Food Tour Atlanta
As Seen In “Southern Living” And AJC’s “Access Atlanta”.
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CHECK OUT THE SIGHTS & FLAVORS OF ATLANTA
Food Tours Atlanta is all about the neighborhood and its flavors and Inman Park is THE neighborhood to eat in Atlanta! Home to one of Bon Appetit’s top 50 dining destinations; Krog Street Market, and the Atlanta Beltline Eastside Trail.
Ponce City Market, in Atlanta’s hip Old Fourth Ward neighborhood, is an insiders dining, history and street are experience. Eat a cheeseburger by a James Beard Award winning Chef, hear about the history of the hidden springs and see some of the city’s most prolific street art along the Atlanta Beltline Trail.
Book a ticket today, eat like a local and see why Inman is one of Atlanta’s hottest neighborhoods!
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Inman Park, Modern Southern Food and History Tour
Uncover the Atlanta History & Soul Food On Our Inman Park Food Walk.
Inman Park is THE neighborhood to eat in Atlanta! On this tour you will see and taste the “zings” and gems at Krog Street Market , and exciting local restaurants along the Beltline Eastside Trail.
Enjoy black pepper biscuits and gravy to Food Network’s favorite asian dumplings. Learn the stories of the old Victorian homes that dot the tree lined streets and see some of the eclectic art along the Atlanta Beltline Trail.
Ponce City Market Food, Art and History Experience
Indulge in James Beard Award-Winning Bites.
Join us for an insider’s tour of Atlanta’s favorite food hall. Eat a cheeseburger by a James Beard Award winning Chef,where even the ketchup and mustard are homemade, hear about the history of the hidden springs and see some of the city’s most prolific street art along the Atlanta Beltline Trail.
Private Tours & Company Outings
Inspire your team, celebrate successes, reserve group outings, or host your clients on a once-in-a-lifetime walking food tour they won’t forget.
Let us to make all the arrangements with some of Atlanta’s most sought-after restaurants, and guide you on an informative immersion into the city’s favorite locales.
Loosen those ties, put on some walking shoes, and come hungry. We’ll take care of all the details.
Group size: Minimum 6 people
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Every restaurant is ADA compliant and there are ramps on the sidewalks we’ll use BUT because of uneven sidewalks we do not feel it’s sufficiently accessible for a guest in a wheelchair.
If you can walk at a leisurely pace for 30 minutes, without needing to stop, then you can take our tour. Food Tours Atlanta is a walking tour and is not recommended for people with severe mobility issues.
Both the offered tours are about 1 mile long, so if you can walk at a leisurely pace for 30 minutes, without needing to stop, you can take our tour.