DC Food & Wine Tours

Are you looking for food and wine tours in District of Columbia?

Check out the list below of some of our favorites.

Looking for something to do during the week?  Why not take a day trip to DC?

This small-group food tour lets you discover the rich history of Georgetown while visiting four of the area’s best eateries for tastings and little-known stories about the oldest neighborhood in Washington DC.

  • Small group (maximum 8): Ensures personal service
  • Discover Georgetown’s best places to eat and get inside tips
  • Hear stories about the history of DC’s oldest neighborhood
  • Includes tastings at 4 different eateries, and drinks

Get a taste of Washington DC’s historic U Street neighborhood on this guided culinary walking tour.

Discover the history and culture of these streets, formerly known as ‘Black Broadway,’ while stopping at multiple local restaurants to sample the foods that make these neighborhoods unique. A portion of every ticket price goes to feed district residents in need.

  • Enjoy a walking food tour in Washington DC
  • Visit the U Street neighborhood, formerly known as ‘Black Broadway’
  • Stop at local restaurants and sample a variety of dishes
  • Learn about the city’s history and culture

Get to know Capitol Hill through its food and culinary culture on this guided walking tour.

Listen to a guide’s commentary on one of the city’s oldest and historically diverse neighborhoods, stopping to sample a variety of dishes such as Anglo-Indian food, Salvadorian cuisine, soul food, and others. This small group, limited to just 12 participants, ensures personalized attention and a chance to ask questions.

  • Get to know Capitol Hill’s history and culinary traditions on a walking tour
  • Stop to taste the neighborhood’s different cuisines as you travel
  • Small group ensures personalized attention and an intimate atmosphere
  • Cuisines include Indian, soul food, Salvadoran, and others

Expand your palate on a leisurely food tour through Little Ethiopia in the heart of U Street, Washington DC.

Going with a guide allows you to skip the research and head directly to the area’s best restaurants, where you sample a variety of complex flavors—from deep-fried lentils to freshly-baked traditional breads. Throughout the tour, listen to stories oven unheard by visitors about the largest Ethiopian community outside Ethiopia.

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There you have it. I hope this helps you get out and explore more of what Virginia has to offer. What tours have you experienced or plan to add to your list? Head over to our Facebook page and share with your fellow food and wine lovers.

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