Connect to DC’s jazziest community on our stroll through the U Street corridor. Discover the foods that repaired a rioting city, and sample diverse cuisines of cultures that have come to call DC home.
If you listen closely, you might even hear some tunes from DC’s own Go-Go music!
Sample the classic flavors unique to the district and discover the new tastes that are shaping its culinary evolution as we continue down the street, while stopping to hear stories behind local murals, buildings and sculptures that define the city’s heritage.
Don’t know what a half smoke is? Don’t worry. We’ll explain it along the way, and you’ll be glad we did! After all, this is a food tour. And we believe the best way to connect to a city is through its cuisine!
Year-round! Availability changes seasonally.
Departs promptly at 11:30 a.m.
All tastings at 5 locally owned restaurants, enough for a meal!
Who can tour?
All ages and fitness levels.
How big is the tour?
Around 12 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, enjoy handmade doughnuts near a canal once used to transport goods to the West, and taste socially-conscious street food that helps feed refugees.
Take some time to create a new tradition with your friends and family this holiday season! Explore the bright lights of the Georgetown Glow Light Art Festival while discovering some delicious local flavors around the neighborhood.