Boston is a highly intellectual and collaborative city that’s forever innovating. Most tourists spend significant time in the “typical” tourist attractions, taking a Duck Tour, visiting the North End, and exploring the cobblestone streets of Beacon Hill or adventuring through the historic Freedom Trail.
Have you seen the famous Make Way for Duckling statues in Boston Common yet? Squinted up at the Prudential Center and John Hancock Building? Walked down Yawkey Way and tried a Fenway Frank at our ballpark? Ridden the T?
All of these activities are so much fun; yet our walking Boston food tours and Boston chocolate tours of the best Boston neighborhoods seek to take you off the beaten path to explore the local Boston culinary scene in a unique way and understand the people behind the food that you’ll eat. You’ll get a deeper dive not only in how the locals live and dine but also will walk away with a lot of restaurant recommendations for the rest of your stay.
Our food tours of Boston and chocolate tours of Boston both cover the history of the area, with our food tours being 2-3 hours and going more in depth into the neighborhood history and our chocolate tours being 90 minutes and going more in depth into the history of chocolate.
Our tours stop at between 5 to 7 places and are almost all local, independent small businesses that are not chain restaurants and are often owned by individuals who grew up in the communities where they work. The best restaurants in Boston!
We are committed to offering you a diversity of food amounting to a satisfying lunch and going behind the scenes whenever possible to speak with the owners and learn more about the why behind their unique concepts.
You’ll also get to meet other guests, tourists and locals alike, and be accompanied by a friendly and knowledgeable local guide. And unlike other food tour companies, we will take two guests around if you’re the only ones to sign up.
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