Yummy Walks is about giving everyone a giant, mouth-watering taste of life in Boston - the food, the culture, the history, and the people. Spend a few hours with us and see why we’re the best food tour in Boston!
Boston is known as "America's Walking City". We think walking is the best way to truly experience a neighborhood. Our tours highlight different neighborhoods that are filled with history, interesting architecture, and wonderful restaurants and markets. Trying traditional foods along the way completes the cultural experience.
We love Boston!
Alex Gagnon founded Yummy Walks Food Tours in Boston in partnership with Guide Service of Boston, Inc. At the end of a 28 day hike of the Appalachian Trail with only a handful of trail mix and an apple left, he thought about combining a great walk with plentiful food. After taking many food tours in various cities he felt that the historical aspects of the tours were lacking and often he left the tour hungry. Yummy Walks was created to combine a professional tour and a food tour in one.
Our guides are excited to show you Boston and share its history and food with you.
Chloe grew up in Boston and is a graduate of Pratt Institute. Chloe believes that experiencing new places, cultures and foods are among life's greatest joys.
After years of exploring her hometown of Boston , Diane likes to share her pride of Boston's history and her love of Italy and its food with visitors.
A Harvard Law School grad, Elliot found his love in teaching. He is fluent in French and Spanish, and a Boston foodie.
Originally from Italy, Ingrid was a long time North End resident and loves to share her passion for Italian food and culture with our guests.
Robin descriptively captures the imagination of all as they pass through her favorite parts of Boston. The sea salt rolls at Mooo and the pastas at Artu are a couple of her favorite stops.
Darlyn has been in the tour business for over 20 years starting as an “over the road” tour director and now focusing on planning and operations in the office.
Roberta has a 40 year tenure at Newbury College. Her favorite role has been professor of hospitality management. She gained experience working for Legal Seafood and loves Boston seafood and cooking.
Elisabeth has lived in London and NYC but is happy to be back in her hometown of Boston. Travel has always been an important part of her life - she loves history , architecture, food and culture.