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Plan Your Group Tour

Yummy Walks are Food Tours ideal for groups looking to do something fun and different.  These tours will cover historical aspects of Boston with the addition of tasty food representative of the area. 

Let us provide a unique experience for your group.  Your guests can take any of our food tours A Yummy Walk will be the  highlight of their trip to Boston!

Yummy Walk Food Tour is perfect for

  • Corporate Events
  • Meeting and Convention Activities
  • Family and Tour Travel
  • Group Tours
  • Field Trips
  • Wedding Guest Activities
  • Bridal Showers
  • Team-Building Activities
  • New Employee Socials
  • And More….

We can accommodate all size groups.  Every 16 people will have their own guide to make it a more intimate experience.

These are walking tours and guests should be able to walk at a leisurely pace. At this time, we can not substitute foods. Our tours include plentiful amounts of food,  so please do not schedule a lunch the day of your tour.

Tours run all year in all weather!

Private Tours

Private Yummy Walks are a great way to get to know a neighborhood and discover new and tasty places to eat. Small size groups of 16, each with their own guide, adds to a more intimate experience for large groups.

  • Can accommodate 10-48 guests
  • Choice of any of our tours
  • Flexible times and dates
  • A unique group experience
  • Lots of fun!


  • Private tours require a minimum of 10 guests and are priced at $75 per person.  An additional  18% gratuity for the tour guide will be added on.
    • 10-16 People (One Guide)
    • 17-32 People (Two Guides)
    • 33-48 People (Three Guides)


  • A $100 non-refundable deposit is required to hold a specific date and time per tour.
    • Remaining balance is due 3 weeks prior to tour date.  No refunds are given for no shows.

What to Expect

Group tours are priced per guide and every 16 people will have their own tour guide. To ensure a smooth experience, each group of 16 will be scheduled to begin their tour 30 minutes apart for the Foods of the Freedom Trail Tour. Groups on the North End and Seafood and Chowder tours can begin at the same time, taking slightly different routes but all finishing the tour at the same time.

Have questions? Here’s the most frequently asked.