Ethnic Markets and Food Production Tours
Put on your walking shoes and step “behind-the-scenes” at a number of Massachusetts ethnic market and food production tours. Whether it’s a tour of an Italian, Asian, or Eastern European market, or a taste of chocolate, artisan bread, or potato chips; you’ll be under the expert guidance of tour operators and food producers from across the Bay State. Be sure to contact businesses directly for specific details.
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| Ahla Food Tours
80 Park St.
|Tours & product sampling at Jewish & Russian markets in Brookline.|
|Boston Chocolate Tours
|Chocolate tours in the Back Bay, South End and Beacon Hill. Reservations required.|
| Boston University Programs in Food & Wine
808 Commonwealth Ave. Rm 112
|Ethnic market tours. Pre-registration required.|
| Boston's Original Chocolate Tour
2 Park Plaza
|Guided tour to several Boston landmark restaurants for chocolate desserts.|
|Cape Cod Potato Chip Factory
100 Breed's Hill Rd.
|Tour of potato chip factory.|
183 Roxbury St.
|Ethnic market tours. Visit website for details.|
| Food Tours of Boston
6 Charles St.
|2-3 hour tour of North End & Chinatown markets.|
| Gray's Grist Mill
638 Adamsville Rd.
|Narragansett Indian Flint Corn products. Tours by appointment only.|
| Harbor Sweets
85 Leavitt Street
|Tour of candy making factory. By appointment only.|
|Nashoba Brook Bakery
152 Commonwealth Ave
|45 min. "behind-the-scenes" artisan bakery tour. By appointment only.|
| The Cambridge School of Culinary Arts
2020 Massachusetts Ave
|Ethnic market tours. Pre-registration required..|