A Taste of Boston
This 3-hour historical walking food tour will begin at the Samuel Adams statue in front of the historic Faneuil Hall where guests will meet their local tour guide. The tour guide will share historical facts, interesting anecdotes and some local insider’s tips throughout the tour which will include stops at a combination of markets & historic landmarks, including a stop at the oldest Tavern in America and the place where the Boston Cream Pie originated. Tour participants will be treated to signature New England bites such as award-winning clam chowder, lobster roll, cheese, chocolate, nuts, honey, fresh fruit vinegars, wine, mead (honey wine, the oldest alcoholic drink known to man) and Boston Cream Pie. This tour includes a visit to the new Boston Public Market, an indoor public market which opened its doors in the summer of 2015. The market houses 39 year-round vendor stalls which must sell food and other products that are produced or originate in New England. The market is the first in the U.S. with an all-local food requirement. The tour will conclude at its originating spot back in front on Faneuil Hall, allowing guests to meander through Quincy Market.