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Savannah Food Tour of the Historic District by Bus

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icon3 hours  (Approx.)
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iconOffered in: English
Good for avoiding crowds


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.
  • 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
  • Sample traditional soul food dishes while exploring six eateries around Savannah Historic District
  • Visit The Lady and Son's Restaurant, run by ex-Food Network presenter, Paula Deen
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Food sample
Transport by bus
Hotel drop-off

Departure Point

Savannah for Morons: Comedy Trolley Tour, 301 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Savannah, GA 31401, USA

Departure Time

11:00 AM

Return Details

Returns to original departure point
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.
Stop At:  
Savannah Historic District
Admission Ticket Free
Stop At:  
Savannah Movie Tours
Admission Ticket Free
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Most travelers can participate
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Minimum 2-guests per booking
  • A maximum of 24 people can fit on the bus
  • Dress code includes comfortable walking shoes and weather-appropriate clothes
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 12 travelers
  • OPERATED BY Savannah Movie Tours

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund.

  • This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund.

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What is the maximum group size during Savannah Food Tour of the Historic District by Bus?
This activity will have a maximum of 12 travelers.

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Air Conditioned Bus for the Win
, Jul 2020
The best feature of this food tour was that it was by air conditioned bus. It would’ve been way too hot to walk through Savannah by foot. The first stop at Corleone’s was great (although an older establishment) - best bruschetta we have ever had. The second stop was at the Wright Square Cafe. Service there was friendly but a little hasty as the food was given to us at the counter instead of at one of their tables (also wasn’t our favorite food in terms of taste -Chicken salad wrap with a string bean salad). The third stop at Bowtie Barbecue had great food and service. This food tour is great for kids particularly because of the final two stops: Byrd’s cookies (awesome cookie bar to sample from and you get a bag to fill) and River Street Sweets, where we received friendly service and a tasty bag of sweet treats. This tour included a pretty good taste of history and movies relevant to Savannah.
Great foodie riding tour
, Jun 2020
We enjoyed the tour. There was 5 of us in our party. We really enjoyed Gary’s narrative as we traveled between stops. The only thing we wish is that they would have 4 savory and stops and only 1 sweet stop. We had 2 sweet stops right in a row and it seemed a little much. We will definitely be interested in doing the walking foodie tour the next time we are in Savannah!
, Jun 2020
Gerry was absolutely INCREDIBLE!!! Not only was he extremely friendly, outgoing, and interactive, he was EXTREMELY knowledgeable about Savannah. We actually canceled the history tour we had scheduled for the next day because there was nothing they were going to tell us that he hadn’t already. He was also so patient with me, I had to call my bank because of some fradulent charges made to my account and was on the phone with them for an hour and a half. He went out of his way to stop at an ATM for me and Walgreens so I could grab some milk. He could have canceled the tour altogether because it was just myself and my grandmother on the tour! He also picked us up at our hotel instead of us having to meet him at the welcome center! He also bought both my grandmother and myself boxes of cookies from Byrd’s cookies and got us samples from River Street Sweets! I could go on and on and on but it’s time for me to go parasailing! If you are looking for an amazing food tour while in Savannah do not look any further! You will be disappointed if you pick anyone other than Gerry!!!
Great tour!
, Mar 2020
We enjoyed some delicious food with nice folks on the food tour which drove us to five restaurants. We enjoyed the interesting stories and history that our guide, Gary, told us as he drove around Savannah. He was interesting and had a nice sense of humor. It was great!
, Feb 2020
Great tour!!! Our tour guide was excellent!!! He did a great job would def take the tour again! They really take time to show you Savannah and tell you a bit of history.
Great food & guide!
, Jan 2020
We had a great time. Our tour guide was so patient and informative. What a great way to get to know Savannah!
Savannah Food tour of te Historic District by Bus
, Nov 2019
We had a group of 14 people. We visited fie different sites so we got a variety of food experences. Everyone in our group enjoyed the experience.
Great Tour & Great Value
, Jun 2019
The Savannah food tour with Gary was well done—informative, tasty, and worth the time and money. Gary’s knowledge of the city’s history and its connection with films was impressive. The five food stops were delectable and filled us up with a solid lunch. Finally, the three hours passed by quickly while leaving you satisfied that you got your money’s worth.
Very dissapointed
, May 2019
To start, we booked this specific tour to have access to ac on the bus. We didn't find out until we got on the bus that morning that the AC was not working on a 98 degree day. Online, this is advertised as 6 stops in the historic district and we only went to 5, well outside of the historic district. It was stated that Georgia peach tea and water are included at each place and my group had to purchase waters at one of the stops. Only 3 of the stops were specifically catered towards our tour group. The cookie and candy shops were giving the same free samples to anyone who walked in the door - nothing special for the tour group. Only 2 places included what is advertised as " soul food" or southern bbq. Overall, the host has a good amount of information but felt like we were driving aimlessly for far too long. In between 2 places, we were on the hot bus driving for over 35 minutes. This was a letdown and not accurate to what was advertised. Not worth a $60 ticket, maybe a $30 ticket at best.
Great trip for foodies
Carol H
, Mar 2019
Great trip for foodies. Gary, our tour director, did a great job. The food at Paula Deen’s was our favorite. Ate too much, but totally enjoyed the tour.

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