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Chocolate Truffle Making Workshop

Chocolate Truffle Making Workshop - Boston, Massachusetts

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Boston, Massachusetts

From USD
$85.00

Our workshops are lead by experienced chefs who clearly love what they do. We design our classes for foodies with a sweet tooth at any level ... More info ›

Our workshops are lead by experienced chefs who clearly love what they do. We design our classes for foodies with a sweet tooth at any level. You don’t need any specialized knowledge or formal training in the field.

You will leave the  Chocolate Workshop with lots of truffles for you to indulge in by yourself or to show off to your friends and family.  You will also learn useful tips on tasting, buying and storing fine chocolate.

Boston Chocolate School is a deliciously exciting and fun new way to treat yourself and a friend to a workshop.

About the Boston Chocolate Workshops

Our hands-on chocolate workshops provide a marvelous way to spend a Saturday afternoon among friends. Even culinary novices will leave with a full understanding of where chocolate has come from and where it’s going. Learn to make show-stopping truffles filled with anything from champagne cream to chocolate peanut butter.

It’s surprisingly easy once you understand a few essentials (plus a few secrets from one of our master chocolatiers). See the rave review on this class in the Boston Globe.    

Here are some of the fascinating things included in your Boston Chocolate School workshop:

  1. Understand the chocolate process from bean to bar.
  2. Learn about chocolate history and how a bitter fruit became the “chocolate” we know and love today.
  3. Roll and dip your own truffles in a variety of delicious toppings.
  4. Create amazing molded chocolates.
  5. Find out all you need to know about piping, shaping, and coating.
  6. Learn to package your handiwork for maximum “wow factor”.
  7. Discover why today’s varietal chocolates are becoming wildly popular.

You will leave the Chocolate Workshop with lots of truffles for you to indulge in by yourself or to show off to your friends and family.  You will also learn useful tips on tasting, buying and storing fine chocolate.

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Boston Brewery Tour plus Lunch or Dinner

Boston Brewery Tour plus Lunch or Dinner - Boston, Massachusetts
Star Rating

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Boston, Massachusetts

From USD
$99.00

Indulge in Boston's brewery scene on morning and evening tours that include upwards of 15 beer tastings, lunch or dinner. Learn about the history and mechanics of brewing beer, and visit venues that may include Sam Adams, Cambridge Brewing Company, and The Meadhall ... More info ›

Indulge in Boston's brewery scene on morning and evening tours that include upwards of 15 beer tastings, lunch or dinner. Learn about the history and mechanics of brewing beer, and visit venues that may include Sam Adams, Cambridge Brewing Company, and The Meadhall. If you choose the evening tour, you'll get a chance to learn about a group of small beer-making operations that make up Boston's nanopub scene. No matter what option you select, expect to make new friends, sample a wide variety of beers and relax knowing you have a designated driver.

Immerse yourself in Boston's lively beer scene on guided morning and evening brew tours. Chat with brewery owners as you explore the equipment used to make beer, learn about the brewing process, and sample all kinds of suds!
See below for details on each tour.

Original Brew Tour

Meet your guide in downtown Boston in the morning, and travel by comfortable bus to four different Boston breweries. Let your guide introduce you to award-winning pilsners, stouts and other beers and explain the history and specialties of each brewery you visit.

The locations vary depending on the day you take your tour. Sam Adams, Cambridge Brewing Company, Night Shift, Mystic Brewery, Downeast Cider or Beer Works are among the breweries you might go.

A visit to Sam Adams reveals how the popular label uses artesian imported hops and fresh malt. Cambridge Brewing Company, the oldest brewery-restaurant in the Boston area, offers up sips of handcrafted, award-winning beers. Agave nectar, pink peppercorn and habanero peppers are among the unusual ingredients that might tickle your taste buds in Night Shift's concoctions.

All tours stop at The Meadhall, a gastropub where you'll see more than 100 beers from all over the world on tap, take a private behind-the-scenes tour, and enjoy lunch with your beer. Your brew tour concludes in downtown Boston in the afternoon.

