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Atlanta Brew Bus Tour

Atlanta Brew Bus Tour - Atlanta, Georgia

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Atlanta, Georgia

From USD
$65.00

Visit three unique Atlanta breweries on this bus tour! We feature SweetWater Brewing with a private tasting and tour and then a selection of 2 other rotating stops. We do our best to get you in for private tastings on off peak hours so you can have a VIP experience ... More info ›

Visit three unique Atlanta breweries on this bus tour! We feature SweetWater Brewing with a private tasting and tour and then a selection of 2 other rotating stops. We do our best to get you in for private tastings on off peak hours so you can have a VIP experience. Tour includes transportation, admission to each venue, beer tastings (3 or 4 half pints at each location), souvenir glass at each brewery, and a gift bag

Visit three unique Atlanta breweries on this five hour brew bus tour. We feature SweetWater Brewing with a private tasting and tour and then off to two other local breweries.   Breweries may vary based upon availability and are featured on a rotating schedule.  An effort is made to get you in for private tastings on off peak hours so you can have a more exclusive, VIP experience.

Tour includes transportation, admission to each venue, beer tastings (3 or 4 half pints at each location), souvenir glass at each brewery, and a gift bag. Local guides provide you with "inside information" on the local breweries - drink like a local!

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Atlanta's Southern Food Tour

Atlanta's Southern Food Tour - Atlanta, Georgia
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Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Atlanta, Georgia

From USD
$64.99

Discover incredible Southern food on a delicious 3.5 hour food walk through historic Downtown Atlanta! Led by a food expert, your tour includes 15 food tastings from 7 locally-owned restaurants as you explore the neighborhood that was at the heart of the Civil Rights Movement. Try Dr ... More info ›

Discover incredible Southern food on a delicious 3.5 hour food walk through historic Downtown Atlanta! Led by a food expert, your tour includes 15 food tastings from 7 locally-owned restaurants as you explore the neighborhood that was at the heart of the Civil Rights Movement. Try Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s favorite fried chicken, learn why barbecue is America's most patriotic fare while toasting with Appalachian moonshine and visit Atlanta's oldest produce market. This is a must for food lovers!

Your Atlanta food tour takes you off-the-beaten path to Atlanta's historic downtown neighborhoods to try 15 mouth-watering tastings from 7 restaurants and food shops. The 3.5 hour small group tour will introduce you to the history and diversity of Southern food as you try soul food, barbecue, Lowcountry cuisine, Creole-style candies, and today’s newest Southern specialties.

Your guide will entertain and inform you on the easy 2 mile walk with stories and insights into the Civil Rights Movement, Atlanta yesterday and today, and the city’s food culture. In fact, some guests have said that this is the best value in the city because it's both a food tour and a history tour in one!  You'll be introduced to neighborhoods and stories about Atlanta that even locals don’t know!  Feed your belly and your mind with Atlanta's most unique culinary experience.

Tasting Locations Include:

  • Paschal's: the unofficial headquarters of the Civil Rights Movement
  • Smoke Ring: contemporary barbecue
  • Arden's Garden: Atlanta's oldest juicery
  • Just Add Honey: boutique tea company
  • Panbury's or Grindhouse Killer Burgers: amazing meat pies or burgers 
  • Metro Deli: classic soul food
  • Miss D's Pralines: Creole-style candy shop
Important Note: If you have food allergies or restrictions (such as vegetarian, gluten-free, or allergy restrictions) or if any person in your group doesn't drink alcohol, please advise prior to the tour. Tour includes pork, beef, and nuts, but there are substitutions if you notify local operator in advance by specifying at the time of booking in the 'special requirements' field.

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Atlanta's History and Food Tour plus Oakland Cemetery

Atlanta's History and Food Tour plus Oakland Cemetery - Atlanta, Georgia

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Atlanta, Georgia

From USD
$65.00

Delve into the future of Southern cuisine while exploring Atlanta's deep past in this delicious food tour through Victorian Grant Park and Oakland Cemetery. You'll try 12 modern Southern and Southern fusion tastings at 5 locally owned restaurants and food shops on this 3 hour small group tour, including a jaunt through Oakland Cemetery, while being entertained by our knowledgeable and enthusiastic guides ... More info ›

Delve into the future of Southern cuisine while exploring Atlanta's deep past in this delicious food tour through Victorian Grant Park and Oakland Cemetery. You'll try 12 modern Southern and Southern fusion tastings at 5 locally owned restaurants and food shops on this 3 hour small group tour, including a jaunt through Oakland Cemetery, while being entertained by our knowledgeable and enthusiastic guides.

You'll learn about the founding of Atlanta, from tiny railroad town to the capital of Atlanta, while trying delectable samplings, including shrimp and grits at the city's favorite seafood spot and raspberry hibiscus meringues from a James Beard-nominated bakery. Discover why Atlanta is a city built on food on this unforgettable food tour. This is a must for food and history lovers!

This food tour takes you off-the-beaten path to Atlanta's gorgeous Victorian neighborhood to try 12 mouth-watering tastings from 5 restaurants and food shops. The 3 hour small group tour will introduce you to the story of Atlanta's founding and why Atlanta truly was a city built on food, while you taste modern Southern and Southern fusion dishes, such as short rib grilled cheese with slow braised beef and pimento cheese and fried catfish with cucumber wasabi soy sauce.

Your guide will entertain and inform you on the easy 2 mile walk with stories and insights into Atlanta's settlement and the Civil War, Atlanta yesterday and today, and the city’s food culture. In fact, many guests tell us that this is the best value in the city because it's both a food tour and a history tour in one!  You'll be introduced to neighborhoods and stories about Atlanta that even locals don’t know!  Feed your belly and your mind with Atlanta's most unique culinary experience.

