olks tell us that they love Atlanta Food Walks.  We have won the Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence and are listed as a Top Rated company on Viator, and are so proud to be chosen by the thousands of thrilled guests who can’t wait to take another tour with us.  And, the press think we’re pretty awesome, too:

  • Atlanta Food Walks puts a fun twist on your average meal out with a guided walking food tour, combining history and delicious bites.
    About.comAugust 3, 2015
  • We thought we had seen every corner of the city, heard every story and tasted every delicious drop of Southern delicacy out there. But we love being surprised—Atlanta Food Walks took us to places we’ve never been (in our own Downtown!), gave us a tasting of new tempting vittles and let us in on some little known history through the storytelling of our amazing tour guide, Akila McConnell.
    ScoutmobJuly 13, 2015
  • Atlanta’s new Downtown Southern Food Walk explores the history of the Civil Rights movement through the lens of southern cuisine. . . . This is the neighborhood that people really need to be talking about.
    Conde Nast
    Conde NastJuly 8, 2015
  • One of the 3 food tours every local Atlantan should do. With a background in food and storytelling, Akila McConnell, of Atlanta Food Walks, is the perfect addition to Atlanta's culinary tourism scene. . . . You won't find any food snobbery on this tour, just memorable moments for your taste buds.
    Atlanta Journal Constitution
    Atlanta Journal ConstitutionMay 29, 2015
  • [One of] our five favorite tours . . . . This fascinating, 3.5-hour Downtown Southern Food Walk includes seven stops and plenty of sightseeing along the two-mile route, making it easy and delightful.
    Where Atlanta
    Where AtlantaMay 29, 2015
  • Atlanta Food Walks accommodates special diets with flair and attention to detail.
    ExaminerMay 22, 2015
  • Food tours typically draw in tourists, but [travel writer] Akila McConnell recently launched a service targeted at locals. Atlanta Food Walks [takes] attendees through the history of Southern cuisine.
    Atlanta Magazine
    Atlanta MagazineMay 18, 2015
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