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Meet your guide at a central location in Savannah. Begin walking through the city’s famous squares and along its scenic waterfront en route to several restaurants serving up authentic Southern cuisine such as shrimp and grits and pork belly donut sliders. Taste enough samples to qualify as a filling lunch.
Along the way, learn about Savannah’s distinct culture and long history as Georgia’s first colony from your guide and walk past some of the city’s main attractions.
This Savannah food tour is conducted at a leisurely pace and includes two rest breaks over the course of 1.5 miles (2.4 kilometers). Conclude your tour at the City Market.
Please Note: Advise of any allergies or other dietary restrictions in the Special Requirements section when booking.
Eat your way through Savannah on a small-group history and culinary tour limited to 14 people for a more personal experience. With your guide, pop into several restaurants and food stores that specialize in authentic Southern classics, and sample food while picking up bits of Savannah history along the way. After your tour, get a map of your food route, so you can go back to places you liked during your visit.
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Great experience great food
We found the brochure at the airport and decided to check them out. What a great experience!! I highly recommend this tour especially if you enjoy food. All the food was AMAZING. Loved all the food, and I am really glad we got to walk...More
Thank Michelle O
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
A taste of historic Savannah
Loved this tour! Definitely come hungry, as you get a good sized tasting portion of something at each stop. We went to six local restaurants and pubs and had a taste of what Savannah has to offer. We also got a Bit of the history...More
Thank Becca A
El Paso, Texas
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
We are in Savannah for a Navy reunion and booked this tour for 6 individuals. David was an excellent tour guide and all of the restaurants and bakeries we visited were waiting for us with perfect samples and exceptional service. I highly recommend this tour...More
Santa Rosa, California
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Wonderful people, too expensive
We did the culinary tour Sept 2018 and the people we met and our tour guide Dan were fantastic! So friendly and fun to talk to, which made it a worthwhile experience. That being said, the cost of the tour (50 bucks each) seemed way...More
2 Thank ashmiu
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Highly recommended food tour
What a great way to learn some of the history of Savannah while doing food tastings at different restaurants. Pamela was entertaining and informative. There were six different stops with a variety of foods. It was hard to choose which was our favorite. We were...More
Response from SouthernGirlTraveler | Reviewed this property |
Hi, we took the tour on August 8th and our guides were Lauren and Cortez, and our tour started at 11:00. They were excellent! We went to six restaurants/stores plus a garden. The opportunity to buy drinks was offered at four... More
Hi, we took the tour on August 8th and our guides were Lauren and Cortez, and our tour started at 11:00. They were excellent! We went to six restaurants/stores plus a garden. The opportunity to buy drinks was offered at four of the seven stops, but drinks other than water are not included in the tour price.
Our tour lasted approximately three hours.
I disagree with the person who said the honey store was a waste of time. I'm not into honey but found the store and information very interesting. It's the last stop on the tour so we did a mead tasting at the honey store. It cost $10 for a flight of six mead wines.