US $63

Little Italy & Jonestown Food Tour in Baltimore

Uncover the tasty history of Baltimore on a guided food tour. Discover the area's most beloved neighborhoods and the fresh delicacies that each is known for.

Duration: 3 hours
Cancellation: No refunds for cancelled bookings.

What You Will Do

  • Take part in an invigorating walking tour with a local guide, discovering the food scene in Baltimore's Jonestown and Little Italy neighborhoods
  • See legendary landmarks, including the Baltimore Jewish Museum, and hear stories about the history of each
  • Make your way into some of the best locations for Italian and Jewish food as you discover spots most tourists don't know about
  • Feast on a wide range of authentic cuisine, including house-made pastas, freshly-prepared pizza and traditional knishes

What's Included

  • Guided food tour
  • Tastings

Customer Reviews

Verified Reviews
  • 70 Ratings

  • Michele

I thought we were going to learn more about the food. I also thought that there would be some information about wines. Mostly what we learned was about the neighborhoods. I did enjoy the tour more than i actually enjoyed the food.

April 23, 2018

  • Deborah

I think it would be nice to have pictures of what things look like during the time period that was discussed to help visual the history.

September 7, 2017

  • Sharon

Molly was an ideal tour guide. Our group of 10 was compatible and fun to spend time getting to share stories. Food was okay. A non alcohol beverage should have been offered at the main lunch. I do think that a whole Attmann's sandwich was expected and as good as the pasta meal was , a small meat serving would have been appropriate. Seems like there was an informal consensus on this even if food was brought homemade. I think the information at the Francis Scott KeynHouse on how / where the flag was sewn was inaccurate..... not in the streets? but in a brewery warehouse. Excellent to hear the Jewish history , the shot tower update , current festivals and perhaps more about current neighborhood struggles could be expanded a bit more.

September 4, 2017
E Lombard St & S Exeter St, Baltimore, MD 21202, USA
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