Adams Morgan Food Tour
Adams Morgan has been known for its diversity and ethnicity for most of the 20th century
A gateway for immigrants since the 1960's, the Adams Morgan neighborhood continues to be a home for people of many ethnicities, cultures, races, and religions. The diversity can be seen through its numerous restaurants that include Guatemalan, Nepalese, Dutch, Vietnamese, Ghanaian, Brazilian, Peruvian, Israeli, and Eritrean.
On the Adams Morgan Food Tour, we will visit a variety of ethnic restaurants, enjoying specialties from around the world.
This food tour is for those looking to explore some of the ethnic groups represented in the DC Metropolitan area and beyond. If you are interested in cuisine with local or regional roots, check out our some of our other great tours, including Old Town, Georgetowm, Leesburg, and Del Ray.
“My mother bought this for my husband and I when we moved into the DC area (we live in nearby arlington). We got a great look at a really interesting neighborhood. We will take another food tour soon. ”
Dan G - Mar, 2017
“Recommended! Jeff rocks - and so does this food tour ”
Kristen O - Feb, 2017
“ This is quite possibly the coolest food tour I have EVER BEEN ON! and I have been on quite a few over the years. I love ethnic food so this really hit the spot.”
Mo P - Aug, 2016
“Normally I do all the research when visiting a place but I was here for work and our company did an event with DC Food Tours (and I believe their event company called 4Lobe?) and it was great. Really cool Adams Morgan Dine Around. I would do this again for sure. ”
Matthew F - Jul, 2016
“This is a pretty new tour, so maybe people don't know about it yet, but when they find out I suspect it will jump right to the top of a very solid pack. My wife found this and we signed up immediately. Mallory was our guide, and she took us and another couple all around the neighborhood and to some really great places. I cannot believe the diversity in this neighborhood right here in DC! ”
Tzu S - May, 2016