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.
If you listen carefully, echoes of music still linger from historic theaters that still stand today.
Sample a quintessential DC snack and continue down the block while we reveal stories behind tucked away murals, sculptures, and the artists who created them. Look up at the Art Deco facades and discover how architecture has evolved with the city.
What’s a half smoke? Don’t worry. We explain it all along the way. After all, this is an eating tour of DC! We stop at a variety of neighborhood eateries; some famous, others hidden gems only locals know about.
Year-round! Availability changes seasonally.
Departs promptly at 11:30 a.m.
$73 for food-only tickets; $89 for food and drink tickets.
All food and drinks, enough for a meal (alcohol options available)
Who can tour?
All ages and fitness levels.
How big is the tour?
Around 16 people.
Where do we meet?
Across from the U Street Metro Station. Exact address given at time of ticket purchase.
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.