Looking to spice up your weekend food options? You’ve never seen Austin eating like this: on walking tours in popular parts of the city. Stop at places you’ve never been, trying dishes you’ve never tried and hearing about foodie parts of the city you’ve maybe taken for granted.
Austin Eats Food Tours will take you on three-hour walking tours where you stop at seven to eight locally owned (and partnering) eateries to sample dishes. Right now, Austin Eats has South Congress and downtown tours with a Barton Springs tour coming soon. Current partnering establishments include Guero’s Taco Bar, Haddington’s and Sugar Mama’s Bake Shop, among many delicious others. Prices start at $65 per person. They say to come hungry, because you’ll eat the equivalent of a large meal.
With tours filling up weekly, it’s hard to believe this fledgling company just formed in December 2010. Austin Eats Food Tours is sure to quickly expand its presence around the city, so join the tour now while there are still spots! Check out their newly designed website for more information.