Boston Food Tours Bring the Neighborhood Flavors of Italy to Massachusetts
There's no doubt that each city across the world boasts unique food offerings. But if time is short and you donâ't have opportunities for full immersion, taking the right food tour makes the difference between being a clueless tourist or gaining a full understanding of where to go and what to buy. Take Bostonâ's North End for instance: a casual stroll down the cobbled streets of America's oldest Italian community reveals many tempting savories in late 19th century store windows. But only after taking Boston Food Tours run by Michele Topor do you really learn the distinction between longstanding neighborhood food shops and those that may be recent newcomers not necessarily maintaining the same Old World standards.
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