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Atlanta's Southern Food Tour

From US$75.00
Highlights
  • Get your money’s worth with 15 food tastings at seven locally owned eateries
  • Hear about the city’s history and the role food has played
  • Get a coupon book to use around Atlanta 
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Atlanta's Southern Food Tour
From US$75.00
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11:00am Downtown Atlanta Tour
This tour is on Fridays & Saturdays. Discover incredible Southern food on a delicious 3.5 hour food walk through historic Downtown Atlanta.
From US$75.00
11:30am Sunday Atlanta Tour
This Tour is on Sunday's Only. Discover incredible Southern food on a delicious 3.5 hour food walk through historic Downtown Atlanta.
From US$75.00
12:00pm Saturday Downtown Tour
This Tour is on Saturday's Only. Discover incredible Southern food on a delicious 3.5 hour food walk through historic Downtown Atlanta.
From US$75.00
Overview

Save time trying out restaurants based solely on recommendations only to be disappointed. This Atlanta food tour gives you the lay of the land when it comes to Southern food, and allows you to try 15 different tastings at seven super-popular eateries. Find your favorite spots, and then use your included coupon booklet to save money when you go back for a meal.

What to Expect

Your Atlanta food walking tour meets at Paschal's Restaurant on Northside Drive. Once you link up with your guide and small group, you’ll explore the culinary history and culture of Georgia’s state capital.

This tour, which covers about two miles on foot in roughly 3.5 hours, stops at seven local eateries. Try a range of Southern fare, including soul food, barbecue, Lowcountry, and Creole dishes. Stops may include Smoke Ring, Just Add Honey Tea Company, and Miss D's Pralines. You can also sample an alcoholic beverage.

It’s not just about food. Your guide connects Southern food to the city’s rich history. Learn about the role the city’s restaurants played in the Civil Rights Movement, among other historical tidbits.

Your tour ends at Sweet Auburn Curb Market.

Please note: If you have any special dietary requirements, add a note in the Special Requirements field when booking.

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Reviewed 4 days ago
A lovely taste of Atlanta

My wife and I were visiting from Germany in Europe. Our daughter who lives in Atlanta had booked this tour as a gift to us. Although called a 'food tour', our wonderful guide Jennifer gave us some fascinating insights into Atlanta and of some history...More

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Reviewed 6 days ago
Worth every penny!

The food was amazing! Margaret was an awesome guide. She was knowledgeable and friendly. We really liked all the different foods, and the walk around Atlanta. Normally you'd think it's not a walking city, but our tour was beautiful. Absolutely would come back!

Thank chelseab8833
Atlanta Food W, Owner at Atlanta Food Walks, responded to this reviewResponded 2 days ago

I am so pleased that you were able to see the beauty in Atlanta that we know. Margaret is amazing and I am so glad that you enjoyed your time with her exploring the city. Awesome review! Thank you!

Reviewed 1 week ago
Wonderful historical walking tour

We thoroughly enjoyed our Atlanta Southern Food Tour. Our tour guide, Margaret, was very knowledgeable about Martin Luther King Jr. and city history. The food tastings were great. We had a wonderful experience meeting Miss D and really enjoyed her popcorn. I would definitely recommend...More

1  Thank Nakiisa R
Atlanta Food W, Owner at Atlanta Food Walks, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

I am so glad that you enjoyed your time with Margaret and Atlanta Food Walks. Miss D is an amazing woman with a fantastic story. She, along with our other vendors, is why we love what we do. Highlighting local business owners with incredible southern...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Civil rights history

This tour took us to 7 places to eat. 1)Fried chicken 2)BBQ pork dishes 3) juice samples 4)Pot pie- The best 5)Tea tasting 6)Corn bread- banana pudding- beans 7)popcorn I loved the history and information about the roads/murals/movies shot in that area etc. Food wise...More

Thank reshmilisitza
Atlanta Food W, Owner at Atlanta Food Walks, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Atlanta has so much to offer; food, culture, history, and art. I am so glad that you were able to experience and enjoy that with us. We would love to have you on our Grant Park tour next time. Our first stop, Six Feet Under,...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
You WILL NOT be disappointed!

My husband and I come to Atlanta several times throughout the year so for my birthday we planned for a quick trip there but wanted to try something different. Boy was this different but in an awesome way! To learn about the history of Atlanta,...More

1  Thank S. Necole S
Atlanta Food W, Owner at Atlanta Food Walks, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Thank you for joining us for part of your weekend and birthday celebration. Our story of the trials and tribulations of the Civil Rights movement and integration isn't always the most comfortable or popular story but we feel that it is so important in Atlanta's...More

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