The Dish: Georgetown’s Tastiest Tour

by Editorial

DC Metro Foods Tour offers 3 hours to discover and indulge in Georgetown’s best eats.
By Christina Hubmann

Flat Bread Puro. Photo by DC Metro Food Tours.

It is always the same: the hunger pains kick in, you have endless options to go and yet you always land in the same restaurant. Not today! DC Metro Food Tours offers you a special food tasting tour with the best eateries in Georgetown. And next time your decision where to go for lunch will be much easier!

The tour highlights the cuisine of favorite locally-owned and operated establishments. Don’t eat too much for lunch today because on this food tour– which lasts roughly 3 and a half hours– you get the chance to taste handmade pasta, handcrafted beverages from an European influenced coffee house or desserts from Georgetown’s favorite family run bakery.

The dishes are small meals so you can experience as many as swanky restaurants and fancy hotspots as you want. The tour ends at the historic C&O canal where you can enjoy a sweet treat from a bakery that originated as a printing house.  Join the Food Walking Tour not only to taste from all the flavors but also to see over 250 years of history of Georgetown.

The tour starts on weekend (Friday-Sunday) at 03:00 pm. You will meet at 28th and M street and you can participate for $60. For further information click on or buy your ticket HERE.

The desert. Photo by DC Metro Food Tours.

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