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August
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Traveling to a new place provides you with the opportunity to discover the area’s culture, history and way of life. Another fun part of traveling is trying out new places to eat as well as new cuisine. Atlanta is known for its history as well as it’s cuisine. Food is deeply integrated into culture, so why not combine them? While traveling to Atlanta, we recommend staying at Stonehurst Place, which is itself a historic building! Here we have put together a quick guide to food tours available in Atlanta to go on while you are visiting.

Atlanta’s Southern Food Tour

This walking tour takes about three and a half hours to complete. A guide will take you and the rest of your small group through historic Downtown Atlanta. The tour features seven different local eateries that range from classic southern to Creole dishes. While on the tour, you will also be able to learn about Atlanta connection to the Civil Rights Movement as well as other historical facts about the area.

Atlanta’s Inman Park Food Tour

This tour covers three miles of the neighborhood’s streets with visits to five local restaurants. One cocktail is included with your tour, while additional drinks can be purchased. Sample dumplings and other classic southern fares as your guide tells stories about the area. You will also be able to learn more about the neighborhood’s history and architecture.

Ponce City Market Food Tour in Atlanta

The Ponce City Market was once a Sears, Roebuck & CO. building and now features some of the best restaurants in Atlanta. Learn about the building’s architecture as you stop at eight different tasting stations. Although the walking on the tour is minimal, there is a walk on the Atlanta Beltline’s Eastside Trail included.

Atlanta Gourmet Food Tour

This Midtown tour features New York Times recommended restaurants. It takes about three hours and includes off-the-menu food exclusively for those on the tour. There are five stops that will combine to create a five-course meal, along with three craft alcohol pairings. If you are willing to pitch in a little extra, you can even try making your own craft cocktail!

3-Hour History and Food Tour in Atlanta

This tour’s two-mile walk will give you the story of Atlanta’s founding, not to mention 12 tastings! Located in Atlanta’s Victorian neighborhood, the tour features five stops. This tour really allows you to see how Atlanta (and its food) has changed over time.

 

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