Historical South Carolina Food Tour Ranks 3rd Best Nationwide
Greenville History and Culinary Tours recently ranked as the third-best food tour in the US according to a USA Today 10 Best poll. According to the South Carolina food tour operator’s website, “Greenville Culinary & History Tours were created to give you a unique, exciting, and fun way to experience the culinary scene and rich history in downtown Greenville, SC.” They operate 6 different culinary tours, 5 history tours, and one textile mill and villages tour.
The culinary tours offered include:
- At The Chef’s Table (Tuesday and Saturday options)
- Greenville BBQ Trail Tour
- The Carolina Countryside Tour
- Greenville Breakfast Tour
- Greenville Coffee Tour
- New Restaurants of the Upstate
About The South Carolina Food Tours
The At The Chef’s Table tours allow you to meet the chefs and sample their creations, go behind the scenes to see the kitchens as well as cooking demonstrations, and more. The BBQ Trail Tour will take you to three Greenville area restaurants that are considered the best of the best when it comes to BBQ in the area. These are the places the true locals know and love, not your new trendy spots. The itinerary of the New Restaurants of the Upstate changes often. However, you’ll spend 2.5 hours taking you to the best new restaurants Greenville and the surrounding area has to offer.
On the Carolina Countryside Tour guests will spend a Sunday afternoon sampling food from four fantastic restaurants. This tour is an eighty-mile, five-hour adventure full of delicious food and incredible scenery. And of course, the breakfast and coffee tours allow you to sample some of Greenville’s best in those areas. I’ve been looking to plan a weekend getaway to Greenville for some time. I’m glad I learned about these South Carolina food tour options before I booked the trip. The history tours including the West End Walking Tour and the Historic Neighborhoods Architecture Tour sound fascinating to me as well.