Stroll the cobblestone roads and alleys of Boston's historic North End and taste some of the best food the city has to offer.
Get to know Boston's culinary side on a special guided tour
Try traditional seafood dishes such as Boston mussel soup
Enjoy the delicacies of the Italian baking art
We'll begin with fresh pasta as a perfect start to this Italian neighborhood.
Brick oven pizza will be our next bite, cooked perfectly in an oven imported from Italy.
A Boston classic, the lobster roll is your third stop, and you'll learn some interesting facts about this crustacean.
Then we'll snack at a secret stop, sure to surprise and delight!
Sample unique local honeys and learn more about the honeybee.
Savor the flavors of freshly sliced Italian salamis in this original sandwich.
Conclude your adventure with a classic Sicilian cannoli in a pastry shop that's been a North End staple since 1930
• 3-hour culinary tour through Boston
• Competent guide
We will meet in front of the Registry of Motor Vehicles, near the Haymarket T Stop (The T is America's oldest subway). During the warmer months, you will see brightly colored tables and benches near our meeting location. During the winter, this will be an empty brick area on John Fitzgerald Surface Road, between Hanover Street and Sudbury Street.Your guide will be carrying an "Orange umbrella" so will be easy to spot.
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