Walk the streets of historic Inman Park and learn why this popular destination ranks tops among Atlanta's diverse food neighborhoods. Sample regional delights and local cuisine from five locally owned restaurants and navigate the streets with your expert guide like a local.
Atlanta's Inman Park Food Tour
Sample regional cuisine and southern fare at five local spots
Follow your friendly guide and navigate streets like a local
Ready your appetite and your walking shoes for this incredible Inman Park food tour! Take a leisurely stroll through the tree-lined streets of this popular neighborhood and check out some of the area's best-loved restaurants. Your Food Tours Atlanta guide will introduce you to the stories, architecture and culture of this destination as you make your way through three miles of city streets. Visit five locally-owned restaurants and sample delectable local treats, including dumplings and souther fare.
Viator Traveler's Reviews
Cecil L G
, Jul 2017
This was a great tour even though I've been going to Atlanta all my life I got to see a side of the city I never had seen. Our tour guides Michael and Christie were very knowledgeable about everything in the Inman Park Neighborhood. The food was very good and was quite diverse on the culinary spectrum. I would highly recommend this tour.
We only had one full day in Atlanta and the Inman Park Food Tour was a great way to see a little of the city, learn some history and taste some great food. Michael was a wonderful and entertaining tour guide!
Cristy was very knowledgeable and fun. We had a great time. Loved the Inman neighborhood. Such a great family community. All the food was good too. We did the tour first thing after arriving in Atlanta. It gave us a great point of reference for everything else we did. And Cristy told us about different event happening while we were in town that we could enjoy. Made for a great weekend. We loved the lantern festival! Thanks Cristy!
The Tour Was About So Much More Than Just Food. Inman park has a great deal of history and homes built at the turn of the century in Victorian style. As far as restuarants, my favorite spot was one Eared Stag, where the tour started. Christie, our guide, was fantastic.
Outstanding food and history. The community is beautiful. We had so much fun with the tour guide she is knowledgeable and loves what she is doing. Walking in the rain was a lot of fun. I recommend bringing your umbrella verses cancelling due to bad weather.