Tour Tales: Laurel’s Favorite Bites of Boston Tour Story

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Tour Tales: Laurel’s Favorite Bites of Boston Tour Story

Hey everyone! We’ve cooked up something else special for you while tours are on hold and we’re so excited to share it.

This is the next post in our new series called “Tour Tales,” a group of short videos where our lovely Bites of Boston tour guides and staff share their favorite stories and foods from our tours. We want you to get to know us better while also getting a taste of the food, knowledge, and stories that we have to offer on our food tours. Enjoy!

laurel at orinoco

In today’s video, one of our talented art and sweets-loving tour guides, Laurel, shares her favorite story from the Sweet & Savory South End Tour:

Thanks, Laurel!

Orinoco Kitchen holds a special place in our heart as it’s one of the first restaurants we started working with on our South End Sweet & Savory Tour. It feels like you are stepping into your very own Venezuelan grandmother’s kitchen at their South End location with shelves full of spices, cookies, and colorful ceramics. We love this story about Orinoco Kitchen and it’s ambitious owner Andres Branger, and Laurel tells it wonderfully!

tour guests

Happy tour guests enjoying bites from Orinoco Kitchen!


Datile (bacon-wrapped, almond-stuffed date) & Maracuchito (queso Paisa wrapped in sweet plantain)

dining room

Inside the colorful, quaint, Orinico Kitchen dining room

Laurel also owns her own fine art business called Laurel Greenfield Art where she captures food in vibrant color! Join her for a painting class or start collecting her amazing art here.

laurel with art

Laurel with her art in her home studio

laurel eating chocolate

Laurel eating chocolate mousse, one of her favorites!

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