North End & Faneuil Hall Tour - 4-hour walking tour
Mangia, mangia and more mangia! Our new North End ("Little Italy") and Faneuil Hall tour has been described as "epic"!
The tour group meets in the lobby of the lovely Millennium Bostonian Hotel, which is located steps away from Quincy Market. We'll begin our tour at the Marketplace's 180-year-old+ old food institution, where the waitresses have a reputation for being, well, a bit sassy. But a little "sass" is a small price to pay for the two traditional Boston dishes that await us. From "sassy" we'll move on to "saucey". We'll be a-dippin' our way through this stop, which, while only a year old, has won both Best of Boston and Boston's Best awards. From the new, we return to the old, the oldest continuous-running restaurant in the country, that is. If it was good enough for President Kennedy, we're confident it'll be good enough for our guests, too. And we'll find out who REALLY serves the best pizza in Boston. Iron Chef Michael Symon settled the battle once and for all on the Food Network's Food Feud. Come sample the winner's ORIGINAL version. As we continue our stroll through the North End, we'll stop at a pasta shoppe that produces one of the top four pastas in the country, and was recently featured on The Chew. Next up, Duff Goldman's favorite North End bakery. You may have seen it on his show, Suger High. We've also included one of our latest finds, a new hidden gem. And when we say hidden, we mean hidden. Wait until you see where it is! As we wind down, we'll stop for our pasta course at one of the North End's finest restaurants. And how could we end our tour without offering you one last Italian treat? Our Italian grandmothers wouldn't have it any other way.
Join us as we "Stroll. Sample. Savor. Repeat" through two of Boston's most popular areas, the North End and Faneuil Hall.
Millennium Bostonian Hotel (View)
26 North Street
Boston, MA 02109
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|