Secret Food Tour in Boston
Secret Food Tour in BostonMeet your local, professional, and knowledgeable guide who is passionate about all things Boston and dive into the heart of the city's...
DescriptionSecret Food Tour in BostonMeet your local, professional, and knowledgeable guide who is passionate about all things Boston and dive into the heart of the city's best Italian food when you walk off the beaten path to places only the locals know. Discover the beautiful North End as your small group, no more than twelve guests navigate the winding streets in Boston's oldest neighborhood to find hidden gems you may never have found on your own. This intimate, one-on-one tour allows personal interaction with your friendly guide as you taste your way around this historic part of Boston and learn all about Little Italy.With nearly 100 restaurants and bakeries nestled into just 0.36 square miles, let your local guide lead you to the North End's hidden gems. Walk in the footsteps of American legends; Samuel Adams, Paul Revere, Ben Franklin, John Hancock, John F Kennedy, and more. Where better to learn about the history of Boston, than its oldest residential neighborhood. With influences from many waves of immigrants, taste today's best Italian food in the heart of the city.Some of the very best Italian flavors of the city awaits as you begin your walk with fresh pasta as a perfect introduction to the North End. Brick oven pizza will be your next bite, cooked perfectly in an oven imported from Italy.At the next stop, an authentic Italian import grocery, savor the flavors of freshly sliced Italian salamis in their original sub sandwich. Inside a public market featuring home-grown produce, stop for a snack at a secret stop, sure to surprise and delight!Experience a Bostonian lobster roll as you learn some interesting facts about this iconic crustacean. Conclude your adventure with a classic, Sicilian cannoli in a pastry shop that's been a North End staple since 1930.Before you wrap up your tour, be presented with your secret food bite that will be the perfect way to top off this half-day tour while in picturesque Boston.Please Note: The tinerary can be subject to change, based on the locations and availability on a given day.
Registry of Motor Vehicles, an easy 2 mile walk from the cruise ship port and approximately 45 minutes. Alternatively, a taxi can be hired at the port for an approximate 12 minute ride and at an approximate cost of $12.00.
Preparation AdviceWe recommend wearing comfortable walking shoes and casual, comfortable weather-appropriate clothing. We also suggest a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen in the summer.