Tasting Locations Include:

  • Six Feet Under: the neighborhood's top seafood joint
  • Augustine's: local gastropub
  • My Friend's Growler Shop: local-focused beer store
  • Republic Social House: neighborhood watering hole
  • Little Tart Bakeshop: French inspired pastry shop
Important Note: If you have food allergies or restrictions (such as vegetarian, gluten-free, or allergy restrictions) or if any person in your group doesn't drink alcohol, please advise prior to the tour. Tour includes beef, shellfish, and nuts, but there are substitutions if you notify local operator in advance by specifying at the time of booking in the 'special requirements' field.

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Atlanta's Inman Park Food Tour

Atlanta's Inman Park Food Tour - Atlanta, Georgia
Star Rating

Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Atlanta, Georgia

From USD
$65.00

Eat like a local on this guided, 3.5-hour, walking food tour at Inman Park. Atlanta’s first garden suburb, Inman Park has been on the National Registry of Historic places since 1973 ... More info ›

Eat like a local on this guided, 3.5-hour, walking food tour at Inman Park. Atlanta’s first garden suburb, Inman Park has been on the National Registry of Historic places since 1973. Voted ATL’s best foodie neighborhood by 'Creative Loafing Atlanta,' it’s also home to the Krog Street Market, Victorian homes, and Atlanta Beltline’s Eastside Trail. Enjoy regional cuisine and southern bites at Six locally owned restaurants while walking this neighborhood's historic streets. This food tour can accommodate most food allergies.

Get your appetite ready, and join our local Atlanta guide for this 3.5-hour leisurely stroll around the picturesque, tree-lined streets of Inman Park, all while supporting the locally owned restaurants. Inman Park has been voted Atlanta’s best foodie neighborhood and is on the national registry of historic places since 1973. This flourishing area is also home to the famous Krog Street Market, which is a mixed-use development in Atlanta, located along the beltLine east side trail, also known as Atlanta’s largest outdoor art gallery.

 As we walk our way through Atlanta's favorite in-town neighborhood, stopping at Six locally owned restaurants for generous food tastings along the way. Enjoy tastes from favorites, old and new, including the One Eared Stag, the Albert, Gu's Dumplings, and more! Take your taste buds on the tour of their life and join us for an amazing experience. This tour does include One cocktail tasting.

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Ponce City Market Food Tour in Atlanta

Ponce City Market Food Tour in Atlanta - Atlanta, Georgia

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Atlanta, Georgia

From USD
$65.00

Ponce City Market is Atlanta’s coolest destination in the city's hippest neighborhood. Housed in a converted Sears, Roebuck, & Co ... More info ›

Ponce City Market is Atlanta’s coolest destination in the city's hippest neighborhood. Housed in a converted Sears, Roebuck, & Co. building, Ponce City Market has been converted into a curated food hall with some of Atlanta’s best restaurants. Along the tour you'll enjoy tastings from James Beard Award winner Chef Linton Hopkins and James Beard Award nominee, Chef Hector Santiago. We'll talk about the history of the former Sears, Roebuck and Co. building and even take a stroll along Atlanta Beltline’s Eastside trail. Learn about Atlanta and eat like a local!

The tour meets at the concierge desk at Ponce City Market located inside the food hall near Onward Reserve. You'll check in, meet your local tour guide and other tour goers and begin the tour. You'll be guided to 8 unique and delicious tasting locations in the area.  Each of the restaurants and tasting locations are locally owned and operated and have received local and/or national acclaim. At each tasting stop you'll learn about the chef, their food and any awards they've won. Each restaurant has been specifically curated by former CNN journalist and food lover, Cristy Lenz. Between tasting locations we'll learn about the unique history and architecture of the building.

We'll take a short guided walk of the Atlanta Beltline's Eastside Trail, a 22-mile pedestrian pathway around the city, before heading back to Ponce City Market for more tastings. The tour concludes at 1:30pm. During the tour you'll eat enough to provide a nice lunch. You should not be hungry after the tour.

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Amish Community Visit, Wine Journey and John Muir Trail Hike

Amish Community Visit, Wine Journey and John Muir Trail Hike - Atlanta, Georgia
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Atlanta, Georgia

From USD
$120.00

Travel to a tucked away hidden corner of earth, and a beautiful working Amish Community in Delano Tennessee.  About 150-miles from Atlanta, this quaint little community is secluded from the rest of the world; extremely retro and delightful ... More info ›

Travel to a tucked away hidden corner of earth, and a beautiful working Amish Community in Delano Tennessee.  About 150-miles from Atlanta, this quaint little community is secluded from the rest of the world; extremely retro and delightful. The Amish and Mennonite families often make and sell products, while giving us an in-depth look into their unique way of life. You will take a nice hike on the John Muir Trail along the Hiwassee River and finish your day with a memorable wine tasting at Morris Vineyard!

Amish and Mennonite families often make and sell products, giving a glimpse of their unique way of life as well as providing excellent quality goods and produce. Many seasonal garden vegetables and berries are available for sale.

Tucked Away in a hidden corner of earth is a beautiful Amish community that is located in Delano Tennessee.  These wonderful people are  secluded from the rest of the world. You will see farms, hand built sheds and last, but not least, a farmer's market.  Enjoy organic vegetables, fruits and honey. Visit with the Mennonites who run the farms and market.

Take in the wonders of nature with a hike on the John Muir Trail along the Hiwassee River.  Complete your day with a memorable wine tasting at Morris Vineyard.

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