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Georgetown Foodie Tour and Neighborhood Walk

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icon3 hours  (Approx.)
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iconOffered in: English and 4 more
Good for avoiding crowds


Put down your guidebook and skip the stress of navigating on your own when you book a gourmet food and walking tour through historic Georgetown. Your guide takes you off the beaten path to highly-rated establishments, from a deli loved by locals to an Indian restaurant that’s been around for 20 years. Along the way, see hidden landmarks often missed by visitors, including Julia Child’s former home.
  • Explore historic Georgetown on foot with a guide
  • Visit several eateries, delis, and bakeries as you discover the neighborhood's culinary highlights
  • Receive special deals and discounts to use at select locations
  • Carry on independently with suggestions from your knowledgable guide
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2.5 - 3.5 hour walking tour
Tastings and one pairing included (alcoholic/non alcoholic options)
Professional guide
Future visit offers' from the establishments we visit
Vegetarian options available
Hotel pickup and drop-off

Departure Point

28th St NW & Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20007, USA

Return Details

Returns to original departure point
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Minimum drinking age is 21 years; all participants must present a valid photo ID to consume alcohol
  • Please specify any dietary restrictions in the Special Requirements field at time of checkout
  • Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
  • Stroller accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 14 travelers
  • OPERATED BY Mangia DC Food Tours

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund.

  • This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund.

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What is the maximum group size during Georgetown Foodie Tour and Neighborhood Walk?
A:This activity will have a maximum of 14 travelers.

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Great food an experience
, Nov 2019
I greatly enjoyed this tour and the experience. My tour guide was phenomenal and the food was amazing. Would definitely recommend this tour.
Not very well paced
, Oct 2019
Very slow paced... got bored not even half way through. There was not adequate seating at one of the restaurants. The history was mainly about different houses in the neighborhood.
, Oct 2019
Marsha was the perfect host. Georgetown is even better on foot and the iconic restaurants were perfect. Even the rain could not dampen this fun day.thank you for a great experience. We would definitely recommend this to our friends😊
icon Response from Host , Oct 2019
What great feedback Climber... this make me smile. I will be sure let Marsha know and hope you join one of our other experiences In the future!
Great tour!
, Oct 2019
Alan was very knowledgeable and did a good job. The food portions were more than I expected ...enough for lunch and dinner...and it was delicious! I reccomend this tour.
Great tour
, Oct 2019
Marsha is such a great and impressive lady and tour guide. So knowledgeable, Informative, and accommodating. Would highly recommend her as a tour guide.
, Oct 2019
The 4 stops were great. Food was unique and delicious! Our guide was informative and funny. Beautiful area.
Very good toir
Catherine S
, Sep 2019
Marcia, the tour guide, was excellent. Could be more food stops in the 3 hours since 4 seems low but the history of Georgetown made up for it.
Fun in Georgetown
, May 2019
Lydia did a great job...arrive hungry, the portions are big! Lots of fun, lovely walk around a beautiful section of DC!
Lovely Tour
, Oct 2018
Lydia was informative and knowledgeable regarding the history of old Georgetown, the off the beaten path places we visited were charming and wouldn’t have been discovered otherwise. I didn’t enjoy the first stops food but that was a personal preference,others did, but the history of the place recounted by Lydia was very interesting. We saw Kennedy’s home while he lived in Georgetown, Julia Child’s home where she started her culinary journey and others. Loved walking the old streets decked out in their Halloween glory. Lydia even stayed and visited with us at our last stop which was unexpected yet welcomed. Showed we weren’t just a job. Thank you Lydia!
If you're a vegetarian/pescatarian or gluten free read this
, Jul 2018
This is a good food tour though it definitely caters to the average meat eating crowd. You walk approximately 2 miles in total, with the stops in between. The first stop is at a neighborhood charcuterie. As a pescatarian who also tries to follow a gluten free diet (most of the time) this first stop didn't cut it. The empanadas looked great (hubby had one) but I was given a broccoli salad - meh. It's too bad they didn't have a vegetable empanada available because I may have cheated on my gluten diet this one time. The next stop was at Via Umbria. Quaint little restaurant. While my party enjoyed some sort of hot chicken sandwich, I received a small endive salad with smoked salmon (lox) - meh. I like smoked salmon but if it's more cooked. A aperol spritzer is provided and it was too sweet. It would be nice if we could have a choice of drink such as wine and also if they had gluten free bread available for a vegetarian sandwich. The third stop is at Chaia Taco. Finally something I could eat! I ordered 2 extras tacos on my own. This is a go-to destination in Georgetown and rightfully so. Their tacos are DELICIOUS! I ordered the zucchini taco on my own and it wasn't great but the kale/potato one which comes with the tour is heavenly. The final place is a bakery across the street. The cookies are very good - and they make some of the best chocolate coconut macaroons I've every tasted. Our guide provided insightful information on Georgetown and DC.

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