Downtown Charleston Culinary Tour

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Charleston, United States

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2 hours 30 minutes (Approx.)
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Offered in: English

Overview

Combine Charleston’s history with unique food samplings on this guided, 2.5-hour, small-group culinary walking tour. Explore Charleston’s Old and Historic District, discovering the local landmarks and cuisine of three to four favorite, locally owned and operated restaurants. Enjoy enough samples to make a meal for most visitors. Taste local favorites at establishments like Poogan's Smokehouse and Carmella’s Café. All food tastings are included on this fantastic introduction to the ‘Holy City.’
  • Get to know Charleston, South Carolina
  • Enjoy the cuisine at three or four local eateries
  • Explore Charleston’s Old and Historic District
  • All food tastings are included
  • Small-group ensures a personalized experience

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Steele A
, Nov 2018

Dustin was great... he is an original and made everything fun. Food was great too... would be nice if umbrellas were provided. :)

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Linda H
, Aug 2018

The guide was awesome. Very knowledgable and entertaining. The food was fabulous. Would definitely recommend.

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Grenbriar
, Jul 2018

Loved Mimi's your . All food was great except tiny slice of lemon bar and pushed alcoholic drinks. All our previous food tours would. Have more than one desserts to taste.

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Jarred M
, Jul 2018

This tour was everything I wanted from a culinary food tour. We ate so much amazing food and it met and exceeded my expectations Our guide was great too

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Kallen P
, Jul 2018

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Charles B
, Apr 2018

My wife and I enjoy food tours when we travel and we were looking forward to Charleston with all it's history and Low Country cooking. Unfortunately, this tour fell well short of our expectations. First of all, the guide was responsible for two groups simultaneously which was absurd. The pace was SLOW!! Two hours for three stops. The quality of the food was above average but no seafood. The history provided was average but difficult to hear over the noise of the 1st restaurant and very little in regard to the Civil War. On a positive note, they were able to accommodate my wife's Gluten allergy.

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Shawn H
, Apr 2018

Last stop at Toast wouldn’t recommend. Served us old, cold cupcakes.

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Sandra R
, Apr 2018

Really good experience. Didn't care for the Oyster Bar oysters were not on the menu for us food was just sub-par. We skipped the dessert restaurant because, I for one do not care for chocolate and our guide decided to take us down to the docks before this last restaurant and one of my friends just could not walk that far, we had already walked enough for her, she has had two knew replacements. Would we do it again, probably not, a lot of history talk, which is ok for some, 60/person, I feel that I could spend on a really nice meal in a great restaurant for a few hours...laid back relaxing.

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Mike L
, Mar 2018

Thought it might be more informative. Food was OK. My wife enjoyed tour portion more than I.

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Ad Libitum
, Mar 2018

I am habitually a five star rater, however, this one was different. The tour leader, Patrick was young and a little full of himself. For instance, he had the attitude that his customers were ignorant of things like how to clean a cast iron pan, the meaning of the term low country, etc. Morevover, two of the four venues became primarily an opportunity to sell drinks rather than focus on the food. The food was good but by no means extraordinary.


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