Peachtree Food Tours

3 Must-Try Atlanta Food Tours

Walking food tours are the perfect opportunity to see downtown Atlanta and intown neighborhoods and learn about the city’s history ALL while eating your way through some of the best restaurants the city has to offer!

 

Paschal
Paschal

Atlanta Food Walks: The Downtown Southern Food Walk

This 3.5-hour long food walk features 15 delicious tastings of soul food, barbecue, Lowcountry cuisine, Creole-style candies, and Southern specialties from seven food stops in Atlanta’s historic downtown neighborhoods. Along the Atlanta Food Walk, hear stories and and gain insights into the civil rights movement, Atlanta yesterday and today, and the city’s current food culture. The tour runs Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Tickets are $65 for adults. Book early because this tour fills up fast!

 

An amazing burger is one of the highlights of Peachtree Food Tours
An amazing burger is one of the highlights of Peachtree Food Tours

Flavors of Atlanta: Peachtree Food Tour

Taste your way through Atlanta's famous and most recognized street: Peachtree Street! All Flavors of Atlanta tours are led by a guide known for a vast knowledge Atlanta's history and the locations of some of its most delicious restaurants, bars and food stands. There is even a history lesson about bourbon included with this tour. Join the nighttime food tours in December for a great way to enjoy all of the beautiful Christmas lights along Peachtree Street. This is a 3.5-hour walking tour. Tickets are $85 with a variety of days and tour times available.

 

Tour Atlanta
Food Tours Atlanta

Food Tours Atlanta: Inman Park Food Tour

This walking tour is all about the Inman Park neighborhood, its flavors and colorful history. Inman Park can brag about being listed as one of Bon Appetit’s top 50 dining destinations, and being home to Krog Street Market and the Atlanta BeltLine. The Inman Park Food Tour is guided by an Inman Park resident who knows the history, architecture, street art and culture of the neighborhood. It’s an easy 2.5-mile walk with six food tastings and plenty of time to sit along the way. Tickets are $75, and the tours take place Thursday through Sunday.

Published: December 2018