Our tours stop at some of Nashville's best restaurants and specialty food shops.

Lockeland Table Community Kitchen and Bar

Southern-accented New American fare. Southern Living named it one of the Best Restaurants in the South in 2013.

Five Points Pizza

Pizza made to order or by the slice. Travel + Leisure credited Five Points Pizza as one reason Nashville ranks in America's top 10 pizza cities.

Edley's consistently receives national attention for its smoked meats and locals voted it Best BBQ in Nashville in 2014 and 2013.

Margot Café & Bar

Chef Margot McCormack prepares country French and Italian cuisine in comfortable surroundings in the heart of East Nashville.

Husk Nashville

James Beard award-winning chef Sean Brock: "If it doesn't come from the South, it's not coming through the door." 


A European-style cafe and marketplace serving seasonal cuisine for breakfast, lunch, dinner and weekend brunch.


Tavern in Midtown Nashville is a cool-casual gastropub with chef-driven cuisine.



An inventive restaurant celebrating the heritage of Southern cuisine with contemporary flair.

Walk Eat Nashville partners with Union Common in Nashville's Midtown/Vanderbilt area.

Union Common

A social concept steakhouse featuring shared plates and an extensive wine and whiskey selection.

Bongo Java

Nashville’s oldest and most celebrated independent coffee house serving certified organic and fair trade coffee.


Haulin' Oats

Organic, gourmet oatmeal layered with fruits, nuts and spices in mason jars for delicious healthy eating on the go.

Sweet 16: A Bakery

Freshly baked scones, coffeecakes, cookies and more. Plus a breakfast sandwich that Food & Wine magazine ranked among the nation’s best.  

Walk Eat Nashville food tours partners with Yeast Nashville.

Yeast Nashville

Nashville's home of kolaches. Sweet, fruit-based Bohemian kolaches and savory Tex-Czech kolaches baked fresh every day.

Lynne Lorraine's

A made-to-order juice and smoothie bar using fresh, locally sourced ingredients.

Pied Piper Creamery

A neighborhood scoop shop offering a wonderful (and witty) selection of hand-made ice cream flavors.


GooGoo Cluster

America's first combination candy bar started in Nashville in 1912, uniting peanuts, marshmallow, caramel and chocolate.


Gigi's Cupcakes

These internationally acclaimed gourmet cupcakes started in Nashville's Midtown neighborhood.


“I understand the draw of East Nashville after taking this tour.  It was such a great mix of food, history, culture and storytelling. And hearing what drives the owners of these restaurants and shops to do what they do inspired me to go back to them during my stay.
- Audrey L., San Antonio

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