Evening Brew Tour

Focus on the nanobrewing, or nano, scene in Boston on this tour that includes some 15 different beer tastings. Nanobreweries are small beer-making operations that make a few batches at time. Supplies are limited, and they usually go fast! Talk with the owners about their labors of love at four breweries that may include Beer Works, Night Shift Brewing, Idle hands, Mystic Brewery and Cambridge Brewing Company. You might try Belgian-style beers at Idle Hands, Boston's first nanobrewery, or a saison ale at Mystic Brewery.

Your evening tour concludes in downtown Boston.

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Sip of Boston Brewery Tour

Sip of Boston Brewery Tour - Boston, Massachusetts

Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Boston, Massachusetts

From USD
$70.00

Indulge in Boston's brewery scene on a tour that include up to 12 tastings from three different breweries/cider houses and distilleries. Tour includes transportation, pretzels, bottled water, VIP lanyards and up to 12 tastings.

Immerse yourself in Boston's lively beer scene on a guided brew tour ... More info ›

Indulge in Boston's brewery scene on a tour that include up to 12 tastings from three different breweries/cider houses and distilleries. Tour includes transportation, pretzels, bottled water, VIP lanyards and up to 12 tastings.

Immerse yourself in Boston's lively beer scene on a guided brew tour. Chat with brewery owners as you explore the equipment used to make beer, learn about the brewing process, and sample all kinds of suds!

Meet your guide in downtown Boston in the morning, and travel by comfortable bus to three different Boston breweries. Your guide will introduce you to award-winning pilsners, stouts and hard ciders and explain the history and specialties of each brewery or distillery you visit.

Locations visited vary by date and may include:

Samuel Adams
Harpoon Brewery
Night Shift Brewing
Somerville Brewing Co
Mystic Brewery
Cambridge Brewing Co
Boston Beer Works
Short Path Distillery
Downeast Cider House
Down the Road Brewery
Bantam Cider
Lord Hobo Brewing Co
Meadhall (not a brewery, just a fantastic place to drink beer)
 
Your tour concludes in downtown Boston.

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Beacon Hill & Back Bay Food Tour

Beacon Hill & Back Bay Food Tour - Boston, Massachusetts

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Boston, Massachusetts

From USD
$95.00

Appetizers through dessert!

Covering two of Boston's most historic neighborhoods, this two-in-one-tour is jam-packed with winners! We'll begin with a three-course light lunch at the restaurant of a legendary James Beard Award winner, and will end at the award-winning fine dining restaurant with an elegant dessert. In between we'll visit two multiple award-winning specialty shops - roasted nuts and chocolates - and will enjoy a savory tasting at a bakery which has been rated as high as the third best in the country! (And as we learned, Bobby Flay has *nothing* on it!) ... More info ›

Appetizers through dessert!

Covering two of Boston's most historic neighborhoods, this two-in-one-tour is jam-packed with winners! We'll begin with a three-course light lunch at the restaurant of a legendary James Beard Award winner, and will end at the award-winning fine dining restaurant with an elegant dessert. In between we'll visit two multiple award-winning specialty shops - roasted nuts and chocolates - and will enjoy a savory tasting at a bakery which has been rated as high as the third best in the country! (And as we learned, Bobby Flay has *nothing* on it!). Add an off-the-beaten-path wine and cheese shop, and sightseeing through exclusive Louisburg Square (the home of John Kerry), Boston's most-photographed street, and the oldest botanical garden in the country, and you're assured of a wonderful day filled with delicious memories. Join us as we Stroll. Sample. Savor. Repeat.

Note: Tour stops subject to change.

Tour generally starts at 1:30 p.m. and concludes by 5:45 p.m. Group meets in front of the second floor concierge desk at the Liberty Hotel, which is centrally located across the street from the Red Line's MGH/Charles Street train station. Valet parking is available at the hotel. Guests also have access to a local parking lot and parking garages.

Guests must be capable of climbing one hill, and of walking up to two miles.

Cost covers all food, taxes, and servers' gratuities. Drinks, for which we're happy to start a tab, or tour guide's gratuity, if guests wish to consider are extra. 

