Take a journey through one of the nation's largest historic districts that was once home to both George Washington and Robert E Lee.
You will have the opportunity to meet the long standing vendors, and taste their specialties that include a variety of local products produced within the Washington DC area.
A diverse, eclectic mix of bars, restaurants, and historic buildings married with modern art and ethnic enclaves marks the DC's Adams Morgan neighborhood.
Our Tours and events chronicle the intricate flavors, textures, and colors in one of the worlds great cuisines, while recounting the history of the Ethiopian people and their journey to Washington DC.
Eastern Market is the oldest continuously running food market in the Washington, DC area.
Long before it became popular by the Kennedys and the home of high end retail and fashion, Georgetown was a working class port city pre-dating the Federal City of Washington DC.
Its roots are still very much alive and can be seen in the red brick townhomes, and turn of the century factories that are found throughout the area.
For decades the destination has been known for great nightlife as well as some of the most diverse cuisine in Washington DC.
Del Ray, Old Town Alexandria's first suburb brings together a historic main street with small town charm only minutes from Washington DC.
We offer 14 walking food tours available for individual purchase in unique, exciting neighborhoods (and counting) to choose from, with options available throughout the week at price points for nearly any budget.
Along with highly ranked Food Tours, we offer combinations of culinary events and activities for customized private tours, developed by an award winning creative team, and executed in cooperation with our sister company 4Lobe.
Enjoy specialties while expanding and challenging your palette with an array of flavors, tastes, and textures.