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What You'll Get
Thanks to their discerning palates, medieval food tasters made sure their king ate only the finest poisons. Train your taste buds with this Groupon.
$35 for a Food Tour (Up to $75 Value)
Groups of approximately 15 foodies traipse around the diverse culinary haunts of Austin, sampling a treasure trove of morsels during each three-hour food tour. Austin Eats’ original gastronomical jaunt, the South Congress food tour, leads participants toward some of Austin’s more eclectic bites, including shrimp and grits or classics such as New York–style pizza and seasonal specials. The East Austin Electric Bicycle Food Tour wends through the East Side’s bevy of Brazilian, African, and Japanese cuisines, and the Austin Van Food Tour corrals participants in an air-conditioned van as they hit up five–seven eateries throughout the city. Click on the desired tour to see the schedule and itinerary. Tour-goers can be accommodated according to most dietary needs.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 16, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. May buy 0 additional as gifts. Limit 2 per visit. Groupon redeemable online beginning 24 hours after the feature ends. 48-hour cancellation policy applies; failure to follow incurs a $25 rescheduling fee. Not valid 10/12-10/14, 11/16-11/18, 12/17-1/4, or 3/8-3/17. Subject to weather conditions. Not valid for alcohol. $14 extra for BBQ/Beer Van Tour. Must use tour by expiration, so customers should book far in advance. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Austin Eats Food Tours
Local residents and Austin Eats Food Tours founders Andy and Lindsey pluck inspiration from their city’s abundant and encyclopedic assortment of cuisine, sharing their finds with locals and visitors. As they lead participants through the city in search of regional and international bites, they regale them with Austin history, such as how it became the capital city of Texas and why Austin-style pizza is shaped like a guitar.