The Freedom Trail (of Food)
Boston is one of the most historically significant cities in the country, virtually every corner crowded with history. Boston's North End is one such area. With more restaurants, bakeries, and specialty food stores than any other neighborhood in Boston, we can't think of a better way to learn about the North End's history than with a slice of classic Italian-style pizza and gourmet gelato. The Off the Eaten Path food tour serves up history on a plate, maintaining that a food tour should be a balance of the neighborhood's cuisine, history, and architecture. Off the Eaten Path takes visitors through this colorful Boston neighborhood, where they can learn how to make pasta, taste organic wine, and uncover the past of "America's Little Italy." Just make sure to grab some authentic cannoli to take back to your room at our Boston waterfront hotel.
Address: 43 Fleet Street, Boston, MA 02109