The food tour with amazing! In addition to leaving with full bellies, we learns so much about Georgetowns history. The Food tour your was organized, relaxed and flowed seamlessly.
Explore Georgetown, learning about its early iconic years ranging from the town's flour mills, meat packing district, and C&O Canal, to Julia Childs' house as we stroll off-the-beaten path for a taste from local eateries.
Starting at 2:00pm, set off on foot, walking a total of about 1.5 miles (2.5 km) with your guide, at a comfortable pace. You'll stop about every 20 minutes to visit a local eatery. We may stand or sit, depending upon the stop, while indulging in a total of four to five tantalizing food samples and one wine or Spritz pairing.
Between tastings, learn from your guide about Georgetown, its culture and architecture. Afterward, you're free to explore more on your own!
This 'eat like a local' food tour features a local deli, an Indian-owned twenty-year institution, International Spice and Olive Oil, Italian Cafe and Grocery Store, and a highly recognized military-focused American bakery. Specific establishments may vary.
The tour lasts about 3 hours. Our guide was Lydia. She was knowledgeable about the history of Georgetown. We went to 4 local establishments off the beaten path known to locals, one Polish, one Italian, one Mexican and one for dessert. Food is ample to...More
Walk was gentle; no major elevation changes. We stopped at 4 good out-of-the-way eateries. The best was Chaia, which makes outstanding vegetarian tacos. Final stop at the Dog Tag Bakery. The only thing better than their cookies is their mission.
I took this tour on 9/15/18 and thoroughly enjoyed it. Our guide, Alan, was a wealth of knowledge about Georgetown and it's history. The places we ate at were places I never would have thought of or found on my own. Most importantly for me,...More
We had an enjoyable tour with Alan through Georgetown! It was nice that the tour involved walking through less-congested areas. The food stops included substantial portions and NOT little Costco-sized bites (so come hungry and skip that huge breakfast brunch you think you may need!)...More