Capitol Hill Culinary Experience & Guided Tour

  • 153 Ratings
US $65
per person

Fill up on a delicious food tour of Capital Hill as you explore this historic district one bite at a time. Devour local flavors as you learn about the city's history and more.

Capitol Hill Culinary Experience & Guided Tour durationDuration:3 hours
Capitol Hill Culinary Experience & Guided Tour cancellationCancellation: No refunds for cancelled bookings.
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What You Will Do

  • Set off on a guided food tour through Capital Hill, exploring the culinary scene of this happening spot
  • Make your way to the area's finest dining destinations, learning about the places that politicians frequent the most
  • Devour a wide variety of food and flavors, including Salvadorian dishes and handmade pastas
  • Hear stories of the area's history, culture and culinary world from someone with plenty of insider knowledge

What's Included

  • Guided food tour
  • Samples

Additional Information
  • Please arrive 15 minutes before the scheduled departure time of the tour.

Customer Reviews
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  • 153 Ratings
  • Julia
October 14, 2019

The tour guide was amazing but the food was good but not stellar. The Spanish tapas were good and the Belgian food was decent but the Salvadoran food was pretty Americanized and simple.

  • Alexis
July 8, 2019

A good variety of food that we normally would have never eaten

  • Keith
May 29, 2018

I enjoyed the walk, and I'd like to go back to some of the restaurants. Allen was a good tour guide, but I was a little disappointed in his research. A couple of things bothered me. He spoke of the escape by John Wilkes Booth and that Booth left Washington and traveled to Virginia where he was caught by federal troops at Front Royal. Booth wasn't near Front Royal. Allen should look at the map and see just how far away Front Royal is. The other thing that bothered me was him referring to the military at the U.S. Marine buildings as "soldiers." Soldiers are in the Army. People in the Marine Corps are Marines, and would be very insulted if they were referred to as soldiers.


December, 2019


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