Explores Baltimore's best preserved historic district, Fell's Point, an area founded nearly 280 years ago. Learn about the significance of this small town once separated from Baltimore as you sample specially made dishes at unique family-owned restaurants.
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- Set off on a guided food tour through Baltimore’s Fell’s Point, a local district that’s almost 300 years old
- Hear stories of the town’s history, culture, and food scene from someone with plenty of insider knowledge
- Weave in and out of family-owned restaurants, getting a chance to sample delicious cuisine from all over the globe
- Prepare to fill up on everything from Spanish tapas to Polish fare, while also enjoying a dessert and cocktail
- Guided food tour
Aug 26, 2019
We included in our registering for the tour that one of us was gluten-free and did not eat red meat. There was little attention paid to this, with one restaurant seeming to have taken notice and attending to it. The tour guide did not follow up on this even when reminded of the issue at the first restaurant (which happened to be the restaurant that accommodated us).
Jul 30, 2019
We really enjoyed our guide Suzanne!
Jul 22, 2019
For an event marketed as a "food tour," there seemed to be remarkably little consideration towards the food itself. We were shuffled to a total of 4 random restaurants and given disparate foods that did not pair well at all. (Side note: a food tour and a historical neighborhood tour are pretty different concepts, and I feel like we were taken on a historical tour with the bare minimum food thrown in for it to not be a scam.) The fact that the menu was not told to guests ahead of time, meant that we showed up on a day that was 103 degrees and were forced to eat creamy seafood soups and mussels- a choice no sane person would make in a heat advisory. Our guide, bless her heart, was fairly unfamiliar with area, as she told us she usually does the Annapolis tour but "everyone called out" except for her. Lastly, for a ticket price of $65+, I do NOT want to share plates with strangers. It is completely absurd that 8 strangers were given two bowls of guacamole to share amongst themselves. By and large, I found this tour to be a complete waste of time and money.
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