Georgetown Food Tour

Quick Details

Adult Vegetarian
Private Tour

Sample the best food in Georgetown, DC

Taste the diversity of DC’s oldest neighborhood! Our Georgetown food tours give you a taste of the best eats in the city’s oldest neighborhood as you learn about its history.

  • Enjoy handmade doughnuts near a canal once used to transport goods to the West.
  • Taste socially-conscious street food that helps feed refugees.
  • Learn about the women chefs in DC pushing equality forward while sampling signature dishes.

Once a thriving port, Georgetown is DC’s oldest neighborhood and still reveals glimpses of mule-drawn boats and flour mills.

Discover Georgetown’s transition from a port city to an elite enclave, where people from every continent and many religions lived together and built an eclectic culinary community.

More than just a premier shopping destination, Georgetown has a delicious and culturally diverse history that is sure to surprise you. Discover the complexity of this ever-changing neighborhood and how it came to be the Georgetown we know today.

The Georgetown Food Tour departs from Cady’s Alley at 1 p.m. The exact address is given at the time of ticket purchase.

Here's What Past Guests Have Said!

Excellent guide, excellent food!

"Such an interesting way to tour Georgetown; our guide was friendly, knowledgeable and fun. Breaking up the tour with delicious food is such a great idea. We had falafel, banh mi, and wonderful French pastries among other treats. Highly recommend."

– ElisabethMc · Tripadvisor
Georgetown Tour!

"This was a fabulous tour! Stefan and Taylor were amazing guides, filling us with information about Georgetown, and taking us to 5 unique and memorable food stops. I’ve lived here my entire life, and learned so much about Georgetown’s history. My mom, sister and I really enjoyed ourselves. I can’t wait to sign up for the U Street and Alexandria tours!"

– Kat Bonorchis · Tripadvisor
Great tour of Georgetown

"This is the second tour I have taken with Carpe DC. The tour guides are really knowledgeable and friendly. They do a great job of giving the history of the area and combining it with tasty food that also tells the story of the area. I definitely recommend as a unique and fun way to get to know the interesting neighborhoods of DC. You will come away knowledgeable and full with a list of new favorite restaurants!"

– Traveljunky57 · Tripadvisor