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Boston's North End Secret Food Walking Tour w/ Private Tour Option

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Boston, United States
Boston's North End Secret Food Walking Tour w/ Private Tour Option

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icon3 hours  (Approx.)
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iconOffered in: English
Good for avoiding crowds

Overview

Get to know Boston through its food on this small-group walking tour limited to 12 people. With a guide, you sample seafood, Italian dishes, and other fare as you explore the city's North End neighborhood. Along the way, learn about the history of the area.
  • North End guide tasting tour in Boston
  • Family-friendly choice
  • Soak up the atmosphere on a walking tour
  • Small-group tour for a personalized experience
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Water
Food tasting
Local guide
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Gratuities
136 Blackstone St , 136 Blackstone St, Boston, MA 02109, USA

Haymarket T Stop, in front of the Registry of Motor Vehicles The big brick building in front of you and across from the park is our meeting location. You will see brightly colored tables and chairs near our meeting location, and your guide will be holding an orange Food Tours umbrella.

11:00 AM
Hanover Street , Hanover St, Boston, MA, USA

The tour ends on Hanover street.

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Minimum drinking age is 21 years
  • Comfortable walking shoes are recommended
  • Near public transportation
  • Infants must sit on laps
  • Not recommended for travelers with back problems
  • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
  • OPERATED BY Essor Ltd
This experience is non-refundable and cannot be changed for any reason. If you cancel or ask for an amendment, the amount you paid will not be refunded.

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    The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
    Q:
    What is the policy on face masks and attendee health during Boston's North End Secret Food Walking Tour w/ Private Tour Option?
    A:The policies on face masks and attendee health are:

    • Face masks required for travelers in public areas
    • Face masks required for guides in public areas
    See all safety measures taken by Boston's North End Secret Food Walking Tour w/ Private Tour Option.
    Q:
    What is the policy on sanitization during Boston's North End Secret Food Walking Tour w/ Private Tour Option?
    A:The policy on sanitization is:

    • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
    See all safety measures taken by Boston's North End Secret Food Walking Tour w/ Private Tour Option.
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    What is the social distancing policy during Boston's North End Secret Food Walking Tour w/ Private Tour Option?
    A:The policy on social distancing is:

    • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
    See all safety measures taken by Boston's North End Secret Food Walking Tour w/ Private Tour Option.

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    Reviews

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    star-5
    The history of Boston was...
    Marion_G
    , Oct 2021
    The history of Boston was interesting, our guide who is fairly new did a great job, very knowledgeable. Food was plentiful and tasty. Highly recommend the tour
    1 traveler found this review helpful
    star-5
    Yum and I'm full now!
    AnneGabriel
    , Oct 2021
    Great variety of delicious food. You won't leave hungry! Very informative and personable guide, Caleb. Great way to experience a neighborhood in a new city. Very well paced trip.
    star-4
    Good time
    Ayesha_C
    , Sep 2021
    The food was good lots of it! Lobster roll was the best. My family and I had a good experience met great people.
    1 traveler found this review helpful
    star-2
    Careful - some tour guides are not well trained!
    Bethany_R
    , Sep 2021
    I picked this tour because of the great reviews; however, we got a guide who had only ever given 1 tour before. He was 10 minutes late to meet the group (with no communication sent), looked disheveled, and was clearly inexperienced with leading a group. It was hard to hear most of the information and the flow was very odd--guide did not have good mastery of how to lead a group or stay on time. There was a LOT of food included--we were stuffed by the end. You can tell the intention is to give history + food, but the experience will vary greatly between different guides. Clearly they do not give much training before letting people be a guide.
    1 traveler found this review helpful
    star-4
    Good guide, Good food
    mbzray
    , Oct 2019
    Knowledgeable guide plus a trainee to make sure we all stayed together. Food was excellent, especially the cannoli and the pastrami sandwich.
    1 traveler found this review helpful
    star-5
    Mother/Daughter weekend
    Denise_K
    , May 2019
    Small group tour was great! Our guide was great and the food was wonderful! Great selections. Would definitely recommend!
    star-5
    Great Food Tour
    Mel_C
    , Jul 2018
    My wife and I have done many food tours in Boston, NYC and Europe. We have to say this was the best of all of them. Out guide, Leah was funny, engaging, knowledgable, and a good listener. She lives in the North End so she has intimate knowledge of the history and restaurants. The tour started with pumpkin raviolis and pizza. Each food stop provided more than just a sample, you got a good sized portion that allowed you to determine the true flavor, texture and taste of each sample. We had stops at an old Italian grocery store that provided a sandwich of meats, cheese, olives and sauces. We spent considerable time at the new Boston Public Market. This unique food arena has foods from local farmers, venders. We tasted some nuts dipped in Mexican chocolates, flavored with different spices. and honey from different flowers,we also had a lobster roll lobster prepared while we waited, it was tender and sweet. The portion was excellent. The final stop was a bakery that makes canolis while you wait. The only complaint was no fault of the tour, but it was extremely hot and humid so we had to spend more time inside than we would have liked. The samplings were interspersed with historical facts of the North End. My wife and I highly recommend this food tour and Leah.
    3 travelers found this review helpful
    star-4
    Food stops and food were great. Would...
    Dace Z
    , Mar 2018
    Food stops and food were great. Would like to hear more history of North end.
    star-5
    Wonderful experience. The food was...
    Norman_M
    , Sep 2017
    Wonderful experience. The food was great and Leah was an excellent guide. We discussed the history of Boston in between eating. What more could you want.
    1 traveler found this review helpful

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