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This walking tour begins in the lobby of the Bostonian Boston hotel at 9:45 a.m. Sundays, and at 10:00 a.m. the remainder of the week. It generally runs 3 hours. The route itself is no more than a mile, entirely located in the central area of the Market District and the North End. All stops are handicap accessible, with the exception of one basement bakery.

Our tour route will bring us through the historic, 200+-year-old outdoor Haymarket Market (Fridays and Saturdays only). 

Our first stop is the two+-year-old, indoor Boston Public Market, which is a must-visit, whether a local or a visitor to Boston. The Market is comprised of up to forty local food vendors, some of whose stories we'll hear firsthand. We'll also enjoy tastings throughout, including a popular, largely-regional doughnut*, infused maple syrups, roasted nuts, and drinking vinegars. And how could we forget seafood? Will a lobster roll tasting at a Best of Boston Fish Market do? We thought so!

In the North End (Little Italy), we'll visit THREE Best of Boston winners: a lines-out-the-door sandwich shop, a THREE-TIME Best of Boston Bread Bakery, and an award-winning pastry shop. And we'll enjoy  freshly-made cheese in a *very* hidden Old World salumeria featured on Travel Channel's "Zimmern's List".  You're not afraid of alleys, are you?

Our finale? Cannoli, of course!
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Boston Foodie Tours
Overview

Explore Boston’s culinary delights on this guided group walking tour. With a local expert leading the way, sample lobster rolls, apple cider doughnuts, maple syrups, and more at Boston Public Market. Learn about the rich food heritage of historic Little Italy as you feast on an Italian sub, taste fresh mozzarella at an old-school salumeria, gobble up cannoli. All tastings are included in this fun, convenient and delicious outing.

Highlights
  • Experience Boston’s delicious food culture with a local culinary expert

  • Learn about the history of the Boston Public Market and North End

  • Sample classic and contemporary regional dishes on a leisurely walking tour

  • Feast on beloved local delicacies and desserts, included in the tour cost

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Favorite part of Boston

This was by far our favorite part of the Boston trip. Food was amazing, guide was great. The places she took us we would have never known were there or the stories that went along with them. It is for sure a must, we will...More

Thank Katie W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Great Food! Great Guide!

My husband and I just spent 5 days in Boston and one of our highlights was definitely the Boston Public Market and North End Tour with Audrey. We have taken food tours around the world and we could really appreciate that this one included only...More

Thank J_Dalton
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
First time food tour will do again!

Great tour covered a wide variety of cuisine and uncovered the treasures of Boston. Very informative of the history too. I was at a conference for most of my stay in Boston this time, but will return to try out all the places covered, Bring...More

1  Thank cantravel14
Reviewed 30 June 2018
Fun & delicious way to spend the day!

We recently went on a tour with Audrey at the Boston Public Market & North End. While my husband and I actually had visited many of the places we went (we often seek out the Best of Boston foods on our own), it was very...More

1  Thank Kristine Y
Reviewed 26 June 2018
You will not be disappointed ( or leave hungry! )!

Donut, lobster roll, chowder, Italian sub, cannoli and more! I recently took the Boston Public Market & North End (Little Italy) Tour and all I can say is wow! I am a "native" Bostonian (via the North Shore) and I got to see things and...More

Thank C M
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Renae L
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Renae, I'm so sorry that you didn't hear from us sooner. Just realizing that inquiries are not all filtered through main page any longer. Afternoon tour includes iconic pizza and a pasta dinner finale, both of which are not... More
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