Hi! My name is Erin and I love Lexington, its food, and meeting new people. As my family has traveled over the past few years, booking a food tour has become our go-to move. It’s so fun to learn about the history and traditions of a city through its food culture. We’ve learned about long fought battles to be the best bagel in Montreal, the startups of Denver’s urban wineries, to the stories behind the North Shore shrimp trucks in Oahu.
On a recent Nashville food tour (shoutout to Walk Eat Nashville!), I got to see the city in a whole different way. I’ve been to Nashville dozens of times, read some landmark signs, hunted down the top-rated restaurants….but, something about seeing the city and its food through the eyes of a fun-loving local just makes it better. So, I thought….why am I not doing this where I live?
Find answers to commonly asked questions about our tours below:
We offer full refunds and exchanges up to 48 hours before a scheduled tour begins.
Yes! Gift cards can be purchased through this link:
We can definitely accommodate vegetarians, but are unable to accommodate vegan, dairy-free, or gluten-free diets. Please be sure to include any food allergies or vegetarian accommodations when booking your ticket because food is pre-ordered with our restaurant partners.
No, but suggested cocktails are available at each stop.
Typically, food tours are not a good idea for kids under 12 because tours are 3 hours in length with walking and standing. If you still feel like it’s something your under 12 kid would enjoy, let us know and we’ll offer a discounted ticket. Drink tour patrons must be 21+ with valid ID.
The 3 hour food tours include 5 small plates that will equal a satisfying lunch. The drink tour includes some heavy appetizers with 4 craft cocktails.
Public tours can include up to 12 people.
Yes, your tour guide will point out bathrooms at each stop.
All tours are under one mile of leisurely walking. There could be a hill.
Dress for comfort and wear walking shoes. Tours run rain, shine, or snow, so please check the weather and plan accordingly by bringing sunscreen, coat, or umbrella.
The deadline is two hours before scheduled tours.
No. Please show your appreciation with a tip if you feel your guide did a great job. Suggested tip is industry standard, 15-20%.