Brookline Russian Food Tour
Relish in Traditional Russian Food on a Three Hour Food Tour For Two
Price for 2 participants
Learn the traditional ways to drink tea and vodka and locate the best Russian borsch, pirozhki, and caviar on this tasty three-hour Culinary Tour of Traditional Russian Foods in Brookline, Massachusetts. Making several stops along the one-mile walking food tour, you and your guest will enjoy beautiful Brookline architecture while sampling delicious, authentic Russian specialties including: light fluffy blintzes, delicate Siberian dumplings, and much more!
Embrace Russian tradition as your knowledgeable tour guide, leads you to several treasured Russian food stores and quaint Russian restaurants such as the Babushka Deli, and Vernissage. You will also get to stop at Whole Foods Market to locate unique Russian ingredients and how to prepare traditional Russian meals. After indulging in delicious Russian treats, you will head to Washington Square, where your guide will show you where the hot spots are for the best Russian entertainment and live music.
So whether you are looking for things to do in Boston or a unique gift, this wonderful Russian Cultural Food Tour is an excellent way to spend a day out and about in historical Brookline.
What to wear
This is a walking tour, therefore participants must be able to walk over mile.
Gratuities are not included but are greatly appreciated and may be offered at the end of the event. You will also have the opportunity to purchase additional food and beverages during the experience, therefore participants are urged to bring additional spending money.
ITEM/SKU NUMBER XD-1142-001
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The food tour was excellent. Ekaterina was very knowledgeable about Russian food and culture, with lots of stories and anecdotes to illustrate her comments. She was also friendly and willing to answer questions. It was a delightful experience!
- George & Annalee Riley - Brookline, Wednesday, April 10, 2013
This was an extremely interesting and fun tour! Our guide is from Russia and he gave us an overview of the area as well as a history of the Russian food culture. We had 6 stops and at least 9 tastings, including vodka. A great peek into the Russian neighborhood and food.
- Alexandra Stevens - Boston, Tuesday, November 03, 2009
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