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Savannah Historic and Secret East Side Food Tour

From US$59.95
  • Historical and culinary tour of Savannah showcases the city’s best assets 
  • Sample classic dishes from six eateries, which is enough for lunch 
  • Walk through the historical Eastside neighborhood and historic downtown
Savannah Historic and Secret East Side Food Tour
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Though Savannah is famous for its classic Southern cuisine, innovative restaurants in the historical Eastside are putting twists on Southern classics. Sample inspired dishes form a combination of six big-name and local-approved establishments on a tour limited to 16 people, all while picking up stories and trivia from Savannah’s past. Plus, discounts at the end of this guided tour let you go back for full meals on your own.
What to Expect
Make your way to a central meeting location in Savannah to meet your guide and group. Begin to stroll through Savannah’s historic Downtown and Eastside neighborhoods en route to six fine dining and casual establishments beloved by locals.

Sample twists on Southern classics such as pimento cheese croissants, peach cobbler waffles, and fried green tomato chutney—enough for a satisfying lunch. Though some beverages are provided, you are welcome to purchase more.

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. 

Tour is conducted at a leisurely pace and includes two rest breaks over the course of one mile (1.6 kilometers). Conclude your tour near original departure point.
Reviews (222)
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Reviewed 2 days ago
Country is the best!

She was a great guide, VERY knowledgeable of many aspects of the city. Took us to some great places and we loved the food. Went back to Cha Bella for dinner and we were present for the engagement party Country had told us about. Thank...More

Thank Ed G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Simply outstanding

Our tour guide Country was absolutely awesome. She was everything a tour guide should be: entertaining, informative, helpful, funny, and just a delight. It started raining as we were approaching our next to the last stop and she called ahead and had them reserve some...More

1  Thank jad0521
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Things to know in advance

So we went on a food tour that was out plan first problem was trying to find parking at the Smith Butcher shop... there was no parking in near it so we had to try to find something on the streets that was a problem...More

1  Thank Laura M
Reviewed 9 September 2018
A Down Home Southern experience and Added Bonus!

Darothy, Yes that’s right; her name is spelled correctly with an “A”. Darothy was a fountain of information and southern charm at its finest with our small group. She really made you feel at home during the tour. What was really special was we’d stop...More

1  Thank Margie P
Reviewed 8 September 2018 via mobile
Great day!

We're in town for the weekend for a quick anniversary trip. We booked this tour and it didn't disappoint. Our guide was great! Fun and very knowledgeable about the history and quirks of Savannah. Smith Brothers butcher shop/ deli was delightful. The charcuterie board and...More

1  Thank Mela_drama
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5 October 2018|
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Response from Louise925 | Reviewed this property |
There are some stairs at restaurants. A wheelchair would be difficult on the city sidewalks.
22 June 2018|
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Response from ahousey3 | Reviewed this property |
We did not have any on our tour. If you did bring a dog, I would guess you’d have to leave them outside at a couple of the places that we went inside. Most of the tour is outside but you go into a barbecue restaurant which... More