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Savor the Flavors of Charleston Food Walking Tour

Highlights
  • Book ahead to guarantee your ideal time and day
  • Follow a guide who knows the best places to eat in Charleston
  • Sample enough food to count as a whole meal
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Savor the Flavors of Charleston Food Walking Tour
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10:00am Savor the Flavors TourMost Popular
Our 2.5-hour tour will immerse you in the history and culture of the Lowcountry and allow you experience a remarkable culinary scene in downtown Charleston.
US$68.00
2:00pm Savor the Flavors Tour
Our 2.5-hour tour will immerse you in the history and culture of the Low country and allow you experience a remarkable culinary scene in downtown Charleston.
US$68.00
Overview
One of the best things about traveling to a new place is sampling the dining scene, and this Charleston food tour saves you time on researching where to eat. Walk to local restaurants, markets, and bakeries to taste local delicacies such as grits, pralines, and South Carolina barbecue. You’ll be well satiated by the end of this tour, with some great ideas about where to return for the rest of your trip.
What to Expect
Your Charleston food tour meets on Anson Street at Bulldog Tours. Check in and meet your guide and group before heading out into the city on foot.

Learn about how South Carolina’s food scene has changed over the years, and get a feeling for its current status as you pop into local eateries and bakeries. Stop by popular markets where locals like to snag a bite to eat, and taste samples of some of the best examples of Charleston food.

Expect to try foods like stone-ground grits, pralines, collard greens, South Carolina barbecue, benne wafers, gourmet chocolate, and Southern seafood. The tastings on this tour qualify as a meal for most travelers, saving you the hassle of figuring out where to eat. You can also purchase alcoholic beverages along the way at your own expense.
Reviews (78)
1 - 5 of 46 reviews
Reviewed 6 days ago
Great time

Kathy did a fantastic job of telling us of the history of Charleston food scene. We had a great sampling of food from the restaurants that we visited. I would definitely recommend this tour.

Thank mimishiveley
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Military Group Tour

I always bring my military groups downtown several times a year from base through our MWR program to do this tour. They absolutely LOVE it, it is such a hit and a great way for them to get to know the area they are new...More

Thank LIBERTYNWS
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Great tour

Franny was excellent. She told us great history of the city and food in Charleston. This was the highlight of our trip to Charleston. The food was excellent also. This seems like the tour company to go on all tours. We took a ghost tour...More

1  Thank Robert M
Reviewed September 7, 2018 via mobile
Loved The Tour

I love Charleston and Food. We have often talked about doing a Food tour while here but never got around to it. So glad we scheduled our tour with Bulldog. Did the 10:00 AM and glad we did because of the heat. Our guide, Gordon,...More

4  Thank Karen F
Reviewed September 5, 2018 via mobile
This Tour is a Must!

If you only have 1 day to spend in Charleston you must book Savor the Flavors of Charleston! We did the Market & Horse Carriage ride earlier, but this was a highlight of the trip. Book your tour with Franny Russell if you can. She...More

1  Thank Ginger D
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Michelle M
October 12, 2018|
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Response from Ginger D | Reviewed this property |
Not many steps, but plenty of walking.
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Shari C
August 22, 2018|
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This walking tour we walked on uneven pavement, cobblestone roads, cracked/broken sidewalks with granite stone curbs. In addition, even though we were in a group, there were a lot other tourists walking on narrow sidewalks... More
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Kim B
June 25, 2018|
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Response from SL21872 | Reviewed this property |
We stopped at a candy shop and had pecans. I can’t say that the kitchens at the restaurants we stopped at we’re free of those listed nuts.
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