for the District and the people we've met all over the world
and see why it's one of our favorite streets in the District!
Tickets now available for this diverse and delicious experience
From $73 | Our Favorite Street in the City!
Pick up tea from a fifth generation herbalist while we stroll and chat about the heydays of “Black Broadway” and who gave it the moniker and the role it played during the Jazz Era.
$84 | Taste the Diversity of DC's Oldest Neighborhood!
Sample Southern comfort food in a Prohibition-era bar where John F. Kennedy proposed to Jackie Bouvier, sip tea near a canal once used to transport goods to the West, and taste socially-conscious street food that helps feed refugees.
As DC’s first one-for-one food tour, a portion of every ticket sale goes to feed a local district resident in need. We are able to do this through our partnership with Bread For the City. Just our small way of giving back and supporting this great city and its people.
Learn more about Bread For the City.
It doesn’t matter if you’re visiting for the weekend or planning a special event with friends; our itineraries are designed to make you feel more like travelers discovering a new city than Segway-riding tourists being herded like cattle. We focus on local, community-driven restaurants whose food isn’t only delicious; but also reflects the city’s dynamic culture. Combine good eats with discovering cool facts about the city’s evolving music scene and ever-changing architecture, and you’ve got yourself quite a perfect day.
"I have lived in the U Street area for 4 years, and am a self-professed foodie, but even still, learned SO much about my neighborhood and the places we stopped at for tastings!"
- Aparna Krishnamoorthy
"A nice feature of this socially responsible team is that they give a portion of each tour to Bread for the City, a local food charity."
- Johanna Mendelson Forman
"In speaking to Stefan and Mary at the end of the tour, one thing is evident: they are all about sharing the local DC experience with visitors and locals alike."
- Jessica van Dop DeJesus