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Italian Food Tour

Italian Food Tour
Food, Wine & Nightlife > Food Tours > Culinary & Gourmet Tour
$45
Duration: 100 minutes
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Check out the video!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vlL1DrGJkDg&t=3s

On the Italian Food Tour, we take you through some of the finest pizzerias, salumerias, wineries and coffeeshops in the area. Watch regular patrons stare enviously on as we skip lines to get delicious pizza from Pizzeria Regina (the original location of this famous pizzeria, known for its brick oven), Monica’s Mercato (voted the best Italian sub in Boston: see why!) and round the tour off with desserts from the renowned Mike’s Pastries. All the while, we show you the sights and sounds of Little Italy, an area intimately tied to Boston folklore with significance dating back into the 1800s.

Tours are every Saturday and Sunday at 1 & 3pm. All tours start at the Old North Church which is located at 193 Salem Street in Boston. It is a walking tour so please dress accordingly. We walk by some of the most historical landmarks while getting full on some of the best food the city has to offer. Food is of course included! Food stops included are Pizzeria Regina, Monicas Mercato & Mikes Pastrys. Some historical landmarks we walk past include the oldest cemetery in Boston, Faneuil Hall & more!! The tour typically lasts about an hour and 40 min. Most importantly we strive on making sure you have a fun time!

Check out the video!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vlL1DrGJkDg&t=3s

On the Italian Food Tour, we take you through some of the finest pizzerias, salumerias, wineries and coffeeshops in the area. Watch regular patrons stare enviously on as we skip lines to get delicious pizza from Pizzeria Regina (the original location of this famous pizzeria, known for its brick oven), Monica’s Mercato (voted the best Italian sub in Boston: see why!) and round the tour off with desserts from the renowned Mike’s Pastries. All the while, we show you the sights and sounds of Little Italy, an area intimately tied to Boston folklore with significance dating back into the 1800s.