“The couple started Off the Beaten Path Food Tours in 2017, first in Somerville’s Davis Square and later adding tours in Cambridge and other parts of Boston, like Jamaica Plain. Though the company started in eastern Massachusetts, “It was always our goal to expand past the Boston area,” Bell said.”
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“Keep the ballpark theme going with a sampling of the “best American eats” on an Off the Beaten Path Food Tour that’s served with a dose of Fenway neighborhood history.”
“We run tours in some of the coolest neighborhoods from Cambridge to Lowell. If people are visiting Boston, it’s a good time!”
“Off the Beaten Path Food Tours — known locally for its tours of Union and Davis Squares in Somerville, and Harvard Square Food and Chocolate tours — is debuting a new walking tour this spring.”
“A new tour with a Jamaica Plain foodie focus is making its way through the neighborhood while encompassing history, dessert, beer and delicious food. “We truly believe JP has the freshest, yummiest food in town…”
“With innumerable new establishments and favorite old haunts as well dotting the landscape, it helps to have a expert connect the dots on Greater Boston’s ever-growing food map. Lizzie and Sam of Off The Beaten Path…
“Based in Somerville, Off The Beaten Path’s first food tour is of Davis Square and includes the most delicious food around, with 2.5-3 hours of eating, walking around, and learning about the rich history of the area.”
“Off The Beaten Path Food Tours & Experiences debuted in Somerville recently, providing tourists a fun and exciting way to go off-the-beaten-path and explore the diverse neighborhoods beyond downtown Boston, with walking tours and tastings at some of the hippest spots around.”
“We were thinking more about our neighborhood here, and the entrepreneurs, really, the local businesspeople who are taking a risk and looking to grow,” she explains. “What were they doing before? Were they in IT like George from Opa Greek Yeeros? Were they in finance like Alan from Oat Shop?”