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  • Atlanta: Food Tour of Inman Park and the Atlanta Beltline

    1. Atlanta: Food Tour of Inman Park and the Atlanta Beltline

    Experience delicious Southern Food in all its wondrous forms, from traditional to modern - often with a twist. This small-group tour only takes you to locally-owned restaurants who have won "best-of" awards for their food. In total, visit 6 award-winning restaurants with tastings at each. Some tastings will be smaller, others will be larger, but in total it equals a satisfying lunchtime meal, so come hungry! Atlanta is a city of small, interconnected neighborhoods, and historic Inman Park is one of the city’s most beloved. Over the years, it's become one of the city’s premier foodie destinations. While walking between restaurants, you'll meander through the street of Inman Park and hear the history of how this posh suburb from the 1890s became blighted in the 1960s before being resettled by urban pioneers who renovated the dilapidated Victorian homes, bringing the neighborhood back to i...

    Great tour. Michael, the tour guide was very knowledgeable, organized, and fun. The food was good and plentiful, however, not southern food. Food was Indian, Italian, Puerto Rican, pastries, and chicken wings. The only Southern food was boiled peanuts. The cocktail was good. We were able to sit down at each tasting except for the donut on the go. Thorough walking tour of Inman Park. The walk was advertised as two miles and three hours, but it was actually four miles and four hours. But worth it. I recommend you do the tour in cooler weather. It was a great tour combining Beltline walk, Atlanta history, and good tastings.

  • Atlanta: Food & Cocktail Tour

    2. Atlanta: Food & Cocktail Tour

    Explore the flavors of the city, beyond the Coca-Cola museum and Georgia Aquarium. Visitors and locals alike can dine with this local provider in a safe, sustainable and environmentally responsible manner.  These tours are professionally certified by Food Tour Pros, members of the Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau, and advisors to the Global Food Tours Association. On this tour, you can trust you are with the pros. As the official food tour company of Atlanta, Georgia, the local provider will provide a foodie experience centered in the neighborhood of Midtown Atlanta. Visit a handful of famous and hidden gem restaurants that will offer special curated menu items prepared just for you. In between restaurant stops you'll learn about the neighborhood, the city's history and even learn why there are so many Peachtree streets.

    Yes the two it was very informative Nick was a great Guild would love to take another tour sometime in the future

  • Atlanta: Ponce City Market 2.5-Hour Weekend Food Tour

    3. Atlanta: Ponce City Market 2.5-Hour Weekend Food Tour

    Ponce City Market has been named one of the best food halls in the country. Housed in a former Sears and Roebuck distribution center, the market has been created by the same developers who developed New York’s Chelsea Market. This air-conditioned indoor Market is now filled with locally owned award-winning restaurants offering you a taste of the best of Atlanta Street food, without the humidity or the streets! You'll sample the best Atlanta has to offer. Enjoy tastings from multiple eateries including, for example, a cheeseburger where all the ingredients are made from scratch – including the mustard and the ketchup – by the James Beard Award Winning Chef, Linton Hopkins. Bite into a Cuban sandwich and yuca fries from the James Beard Award Nominee, Chef Hector Santiago. Taste Chicken Tikka Masala grilled on Naan and topped with gourmet slaw. See why Oprah considers this Brown Butter Tof...

    We really enjoyed the variety of food and the pace of the tour. The walk on the Beltway to see art was a great addition to the food. David was very knowledgeable and accommodating. I would highly recommend this tour.

  • Atlanta: Martin Luther King Walking Tour with Optional Lunch

    4. Atlanta: Martin Luther King Walking Tour with Optional Lunch

    With an expert guide, this tour combines aspects of Atlanta’s current events, political history, lifestyle, and various neighborhoods. Receive an insiders view of life during the Jim Crow Era on a 4-hour tour. Hear stories of Dr. King’s economic, social, and religious background as you visit various points of interest connected to his life. Visit Ebenezer Baptist Church, where Dr. King was a pastor for many decades. At the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park welcome center you will see a museum that chronicles the Civil Rights Movement. Pay tribute at Dr. and Ms. King's Tomb, and explore the historic district of Auburn Avenue. Upgrade your tour to include a traditional Southern Soul Food lunch. Lunch choice includes either Busy Bee Restaurant or Mary Mac's Tea Room, both restaurants are Atlanta's top choices for traditional southern lunch.

  • Atlanta: Grant Park Past & Future Food Tour

    5. Atlanta: Grant Park Past & Future Food Tour

    Delve into the future of Southern cuisine while exploring Atlanta’s deep past in this fun food tour through one of Atlanta’s oldest neighborhoods. Try 8 modern and Southern fusion tastings from 3 locally owned food stops on a 2.5 to 3-hour small-group tour, including a jaunt through historic Oakland Cemetery. Start out with a tasting at a restaurant and then proceed to beautiful Oakland Cemetery; full of history and gardens, sculpture and architecture, ancient oaks and magnolias. Next, stop for a flavorful cocktail, and another tasting. Lastly, finish with a mouthwatering dessert at a bakery which has received a James Beard Award for their delicious treats. After a 1.2-mile walk, end the tour in the same place you started from.

    Great food and drink selection! I really enjoyed learning about the history of Atlanta and getting to sample local cuisine!

  • Atlanta 5-Hour VIP Brewery Tour with Tastings

    6. Atlanta 5-Hour VIP Brewery Tour with Tastings

    Tour and taste your way through 3 local breweries on this 5-hour Atlanta-based activity. SweetWater is a staple on this tour, and the largest brewery in the south. Enjoy a private tour of the brewery, followed by a tasting session and an immersive SweetWater experience. Additional visits include Monday Night Brewing (who make over 100 different beers a year), and Georgia's oldest brewery, Atlanta Brewing Company. With someone else doing the driving through Atlanta you’ll have a safe way to enjoy tastes at multiple breweries.

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My sister and I did a girls trip to Atlanta and chose this tour to learn more about Atlanta's history and sample some of the restaraunts. Our tour guide Michael was excellent. He was very knowledgeable, outgoing and personable. You could tell that he enjoys his job. We had a relatively small group (6 people) amd he kept us engaged and answered any questions we had. The food was a good mix of sweets and savory. We started at Krog market at JOI HO (an Indian restaraunt) which was my favorite as well as The Albert. Walked alomg part of the beltway, and ended at Inman Park at Voga (gelato). I would definitely recommend this tour.

Great tour. Michael, the tour guide was very knowledgeable, organized, and fun. The food was good and plentiful, however, not southern food. Food was Indian, Italian, Puerto Rican, pastries, and chicken wings. The only Southern food was boiled peanuts. The cocktail was good. We were able to sit down at each tasting except for the donut on the go. Thorough walking tour of Inman Park. The walk was advertised as two miles and three hours, but it was actually four miles and four hours. But worth it. I recommend you do the tour in cooler weather. It was a great tour combining Beltline walk, Atlanta history, and good tastings.

This was an excellent experience! It allowed us to walk easily through Midtown and eat through the city at 4 locations during our short time instead of, say 1 location which may be good or bad. It was good having a guide who took us to where the "good food" was! I also thought it was nice hearing about the city, the restaurant background info and getting valuable tips from our local guide. Rachel was an excellent guide and we look forward to taking more tours with this company, as I heard they will be doing more neighborhoods in Atlanta soon.

Great food and drink selection! I really enjoyed learning about the history of Atlanta and getting to sample local cuisine!

Yes the two it was very informative Nick was a great Guild would love to take another tour sometime in the future