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Downtown Food Tour - Music City Bites & Sites®
Join this fun history walking tour that engages all the senses – including your sense of humor – as you walk and taste your way through the historic district of downtown Nashville!
Stroll along the riverfront. Slip down the side streets. Head right into the heart of the action!
Do all this while sampling delicious bites from a variety of Nashville restaurants and specialty food stores. You’ll sample generous portions of delicious barbecue, Nashville’s signature Hot Chicken, historic confections, a frosty local cocktail, and more, with a little live music to boot! Your fun and knowledgeable guide will provide insights and stories about Nashville’s past and present and you’ll see historic sites including The Ryman Auditorium, Printer’s Alley, The Country Music Hall of Fame, and much, much more.
Hear stories of the gripping historical events and adventurous people who will forever be the inspiration behind this world-famous entertainment mecca!
Note: This tour covers just under 2 miles of walking and may include stairs, rough sidewalks, and outdoor weather. The route is not all wheelchair accessible. Please wear your comfy shoes and join in for a great time!
$65/Person plus tax and ticketing fee. Includes all featured food and beverages at five different local spots. Come hungry and expect to taste a variety of BBQ with southern sides, Hot chicken and waffles, unique southern sides and sweets, and a couple of alcoholic beverages as well!
- This tour includes just under 2 miles of walking over sometimes cobbled downtown streets, so please wear comfortable shoes and dress for the weather. Tours run rain or shine.
- Guests 12 or older are welcome. Sorry, infants and toddlers cannot be accommodated.
- If you have a food restriction, let Dabble know and they’ll do their best to accommodate it.
Contact: (615) 678-8784
Dabble Studio’s location near First Tennessee Park and Bicentennial Mall offers a mix of free and paid parking. Limited free parking is available across Harrison Street, and plentiful paid parking can be had across 3rd Ave and in many nearby surface lots. There are a few areas restricted for permitted residents, so please be mindful of those.