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If you are new in town, it can be tricky to avoid the tourist traps and find the best places to eat. This small-group food tour lets you discover the rich history of Georgetown while visiting four of the area’s best eateries for tastings and little-known stories about the oldest neighborhood in Washington DC.
Come hungry for food and for knowledge on this historical and culinary tour of Georgetown, whose roots predate Washington DC. Learn about Georgetown's 250 years of history, from its origins as a working class port city to its current status as a trendy college neighborhood, and stop to sample a broad selection of some of the best food the neighborhood has to offer. Tastings can range from tacos to Korean tapas to French cuisine paired with wine, and all tastings are included in the price.
Follow the New York Times’ “36 Hours in Washington DC” on this carefully curated tour based on the newspaper’s popular column. You and your guide will visit the Library of Congress, drink in bars haunted by local pols, taste some of the city’s best food and learn about local politics through guided commentary. This tour accommodates a small group of just 12 travelers or fewer, which ensures each participant personalized attention from the guide.
Get a taste of Washington DC's historic U Street neighborhood on this guided culinary walking tour. Discover the history and culture of these streets, formerly known as ‘Black Broadway,’ while stopping at multiple local restaurants to sample the foods that make these neighborhoods unique. A portion of every ticket price goes to feed district residents in need.
Get to know Capitol Hill through its food and culinary culture on this guided walking tour. Listen to a guide's commentary on one of the city's oldest and historically diverse neighborhoods, stopping to sample a variety of dishes such as Anglo-Indian food, Salvadorian cuisine, soul food, and others. This small group, limited to just 12 participants, ensures personalized attention and a chance to ask questions.
Learn about Washington, DC’s thriving brewpub scene and taste a variety of award-winning beverages on a guided brewery tour. Get an inside look at how beer is made and chat with brewery owners about their operations. Visit four of DC’s top brewpubs and enjoy beer-centric food pairings, substantial enough for a meal. Round-trip transportation by bus is included.
Skip the stress of planning and navigating on your own when you book a food and walking tour of historic H Street. As you taste your way through the multicultural neighborhood, listen to little-known and sometimes controversial anecdotes about the construction of the U.S. capital. Your guide eliminates the stress of navigating on your own, which allows you to relax and enjoy views of major landmarks along the way.
Combine Old Town Alexandria cuisine and history during this half-day walking city tour during which you’ll sample local dishes you might otherwise have overlooked, ideal for first-time visitors. Get a deeper insight into the city’s history than you would alone, thanks to your guide’s sometimes scandalous stories, and pass by off-the-beaten path landmarks many travelers miss.
On this small-group wine crawl through Northern Virginia, you’ll stop at three acclaimed craft wineries and cellars. Sample over ten local reds and whites, getting an insider’s introduction to Virginia’s red-hot wine scene. Tours include snacks, bottled water, and comfortable transfers between locations, with an option for door-to-door pickup.
Enjoy delicious cuisine and live entertainment with a view of Washington, DC on this 2.5-3 hour dinner cruise along the Potomac River. On board the elegant Odyssey cruise ship, choose from one of three exquisitely decorated glass atrium dining rooms or head to the open-air observation deck to admire the view. Dine on a delicious 3-course meal, then dance the night away or see the famous sites of the nation’s capital — like the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, Reagan National Airport and much more under a moonlit sky.
Take in the city skyline during sunset in Washington DC on an all-you-can-eat buffet cruise. Board a luxury boat for a sightseeing cruise on the Potomac River with dinner and dancing while a DJ spins your favorite tunes. Pass by illuminated landmarks such as the Washington Monument and feast on a variety of delicious dishes during the cruise.
Take a break from sightseeing with a meal at the Hard Rock Cafe Washington DC. Amid musical memorabilia, enjoy a classic American dish such as a cheeseburger, hickory-smoked ribs or steak with your choice of three themed menu options. The 2- or 3-course meal includes a nonalcoholic drink (soda, coffee or tea) and dessert.
