Mangia DC Food Tours
Enjoy the best foods at the best restaurants in the Washington, DC area with Mangia DC Food Tours; you can experience the sights, sounds, and tastes of the vibrant city.
Established in 2013 as a locally owned and operated small culinary tour company, Mangia DC Food Tours is able to bring you the best in the area, stemming from their love of food, travel, and adventure – as well as their knowledge of the area! Committed to helping out-of-town visitors and fellow DC residents enjoy the tastiest local food in our nation's capital, this food tour company strives to deliver the best food tours in Washington, DC. Together, you can enjoy the delicious flavors of local restaurants, as well as take in the sights on their food tours.
These food tours will walk you around the city with an energetic, knowledgeable guide with a passion for food. Enjoy the history and sights as you explore the city, with the added bonus of stops along the way at some of the area's most unique and delectable restaurants for tastings. Come hungry with the knowledge that “Mangia” is Italian for “Eat! Enjoy!” and that's exactly what you will do on your Mangia DC Food Tour! Vegetarian options are always available at tastings.
Italian Food Tour
With Mangia DC's 2.5- to 3-hour Italian Food Tour, you can explore the fantastic Italian restaurants throughout the city, making four stops for tastings. Unlike many major US cities, Washington, DC has no official Little Italy, so Mangia DC Food Tours will take you to taste some of the world's best Italian foods available in the city. Between tastings, the group will explore popular areas, including the Dupont Circle neighborhood, while learning about the area's rich cultural and architectural history.
Georgetown Foodie Tour
Explore the historic Georgetown neighborhood as you learn fun and interesting facts pertaining to the area's history, food commerce, and culture. This tour will take you away from the main shopping areas, to some of the most treasured areas in the neighborhood. Beginning the tour across from the Four Seasons Hotel at a quaint little road island with benches and bicycles around, guests will be able to give a small introduction of themselves, so as to get acquainted with each other and provide a more comfortable and friendly environment for the tour.
This leisurely stroll around Georgetown involves roughly one and a half miles of walking, which provides a great opportunity for guests to be able to soak in all the sights as they walk around the neighborhood.