The New Tour Season is Here!
Can you tell we’re excited? We can hardly contain ourselves as the beginning of tour season approaches. Our walking neighborhood food tours officially begin on Friday, March 15th kicking off with our Chinatown’s Culture & Cuisine Tour. Join us for an afternoon of food and fun as we adventure through some of Boston’s most unique neighborhoods and sample some of the best local bites and sips. You’ll learn about the history, culture, and food that makes each neighborhood special from your awesome tour guide as they tell you all the fun and interesting stories. If you’ve never taken a walking food tour, it’s a great way to get outside, learn, and EAT!
This is our flagship tour that will take you through the quaint red brick-paved streets of the South End neighborhood in Boston while learning about the area’s rich history and tasting some of its best bites. You’ll weave through the neighborhood with a friendly and knowledgeable tour guide and make stops at six local eateries to taste both sweet and savory items that we have carefully selected for you. The South End boasts an impressive collection of Victorian Era architecture including the largest collection of Victorian-style row houses in the country. This tour is full of fascinating history that is told in a fun and conversational way by your tour guide. The food will have you craving another visit to each place, and we hope that you go back and pay them a visit. The selection of restaurants will allow you to taste cuisines from all different cultures and from both new and classic Boston spots. Join us for an afternoon of food and fun in the South End!
Start date: Saturday, March 16th
This tour takes you through one of Boston’s most underrated neighborhoods. Allston is jam-packed with amazing food, art, and culture, which you’ll see by visiting the multiple murals that fill the walls and sides of buildings in the neighborhood, giving it the eclectic character it is known for. You’ll visit a wide array of eateries where you’ll taste everything from classic Korean food, to fusion foods, to grilled cheese, and vegan ice cream. Allston may be known for it’s college-y reputation as it’s the hub of where students reside, but tucked into its streets are artwork and flavors that you don’t want to miss. Let one of our awesome tour guides show you around this neighborhood and find out what makes Allston so unique!
Start date: Saturday, April 6th
This is our newest tour to date, which we launched last year and we’re still so excited about it! This tour will navigate you through the tiny, packed streets of Boston’s Chinatown where you’ll make stops for food, sweets, and drinks at six different locations. You really feel the hustle and bustle of the city in this neighborhood as Chinatown boarders Boston’s downtown. Packed into such a small area is a huge amount of history. You’ll learn how Chinatown started, the obstacles it faced and is facing, and how it has grown into the richly cultured community it is today. Food-wise you’ll taste traditional Chinese items, traditional Chinese-American items, and new creations invented by the next generation of Chinese-American chefs. You’ll also learn the technique to eating our favorite kind of dumpling, while eating them of course. Can’t wait to see you there!
Start date: Friday, March 15th
If you’d prefer to experience our neighborhood food tours with your own group we offer private group tours for groups big and small. Enjoy an afternoon in an intimate setting with your own personal tour guide with a customized itinerary where you’ll visit restaurants that suit your group’s needs. You’ll learn about all the same history and culture as on our public tours and taste delicious food and drink from some of our favorite local spots. We offer private tours in all three neighborhoods. Our private group tours are perfect for occasions such as: Corporate Events and Team-building Activities, Family Outings, Birthday Celebrations, Bachelor and Bachelorette Parties, Ladies’ Day Out, Wedding / Bridal Party Activities, Networking Events, and anything else you can think of. To learn more about our private group tours or to request one please fill out the request form, which can be found here.
You can find our full 2019 tour calendar here. We hope to see you on a tour this season!Tags: bites of boston food tours, food tours Boston, new tour season, things to do in Boston, tours Boston
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