Savannah: 3-Hour First Squares Food Tour

Savannah: 3-Hour First Squares Food Tour

From US$ 56.95 per person

Discover the sights and the tastes of historic Savannah on this 3-hour food tour. Learn about the city's fascinating history, elegant architecture and unique culture. Stop for food tastings at 6 of the city’s specialty food stores and restaurants.

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Duration 3 hours
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Wheelchair accessible


  • Visit local eateries and specialty food shops to sample foods such as shrimp and grits, shepherd’s pie and pork belly sliders
  • Learn about Savannah's turbulent history and unique culture from your local guide
  • Enjoy the intimacy of a small group tour with a maximum of 14 participants
Full description
This 3-hour food tour takes you on a leisurely walk through the bustling center of Savannah's Historic District. After a meet and greet with your guide you’ll head out on a flavorful and fun adventure, covering around 1.5 miles. Visit 6 area venues, including specialty food stores and restaurants, to sample the fresh flavors of local cuisine. The tasting includes shrimp and grits, shepherd’s pie, pork belly sliders, sausage rolls, and gourmet honey. Some of the establishments that may be on the itinerary are the Savannah Bee Company, Molly MacPherson's Scottish Pub and Grill, Pie Society and The Ordinary Pub. The tour ends near the City Market, the commercial and social center of historic Savannah since the early 1700s. Explore this 4-block area of restored warehouses and storefronts adjacent to Ellis Square. It’s a perfect stop for shopping, dining or just relaxing the rest of the day away.
  • Local guide
  • Food tastings at 6 stops
  • Map of tour route
  • Alcoholic drinks (available for purchase)
  • Gratuities (optional)

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Meeting point

22 Square inside of the Andaz Hotel. 14 Barnard St. Savannah GA 31401

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Important information

Know before you go

  • You will receive confirmation at the time of booking
  • Vegetarian options are available. Please advise at time of booking if required
  • A moderate amount of walking is involved
  • The tour is wheelchair accessible
  • Tours operate in all weather conditions, so please dress appropriately
  • This activity may not be appropriate for all children. Please exercise discretion as the tour requires standing, walking and listening to history/stories for 3 hours
  • Tastings are the equivalent of a lunch portion. Eating breakfast in advance of the tour is advised
  • Alcoholic beverages must be in a plastic or styrofoam cup and only 1 alcoholic beverage is allowed at a time. Failure to comply may result in a fine by Savannah Police
  • There is a maximum of 14 people per booking
  • If you are traveling with an infant, please advise at the time of booking
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 166 reviews

Review summary

  • Guide
    4.5 / 5
  • Value for money
    4.7 / 5
  • Service
    4.9 / 5
  • Organization
    4.9 / 5
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Cindy was our tour guide and we absolutely loved it! She was knowledgeable about Savannah and was really nice. Each place was delicious. We came in as a bridal party and two of us got the wrong time and they were nice enough to accommodate us. I would 100% recommend!!

February 27, 2021

We met with our guide Kelly and several other guests at the Andaz Hotel where we started with introductions and shrimp and grits. It was delicious. From there we went to the Pie Society and had sausage in a flaky pastry - YUM!! Then it was on to Molly McPhersons for shepard pie - another delicious treat. After which we went to the Ordinary Pub where we tried pork belly sliders on a donut with bacon jam and bread pudding french toast. This was interesting - I truly enjoyed the pork belly - the donut and french toast were not for me. But I was able to get a tomatillo bloody mary to go which was delicious and very spicy. Then it was off to Zunzi's where we were treated to a conquistador sandwich which was also delicious. Our last stop was the honey bee company where we got to try several different kinds of honey. Tupelo was my favorite! It was a gastronomic feast! While we walked from place to place our guide Kelly talked and gave us some interesting tidbits of Savannah history.

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February 21, 2020

Savannah Ann(e) not only knew food she was an encyclopedia of Savannah history. She knew every business and what was down every alley. We learned more in 3 hours than what we learned on our last 3 Savannah trips. Thank you Ann. We will be back for your other tour.

February 11, 2020

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