Cupcake & Dessert Tour of Boston

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  • Duration

    - 2 hours (approx)
  • Back Bay

  • Capacity

    - 20 persons per guide
  • Dress

    - It's a walking tour, so dress comfortably!
  • Departs

    Friday - Sunday @ 1pm & 4pm in front of the John Copley Statue
  • Meeting Location

    Copley Square, Boston
  • Final Destination

    Truffles, 100 Huntington Ave


Cupcake Tour of Boston

Perfectly formed. Lovely to look at. Delicious to eat. Elaborate, sweet, and often decadent, cupcakes are delightful treats that spark the inner child within us. The Cupcake Tour of Boston frequents the finest culinary artisans and dessert boutiques around the beautiful historic Back Bay to bring the heavenly experience of these sinfully good confections straight to your salivating tastebuds! Prepare to yum on the Cupcake Tour of Boston!

Cupcake Tour of Boston Itinerary

  • Georgetown Cupcakes DC sisters Katherine Berman and Sophie LaMontagne's destination for designer cupcakes
  • Patisserie on Newbury Small independent bakery specialising in French fare rated as a great eat by the Boston Globe, their authentic French macarons are a great example
  • Robin's Candy From fine, hand crafted chocolate truffles to the broadest array of sweets including American classics, imported delicacies, and creative gifts, smiles and memories of long forgotten favorites are tucked ‘round every corner of the shop!
  • Sweet Boston's very own cupcake bakery, named Boston's best in 2009 and 2010, and named one of the Daily Meal's 101 Best in America. Every cupcake in the shop is baked fresh daily
  • Truffles Small family run 35 year old chocolatier specializing in fine chocolates and candies. Salted caramel truffle anyone?

Landmarks and Attractions

  • Historic Newbury Street
  • Copley Square
  • Boston Public Library
  • Trinity Church
  • Prudential Mall

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By Christina L on February 2, 2017
By Jeremy K on February 2, 2017
for the guide, he was great. But leaving 12 customers standing in the cold at the wrong location (given by the company, not the guide) is less than ideal. 587 Boylston is CVS, not the Copley statue.
By Alan R on February 4, 2017