Since 2012! We are so grateful to all our Tour Partners and all our wonderful guests. Our Tour are the perfect way to explore historic Salem, MA. Enjoy tastings from some of Salem’s best food shops and restaurants. Our five-star rated Tours bring history to life through the senses. As our guests say, “It’s like a roaming/walking dinner party!” Enjoy chats with local owners and fellow foodies. You’ll learn about Salem’s illustrious spice trade history, get insider tips on great secret foodie finds, and more. With today’s culinary renaissance and Salem’s award-winning food scene, locals and visitors on our Tours agree—Salem is truly a vibrant, fun, and delicious place to explore! Click here for Tour descriptions and costs.
“Trust me, you need to take this tour! I booked a tour with Karen after being referred by another friend who had twice before been on her tours. This friend had absolutely raved about both tours and, after going, I can understand why. Karen’s food tour was simply amazing! If you’re going to be in Salem, take the time to sign up for a tour, you will not be disappointed! Karen took us sample some of the most delicious items ever. And, she also shares very interesting local history along the way. I know that I will be signing up for a tour the next time I’m in Salem. I suggest you do the same, you will have the best time!”
“We hit the jackpot. Karen is absolutely wonderful! Every part of this tour was fantastic and delicious – the lobster rolls, spice tastings, cheeses, wine/beer, and ice-cream! We would join again in a second. Do not miss this tour!”
“The tours are an absolute MUST for everyone visiting Salem, especially out-of-staters like me. The tour was part of my daughter’s Salem Bachelorette day! Karen is not only personable, efficient, engaging (and proficient at herding cats), her vast wealth of knowledge about Salem is mind blowing. Not only did we get to sample some amazing offerings, but we were also treated to relevant history of the area, the best sites to see, details to look for, etc. The only downfall for me was not being able to purchase some of the food we sampled due to the complexity of traveling home.”