Downtown Southern Food Walk

Tour Overview

Per Person
Food Stops
Hours
Easy Miles

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.

Highlights include:

  • 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

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Tour Details

When: Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 11 a.m.; Sunday at 11:30 a.m.

Duration: Around 3.5 hours

Cost: $67 adults; $47 children (ages 12 and younger)

What’s included: 15 food and drink tastings at 7 restaurants (enough for lunch)

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)

Food Tastings Include:

Paschal’s
Unofficial headquarters of the Civil Rights movement

Smoke Ring
Contemporary barbecue


Arden’s Garden
Atlanta’s oldest juicery

Panbury’s
South African meat pie shop
Grindhouse Killer Burgers
Popular burger shop (Sundays only)

Just Add Honey
Boutique tea shop

Metro Deli and Soul Food
Traditional soul food


Miss D’s Pralines
New Orleans-style candy shop


*tasting locations subject to change

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