Savannah Historic District Savory Foodie Tour By Junket

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A full refund will apply if you cancel more than 24 hours before the activity start time.

Duration3 hours
Guide LanguageEnglish
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About

Come on our Flavorful Food Tour presented by Junket!
Savannah can be considered one of the food capitals of the South and with good reason. From down-home cooking to modern fare, there is something for everyone in the Hostess City. Our guides have done all the work for you, and put together a list of the best restaurants and dishes Savannah has to offer. From gumbo to innovative chocolates to a traditional Georgia dessert, you're sure to leave satisfied, yet wanting more. Come along with us and enjoy the best cuisine in Savannah.

Itinerary

Visit one of Savannah's most stunning and haunting homes to learn more about the dark history of infidelity and death.
This 2011-opened chocolate business offers some delectable treats. The chocolatier here is constantly experimenting and altering to create flavors that tell stories.
Discover Juliette Gordon Low, the woman who founded the Girl Scouts, and her shocking secrets.
Sample three Southern staples at once, and learn how these quintessential Southern foods may not be so Southern after all.
Spend a few minutes looking over the market's distinctive products. Everyone may find something to like, and you can pick up some treats for your pets to enjoy too!
During the Revolutionary War, the British controlled Savannah, and remnants of that rule can still be seen today. One excellent example is this meat pie-centric eatery. Try their famed pork pie prepared "properly."
This pub originally served as a bank, the location of a slave-trading business, and the base of operations for a Union general during the Civil War. Today, its gumbo is what makes it so popular. Take a bite of the meal that best exemplifies the South's cultural mashup.
Pay a visit to the most well-known African-American monument in Savannah and is meant to symbolize the new beginnings in America.
The vessel, built in 1995 but designed to look like a steamboat from the 1800s, was formerly a floating casino. As soon as the laws changed, it became Savannah River Cruises, an excellent way to view the city.
Look through locally made art and jewelry at this shop located in an 1820s cotton warehouse.
Built to reflect what the river market would have been like in the mid-1800s, take a few minutes to browse through this lively spot.
Try out one of Georgia's most famous desserts, the pecan praline.
As you learn about Savannah's Catholic heritage, look up 214 feet to the roof of the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist.

Inclusions

Insider tips and recommendations
Professional and knowledgeable local guide
Pre-selected food samples

Exclusions

Transportation
Alcoholic beverages

Additional Information

  • Service animals allowed
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Not recommended for travelers with poor cardiovascular health
  • Travelers should have at least a moderate level of physical fitness
  • The tour lasts 3 hours. This is a walking tour and travel time is included in the tour duration.

Guide Languages

  • English

Cancellation Policy

  • A full refund will apply if you cancel more than 24 hours before the activity start time.

  • No refund is possible if you cancel less than 24 hours before the activity start time.