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The Original Foods of the Freedom Trail

Quick Details

  • Combine a tour of the historic Freedom Trail and lunch in one tour.
  • Learn about the culinary history of Boston foods.
  • Visit 12 sites on the Freedom Trail from the Boston Common through Faneuil Hall.
  • Enjoy foods that Boston is known for.

Visit restaurants along the Freedom Trail

Sample delicious food as you stroll the Freedom Trail with your knowledgeable local guide.

What to Expect

Your tour guide will greet you in the Boston Common. You will follow the famous Freedom Trail as it winds its way through Boston, seeing 12 sites in “the heart of the Freedom Trail” and enjoying the delicious food that Boston is known for. The food tour will conclude at Quincy Market and close to public transportation.


Chef-owner Jamie Mammano (whose other restaurants include Mistral, Teatro, Sorellina and L’Andana) channels his culinary creativity with modern interpretations of classic dishes.

Luke’s Lobster

Luke’s Lobster provides traceable, sustainable seafood. They work directly with fishermen to hand pick the best seafood and bring it straight to their own seafood company.

Bell In Hand Tavern

This is American’s oldest tavern founded in 1795. A gathering place for printers and politicians, sailors and even Daniel Webster, it became the most famous alehouse in the city.

The Popover Lady

Early English settlers in the American colonies brought their recipes with them. The recipes were then adapted. And the popover was the delicious result.

Red Apple Farm

Over 100-year-old, 4th generation New England family farm! An experience as American as apple pie!

Union Oyster House

The Union Oyster House enjoys the unique distinction of being America’s oldest restaurant, serving food since 1826. The building dates back to Pre-Revolutionary days.