Stroll through the east side of Savannah's Historic District to sample food at 6 restaurants on this lunchtime culinary walking tour. With a food-loving guide and a small group of 16 people or less, explore both hidden gems and well-known hot spots. During this 3-hour outing, taste local delicacies like fried green tomato chutney, chopped pork sandwich and en papillote chicken. Listen as your local guide fills you in on Savannah's distinctive culture and tumultuous history; the food and conversation add up to a tour that's both gastronomically and intellectually satisfying.
- Food walking tour of Savannah Historic District's east side
- Learn about Savannah's history, architecture and culture from your local guide
- Stop in to at least 6 famous restaurants and insider hangouts during your 3-hour tour
- Tastings add up to a full lunch and are all included in your tour price
- Small-group tour limited to 16 people ensures more personalized attention from your guide
- Visit Savannah's oldest Butcher, Smith Brothers Butcher Shop.
- Sample foods such as pimento cheese croissants, en papillote chicken sandwiches and Belgium Liege Waffles.
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
If you're looking for lowcountry favorites and places only Savannah patrons would know about, this tour is for you! Your insider guide will help you discover restaurants you'll keep coming back to for the rest of your stay in the city!
What You Can Expect
Meet your local guide and small tour group of 16 people or less in Savannah's Historic District. Meander through the tranquil, elegant squares on the district's east side, learning about Savannah's southern culture and rich history as you walk past many examples of the city's elegant architecture. During the 1.1-mile (1.77 km) walk, your first stop will be at Smith Brothers Butcher Shop, which dates from 1924 and is more than just your average butcher shop. At each of the subsequent stops, taste bites like chicken sandwiches en papillote, chopped BBQ pork, tomato chutney and peach cobbler waffles. Possible locations include Zunzi's Takeout, 17Hundred90 Inn & Restaurant, Mirabelle Cafe and Wall's BBQ. Your culinary exploration of Savannah's most famous restaurants and best-kept secrets, which takes 3 hours and includes all tastings, tales and plenty of fun, ends only a few blocks from the starting location. You'll depart with a map that makes it easy to go back to your favorites later.
Great tour led by Maria! Wonderful local food at places I'd never find on my own. Plus an insightful dialogue on the history of Savannah as we strolled between stops. All in all a wonderful day.
This was a great tour. Not only delicious food but the tour guide was very knowledgeable about the history of the restaurants and city. You will end the tour hungry. I was almost too full to eat dessert at the last stop. Well worth the money.
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I would recommend this tour for anyone interested in learning about some of the local eateries not frequented by tourists in the historic district. The walking is not strenuous, and there is time to sit and cool down in each establishment. All of the spots had excellent food, too!
This tour was amazing!
This tour was beyond our expectations. Country our guide brought so much extra to the tour, she was entertaining while being very knowledgeable about Savannah and it's history. Stops on this tour were out of the way small places which just brought so much more then a general tour of restaurants that are already well known. Definitely recommend to anyone who wants a fun tour with great food sampling.
This tour was amazing!
Far better than tours of national chain restaurants we have taken in other cities. Having the local favorites arranged for us was much more interesting, especially when coupled with our tour guide's knowledge of Savannah history. Food was great, and the total experience even better!
We loved the off the main path restaurants. Wall St BBQ was incredible and we would NEVER have found it on our own. Maria was a great guide who not only new food but history. I would probably not do the tour in summer. While Maria tried to keep us in the shade as much as possible it was still hot. A fun day.
Fabulous!!! Awesome experience with yummy food, delightful conversation, historic information, cultural understanding and lots of laughter!! Lisa was wonderful as our guide and we totally enjoyed all the restaurant selections and offerings as well as the beauty of Savannah. Highly recommend also had the best margarita ever at the 17Hundred90 and it is fun to be able to walk down the street with your drink!!
We really enjoyed this tour. We had plenty of good food and learned lots of interesting information about Savannah.