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Old Town Alexandria Food Tour Print at Home Tickets Available!
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DC Metro Food Tours attraction information Per Person $62.00 $57.00

Valid until: Jan 31, 2015

This tour explores parts of the historic and architecturally unique town that has prospered for over two hundred years. Discover locally owned and operated restaurants off the beaten path in this historically rich town.

On this guided, narrated walking tour, you will experience and learn about Old Town Alexandria’s significance throughout the history of our country. During the tour, you will stop to sample specially made dishes at unique family owned restaurants.

After finishing, you will be able to truly appreciate the heritage, history, and local food in Old Town Alexandria.

Your culinary adventure may include the following specialties:

- Traditional Lebanese dishes
- Old Town’s Famous 125 year old Jelly Cake
- Globally inspired tapas
- Freshly brewed specialty teas chosen from the largest selection in the DC area
- Regional cuisine from a 100+ year old restaurant
- Local seafood specialties served in an eighteenth century captain's warehouse

Join us as we bring you through a town of stately mansions, charming row houses, and tree lined streets, encapsulating three centuries worth of charm. See what makes this former port town so charming, unique and delicious.

All dishes served are included in the tour. Enough food is served that for most participants, dinner afterwards will not be needed. Seating and special service is provided at all restaurants throughout the tour.

Thursday - Sunday between 1:00 and 4:30 pm
Blackout Dates: May 4 & 7
No Fridays in February | Running Only Saturdays in February
Running all other Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays in January!

Ticket valid until January 31, 2015.

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The Capitol Hill Culinary Experience Print at Home Tickets Available!
  Ticket Type Gate Price Your Price Qty  
DC Metro Food Tours attraction information Per Person $57.00 $52.00

Valid until: Jan 31, 2015

Join us for a walking tour of Capitol Hill, a 200 year old melting pot of cultures, ethnicities, and religions. The country's largest Victorian neighborhood has been the home to laborers, craftsmen, and members of Congress alike.

Enjoy a series of dishes from restaurants and shops nestled in quaint row houses, clustered down barracks row, and located inside the district's longest running market.

Your culinary experience may include the following specialties:

- 18th Century inspired Anglo-Indian Cuisine
- Award winning Soul Food
- Spanish Empanadas
- Eclectic seafood specialties
- Peruvian Charbroiled Chicken
- Salvadorian Beverages
- Traditional Eastern European Jewish Desserts

Let us take you to the neighborhood John Philip Sousa and J. Edgar Hoover called home. Come see where Roberta Flack started her career. Enjoy a variety of food that follows the culinary history of this diverse Washington DC neighborhood.

All dishes served are included in the tour. Enough food is served that for most participants, dinner afterwards will not be needed. Seating and special service is provided at all restaurants throughout the tour.

Saturday at 2:00 and Sunday at 2:00pm
Blackout Dates: May 4
Running all other Saturdays, Sundays in January & February!

Ticket valid until January 31, 2015.

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Eastern Market Food Tour Print at Home Tickets Available!
  Ticket Type Gate Price Your Price Qty  
DC Metro Food Tours attraction information Per Person $32.00 $29.00

Valid until: Jan 31, 2015

The first of our market tours series takes us to Eastern Market - the longest running public market in Washington DC. Still serving its original function as a public market, Eastern Market has been the center of life within Capitol Hill for over 200 years.

Part of a city-wide public market system, Eastern Market was built in order to provide a convenient supply of goods to Capitol Hill residents. It acted as an anchor to the Capitol Hill neighborhood; its presence helped to both retain and attract neighborhood residents.

Additionally, Eastern market was a symbol of urbanization, as Washington DC worked to remove the sleepy southern town image it had since the founding of the Federal city.

Our Eastern Market Food Tour will give you an inside look at the legendary market. You will have the opportunity to meet the long standing vendors and taste their specialties which include a variety of local products produced and grown within the Washington DC area.

Your Food Tour may include the following specialties:

- French Pate
- Homemade Kimchi
- Locally grown fruits
- Artisan Breads
- Spanish Ibernico ham
- Regional Cheeses
- Homemade turkey jerky
- Empenadas
- DC Half Smokes
- Eastern European Desserts

After the tour, you will understand the importance of Eastern Market within Capitol Hill as well as Washington DC.

All dishes served are included in the tour. Enough food is served that for most participants, dinner afterwards will not be needed.

Sunday 3:30pm
Blackout Dates: May 12, 19 & 26
Running all other Sundays in January & February!

Ticket valid until January 31, 2015.

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Little Ethiopia Food Tour Print at Home Tickets Available!
  Ticket Type Gate Price Your Price Qty  
DC Metro Food Tours attraction information Per Person $54.00 $50.00

Valid until: Jan 31, 2015

We will take you through historic U Street to 9th street as we visit the heart of the world's largest Ethiopian enclave outside of Ethiopia. Over 200,000 strong, the Washington DC area boasts over 45 Ethiopian restaurants, more than any Ethiopian community in the United States.

We are going to sample foods from a variety of restaurants, some carryout, some sit-down, but all important to the Ethiopian community at large.

Your gastronomic experience will chronicle the intricate flavors, textures, and colors in Ethiopian cuisine, while recounting the history of the Ethiopian people. The tour will highlight Ethiopian cuisine by stopping at a variety of restaurants, each boasting a different specialty dish.

The Food Tour may include the following specialties:

- Traditional Ethiopian breakfast
- Deep fried appetizers
- Vegetarian and meat dishes
- Hand made sauces and cottage cheese
- The Ethiopian national dish, Doro Wot
- Several homemade Ethiopian breads
- Italian influenced desserts
- Coffee ceremony

Little Ethiopia Food Tour (Saturday 10:30am)
Blackout Dates: May 4 & 18
Starting at 1240 U Street NW, Washington, DC 20009 (Outside the U Street Metro Station-African-American Civil War Memorial)


No scheduled tours running in February

Ticket valid until January 31, 2015.

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Gastronomic Georgetown Food Tour Print at Home Tickets Available!
  Ticket Type Gate Price Your Price Qty  
DC Metro Food Tours attraction information Per Person $67.00 $64.00

Valid until: Jan 31, 2015

Our latest Food Tour takes you from the chic, modern West End to the historic charm of Georgetown, and across the river to view DC from the Rosslyn skyline. You will be transported on this 3.5 hour Food Tour across 250+ years of history. Cross from the District of Columbia to the Commonwealth of Virginia and enjoy flavors closely connected to this particular region.

The Food Tour will bring together progressive, high end cuisine, with long standing DC institutions. From restaurants and shops running before prohibition, to swanky hotspots, this Food Tour brings together some of the best this area has to offer.

We will finish up our journey by crossing the historic C&O canal and enjoying a sweet ending and drink from a bakery that originated as a printing house.

The Food Tour May include the Following Specialties:

- Hand made pastas from a long time owner/chef
- Presidential favorite dishes
- Handcrafted beverages from an ultra chic European influenced coffeehouse
- High-end Turkish inspired Cuisine
- Local wine and cheese pairings
- Local specialties at a market serving the area since 1790<
- Hand crafted beverages
- Desserts from Georgetown's favorite family run bakery

Thursday through Sunday at 3:00pm
Blackout Dates: May 4, 17, 24
Running all other Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays in January & February!

Ticket valid until January 31, 2015.

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