Delve into the future of Southern cuisine while exploring Atlanta’s deep past in this delicious food tour through Victorian Grant Park and Oakland Cemetery. You’ll try 8 modern Southern and Southern fusion tastings from 3 locally owned restaurants and food shops on this 2.5-hour small group tour, including a jaunt through Oakland Cemetery, while being entertained by our knowledgeable and enthusiastic guide. You’ll learn about the founding of Atlanta, from tiny railroad town to the capital of Georgia, while trying delectable samplings, including shrimp and grits at the city’s favorite seafood spot and southern fruit gallettes from a James Beard-nominated bakery. Discover why Atlanta is a city built on food on this unforgettable food tour, a must for food and history lovers!
8 food tastings and one alcoholic beverage from 3 locally-owned restaurants
A friendly and insightful food expert who will guide you through the history of Southern food and Atlanta
Small group tours
Walking and historical tour through Oakland Cemetery and Grant Park
Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
Service animals allowed
Public transportation options are available nearby
Transportation options are wheelchair accessible
Suitable for all physical fitness levels
Children must be accompanied by an adult
A moderate amount of walking is involved. The tour is over 1 easy miles through Grant Park with plenty of rest stops. Please wear comfortable shoes and bring a bottle of water!
Operates in all weather conditions, rain or shine; please dress appropriately and carry an umbrella.
Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking
Face masks provided for travellers
Hand sanitiser available to travellers and staff
Social distancing enforced throughout experience
Guides required to regularly wash hands
Regular temperature checks for staff
Contactless payments for gratuities and add-ons
COVID-19 vaccination required for guides
Unexpected Atlanta Tours are experiences with social distancing between groups, with all-digital brochures, and a limited group size. Per current CDC guidelines masks are no longer required, but recommended. All guides are fully vaccinated.