Do you know the "Cambridge" side of Harvard Square? Ever wonder what Julia Child thought of her favorite neighborhood? Do you love old, historic cities that have European cobblestone streets? Join us for a delicious culinary adventure through historical Harvard Square. You'll hear interesting stories about the Square, learn fun facts about the restaurants we visit, and sample the best and most interesting food around -- and a lot of it. Located right outside of Boston on the Red Line MBTA Train Stop, Harvard Square is home to Harvard University but some guests are surprised to uncover its flourishing food scene with some of the best and most unique food in the city. Harvard Square has deep roots in celebrating people from all walks of life, and that diversity is reflected in its food offerings. Music and live performance is a cornerstone of this cultural district, and we will spend time in the most honored performance halls in the city while learning about greats such as Joan Baez who was discovered here.
Each tour is 2.5 hours and includes 6-7 stops with plenty of food and less than a mile of walking. We can't wait to take you on a unique, foodie adventure! While we can accommodate gluten-free options on our other tours, on this tour there are two stops where gluten-free substitutions are not available unfortunately.
Sundays at 11:30am, year-round