Lingering too long at a single restaurant results in legs falling asleep, food going cold, and the maitre d’ building a nest from patrons’ belongings. Dodge stagnant dining with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $25 for a downtown culinary tour for one (a $59 value)
- $49 for a downtown culinary tour for two (a $118 value)<p>
Tourists choose between a 2.5-hour walking tour or a 3-hour driving tour. Knowledgeable guides teach guests about the history of some of Knoxville’s more note-worthy districts while shepherding then across downtown Knoxville. They visit a rotating lineup of local eateries and speciality food shops for samples, drinks, and epicurean conversations with chefs. See the schedule for more details. All tours meet at the Knoxville Visitor Center.<p>
Knoxville Food Tours
Knoxville Food Tours' squadron of knowledgeable guides pilots pedestrians through downtown Knoxville's eclectic cache of local eateries, introducing locals and visitors alike to a smattering of tasty cuisine during tours that have garnered press from outlets such as the Knoxville News Sentinel. Each walking tour leads participants to a rotating lineup of local haunts, where they'll enjoy drinks and sample local fare such as pastries, pizza, sushi, vegetarian cuisine, and produce from nearby farmers. At each stop on the excursion, chefs and restaurateurs proffer friendly, insightful culinary conversation to bolster the enlightening nuggets of historical information dispensed by the well-informed guides or their sentient atlases.
91% of 195 customers recommend
“My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed...our tour guide, Paula was great and the food we tried was awesome :)”
“Good food Bring friends to share experience Get flight of beer if option available Guide was sick but I am sure gives a great tour when well We talked with another...”
“Good food Bring friends to share experience Get flight of beer if option available Guide was sick but I am sure gives a great tour when well We talked with another couple and had a great time”
“GREAT WAY TO TRY NEW RESTAURANTS”