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Small-Group Tastes of Georgetown Walking Tour

  • Small group ensures personal service
  • Led by a local guide
  • Get inside tips from a local
Small-Group Tastes of Georgetown Walking Tour
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Small-Group Tastes of Georgetown Walking Tour
Discover the rich history of Georgetown on an afternoon food tour, capped at 8 people or fewer to ensure a memorable and tailored experience. Rather than plan and navigate on your own, accompany a guide to 4 of the neighborhood’s best eateries for complimentary tastings and little-known stories about the oldest neighborhood in Washington DC.
What to Expect
Meet your guide at the first restaurant stop, where they will begin by telling you a little more about the company and give you an overview of your tour. You know what to expect and lay out the goals for your experience on tour.

The tour will stop at approximately four restaurants during the three-hour tour. Between food tastings at the restaurants, your guide will stop and share the unique history of the Georgetown neighborhood along the way. We provide more than just a sampling of random delicious bites; our guides use the tastings we offer to help tell the story of the neighborhood that you explore with us.

Please note that this tour ends at the last restaurant stop. Your guide will be happy to help you if you need directions to your hotel or to the next thing on your DC itinerary.
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Food was good, I would have liked to add another restaurant or so

The history of Georgetown was great, host very knowledgeable. Some of the foods I would not have tried without being taken to the restaurants chosen. I wish there was 1 more restaurant on the tour. I do not usually eat cucumbers and 2 of the...More

Thank Bruce R
marycollins12, Owner at Carpe DC Food Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Hi Bruce~ Thank you for taking the time to provide us with a review; we appreciate your feedback. We always do our best to accommodate dietary restrictions and allergies. Even though it does not sound like cucumbers presented a health risk, please know that we...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Despite the pouring rain, we had a great time

The sampling seems to be a fair cross-section of what Georgetown has to offer, interspersed with historical facts from a very knowledgable guide. The dessert at the end is fantastic.

Thank Craig S
Reviewed 1 July 2018 via mobile
Great food walking tour

This was a fantastic walking tour! Laura was a great tour guide. We stopped at five different places and all of them were delicious. Do not eat a big breakfast before you go on this tour! The information provided about Georgetown was really interesting too!...More

Thank Alysia C
Reviewed 24 June 2018
Great Georgetown Food Tour with eclectic mix of dishes

Stefan was our tour guide and he walked us around Georgetown for 3 hours. He took us to five food stops and intermixed the local history of the Georgetown in between. We stopped at a doughnut place, a middle eastern fast-casual place, a local tavern,...More

Thank Dan C
Reviewed 7 June 2018
Food and History

We managed to be the only folks on our tour. The tour was unlike others we have experienced, encompassing both delicious food and a decent amount of history. Our guide was friendly and knowledgeable. The stops all had good food (and fun owner/operators to talk...More

Thank ElderTode
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Anna R
26 June 2018|
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Response from TJP66 | Reviewed this property |
Yes it is stroller friendly.
Robert H
3 June 2018|
Response from TJP66 | Reviewed this property |
Total walking is probably a mile. Longest time 20 minutes at once. You stop at different places to try the food. So there’s a break in all the walking.