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The Ultimate Boston Food Tour6 Reviews
Eat your way along the Freedom Trail and hit up the Boston Public Market to discover the foods and history that define Boston. Try local classics like Boston cream pie, crab cakes, and clam chowder.
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- Enjoy 9 + food tastes, from chowder to cannoli.
- Visit 6 local businesses serving up Boston classics.
- Eat your way along the historic Freedom Trail.
- Visit Boston’s oldest continuously running restaurant.
- Pop into a beloved Italian pastry shop for a sweet treat.
DescriptionStart your morning at the Boston Public Market and taste the New England difference in one of the region's most important agricultural products: apples! Apple cider donuts and apple butters await you to fuel the rest of your explorations. If that wasn’t enough, you'll taste a bit of history at a second market stall in the form of a surprising 17th-century snack with English roots. Next, you'll make your way to Quincy Market to try a beloved sweet treat: the one and only Boston cream pie! Time to head downtown. Boston is one of the oldest and most historically significant cities in America, packed with significant sites with amazing stories to tell. Follow in the footsteps of the revolutionaries as you walk the historic Freedom Trail, where Boston’s history unfolds alongside the birth of America. And don’t worry...there’s more food coming your way! There's no better place to continue your Boston history lesson than at an iconic restaurant that hasn't closed its doors since 1826. This makes it not only the oldest restaurant in Boston, but the oldest one with continuous service in the entire United States! You'll sit in the very booth that was reserved for the 35th president, John F. Kennedy, to taste creamy clam chowder, Boston’s signature molasses-infused baked beans, and another coastal classic: crab cakes! Hit the Freedom Trail again and wind your way over to the North End neighborhood, where Italian influences offer a delightful change of pace. Stop at a fourth-generation family-run eatery specializing in hot and buttery lobster rolls—a quintessential New England classic. This particular spot must not be missed while in Boston—they've even been featured on Good Morning America! Next, step back in time to the 1930s with a visit to a hole-in-the-wall neighborhood coffee joint and enjoy a taste of Boston’s Italian past. Finally, you'll wrap up at one of the North End’s most famous local favorite pastry shops. Finish on a sweet note with a melt-in-your-mouth cannoli.
Includes6 to 7 tasting stops with 8 to 9+ tastes (enough food for a full meal) Local English-speaking guide Expertly guided walking tour Small group of 12
- The tour is in English. This is a walking tour. Guests should be able to walk at a moderate pace without difficulty. Guests with serious food allergies will need to sign an allergy waiver at the start of the tour. This tour is not recommended for vegans, vegetarians, dairy free, or gluten free. This tour is adaptable for pescatarians and pregnant women, however, please note that you may not have a replacement food option at every stop. This tour includes several fish and seafood tastings - lobster roll, clam chowder, crab cakes - that do not have a replacement in the case of an aversion or allergy. Those with dietary restrictions need to contact us before joining the tour so we can arrange your food, or we may not be able to accommodate you. Our group tour utilizes multiple areas that are not wheelchair/stroller accessible. Those with wheelchairs/strollers should contact us so we can arrange your visit.