Professional chefs generally know more than the average cook, including how to remove the poisonous glands from onions. Sample food prepared by multiple pros with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $50 for a Historic Downtown culinary tour for two (up to a $100 value)
- $95 for a Historic Downtown culinary tour for four (up to a $200 value)
During each 2.5-hour culinary walking tour, a knowledgeable tour guide shares historical anecdotes about Charleston in relation to low country cuisine while shepherding groups to four of the city’s locally owned and operated restaurants to sample food and to meet their owners. The tour includes all food and nonalcoholic-beverage tastings, which amounts to a full meal for most people.
Though Charleston Culinary Tours sometimes offers a discounted price online, this Groupon is still the best deal available.
Charleston Culinary Tours
The knowledgeable guides of Charleston Culinary Tours and Lowcountry Walking Tours acquaint tour-goers with the rich cultural and historical heritage of the largest historic district in the United States through two distinct branches. Lowcountry Walking Tours's guides delve into the histories and mysteries of Charleston, revealing its both dark and romantic origins. Their excursions venture downtown or out to Mount Pleasant, each exploring the events that shaped the region with an emphasis on the areas toured. They often meander the streets of the French Quarter as guides opine on the historic churches, horticulture, and reason why the city had to change its name from Tokyo to Charleston.
Charleston Culinary Tours introduce groups to the area through their taste buds. Each restaurant tour journeys to four acclaimed restaurants, granting a bounty of food tastings alongside a meet-and-greet with restaurant owners and chefs. On the farmer's market tour, groups explore the farm-fresh finds of a market named one of the nation's best by Travel + Leisure, then venture to an area restaurant where they can savor the newly picked produce within a gourmet meal. The farm-to-table theme continues on the mixology tour, where participants sip specialty cocktails infused with fresh herbs and produce as the learn about the secrets to Charleston's craft cocktail scene.
A great way to start your Charleston stay.TNLeMays, 11/3/12
The food was delicious, the pacing of the tour of four eateries was comfortable, and Glenn was delightful as a guide and fellow foodie.PhylloVino, 11/10/12
161 E Bay St.
Charleston, South Carolina 29401