1.7 mile flat walk over 3 hours
3 sit down restaurants
Try Boston's most famous Seafood Chowder
Have a cup of award winning Clam Chowder
Can not accommodate anyone with seafood or shellfish allergies
A mix of the old Boston and new establishments
Seasonal Tour available May-October
Your tour guide will greet you at under the brick arch adjacent to the Boston Harbor Hotel and you will walk along the waterfront and explore the Seaport District, stopping along the way to sample some of Boston’s freshest seafood and chowders. The tour will conclude with a sweet treat within sight of your starting point and close to public transportation.
Some of the best seafood in America can be found in Boston. Just think of lobster rolls, chowder (or chowda, if you’re from Boston), fish and chips, fresh oysters and clams casino, among others–all these foods originated in New England and have become a part of the American tradition. Everyone always asks where they can get the best seafood and chowder when they come to Boston. Our Yummy Walks Food Tours in Boston takes you to the Seaport District where you will enjoy dramatic views of Boston’s downtown skyline as we stroll along the HarborWalk. The HarborWalk is designed to connect the water’s edge and city’s open space system in a working industrial port. The seafood is local and fresh.
No Name Restaurant
New stop coming in 2020
James Hook & Co. is 3rd generation family business. Many things have changed since 1925, but one thing that hasn't changed is their commitment and dedication to quality seafood.
Strega Waterfront features seafood with an Italian twist. Owned by Nick Varano, one of Boston's leading restaurateurs with authentic dishes by Sicilian Chef Salvatore Firicano.
Luke's Lobster works with and supports trusted fishermen to serve sustainably caught seafood fresh off the dock. Voted best lobster roll by Zagat, Thrillist and Serious Eats.
Joanne Chang, owner , is a James Beard Outstanding Baker winner. She was seen on Throwdown with Bobby Flay on the Food Network in which Joanne’s sticky buns won over Chef Flay.
Absolutely not! Our tours combine architectural commentary, historical facts, local culture and culinary insight into a unique 3-hour experience. Imagine walking through Boston eating our local artisans most delicious foods while learning the neighborhoods from real locals.
Please let us know if anyone in your group has a dietary restriction when purchasing your tickets. As long as we know well in advance, we can often accommodate your needs. If we do not find out about your dietary restrictions until the day of the tour, it is usually impossible for us to accommodate your needs. Additionally, there are some foods on the tour that are very difficult to replace depending on the shop or restaurant. At these stops, you may not be able to participate in the food portion of the stop, depending on your specific dietary restriction. We will always do our best to accommodate each person’s needs. Please contact before booking if you would like to confirm ahead of time whether or not your dietary restriction can be accommodated.
Please note that none of our tours are gluten free or dairy free and only the North End tour is vegetarian.
Yes, bathrooms are available during the tour at selected food-tasting locations.
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Our group of 6 absolutely loved this tour. There was no skimping on the food. All foods tasted wonderful and we enjoyed the restaurants we visited.The info we received and the samples were the best. We all said that the seafood chowder at No Name Restaurant was some of the best any had ever had.