Who Are We?
Live Like A Local Tours brings you out of downtown Boston and into the city's neighborhoods where you'll be exposed to foods from different cultures. Guests will drink craft beer from small neighborhood microbreweries and get a spirit tasting from a local distillery.
Live Like A Local Food Tours Boston
If you love food and craft beer and enjoy learning what the locals do, Live Like a Local is the perfect tour for you. Take a ride through Jamaica Plain, Dorchester and Roxbury with your local guide.
We love people, food, and beer. So we decided to create a tour where people can come to Boston and Live Like A Local. When tourists come to Boston, they often explore the downtown area. We will take you off the beaten path to see a different side of Boston!
Our tour guides will expose you to these amazing microbreweries and local food spots in each neighborhood. Pairing craft beer with local bites from different cultures around the world: Ethiopia, Trinidad, Jamaica, Dominican Republic and more!
Eat homemade empanadas made just for you at a Latin American spot. Try a West Indian Roti freshly made in-house. Come to the Jamaican patty shop with us. Learn how to eat a traditional Ethiopian dish.
Don’t worry- there are always vegetarian options!
Think Jamaican beef (or veggie!) patties or empanadas paired with craft beer on our "Snack Like A Local tour". If you want something more substantial you can come with us on our "Grub Like A Local Tour" where you will experience traditional Ethiopian cuisine, Trinidadian Rotis or Latin American dishes.
Meet The Founder
Is a Boston native who recently worked for many years with the city’s at-risk youth as an Actor/educator for a non-profit in the Boston area. For many years he used his acting skills along with the program’s curriculum to teach life lessons to kids grades 4-8 to empower and prepare children. Collin, He thrived using theatre as a tool to educate kids on how to navigate and discuss difficult topics such as peer pressure, drugs, violence, to name a few. And violence.
He started his career in education, teaching elective classes in theatre and improvisation to High and Middle School to students at nineteen. He grew up in Roxbury Boston and always felt it was important to give back to the youth in his community.
The theme of giving back has stayed with him throughout his life, and now he wants to give back to the same local businesses he grew up with visiting as a child.