Thursday, August 3, 2017

Savor the South End this Saturday!

The South End is a neighborhood of Boston bordered by Back Bay, Chinatown, and Roxbury. It is distinguished from other neighborhoods by its Victorian style houses and the many parks in and around the area. But do you know what else sets them apart from other Boston boroughs? Their restaurants and local cuisine!

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This Saturday you can savor all the food the South End has to offer by joining a walking tour hosted by Bites of Boston. At Bites of Boston Food Tours, they are passionate about all things Boston (with the fabulous food scene being no exception)! Bites of Boston finds that being a part of this city means being surrounded by an abundance of delicious and eclectic food options every day. So why not take a moment to savor it?


Mouth-watering food tastings provide the foundation for the Bites of Boston tours and they firmly believe food is best enjoyed when served in the context of your local surroundings. Their neighborhood tours are carefully curated to create just that experience for guests. By combining sweet and savory food tastings with fascinating stories, local culture, history and architecture, they have created the perfect recipe for a fun, one of a kind way to explore some of Boston’s most vibrant and tasty neighborhoods.

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Boston's South End provides the perfect ingredients for a delicious walking tour! During your stroll you will get to sample food specialties from local eateries, learn about the South End chefs and proprietors, and find out how this neighborhood’s past has contributed to its modern culture and cuisine.

Tour Info
  • When: Thursday through Sunday, April through November.
  • Time: Tours depart at 11:30am, 12:00pm and/or 12:30pm depending on the day of the week. View the tour calendar for specific times.
  • Cost: $59 Weekdays / $63 Weekends (+tax)
  • Duration: Tours last approximately 3 hours and cover under 2 miles of walking, so you can get your steps in while you eat!
  • Where: Tour meets near Massachusetts Ave. and Tremont Street. Exact location provided at time of ticket purchase.
  • What’s Included: All food tastings, enough for lunch.
  • Who: All who enjoy, walking, learning and eating!
  • Capacity: 16 people per tour.
  • Wear: Comfortable clothing and shoes. Please bring rain gear if wet weather is predicted.
  • Weather: Tour takes place rain or shine.
Tasting Info

The Elephant Walk South End
Cambodian-French fusion restaurant offering a bi-cultural menu
(Est. 1991)

Orinoco: A Latin Kitchen
A Latin kitchen inspired by family-run Venezuelan eateries
(Est. 2006)

Flour Bakery
Popular local bakery and cafe with mouth-watering pastries and delicious sandwiches
(Est. 2000)

South End Buttery
Neighborhood bakery/cafe known for coffee, cupcakes and fresh, simple, high-quality menus
(Est. 2005)

Formaggio Kitchen South End
Purveyor of fine meats, cheeses, wines and specialty products
(Est. 1999)

Stephi’s on Tremont
New American Brasserie offering sophisticated comfort food and a cozy atmosphere
(Est. 2009)

Hungry yet? We know we are! Tickets are available online for purchase prior to the tour. Check out these eclectic restaurant menus and call up your gal pals because you're in for a real treat! Join us this Saturday as we savor the South End and devour the details of this Bites of Boston tasting tour!

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