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Nashville food tours

Nashville food tours go beyond the essential culinary experience to immerse you in the city’s culture.

During these highly-rated tours, you enjoy delicious food and drinks from Nashville’s best restaurants and streets with a fun and informative guide leading the way.

Food is a language in its own right, and you don’t have to be a foodie to understand it.

Nashville is known as “Music City” and is famous for its bustling music scene, down-home hospitality, and great food.

This article shares everything you must know before booking your food tours in Nashville.

Taste of Nashville Food & Sightseeing Tour

Group enjoying a food tour in Nashville

On this small-group food tour,  enjoy sampling Nashville’s food and drink.

As you visit eccentric and picturesque areas with a guide, get introduced to the city’s food, history, culture, and sights all in one trip.

Sample slow-roasted barbecue, real hot chicken, and Nashville’s icy cocktail, the Bushwhacker, at local establishments.


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Small-Group Food Walking Tour of Nashville

Local delicacy of Nashville

A three-hour Southern gastronomy tour in the historic Midtown neighborhood of Nashville will take you through modest, quiet streets.

Finish the tour with a belly full of delicious cuisine and a deeper grasp of Nashville/Southern culture and history.

Learn how to live like a local on this tour.

If you prefer individual attention and customization during your culinary tour of Nashville, check out the Private Secret Food Tour.


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Small-Group Nashville Food and History Tour

tourists enjoy drinks on Nashville food tour

Nashville is a foodie’s paradise, with everything from crispy fried chicken to whole-hog BBQ.

This private three-hour gourmet tour offers food trials for a meal and samples the city’s iconic flavors.

The guided commentary provides information on the history and culture of the area.

A party of up to 14 people can join this excursion.


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Germantown Food and Sightseeing Walking Tour in Nashville

Food on display during Nashville food tour

Germantown is Nashville’s most historic neighborhood with restored streets and Victorian mansions converted to small boutiques and fashionable cafés.

Start your cuisine tour at Bicentennial Mall and stroll past the Walk of Counties, Sulphur Dell Park, and the top of French Lick Creek with your guide.

On this small-group trip, you’ll visit the Farmer’s Market and eat gourmet delicacies while your guide tells you about Nashville’s culinary culture.


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Barbecue, Beer & Bourbon: Nashville Culinary Adventure

Culinary Adventure in Nashville

Nashville may be recognized for its music, but it’s also famed for its BBQ and brew.

Hit three of the city’s most in-the-know venues to sample craft beer, winning whiskeys, smoked meats, and local bourbons on this unique, foodie-focused tasting tour, which concludes with an insider’s visit to Nelson’s Green Brier Distillery.

Get off the beaten path and gain an insider’s view of the city’s food and beverage scene.

Listen to local folklore and myths, and learn about the history of Tennessee’s powerhouse metropolis.


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Private Nashville’s Classic Cuisine & History Tour

Classic Cuisine & History Tour in Nashville

On this private half-day trip, see the best of Nashville.

As you travel across the city in a luxury vehicle, you’ll learn about the ‘Music City’ and explore sights like the Capitol, the Bicentennial Mall, Five Points, and more.

To round up your tour of Nashville, try some of the city’s famous cuisine, such as real hot chicken, slow-cooked barbecue, and craft beer.

Enjoy a personalized experience with your private tour guide and vehicle.


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Drinking tours in Nashville

Drinking tours in Nashville

Nashville is a city famous for its drinking, so it is only natural to try at least one drinking tour during your holiday in Music City.

If you are looking for the best drinking party tours in Nashville, TN, check out our five favorite drinking and eating tours. 

The Jack Daniels Distillery is 144 km (90 miles) from Nashville in historic Lynchburg, Tennessee, and tourists love the guided tour to the distillery, including whiskey tastings.

Tourists who prefer VIP treatment opt for the Jack Daniels Angel’sAngel’s Share Tour, which also gets you an engraved bottle of Jack Daniel’sDaniel’s Single Barrel. 

Or you can opt to see Downtown Nashville on a unique 75-minute Public Party Tractor Tour with its onboard dance floor, DJ, and cash bar. 

If you want to try out Nashville Downtown but want to give the Tractor a skip, check out the guided pub crawl on Second Avenue.

Some prefer to discover Nashville’sNashville’s thriving nightlife scene during a guided pub crawl with Moonshine, Cocktails, and Craft Beer.


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General Jackson Showboat with Local Lunch or Dinner

General Jackson Showboat with Local Lunch or Dinner in Nashville

This adventure includes a cruise on Nashville’s Cumberland River on the ‘General Jackson Showboat,’ one of the country’s largest paddle-wheel boats.

Enjoy the beauty as well as live entertainment along the riverbanks. The price includes round-trip transportation from local hotels.

From a real paddle-wheel showboat, take in the cityscape.

During this four-hour tour, enjoy live entertainment, including music, comedy, and dancers. 


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Southern Belle Biscuit & Breakfast Baking Class in Nashville

Biscuit & Breakfast Baking Class in Nashville

This baking workshop in Nashville will teach you how to make authentic Southern biscuits.

An expert shows Southern biscuit-making from start to finish and offers the history and tips and tricks.

You’ll get a hands-on lesson as well as fresh warm biscuits while you learn.

This participatory session will give you a taste of authentic Southern hospitality.

Enjoy biscuits made from two different recipes, as well as Southern gravy.

After this two-and-a-half-hour session, take home a batch of your homemade biscuits.

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