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Ramping up Food and Art Tours on Atlanta BeltLine


The cherry trees and azaleas are blooming, it's a balmy 60 degrees some days, and restaurant patios are packed with margarita drinkers.


It must be spring in Atlanta!



Ponce City Market on the Atlanta BeltLine
Ponce City Market in spring


And after a too-long winter/quarantine, we are ramping up our Food and Art Tours on the Atlanta BeltLine. We are bringing back some of the crowd faves like Nina and Rafi's Detroit-style pizza. And we have new restaurants and offerings this season, including a stop at Xocolatl, a chocolate micro-factory at Krog Street Market. You have never had chocolate like this. It's one of my favorite places in Atlanta to buy birthday gifts.


We are also making our margarita tasting more interactive - you will get to sample three margarita flavors expertly made in front of you, along with (IMO) the world's best guacamole from Guac y Margys.



Margaritas from Guac y Margys in Atlanta
These blueberry infused margaritas from Guac y Margys are so good!

Starting at Krog Street Market, we walk down the Atlanta BeltLine, stopping to sample food at some of the best restaurants in Atlanta. We go to restaurants that locals frequent, and they are all places I highly recommend. From Southern soul food to a New Orleans-style treat, you get to sample a variety of Atlanta's cosmopolitan food scene - all included in the ticket price. (Please note that restaurants are subject to change).


Along the way, we experience Atlanta's famed street art scene, learning the stories behind the art and artists - including some ties to Hollywood. And try your hand at being a street artist! (Read more about the artists behind the art).



Street art on the Atlanta BeltLine
Try your hand at being a street artist on the Atlanta BeltLine


There is no better place to be than the Atlanta BeltLine in springtime. It's a place to see and be seen, as many ATLiens know. Scores of people line the trail -walking, jogging, biking and riding electric scooters. On weekends, musicians come out to perform. The BeltLine is a top tourist destination in Atlanta, drawing about 2 million visitors a year, but it's also where locals hang out. When the weather is nice, people come from the suburbs for the day with their bikes and their kids. And where do they eat? We'll show you.



Food tour stop at Guac y Margys on Atlanta BeltLine
Our Food and Art Tour stops at Guac y Margys for some fabulous margaritas

So if you are looking for fun things to do in Atlanta, our Food and Art Tour on the Atlanta BeltLine is a great way to get a taste of some of Atlanta's best restaurants, while experiencing the Atlanta BeltLine and the local scene.


And through the month of March, we are offering a 20% discount. Just use code atlspring22 when booking a Saturday in March.






Nicole Gustin BiteLines Food and Art Tours

An Atlanta native, Nicole Gustin is the Founder and CEO of BiteLines, which offers walking Food and Art Tours on the Atlanta BeltLine. She considers the BeltLine her backyard, and is excited to see how Atlanta is reinventing itself. To sample some of Atlanta's best restaurants and street art, come join us on a Food and Art Tour of the Atlanta BeltLine. Follow on TikTok and Instagram @bitelinesatl.






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