Food Tours of Chattanooga
January 18, 2017
Food-related travel has exploded in popularity over the last several years. Whether you’re a self-proclaimed foodie who seeks are the latest and greatest food trends wherever you go, or whether you just like to enjoy good food while you travel, Chattanooga has a variety of delicious food tours for you to enjoy. Chattanooga’s diverse range of restaurants have been tempting visitors with delectable delights of every food origin for years. From BBQ, burgers, and fried chicken to locally curated farm to table cuisine, Chattanooga has it all. Book your room at our Tennessee Bed and Breakfast today, and discover Chattanooga’s best food tours.
Chattanooga, a top travel destination in the south, has become a hip and trendy travel destination. Accordingly, there are some excellent eats, if you just know where to look. Along the way, you’ll discover plenty of Chattanooga’s rugged, yet sophisticated, charm. If you’re short on time, the Eat, Sip, and Walk a Bit tour of Chattanooga’s Southside is a must-do activity for foodies. This food tour will include a stop at Feed Co. Tavern & Table, where you’ll find Food Network Star Chef Charlie, Conga Latin Food, either The Terminal or Debarge Winery, and a stop at the Flying Squirrel Bar or Slicks Burgers. The Eat, Sip, and Walk a Bit tour through Downtown also isn’t bad, as it includes venerable favorites such as the Blue Water Grill and the 212 Market Restaurant, which is hailed as the best Farm to Table Restaurant in all of Tennessee. If you’d rather go at Chattanooga’s food scene on your own, here is a list of the best local eats to get you started:
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