The Historic Germantown Food Tour is a walking food tour with a taste of history in Nashville’s first neighborhood, north of the state capitol. Germantown is full of award-winning and popular restaurants.
Downtown Nashville Food Tour
We start out the Gulch tour at the beautiful and historic Union Station Hotel, which was the home of the train station. We then walk across the viaduct bridge and take steps down into the vibrant Gulch district which is a hotspot for young urbanites, with popular award-winning restaurants, shops, offices, and high rise living. Satisfy your taste buds at five popular restaurants and specialty shops with some delicious local foods on this incredible two and a half-hour Nashville food tour. An extra treat is that you also get a “taste” of interesting history along the way.
The Food Tour
- The Union Station’s Carter’s
- Biscuit Love
- Peg Leg Porker
- City Fire Restaurant (Saturday)
- Saint Anejo (Monday-Friday)
- Arnolds Country Kitchen (Monday-Thursday)
- The Stock and Barrel (Friday and Saturday)
- The Union Station Hotel
- The Frist Visual Arts Center
- Cummins Station
- The Cannery
- Dietary Restrictions
Please be sure to let us know if you, or anyone in your group, have a dietary restriction or food allergy when you purchase your tickets. With advance notice, we will do our best to accommodate your needs to the best of our, and our tasting locations’, ability.
- What to Expect
We walk at a moderately casual pace, stopping frequently at tasting locations and neighborhood sites.