Atlanta, GA

BiteLines offers BeltLine Restaurants and Arts Tours in Atlanta

Amy Cheribelle

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ATLANTA, GA — BiteLines offers people a fun tour to explore art and food around the Atlanta BeltLine. The owner, Nicole Gustin, is a person that is passionate about food and culture and she loves introducing new experiences to people.

Since Nicole lives on the Atlanta BeltLine, she has seen it grow and change from time to time, and through this program, she wants to show this beautiful city of hers to you. If you join this tour, BiteLines will provide you the opportunity to explore many recommended restaurants and street arts in Atlanta.

They have two tour packages, Krog Street Market Tour and BeltLine Walk.
Krog Street Market Tour is held every Saturday. The tour will start at Krog Street Market, which is also known as “one of the world’s best food halls”. You will eat on your way down the Atlanta BeltLine by stopping at four to five of Atlanta’s best restaurants to sample their food.

While enjoying various restaurants, including Mexican, Southern and Italian restaurants, you will also discover the art and artists around the Atlanta BeltLine. Atlanta BeltLine is recognized as the South’s largest temporary outdoor art exhibit, so you won’t regret seeing what this place offers.

BeltLine Walk is held every Thursday. This might be a good option for those who come to Atlanta for the first time. The tour will start at Ponce City Market, a giant food hall that used to be a Sears Roebuck factory and store.

While walking down the Atlanta BeltLine, you will see various street-art and artists. You will also have the opportunity to see performers and local characters.

Check out their website to get more information about the programs and their prices.

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