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Boston Seafood and Chowda Tour

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"Chowda"

  1. How people from the Boston/New England area say "chowder".
  2. A clam filled soup that is eaten by New Englanders. Usually found with clam cakes, and crackers.

"The Original"
Boston Seafood and Chowda Tour

Enjoy the experience and food of a New England waterfront locale without the sand between your toes!

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Some of the best seafood in America can be found in Boston. Just think of lobster rolls, chowder (or chowda, if you're from Boston), fish and chips, fresh oysters and clams casino, among others--all these foods originated in New England and have become a part of the American tradition. Everyone always asks where they can get the best seafood and chowder when they come to Boston. Our Yummy Walks Food Tours in Boston takes you to the Fort Point Channel/Seaport District where you will enjoy dramatic views of Boston's downtown skyline as we stroll along the HarborWalk. The HarborWalk is designed to connect the water's edge and city's open space system in a working industrial port. The seafood is local and fresh.

The Yummy Walks Seafood and Chowda Tour will give you the opportunity to try chowders as well as other Seafood specialties. We'll visit a variety of food establishments and let you decide who has the best seafood!

In the Fort Point Channel, history is more than an idea or a concept, it is real. It is in the bricks of the buildings, the stone of the seawall and in the iron of the bridges. It is history that you can walk through or over.

From the 1880s to the 1930s, ships carrying everything from wool and molasses to safety razors passed through the Channel. In the early years its wharves were used mainly for the storage of molasses and wool, but as Boston grew in prominence as a center for industry, brick and granite factories were built. Today it is a vibrant arts community . Fort Point is home to over 300 artists who produce work in a wide array of media. It is recognized as one of New England's largest artists' communities. The historic warehouse buildings house painters, photographers, sculptors, designers, ceramicists, jewelers, and more.

Join us on our Yummy Walk as we learn the history and explore the Landmark Fort Point District / Seaport District eating delicious Seafood and Chowda's along the way.

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What to Visit After Your Tour

Have a tour question that you couldn't find the answer for? Read more about common questions our guests have on the Yummy Walks Food Tour FAQ.

Boston is known as "America's Walking City". We think walking is the best way to truly experience a neighborhood. Our tours highlight different neighborhoods that are filled with history, interesting architecture, and wonderful restaurants and markets.

Our food tours in Boston explore the Freedom Trail, the North End, and the Seaport District.

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