What exactly is a food tour and why do you need to “take a bite” out of one of these opportunities? Because it’s a fun food filled adventure that’s why!

dcmftDC Metro Food Tours offers fourteen food tours in different locations all around the DC and Virginia area. Here you will find the DuPont Circle food tour, Federal Hill tour, Little Italy, Little Ethiopia tours, and so much more. Whether you are just popping into the city for the night, or plan to stay a week, DC Metro Food Tours will have a tour for you day or night.

Ranging from 2-3 hours depending on the tour, you can spend your afternoon in Old Town Alexandria, at the Eastern Market, or even on Capital Hill. Instead of visiting museums and monuments check out some of the best food spots where you will get to mix and mingle with locals, fellow foodies, and even enjoy cocktails and wine.

Got a group? DC Metro Food Tours also does private tours where you can brunch, lunch, or dine during dinner hours with your own tour guide and tour choice. You can choose a food tour like the one I did in DuPont Circle, or you can choose a dine around, cooking class, bar/ pub crawl, wine and brewery tour, or something a little more educational. Whatever you want, DC Metro Food Tours has an option and a guide for you.

ftc 2014 logoThese tours are great for families, friends, first dates, and or when you want a little adventure and a lot of great food! Washington DC is becoming a foodie destination, and its time you took a trip there. DC is close to Virginia and the Metro transit system stops everywhere you need to go…so what’s your holding you back? Nothing! Book a food tour HERE.

Not in DC? The Food Tour Corporation has tours all over the USA just for you!