Atlanta: Modern Southern Food Tour of Historic Inman Park
- Enjoy traditional Southern foods like black pepper biscuits with gravy and bacon, smoked chicken wings and boiled peanuts
- Experience more modern Southern foods like Gu's dumplings, Waldorf kale salad and a custom cocktail made from local vodka
- Experience the history of old Atlanta while strolling the tree-lined streets of Inman Park
- Explore Krog Street Market, voted one of the country's top food halls
- Take photos in front of some of the city's most iconic murals along the Atlanta Beltline Eastside Trail
Atlanta is a city of small, interconnected neighborhoods, and historic Inman Park is one of the city’s most beloved. Over the years, it's become one of the city’s premier foodie destinations. While walking between restaurants, you'll meander through the street of Inman Park and hear the history of how this posh suburb from the 1890s became blighted in the 1960s before being resettled by urban pioneers who renovated the dilapidated Victorian homes, bringing the neighborhood back to its former glory.
Then, you'll get the chance to explore the city’s rich arts scene as you walk along the Eastside Trail of Atlanta’s Beltline. The former railroad tracks have been transformed into a pedestrian trail winding through the city. This takes you over to the Krog Street Market, voted one of the country’s top food halls, offering a variety of delicious eats. This will be the final stop on the tour - about a 15 minute walk from where it started.
- Local expert guide
- Tastings at 6 locally-owned restaurants
- One craft cocktail tasting (if you are 21+ years old)
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- People with mobility impairments
- Wheelchair users
Prepare for the activity
Tour guests should meet in front of the One Eared Stag (1029 Edgewood Ave). The meeting point is right across the street from the Inman Park MARTA Station. Your guide will have a brown messenger bag. Please see the guide to check in. There is free off-street parking around the restaurant.Open in Google Maps ⟶
- Comfortable shoes
- Sun hat
- Rain gear
• Children Under 4 are free (but do not receive the tastings)
• You will walk approximately 2 miles over the course of the tour, mostly downhill and with lots of stops to sit and eat. If you can walk for 15 minutes at a leisurely pace without stopping you should be fine.
• The Atlanta Beltline is not shaded. Bring any sun protection you need.
• Water is only provided at restaurant stops. Bring your own water bottle to refill.