- 115 Ratings
Historic Old Town Alexandria Food Tour
Explore Alexandria one bite at a time on a guided food tour full of flavor. Sample cuisine from all over as you learn about this historic neighborhood and more.
What You Will Do
- Get the best of both worlds on a combo tour through Old Town Alexandria where you check out the food scene and local architecture
- Hit up family-owned restaurants along the way, tasting everything from freshly-baked artisan bread to a famous jelly cake that dates back over 100 years
- Hear stories of the area's history, culture and culinary world from someone with plenty of insider knowledge
- Feast your eyes on the town's incredible design as you walk by mansions, row houses and more
- Guided food tour
Please arrive 15 minutes before the scheduled departure time of the tour.
- 115 Ratings
I wish we knew how long the tour would be. Also, the second restaurant didn’t have a great vegetarian option for the value we paid. Others got fish, we got veggies. I would have hopped for a more creative option worth the value. Otherwise lots of great history and stories during the tour. And really loved the setting of the restaurants that were picked.
Pablo was an excellent guide, informative and fun to spend the afternoon with. Loved our restaurants and the food was outstanding.
Tour guide was great and so were the restaurants. Was very nice learning about the history of the town and periodically stopping to have some great food. Would do again with a friend or try another DC food tour.
I didn’t expect foreign food on a tour of an historic old town.
Loved Jennifer! Great mix of food and history
- Wilson & Rebecca
It was more than we expected in both the historical tidbits and the variety of the food selections. It has spurred us to check out some of the other local food tour options (DC and Annapolis).
Great tour to get a history of Alexandria and tour of the eating establishments there.
Was not impressed with the food at the last 2 stops.
Our guide Pablo was very knowledgeable, funny and pleasant, our diverse group of 14 was very interactive and from multiple places like New Zealand, Pittsburgh, Rochester, Buffalo which led to interesting conversations, it was a good mix of walking the very crowded center of Old Town where many artists were showing there wares, and 4 visits to restaurants to relax and taste the food ( Italian, Lebanese
My mother in law and her sister from Washington State can't quit telling everyone about their tour of Old Town Alexandria, the food was great and the stories were so informative.