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Happy Hour Stroll

Local Foods, Libations & Lots of Fun!

Available exclusively on Wednesdays and Fridays, visit the local eateries South End residents call home. Walk to 4 different locations, where each visit includes an alcoholic beverage paired with your food tasting.

Happy Hour Tour Overview

During this delicious walk, you can expect to:

  • Stroll the neighborhood streets and explore Boston’s South End neighborhood
  • Taste food specialties from 4 local eateries (4 savory + 1 sweet tasting)
  • Enjoy a delicious alcoholic beverage pairing* with each tasting
  • Visit 4-5 sites of local historical, cultural and / or architectural interest in the South End neighborhood

*Mocktails / non-alcoholic beverages alternatives available for those who do not consume alcohol. Please select this option during checkout when booking.


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Tour Info

Please visit our online Tour Calendar for up to date availability.
*Private Tours are available year-round by request.

Tours depart at 4:30pm

$95 pp (+tax)

What’s Included:
Guided South End neighborhood walking tour
Food tastings from 4 local eateries
Alcoholic beverage pairings with each tasting

Tour lasts approximately 2.5-3 hours and covers ~1 mile of walking

Tour meets in Boston’s South End neighborhood. Exact location provided at time of ticket purchase.

All who enjoy, walking, exploring and eating! (Ages 21+)

12 guests per tour

What to Wear:
Comfortable clothing and shoes! We’ll be outside and on our feet for most of the tour.

Tour takes place rain or shine.
We have fun in all kinds of weather so please come prepared for the forecast.


 This tour will visit 4 of the following 5 eateries:


 The Elephant Walk South End

Cambodian-French fusion restaurant offering a bi-cultural menu
(Est. 1991)

Orinoco: A Latin Kitchen

A Latin kitchen inspired by family-run Venezuelan eateries
(Est. 2006)

Formaggio Kitchen South End

Purveyor of fine meats, cheeses, wines and specialty products
(Est. 1999)

Burro Bar South End

A neighborhood Mexican kitchen and tequila bar
(Est. 2018)

Bootleg Special

Urban creole hangout specializing in Cajun-style seafood boils and Southern-inspired comfort food
(Est. 2018)


On top of delicious food tastings, and learning about local chefs and restaurant owners, you’ll also enjoy a hearty helping of historical, architectural and cultural information about Boston’s South End neighborhood.

You’ll be visiting the largest urban Victorian community in the country, hearing about the early physical and ongoing cultural development of the South End, and learning some fascinating facts about some of the neighborhood’s historical and architectural sites and famous residents.

This experience is full of food, fascinating facts, and fun!


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