Take a break from the busy city on a five-hour wine and cheese tour from Washington D.C. Enjoy a relaxing end to end experience with round trip transportation from central meeting points. Your small group stops at two award winning vineyards to sample a wide array of wines and cheeses. After drinking and eating your fill, leave with a complimentary tote bag and wine glass.
Taste your way through Alexandria on this spirits-themed tour. Visit a winery, a brewery, and a distillery, with tastings at each location. Relax and enjoy knowing you have a knowledgeable and dedicated driver to transport the entire group safely. Water and light snacks are provided and there’s a food truck at the brewery in case you get the munchies.
Immerse yourself in multicultural Dupont Circle on a gourmet food and walking tour to the area’s best eateries. Going with a guide eliminates the hassle of navigating on your own, instead allowing you to relax and enjoy the ambiance of the neighborhood. Over the course of the afternoon, skip lines to sample locally-sourced foods from a range of international cuisines, from Moroccan to Malaysian.
Taste wine in Northern Virginia's wine country without worrying who will be the designated driver with this day trip from Washington DC. Step aboard a comfortable tour vehicle and enjoy the scenery on the journey, arriving at the Winery at Bull Run to taste some of the vineyard's best vintages.
Explore Old Town Alexandria, focusing on its food and its history, during this walking tour. Follow your guide to some of the area's historical highlights, learning about the nearly three-century history as you travel. Stop at several family-owned restaurants for regional seafood, Italian fare, fusion cuisine, and hand-crafted desserts. Tastings add up to make a full meal.
Combine tastes of Virginia's best wines with an intimate small-group experience on this wine-tasting tour from Washington, D.C. With round-trip transportation included, you'll enjoy the scenery on the journey and you don't have to worry about who will be the designated driver. All wine tastings are included.
Immerse yourself in Adams Morgan’s diverse food scene on an afternoon tour of the area’s best eateries. Over the course of the afternoon, sample dishes from a range of cuisines, from Peruvian to Nepalese. Going with a guide eliminates the stress of choosing where to dine on your own, and ensures you walk away with an inside perspective on the neighborhood.
Explore the wine-producing region of Loudon County, Virginia, on this full-day private tour from Washington DC. With your private party, travel in a comfortable SUV to three local wineries to take tours of the vineyards and cellars. Tastings are available at an additional cost. This private tour is customizable and offers the benefit of being able to travel at your own pace.
Get a feel for the DC atmosphere on an evening beer and sightseeing tour. Take the hassle out of navigating and visit three DC breweries and enjoy 12 beer samples, tours of the facilities, and tasting note information. Enjoy a hassle-free journey during this all-inclusive craft beer and cider tasting excursion.
Enjoy a private and authentic cooking class in a local home with host Casto, a pastry chef and yoga teacher. This is a perfect experience for anyone looking to connect with local culture over food. Your cooking class will take place in a local home kitchen where Casto will teach you how to make 2-3 traditional Filipino dishes from family recipes. After cooking, you will enjoy your meal together in your host's cozy, American home.
• Private cooking lesson in a local Centreville home
• Introduction to Filipino cuisine
• 100% private activity
• Experience Filipino-American hospitality in a residential neighborhood outside Washington DC
• Vegetarian and vegan options available
Expand your palate on a leisurely food tour through Little Ethiopia in the heart of U Street, Washington DC. Going with a guide allows you to skip the research and head directly to the area’s best restaurants, where you sample a variety of complex flavors—from deep-fried lentils to freshly-baked traditional breads. Throughout the tour, listen to stories oven unheard by visitors about the largest Ethiopian community outside Ethiopia.
You don’t need to fly all the way to Italy to master the art of pasta making: instead, this private, hands-on class provides all the secrets to making your own ravioli, tortellini, spaghetti, and more. Make your own way to your hosts’ home, grab an apron, and get ready to cook. With your hosts’ guidance, you’ll learn how to prepare multiple pasta varieties. At the end of class, choose to take your pasta home with you, or stay for a home-cooked meal.