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Nicole Gustin​

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I love trying new restaurants, and experiencing other cultures through food. So in 2014, I went to Miami and booked a food tour. At the time, I didn't even know what a food tour was. We walked through South Beach, stopping at different restaurants to sample the food. We had Cuban food, Argentinian pastries, pizza, gelato... It was such an amazing experience that I decided to create my own food tour at home in Atlanta. 

I grew up here, but moved away and lived in Boston for almost a decade. When I came back, the Atlanta BeltLine was just being built, and I saw the energy it was creating in this city I love. Restaurants, apartments and homes were popping up all around the BeltLine. Atlanta was reinventing itself. I moved into the city to live right on the BeltLine, and spent most of my spare time on the trail. I have since walked more than 1,000 miles on the Atlanta BeltLine. It is my backyard. I love showing the BeltLine to people, love bringing them to new restaurants. 


And so that's how BiteLines was born. We are a small, locally owned business, not backed by a corporation. We want you to have the local experience, to eat at restaurants where my friends and I go, and to experience Atlanta authentically.


There is no better way to do it than with a BiteLines Food & Art Tour of the Atlanta BeltLine.


Who are We?

BiteLines tours are a fun way to explore both the Atlanta BeltLine and Atlanta's burgeoning restaurant and street art scenes.


We offer walking Food and Art Tours on the Atlanta BeltLine, one of the hottest destinations in the city. We walk down the BeltLine, sampling food at some of Atlanta's best restaurants. You'll get a taste of each one, so you can decide if you want to come back. 

We support Atlanta's diverse community - two of the restaurants on our tour are black-owned, one is Asian-owned, and one is LGBTQ-owned.

Atlanta is reinventing itself, and the BeltLine is Ground Zero. Maybe you have been on the Atlanta BeltLine, near Ponce City Market. But there's so much more to explore!


Do you love trying new restaurants, but are afraid of having a bad experience? Let us show you some of the best restaurants in Atlanta. We only select ones that we highly recommend.

Do you love street art? Atlanta is exporting some of the nation's finest street artists, like Greg Mike and Brandon Sadler (of "Black Panther" fame) and attracting international artists such as Hola Lou.


Come join us on our insider tours as we explore this amazing city through its food and art, and have fun along the way!

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