Ever been curious about what the Xs on a moonshine jug mean, or who the genius was who invented barbecue? On Atlanta Food Walks' Downtown Southern Food Tour, you'll learn all kinds of interesting tidbits about the history of Southern food while you indulge your tastebuds with tasty bites of some of the city's culinary gems. During this three-hour walking tour, you'll visit seven different restaurants, where you'll get to try 15 different food and drink samples, from soul food and contemporary barbecue to low-country cuisine and Creole-style candies, plus gourmet tea and specialty juices. Perfect for both locals and tourists, this tour takes you off the beaten path to the great places you might not otherwise hear about.
Scheduled stops include:
Paschal’s — unofficial headquarters of the Civil Rights movement
Smoke Ring — contemporary barbecue
Arden’s Garden — Atlanta’s oldest juicery
Just Add Honey — boutique tea shop
Sweet Auburn Seafood — lowcountry seafood
Metro Deli and Soul Food — traditional soul food
Miss D’s Pralines — New Orleans-style candy shop
For more information, visit the Atlanta Food Walks website.
Stops are current at time of publication, but subject to change.