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Washington D.C.s Viertel Georgetown beherbergt einige der bekanntesten Bewohner der Stadt, lokale Läden, Botschaften, und natürlich kulinarische Schätze. Auf dieser Tour essen Sie sich durch dieses bekannte und renommierte Viertel. Erfahren Sie mehr über Georgetowns frühe, ikonische Jahre, während wir die ausgetretenen Pfade für Verkostungen in verschiedenen lokalen Restaurants verlassen.

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, Okt 2018

Lydia was informative and knowledgeable regarding the history of old Georgetown, the off the beaten path places we visited were charming and wouldn’t have been discovered otherwise. I didn’t enjoy the first stops food but that was a personal preference,others did, but the history of the place recounted by Lydia was very interesting. We saw Kennedy’s home while he lived in Georgetown, Julia Child’s home where she started her culinary journey and others. Loved walking the old streets decked out in their Halloween glory. Lydia even stayed and visited with us at our last stop which was unexpected yet welcomed. Showed we weren’t just a job. Thank you Lydia!

S
, Jul 2018

This is a good food tour though it definitely caters to the average meat eating crowd. You walk approximately 2 miles in total, with the stops in between.

The first stop is at a neighborhood charcuterie. As a pescatarian who also tries to follow a gluten free diet (most of the time) this first stop didn't cut it. The empanadas looked great (hubby had one) but I was given a broccoli salad - meh. It's too bad they didn't have a vegetable empanada available because I may have cheated on my gluten diet this one time.

The next stop was at Via Umbria. Quaint little restaurant. While my party enjoyed some sort of hot chicken sandwich, I received a small endive salad with smoked salmon (lox) - meh. I like smoked salmon but if it's more cooked. A aperol spritzer is provided and it was too sweet. It would be nice if we could have a choice of drink such as wine and also if they had gluten free bread available for a vegetarian sandwich.

The third stop is at Chaia Taco. Finally something I could eat! I ordered 2 extras tacos on my own. This is a go-to destination in Georgetown and rightfully so. Their tacos are DELICIOUS!
I ordered the zucchini taco on my own and it wasn't great but the kale/potato one which comes with the tour is heavenly.

The final place is a bakery across the street. The cookies are very good - and they make some of the best chocolate coconut macaroons I've every tasted.

Our guide provided insightful information on Georgetown and DC.

A
, Okt 2017

The tour is a great opportunity to see the backstreets of Georgetown as well as posh M street. We leared about Georgetown in general Kennedy- residence, Julia Childs, the Canal...as well as the food scene and the stories about the deli' s, restaurants and stores we went to. There was a fair amount of food. They catered to specail wishes i.e. non- alcoholic drink, vegetarian... . The places we went to were kond of off the beaten path , The quality of food was good.. I have participated in tour with less explanation and lower quality food. The tour is very recommandable.

S
, Aug 2017

Fun and unique and informative tour! However, my group of 3 wished there was a bit more food and more than just cookies for dessert.

M
, Jul 2017

Was a great tour of the neighborhoods, local history, and food from great spots off the beaten path.

F
, Jul 2017

The tour guide was very knowledgeable, and tasted a side of Georgetown that would have never found on my own. Learned about how Georgetown was the local food district and we ate where the locals do away from the main shopping areas. We had a unique cocktail and also some fun historical stops like the Kennedy Home, the home and classroom of the first African American DC public school teacher - in her home, and other gems along the way.

Without giving too much away, they did a great job offering the neighborhood's past and present while connecting food and culture to the day. I've been on food tours all around the world and this one was one of my favorites. We even went to a place where the owner was featured on the history channel MEAT AMERICA.

Very happy to leave this company great review and so glad I went on it. Looking forward to joining Mangia DC Food Tours again with my family.


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