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Savannah Food Tour of the Historic District by Bus

Highlights
  • 3-hour 15 mile loop Savannah food tour by air-conditioned bus
  • Learn about Georgia's culinary history from a food-expert local guide
  • Try classic southern specialties including fried green tomatoes and southern BBQ meat
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Savannah Food Tour of the Historic District by Bus
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Savannah Food Tour of the Historic District by Bus
US$60.57
Overview
Delight in the southern-style cuisine of Savannah, Georgia on this guided, 3-hour food tour of the city’s famous Historic District. Visit six of Savannah’s best eateries — including Paula Deen’s the Lady and Son’s Restaurant — and sample dishes like fried green tomatoes, southern barbeque meat and much more. Learn about the region’s culinary history, like the origins of soul food, while covering a 15-mile loop in an air-conditioned bus. Bring a hearty appetite and a sense of adventure. Georgia peach tea and water are included. Hotel pickup/drop-off available for a fee.
What to Expect
Arrange for a hotel pickup ($5 surcharge) if desired, then begin this guided food tour at the Savannah Visitor Center, located in the passenger terminal at the Central of Georgia Railroad complex. Climb on board an air-conditioned bus and embark on a 3-hour journey to discover Savannah’s finest foods. 

Listen as the guide talks about Savannah’s history and its impact on the region’s cuisine. 

Then enjoy six different food stops, including Paula Deen’s the Lady and Son’s Restaurant for a taste of one of their Southern classics. Elsewhere, sample dishes like fried green tomatoes, southern barbeque meat and much more, including deserts, of course, and plenty of soul food. 

There will also be time to explore Savannah’s famous Historic District before the tour ends with a return trip to the Visitor Center.
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Good but...

The tour itself was fine. Gary was very knowledgeable of the area. The food was also good. I tried to get a refund for 2 tickets due to two family members having to stay home to get surgery. I personally spoke to Gary and again...More

3  Thank D5734PEleslies
Reviewed 8 July 2018 via mobile
Loved it!!

The highlight of our trip. Gary, our tour guide and driver was great. Very knowledgeable about the history of the area. We learned so much. We made 5 restaurant stops. A deli, the chicken salad wrap was really good. Next stop an Italian restaurant. We...More

Thank Punkin227
Reviewed 13 June 2018
ASK FOR GARY

We enjoyed this tour so much! We believe our tour guide, Gary, made all of the difference. He was a wealth of local knowledge and was pleasant to be around. This tour gives you the best of both worlds,.,,,eating great food, riding in an air...More

1  Thank Joe S
Reviewed 3 June 2018
Wonderful Tour and Very "Filling"

My husband and I took this tour on Tuesday, May 29, 2016. We stopped at five different eateries. We agree with the reviews that state don't eat breakfast! Our first stop was that the Wright Square Cafe. We enjoyed their tasting of chicken salad so...More

5  Thank LindaV9736
Reviewed 28 May 2018
Great way to see Savannah while eating good food

I really enjoyed this tour. The food was very good, and our bus driver was very knowledgeable about the city. I'm glad it was an air conditioned bus because it was a hot day. Well worth the money.

1  Thank Marie K
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10 June 2018|
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Response from LindaV9736 | Reviewed this property |
Very minimal. My husband had a torn ACL so we had to be careful. You get on the bus and walk to the restaurant. Then you get back on the bus. The longest was across the street from the restaurant but most were right in front... More
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