Franklin, TN Food Tour

Franklin, TN Food Tour

This Saturday, April 20

Downtown Franklin, Tennessee is home to more than 25 locally-owned and operated restaurants,  serving everything from BBQ sliders and fried green tomatoes to oysters and gumbo. We invite you to savor the flavors of Franklin on our Southern Style food tours.

Led by one of Franklin on Foot’s guides, the Southern staples will come with a bit of background on each morsel and the five-block walking tour will include some history along the way, including photos of Franklin restaurants from back in the day.

We mix it up each tour, choosing 6 eateries from among Chapman’s Pie Wagon II, Puckett’s Grocery & Restaurant, Merridee’s Breadbasket, IveyCake, Puckett’s Boathouse, Papa Boudreaux’s Cajun Cafe and Franklin Mercantile Deli. All selections are always made fresh for our group and you’ll enjoy meeting each restaurant’s chef or proprietor.

Our food tours are usually the third Saturday of every month, from 2:00-5:00 p.m. Other dates and times are available for your group of at least 4. Advance reservations and payment are required, by 4:00pm the day before. Maximum number is 20 per group, so get your reservations in now! Next food tour is Saturday, April 20. Cost is $45 per person.

We can also tailor the tour for lighter appetites, priced accordingly.

Whether you’re a local or a Franklin, TN visitor looking to expand your experience, this is the perfect activity!  We guarantee you’ll leave with an extra dose of knowledge, a full belly and new friends!

Beer, wine and spirits not included but are available for purchase at several stops on the tour.

Call 615-400-3808 for more information and reservations.

Here’s a review from Tripadvisor.com: “My wife and I had relatives in town from Birmingham. They love Civil War history and we thought this would be a good way to let them learn some history and eat some great food. We were not disappointed. The 3-hour tour took us to six great restaurants in Historic Franklin, Tennessee. We sampled some great food. No one will need dinner tonight. Great idea for out of town visitors. Margie knows her history and is a GREAT tour guide.”

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