We defer to parents' judgment as to whether tour is appropriate for children. Two-years-old and under are free of charge.

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North End Neighborhood Food Tour

North End Neighborhood Food Tour - Boston, Massachusetts

Duration: 3 hours 15 minutes
Location: Boston, Massachusetts

From USD
$88.00

Owned by a native Bostonian with a professional culinary certificate.

As a 5-time TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner, Boston Foodie Tours' focus is award-winning best eats, culinary education, and the city's rich history ... More info ›

Owned by a native Bostonian with a professional culinary certificate.

As a 5-time TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner, Boston Foodie Tours' focus is award-winning best eats, culinary education, and the city's rich history. We partner with many Best of Boston winners, some James Beard Award winners, food institutions, and the like throughout the city's must-visit neighborhoods. This tour will end with a full pasta dinner! Beforehand, guests will enjoy THREE Best of Boston winners: pizza, sandwich, and bread, and will visit an Old World salumeria that was recently featured on the Travel Channel's "Zimmern's A-List" and the Food Network's "Best Thing I Ever Ate".  And, don't worry, we won't forget the cannoli!

Note: Tour stops may change without notice. Runs every Sunday unless a holiday. More frequently during peak season.

Tour starts at 2:30 p.m., and ends at 5:45 p.m. with a family-style pasta dinner at a multi award-winning restaurant. Begins in the lobby of the Bostonian Boston hotel, which is centrally located directly across from historic Faneuil Hall. Ends a few blocks away. Tour guide will direct guests to the final destination as appropriate at tour's end.

Ticket cost covers all food, taxes, and servers' gratuities. Drinks, for which we'll start a tab, are extra, as is the tour guide's gratuity should guests wish to consider.

Gluten-free swaps available throughout tour, with the exception of pizza and bread stops.

Tour is not entirely handicap accessible due to the historic nature of the neighborhood. Please contact us directly to discuss required accommodations.

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Boston Public Market & North End (Little Italy) Tour

Boston Public Market & North End (Little Italy) Tour  - Boston, Massachusetts
Star Rating

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Boston, Massachusetts

From USD
$68.00

Multiple TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence award winner. 5* Yelp rating ... More info ›

Multiple TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence award winner. 5* Yelp rating. Locally owned by Boston native and culinary school graduate. Specialize in award-winning best eats, culinary education, and history.

Part 1 (Boston Public Market): Vendor meet-and-greets and several tastings: lobster roll, apple cider doughnut, locally-made honeys or  Vermont-made infused maples syrups, drinking vinegars/shrubs, and roasted nuts. 
Part 2 (Union Oyster House): Iconic chowder lunch at the oldest continuously-running restaurant in the country!
Part 3 (North End/Little Italy):  Old World Italian breads, freshly-made mozzarella cheese, a "Best of" Italian sub, and a  cannoli.

This walking tour begins in the lobby of the Bostonian Boston hotel at 9:45 a.m. Sundays, and at 10:00 a.m. the remainder of the week. It generally runs 3 hours. The route itself is no more than a mile, entirely located in the central area of the Market District and the North End. All stops are handicap accessible, with the exception of one basement bakery.

Our tour route will bring us through the historic, 200+-year-old outdoor Haymarket Market (Fridays and Saturdays only). 

Our first stop is the two+-year-old, indoor Boston Public Market, which is a must-visit, whether a local or a visitor to Boston. The Market is comprised of up to forty local food vendors, some of whose stories we'll hear firsthand. We'll also enjoy tastings throughout, including a popular, largely-regional doughnut*, infused maple syrups, roasted nuts, and drinking vinegars. And how could we forget seafood? Will a lobster roll tasting at a Best of Boston Fish Market do? We thought so!

In the North End (Little Italy), we'll visit THREE Best of Boston winners: a lines-out-the-door sandwich shop, a THREE-TIME Best of Boston Bread Bakery, and an award-winning pastry shop. And we'll enjoy  freshly-made cheese in a *very* hidden Old World salumeria featured on Travel Channel's "Zimmern's List".  You're not afraid of alleys, are you?

Our finale? Cannoli, of course!

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