri, Aug 2||3:00pm||3.5 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Sat, Aug 3||3:00pm||3.5 hours||7||$65.00|
|Sun, Aug 4||3:00pm||3.5 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Thu, Aug 8||3:00pm||3.5 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Fri, Aug 9||3:00pm||3.5 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Sat, Aug 10||3:00pm||3.5 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Sun, Aug 11||3:00pm||3.5 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Thu, Aug 15||3:00pm||3.5 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Fri, Aug 16||3:00pm||3.5 hours||0||$65.00|
|Sat, Aug 17||3:00pm||3.5 hours||6||$65.00|
|Sun, Aug 18||3:00pm||3.5 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Thu, Aug 22||3:00pm||3.5 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Fri, Aug 23||3:00pm||3.5 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Sat, Aug 24||3:00pm||3.5 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Sun, Aug 25||3:00pm||3.5 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Thu, Aug 29||3:00pm||3.5 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Fri, Aug 30||3:00pm||3.5 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Sat, Aug 31||3:00pm||3.5 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Sun, Sep 1||3:00pm||3.5 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Thu, Sep 5||3:00pm||3.5 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Fri, Sep 6||3:00pm||3.5 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Sat, Sep 7||3:00pm||3.5 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Sun, Sep 8||3:00pm||3.5 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Thu, Sep 12||3:00pm||3.5 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Fri, Sep 13||3:00pm||3.5 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Sat, Sep 14||3:00pm||3.5 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Sun, Sep 15||3:00pm||3.5 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Thu, Sep 19||3:00pm||3.5 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Fri, Sep 20||3:00pm||3.5 hours||10+||$65.00|
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About this Activity
Note: You will be stopping at 4 stops along the tour. The tour operates in rain or shine. About 1 mile of walking is covered on the tour. This tour can accommodate most dietary requirements, however it is recommended that you provide this information by entering it in the "Special Requests" section when placing your booking. Children under the age of 7 who do not participate in the samplings are free of charge; though you must enter your child's name and age in the "Special Requests" section as well. The exact meeting place will be provided upon confirmation of booking.
|Price||$65.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||3.5 hours|
|Rating||4 positive reviews|
Roopesh O.Georgetown Food Tour December 30, 2015
'Meh' about sums is up. Not terrible, just not worth the money and time. Food at 3 places was decent but not outstanding. Same with the dessert at the 4th place. Oh and if you are vegetarian be prepared to eat a lot of salad. The guide was pleasant but not especially informative. You would be better off picking out recommended restaurants from respected publications (look at the relevant sections of the Washington Post or the Washingtonian magazine) and visiting them using any standard guidebook for find your way around.
Tim F.Georgetown Food Tour September 28, 2014
I'm going to rate the tour parts separately
We took the tour in September in Georgetown with Sean
5 stars - Weather
5 stars - Food - Poalo's was amazing and wasn't just a taste it was almost a full meal. The chef explained the meal and the service was fantastic. Same with the wonderful savory crepes at CafÃ© Bonaparte. Also I don't remember the name of the place we had fantastic soup.
4 stars - The tour guide. He gave us a great history lesson, but he was lacking in informing us about the food atmosphere in the Georgetown area. I wish he had given us a tour list so I could remember where we stopped.
I'd recommend it.
El C.Georgetown Food Tour September 16, 2014
4 gals went on food tour of Georgetown and loved the food offerings and our guide Sean. The amount of the food we received at each stop, 3 restaurants and one bakery, was more than we bargained for. Large portions of soup and chaucuterie, neatballs and pasta, crepes served with chardonnay and finally 2 sweet bites. We felt like we were rolling home. We justified this indulgence by walking everywhere and it is a wee trek from the metro stop. Good food and good introduction to Georgetown.
W L.Georgetown Food Tour May 6, 2014
We did the Georgetown food/walking tour. Kayla our guide was very informative. Do not eat prior as the portions are quite large. We went to 2 Italian restaurants & 1 middle eastern restaurant, followed up by a bakery. We loved the food that we ate & totally enjoyed the history along the way.
Alyssa A.Georgetown Food Tour January 13, 2014
Tour: Gastronomic Georgetown Food Tour
My boyfriend had never been to Georgetown and found this for us to do as a fun activity to celebrate our anniversary. When we arrived we met the tour guides at a square in the middle of the road near benches under some trees. They were very enthusiastic and knowledge about the history of Georgetown and the restaurants we went to.
I highly recommend going on one of these tours! They were a great time.
Tip: Don't have super high expectations for the food at the restaurants. Some of them were better than others, and overall we were satisfied. They have a good variety and we were pretty full by the end.