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…Karen Scalia offers a taste of the “Witch City” that’s a bit more palatable. Just over a year ago she began the Salem Food Tours. Read the complete article…
“Just 30 minutes north of Boston, the city of Salem is a quin-tessential New England town, with tree-lined streets of antique shops, co-lonial brick buildings and a picturesque harbour…” Download and read the article.
“SALEM — Local actress and marketing consultant Karen Scalia got the idea for Salem Food Tours as a way to mix the city’s spice trade history with its happening food scene. Last year Scalia was conducting walking tours of […]
Salem Food Tours was pleased to be featured in Vegetarian Times in their September 2013 issue, highlighting our Vegan Tours. Pick up your copy at news stands and look for our mention under “The Buzz.” Did you know? Our Tours can always […]
“…It’s hard to imagine meeting anyone as enthusiastic about quality local food as Karen Scalia. The owner of Salem Food Tours is not just interested in a good meal; she is passionate about the region that produces the ingredients and […]
“‘This is something I would do if I were visiting an area,’ says Karen Scalia, a spirited food lover, professional actor, and history enthusiast who has wed her eclectic interests to form Salem Food Tours: A Taste of History. Less […]
Top 10 Must Sees North of Boston: “… Salem Food Tours provides a guided walking tour of Salem, complete with selections from the town’s finest restaurants… ” http://www.massvacation.com/blog/2013/06/top-10-must-sees-north-of-boston/
Salem Food Tours was pleased to be a part of the special “Salem” section in Boston Magazine’s 2013 Best of Boston issue.
We are thrilled to be featured in The Boston Globe. To read the complete article: http://tinyurl.com/ay6d8hm
If you’ve got a foodie on your list, a gift certificate to the Salem Food Tour is sure to be a winner. Although it’s mostly about the food, you can’t help but add history and witch lore to the tour’s […]
“At this time of year, it may be hard to remember that there is more to Salem than the costumed crowds and traffic tangles. The city is, in fact, a terrific destination for food lovers of all sorts. From upscale […]