Safe Activities To Do in Boston: 6 Great Reasons To Take Our Food Tours Right Now

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6 Great Reasons To Take Our Food Tours Right Now

We’re BACK! After a very long period of being shut down, we are back up and running two of our walking food tours, the Classic Bites of Boston Tour and the Sweet & Savory South End Tour.

We are so thankful to be back working with all the great businesses we collaborate with, supporting each other as has always been our mission.

We have taken very careful measure to make sure that we are providing a safe and fun experience for you, so we welcome you to get out and join us!

If you’re not convinced, here’s 6 reasons why you should join us on a walking food tour right now!

1. They are SUPER SAFE!

Here’s how we are ensuring that tours are safe for guests and guides:

-All tours are limited to small groups
-Masks are absolutely required for all guests except when seated at a table and consuming food
-Tour guides must wear a mask at all times
-Most of the tour is spent outside in open air
-When seated inside to dine, social distancing is practiced

2. Get outside and WALK

We’ve been cooped up long enough and a good long walk is what we need! Why not add awesome stories and delicious food to that along the way? Our walking food tours are just that, walking tour experiences where you will learn fun facts about the neighborhood, get to know local restaurants and restauranteurs, and taste some of the best bites the neighborhood has to offer.

3. Support local businesses (that need you)

Small, local businesses have been struggling for so long through the shut down period and we are so thankful to be back up and running and working with our amazing restaurant partners. If you are looking for a way to support small, local businesses, this is it! Not only are you supporting numerous restaurants and their staff by taking a tour with us, but you are also supporting us, a fellow local, small business.

4. No cooking, no dishes

This one needs no explanation.

After 6 months of constant dish washing and cooking at home, let someone else take care of that for you. And enjoy it!

5. Spend time (safely) with a friend or your significant other

Tired of Zoom happy hours? Us too! Share conversation and food safely in-person with your friends or significant other. Invite someone special to spend some time with you outside of the house in a way that feels safe and fun (and of course, surrounded by food!).

6. Have a safe social experience shared with others

Food is a social experience and we’ve so been missing out on that this year! Our tours are a great opportunity to socialize with people over food and stories at a safe distance. You can only talk to your dog over dinner so much, right?

Join us for a tour, we’re ready for you!

Sign up to join us on a walking food tour HERE!

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