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Boston Public Market & North End (Little Italy) Tour

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  • 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
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Boston Public Market & North End (Little Italy) Tour
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Boston Public Market & North End (Little Italy) Tour
From US$68.00
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.
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Stop At: North End

This walking tour begins INSIDE of the street-level lobby of 296 State Street, which is also known as the Boston Marriott Long Wharf. Our group will convene at the foot of the escalator. The tour starts at 10:00 a.m., with the exception of Saturdays, when it begins at 9:30 a.m.
On Fridays and Saturdays only, our tour route will bring us through the 200+-year-old Haymarket Market, where we'll enjoy meet-and-greets with a few vendors, and, depending upon availability, will sample exotic fruits. Next up, the Boston Public Market, which houses thirty-five local food vendors. Here, we'll enjoy a regional doughnut (okay, maybe two!), infused maple syrups, one of Boston's best lobster rolls, and flavored roasted nuts. Iconic chowder/lunch follows at a historical restaurant that Forbes has recognized as one of the world's Ten Classics. After lunch, we'll visit the North End/Little Italy, where we'll experience two hidden gems: a three-time Best of Boston Bread Bakery, and a salumeria that was featured in 2018 on the Travel Channel's Zimmern's List, AND the Food Network's "Beat Thing That I Ever Ate". Our final stop: A well-known bakery (institution, really) whose cannoli appears on Thrillist's top 50 must eats in Boston. You didn't think we'd let you leave us without one, did you?

Duration: 3 hours
Reviews (28)
1 - 5 of 23 reviews
Reviewed 6 days ago
Fantastic, personalized tour!

My husband and I were lucky enough to get a private tour with Audrey, and she tailored it to suit our tastes at the last minute! We are both pescatarians, and instead of taking us to the famous chowder spot that puts bacon in their...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank msputterman
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Awesome tour!

Audrey was super easygoing and highly informative! She really knows Boston food and has made valuable connections with local iconic restaurants, stores, chefs, owners, and food artisans. My husband and i enjoyed stops at the Boston Public Market and a few other amazing places in...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank MsKMiss
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Great combo of tasty food and history

Enjoyed the tour very much. Guide Audrey was very knowledgeable and easy going. The food was all very good and it was nice to learn about each stop along the way. If I ever return to Boston I would go on a different tour with...More

Thank alexs375
Reviewed 2 November 2018
Great Tour!

We had a great time on this tour and would highly recommend it to anyone spending time in Boston! The tour guide was great and we really enjoyed the food stops that we made during the tour!

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Z7205RLjeremyl
Reviewed 22 October 2018 via mobile
Loved our tour!!!

Audrey was a fantastic tour guide and a wonderful wealth of knowledge of Boston!!! The tour was informative as well as filling!!! We made several stops at the Public Market as well as the The Union Oyster House restaurant, several stops in the North End...More

Thank 671lindam
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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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