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DC Metro Food Tours

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Georgetown Food Tour

Georgetown is as strong on cuisine as it is history, so save time by discovering both on this small-group tour. Roam the cobbled streets as a guide charts the area’s long history—it’s Washington DC’s oldest district—and stop to taste top culinary offerings. Savor hand-crafted pies, Korean delicacies, and a drink at a printhouse-turned-bakery; and leave with twin perspectives on the area you’d never get if exploring alone.
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3 hours 30 minutes
from $81.51

Capitol Hill Walking Food Tour

Get to know Capitol Hill through its food and culinary culture on this guided walking tour. Listen to a guide's commentary on one of the city's oldest and historically diverse neighborhoods, stopping to sample a variety of dishes such as Anglo-Indian food, Salvadorian cuisine, soul food, and others. This small group, limited to just 12 participants, ensures personalized attention and a chance to ask questions.
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3 hours 30 minutes
from $79.18

Little Ethiopia Food Tour

Expand your palate on a leisurely food tour through Little Ethiopia in the heart of U Street, Washington DC. Going with a guide allows you to skip the research and head directly to the area’s best restaurants, where you sample a variety of complex flavors—from deep-fried lentils to freshly-baked traditional breads. Throughout the tour, listen to stories oven unheard by visitors about the largest Ethiopian community outside Ethiopia.
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3 hours 30 minutes
from $71.24

Old Town Alexandria Historical Walking and Food Tour

Explore Old Town Alexandria, focusing on its food and its history, during this walking tour. Follow your guide to some of the area's historical highlights, learning about the nearly three-century history as you travel. Stop at several family-owned restaurants for regional seafood, Italian fare, fusion cuisine, and hand-crafted desserts. Tastings add up to make a full meal.
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3 hours 30 minutes
from $78.91

Dupont Circle Food Tour

Immerse yourself in multicultural Dupont Circle on a gourmet food and walking tour to the area’s best eateries. Going with a guide eliminates the hassle of navigating on your own, instead allowing you to relax and enjoy the ambiance of the neighborhood. Over the course of the afternoon, skip lines to sample locally-sourced foods from a range of international cuisines, from Moroccan to Malaysian.
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3 hours 30 minutes
from $78.91
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Shari S wrote a review Nov 12
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I had to unfortunately cancel my Georgetown Food Tour for this weekend. I called the company and had the pleasure of speaking with Sharone who was so helpful and nice with regard to helping me with getting a refund. I appreciate your help and look forward to take your tour on my next trip to DC. Thanks Sharone.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Ritzel B wrote a review Nov 1
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We went on the Georgetown food tour on October 24, 2020 with Robert and left halfway during the tour because of what we felt was an unsafe practice of the way this tour was handled during a pandemic. There were 11 guests on this tour. 11! You had 5 separate groups where no one had any idea where they have been for the past 14 days or who they have been in contact with. You have a couple from Texas and North Carolina, two states that are COVID hot spots at the moment. No temps were taken and no health screenings were done. Some guests were improperly wearing their masks and the guide didn't say anything. What officially was the final straw was the stop at The Berliner. The tables were small and each of us would have been sitting so close together without our mask while we ate. Look, it's great they had 11 people signed up for this tour but they should have split this into two tours. It was unsafe, negligent, and quite frankly dangerous. It wasn't Robert's fault. And I explained that to him. Quite frankly, the person at fault here is the person who organized this tour and pushed it to go ahead as one group when 11 people signed up. Or you should have planned it ahead with the restaurants to have proper social distancing between tables amongst groups. The history lesson was so so and the Italian food was mediocre. The restaurant served meatballs and gnocchi. The German establishment served beer, half a pretzel and half a bratwurst. I know, very authentic. The third step was Mexican. I can't tell you what a true gem that was because we left the tour. Save your money. I Find a tour group that really gives you the true character of Georgetown - through its FOOD and its people. And find out what the group size limit is. The last thing you need is COVID as a remembrance of DC.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Guide379888 wrote a review Mar 2020
Sayulita, Mexico2 contributions1 helpful vote
We booked this tour with the expectation that we would learn some history, interesting facts about Georgetown and sample some special food. The food was average, and the tour guide was subpar. He was certainly personable but started off the tour with the statement that he wasn't a history buff and didn't really like history much. This became quite evident as soon as we started the tour. Our guide shared a few "fun facts" in between each restaurant. None of these anecdotes were particularly memorable and we really didn't learn much of anything. The best part of the experience was meeting and talking with the lovely people in the group.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Eleanor W wrote a review Feb 2020
New York City, New York2 contributions
We had a great time on our Little Ethiopia tour. Our guide, Suzanne, was very knowledgeable, and the food was great. I would highly recommend this tour!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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JaviVillaM3 wrote a review Jan 2020
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The Georgetown Food Tour was a great experience, it is my only food tour and I loved it. Rober, our guide, was knowledgeable, smart and funny. I went with my wife and my 10yo and 7yo and they all love it. My kids are picky eaters, like most kid, and the enjoy all the food, try new stuff and where full at the end. There is plenty food, plenty walking and plenty history. I recommend this tour.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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