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Atlanta's Southern Food Tour

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$69.00
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11:00am Downtown Atlanta TourMost Popular
This tour is on Fridays & Saturdays. Discover incredible Southern food on a delicious 3.5 hour food walk through historic Downtown Atlanta.
US$69.00
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.
US$69.00
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.
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 2 days ago
Come hungry, stay for the history.

10/10 would recommend! The food starts heavy then tapers off, you don't leave too stuffed so if you are looking for a hearty meal ask for seconds when you are loving a dish, I would recommend extra of the fried chicken (there's an additional charge...More

Thank Selina S
Reviewed 1 week ago
The Food and the History, all in one package

Before the tour, I lost my phone, but the tour guide had the patience and flexibility to let me find my phone and meet with the group on the meetup spot later, which made my day. The tour starts off with soul food, but the...More

Thank Daniel G
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Very enjoyable and highly recommended.

It was wonderful and our guide Jennifer did a great job integrating some deep, rich history into this tour. The walk was very nice and the food was tasty. I truly enjoyed this food tour. I highly recommend it. It was a great start to...More

Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 1 week ago
Great food and history

We had an excellent time on this tour learning about Atlanta's history, food, community, and future. Joy was an amazing tour guide. She is a professional performer and it shows. We were all rapt from her stories. At each stop, no matter how popular, there...More

Thank Jack Lia C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Really great tour with Joy

The food was really great, and the selections were interesting, with good variety. Joy is a wonderful guide. I learned a lot about Southern food's origins and also about the history of Atlanta, and the Civil Rights. The Curb Market is a gem! I really...More

Thank Irina A
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Carly S
15 July 2018|
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Response from jocelynd102 | Reviewed this property |
What a great idea!! I am pretty sure they can accommodate 25-30 people.
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ilikecyan
29 May 2018|
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Response from JanJany | Reviewed this property |
If your group focuses on the history presented, the tour is worthwhile. The food offerings were a taste of the south...fried chicken, Mac and cheese, greens, pork, juice bar, burger, ice tea, ice cream, Carmel corn.... An... More
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carolyn19792015
25 May 2018|
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Response from Akila M | Property representative |
Hi Carolyn, This is Akila with Atlanta Food Walks. Yes, we can definitely accommodate people who are gluten-free. We have wonderful gluten-free substitutions. You would just need to mark down that she doesn't eat gluten... More
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