Duration: 3.5 hours;$59;Embark on a fascinating and informative guided walking food tour of Capitol Hill, a 200 year old melting pot of cultures, ethnicities, and religions! The country's largest Victorian neighborhood has been the home to laborers, craftsmen, and members of Congress alike. Here, you'll enjoy a series of dishes from restaurants and shops nestled in quaint row houses, clustered down barracks row, and located inside the district's longest running market. Sample delicious bites, which may include 18th Century inspired Anglo-Indian cuisine, award winning Soul Food, as well as handmade pastas from a critically acclaimed Italian restaurant. After finishing on a sweet note with regional American desserts from the area's newest neighborhood, venture into the town John Philip Sousa and J. Edgar Hoover called home, and where Roberta Flack started her career. After this tour, you'll fully appreciate the unique heritage, history, and local food Capitol Hill has to offer! Cancellation Policy: There are no refunds; all sales are final. The tours operate in rain or shine.
Visit the country's largest Victorian neighborhood, home to craftsmen and members of Congress alike
Visit the Country's Largest Victorian Neighborhood, Home to Craftsmen and Members of Congress Alike
Sample Delicious Bites of Food, Like Handmade Pastas from a Critically Acclaimed Italian Restaurant
Venture into the Town John Philip Sousa and J. Edgar Hoover Called Home
Georgetown Food Tour
Duration: 3.5 hours;$65;Experience the historic yet chic charm of Georgetown, an area that pre-dated Washington DC, on this guided walking food tour! On your 3.5 hour journey, you will be transported across 250+ years of history as you enjoy a unique combination of progressive, high-end cuisines and long standing DC institutions, from restaurants and shops running before prohibition, to some of the swankiest hotspots the area has to offer. Savor delicious samples, which may include handmade pastas from an award winning restaurant, handcrafted beverages from an ultra chic European influenced coffeehouse, European inspired flatbreads, and authentic southern French cuisine and pastries from a 30 year old family run cafe. Finish up by crossing the historic C&O canal and enjoying a sweet ending and drink from a bakery that originated as a printing house, a perfect way to end a day you'll never forget! Cancellation Policy: The tour operates in rain or shine. There are no refunds; all sales are final.
Experience the Historic Yet Chic Charm of Georgetown on This Guided Walking Food Tour
Enjoy a Unique Combination of Progressive, High-end Cuisines and Long Standing DC Institutions
Savor Delicious Samples, from Handmade Pastas to Handcrafted European Influenced Beverages
Finish up by Crossing the Historic C&o Canal and Tasting a Sweet Ending at a Historic Bakery
Little Ethiopia Food Tour
Duration: 3.5 hours;$52;Journey from historic U Street through the Shaw neighborhood to visit the heart of the world's largest Ethiopian enclave outside of Ethiopia! The 200,000 person community boasts over 45 Ethiopian restaurants throughout the DC area, more than any Ethiopian community in the United States. Enjoy a wide variety of foods from the area's many restaurants -- some carryout, some sit-down -- but all equally important to the Ethiopian community at large. Your gastronomic experience will chronicle the intricate flavors, textures, and colors in Ethiopian cuisine, while recounting the history of the Ethiopian people. Savor delicious samples, which may include a traditional Ethiopian breakfast, some deep fried appetizers, vegetarian and meat dishes, handmade sauces and cottage cheese, and Italian influenced desserts. You've never experienced a history lesson as delicious as this before! Cancellation Policy: The tour operates in rain or shine. There are no refunds; all sales are final.
Journey Through the Heart of the World's Largest Ethiopian Enclave Outside of Ethiopia on This Tour
Enjoy a Wide Variety of Foods from Little Ethiopia Many Restaurants, Some Carryout, Some Sit-down
Learn About the History of the Ethiopian People from your Expert Tour Guide
Savor Delicious Samples, Which May Include a Traditional Ethiopian Breakfast and Deep Fried Appetizers