This walking tour has it all, from some of Boston’s oldest restaurants to the North End’s newest specialty shops. You’ll have a chance to savor Boston’s best pizza, fresh oysters, authentic Italian pastry, a Martha Stewart-approved sandwich, one of the top four pastas in the U.S., and more. You’ll leave with an Italian takeaway dessert for the road.
The Little Italy Food Tour covers approximately two miles and takes about four hours. The group meets at the Millennium Bostonian Hotel, near Quincy Market [just 4 train stops from the Kendall Hotel].
Can’t make it on a Sunday? Visit Boston Foodie Tours to learn about other food-themed strolls, including the Beacon Hill & Back Bay tour and the Rose F. Kennedy Greenway food truck and celebrity restaurant tour. You can buy tickets right on the website.