Our essential guide to Southern food features 15 delicious tastings from 7 food stops in Atlanta’s historic Downtown neighborhoods. The 3.5 hour small group food tour will get you off-the-beaten path in Downtown and introduce you to Atlanta’s oldest market.
- Trying Dr. King’s favorite meal at the unofficial headquarters of the Civil Rights movement
- Eating your way through Atlanta’s 93-year old market
- Entertaining and informative stories of Atlanta through the Civil Rights Movement and Dr. King as a foodie
- Walking through Atlanta’s oldest neighborhoods in historic Downtown
When: Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 11 a.m.; Sunday at 11:30 a.m.
Duration: Around 3.5 hours
Cost: $69 adults; $49 children (ages 12 and younger)
What’s included: 15 food and drink tastings at 7 restaurants (enough for lunch), a fun and enthusiastic guide, participant brochure with coupons
Food restrictions: We can accommodate most food restrictions, including vegetarian, gluten-free, and allergy-restricted diets, with advance notice.
Sales deadline: 8:00 a.m. on the day of the tour
Tour size: 12 people maximum
What to wear: Weather-appropriate clothes and comfortable shoes
What to bring: A bottle of water and an umbrella; cash for return trip and souvenirs
Weather conditions: Tour takes place rain or shine
Distance: 2 easy miles with plenty of rest stops
Meeting point: Castleberry Hill neighborhood (exact location provided with ticket purchase)