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Free Tours by Foot - Boston Tours
#1 of 52 Food & Drink in Boston
Very knowledgeable and entertaining, with great recommendations for food and drink.
David is the perfect story teller: he weaves history with personal anecdotes, jokes, tidbits of trivia, and brilliant recommendations of places to visit and eat and drink.
Off The Eaten Path Tours
#2 of 52 Food & Drink in Boston
Today Paula took us on a wonderful tour of the North End filled with history and the best food and drink.
Paula provides interesting history lessons, delicious food and wine (much more food than we expected) and the perfect tour-length and pace to keep everyone happy and comfortable.
Ye Olde Tavern Tours
#3 of 52 Food & Drink in Boston
Her encouragement for attendees to try a different beverage than we would normally drink at each step was great advice and both my husband and I ventured off our normal path and enjoyed every stop.
The best food/drink tour we have ever taken!
North End Boston Food Tour
#4 of 52 Food & Drink in Boston
As you stroll through the bustling streets and hidden alleys of Boston’s North End and stop to feast on delicious Italian food specialties, Robert will share his personal knowledge of the neighborhood’s history wi...
This was an excellent tour, our guide (Robert), was extremely knowledgeable about the North End history, and the food was delicious!
City Brew Tours
#5 of 52 Food & Drink in Boston
great tour with Rob - super knowledgeable and educational and patient - the food at barnyard was delicious and we got to see a great range of breweries, got sufficient drunk with the safety of our own tour bus and...
Our guide was very knowledgeable and I have made changes in what we look for in beers as well as how we drink it - always in a glass.
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Boston North End Tours
#6 of 52 Food & Drink in Boston
Great stories and rapid-fire wisecracks are dished out along with plenty of delicious food, including stops at spots like a top-notch salumeria for a taste of real Italian subs, a chocolatier straight out of a his...
Great to meet the owners of Polcari's coffee and grocery (scales date back to 1912!) and visit a multitude of other great authentic eateries with top notch food samples.
Boston Foodie Tours
#7 of 52 Food & Drink in Boston
Great food tours are a combination of three things - the guide, the tastings and the company and we totally lucked out with our tour with Audrey, the fantastic tastings of Boston Public Market and Little Italy and...
My daughter and I have done food tours in cities around the world, and we both agree that our Boston Foodie Tour ranks amongst the best.
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Yummy Walks
#8 of 52 Food & Drink in Boston
It was a perfect amount of places to visit and a great walk along the way with getting to see sights like the Paul Revere house and the Old North Church -- a perfect mix of history and delicious food :) I would 10...
Food tours are becoming my "go to" activity when I host people from out of town, and Yummy Walks with Chloe was a great great use of our time.
Bites of Boston Food Tours
#9 of 52 Food & Drink in Boston
I am a Ma native and I learned some great history from Laurel, along with terrific food and drink.
Our guide, Laurel, provided an informative and enjoyable historical piece at every stop, our food stops were SO DELICIOUS and creative, we all truly enjoyed ourselves and highly recommend this to anyone wanting to...
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Bully Boy Distillers
#10 of 52 Food & Drink in Boston
After the tour and tasting, we enjoyed a beautiful cheese and cured meat platter from Formaggio (Alex suggested and coordinated the food) and we were able to sit in the in the barrel room to enjoy the food and ano...
If you want a fun, deliciously fruity drink, get the Strawberry Mint Flip; the top is bruleéd!
Michele Topor's Boston Food Tours
#11 of 52 Food & Drink in Boston
Our guide Bonnie took us down alleys and back streets all to show us the richness of food and drink to be found in the North End's purveyors of wine, olive oil, pasta, pastry, dry goods and produce.
Michele provides a wealth of information about the neighborhood's history, the best places to shop for authentic Italian food products of all kinds, the Mediterranean diet, cooking tips, and more!
Samuel Adams Brewery
#12 of 52 Food & Drink in Boston
It is always nice to see something really cool for free, but when you get to do a tour, drink some beer, AND get a free Samuel Adams tour tasting glass for free, you really feel like you've hit the big time.
Great food BTW!!! Back to the brewery, stop and enjoy the Tap Room next to the gift shop as well as the outdoor beer garden with hops growing right in the garden.
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Secret Food Tours Boston
#13 of 52 Food & Drink in Boston
We have been on many food tours and this was one of the best!! Leah has got it just right, she makes your foodie experience even more fascinating with her vast knowledge of the history of Boston!
