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Rome Evening Food Experience

  • 4-hour Rome food evening walking tour
  • Learn about Rome’s history and rich food and wine heritage
  • Enjoy six food stops at trattorias, food stalls, and upscale restaurants
Rome Evening Food Experience
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Rome Evening Food Experience
From US$114.69
Savor the flavors of Rome on a 4-hour evening food experience. With a sommelier-guide, learn about Roman cuisine and visit six food stops, including upscale eateries, 'trattorias' (informal restaurants), and food stalls to taste local treats and delicacies. Sample Prosecco and Rome-Jewish staples like deep-fried artichokes, savor pizza and 'gelato' (ice cream), and enjoy Roman pasta and wine at a restaurant overlooking the Pantheon. Tastings, equivalent to a 4-course dinner, included.
What to Expect
Meet your guide and group of no more than six in the early evening near Rome’s Piazza delle Tartarughe. Your tour coincides with aperitivo time, when locals enjoy pre-dinner drinks and snacks.

Hear about this tradition from your sommelier-guide and begin your stroll to discover the city’s culinary highlights. Venues may vary, but your route will include six food stops with tastings equivalent to a 4-course dinner.

Start at a welcoming bar, and enjoy a glass of Prosecco and finger food. Then, head into Rome’s former Jewish ghetto, one of the world’s oldest still-lived-in Jewish quarters. Stroll through piazzas and lanes as your guide details Jewish cuisine, and how it provided the foundation of Roman gastronomy.

Visit an eatery to sample the Roman-Jewish staples of artichoke alla giudia (deep-fried artichoke) and fiori di zucca (fried, stuffed zucchini flowers) teamed with more Prosecco.

As the Italian adage ‘l'appetito vien mangiando’ – ‘appetite comes with eating’ goes, feel your hunger build, and then continue into Rome’s historical center.

While you walk and talk, pass some famous landmarks, and hear about their history and connections with Roman food. Learn how Rome’s street food obsession grew during the 1960s and ‘70s, and sample pizza al taglio (pizza by the slice). Savor the authentic flavors, and learn about pinza, Rome’s lighter version of pizza, and the difference between thick and thin pizzas.

Then, head inside one of Rome's most glamorous restaurants, overlooking the 2nd-century Pantheon. Savor homemade pasta with local wine as you admire the floodlit building, and learn about Roman pasta and the significance of your dish.

Next, visit a popular gelateria (ice cream parlor) where the ice cream is made with season-fresh ingredients, and enjoy some of Rome’s most acclaimed gelato.

Your tour then finishes in central Rome.
Reviews (16)
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Fantastic Evening

My mother and I were only in Rome for two nights and I booked this tour as something completely different for us to try and was not disappointed at all. Our guide was amazing, as was the food and drink. There was so much food...More

Thank tifvanders
Reviewed 28 October 2018 via mobile
Regional Food and History - Win Win!

Our loss of this American to Rome was our guide Jill! Not only did she cover where the food, wine, Prosecco, and beer was coming from but how each item was created. My husband and I were thoroughly entertained. Then on top of the food...More

Thank TammySnellville
Reviewed 10 October 2018
Engaging, insightful, and best Pistachio gelato!

We had the Rome Food Small Group Tour with Melanie. She was very passionate about food and history, and we had a wonderful time touring the Jewish Ghetto and Pantheon area. It was a five course meal spread over 5 different places, and we totally...More

Thank FatboyRed
Reviewed 22 September 2018 via mobile
Jewish Ghetto and Food Walking Tour

This was a highlight of out time in Rome. Rachel was friendly, engaging, knowledgeable and a wonderful guide. Would highly recommend this experience.

Thank LoveTravel817770
Reviewed 13 July 2018
Great food and history tour

Our family of four (including our two teenage girls) had a wonderful time on this tour. A lovely couple completed our group of six. Our guide, Laura, was very gracious and knowledgeable about the history of Rome and the food and wine. The Jewish quarter...More

Thank Soni G
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