We thoroughly enjoyed the Secret Food Tour with our knowledgeable and engaging guide,Taylor.
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Boston Pizza Tours
#14 of 52 Food & Drink in Boston
Our tour guide was a blast, we loved the food and also loved the tour.
He also knows where the locals go to eat and drink, so ask for suggestions if you aren't ready to call it a day when you are done.
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Harpoon Brewery & Beer Hall
#15 of 52 Food & Drink in Boston
Very friendly and knowledgeable staff, and a quick and interesting tour where you get to try a great selection of the beers: we sampled over 4! The beer hall is a great place to drink and watch the brewery in acti...
The only food is pretzels!! Big, yummy, warm, delicious pretzels with a bunch of dipping sauces to select from.
Boston Public Market
#16 of 52 Food & Drink in Boston
Step into this Market and you will be surrounded by so many wonderful food and drink options.
An interesting food market and a great use of space near the Boston Conservancy, interesting local delights and reasonable prices, well worth a visit.
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Cocktails & Cannoli
#17 of 52 Food & Drink in Boston
... Paul Revere’s house -Wine tasting with a local expert in a beautiful wine cellar -Gelato and tiramisu cupcakes We were pleasantly surprised with how much food the tour included, without getting overly full.
Nothing is better than getting to eat cannolis, drink some amazing cocktails and learn about Boston's amazing history.
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Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street
#18 of 52 Food & Drink in Boston
In addition to all the wonderful knowledge learned in the class, it is a terrific value as you get to eat what you prepare (YUM).....and there's ample food to bring home the extra.
Liz and Josh are expertly knowledgeable about all things-food.
Downeast Cider House
#19 of 52 Food & Drink in Boston
sometimes they host events and have food outside - like tacos! cider tour is lots of fun and these guys started small and make a great product so now they are expanding.
Fun,short and informative tour and you drink as you go.
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Boston Walking Tours
#20 of 52 Food & Drink in Boston
Great tour, the food was great, the guides were amazing and Boston is rich with history!
Fun guides and delicious food (North End Italian Food Tour)
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Trillium Brewing Company
#21 of 52 Food & Drink in Boston
The food is superb and our place at the upstairs bar let us watch through the glass at our steaks cooking on the wood fire.
Summer outdoor patio should be a nice gathering place for friends to meet up for e drink.
Boston Chinatown Tours
#22 of 52 Food & Drink in Boston
Boston offers many cultural and historical tours, but Boston Chinatown Tours is the best tour that combines history, culture, and food.
Wow! We've done another food tour in Hong Kong, but this was superior!
City Wine Tours
#23 of 52 Food & Drink in Boston
We were shocked at the generous portions of food served at the locations visited (Aragosta at Battery Wharf, and Rigoletto in the North End).
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SoWa Open Market
#24 of 52 Food & Drink in Boston
Multiple markets - Farmers market with delicious offerings and samples; Equally interesting and delicious beer garden with food trucks; Awesome and seemingly endless art galleries and studios and outdoor craft sho...
A great Farmers market with very interesting local specialty food vendors in addition to local produce and a knife sharpener!! Go next door to the browse the booths of local artists with everything from jewelry, p...
Off The Beaten Path Food Tours
#25 of 52 Food & Drink in Boston
This food tour was the perfect activity to learn about JP, walk around, and try some awesome food!
Would highly recommend this food tour for locals and visitors alike.
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Boston Winery
#26 of 52 Food & Drink in Boston
The food wine ambience service is over the top.
So much my husband who never drink wine wanted to leave with some.
New England Brewery Tours
#27 of 52 Food & Drink in Boston
GrandTen Distilling
#28 of 52 Food & Drink in Boston
We walked up to the bar and were warmly greeted with an awesome drink menu.
It is a small place but they are planning to serve craft cocktails and have a food truck pull up outside for small bites.
Dorchester Brewing Company
#29 of 52 Food & Drink in Boston
We had it catered and they brewery gave the caters space to prepare the food in the brewery garage which worked out perfectly.
The Revelry Food Truck was there that day, outstanding shrimp po-boy too.
Boston Harbor Distillery
#30 of 52 Food & Drink in Boston
This made it fun for the guests to drink amazing, local drinks from the Distillery and eat from Boston's finest food trucks.
For people who appreciate a great drink and enjoy a relaxing atmosphere, this is definitely somewhere you should visit the next time you're in Boston.