3 - 3½ hours
4-5 stops
Local food and culture
10 people maximum
English
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Book Your Tour
If you have any issues with payment, please email us at [email protected] with the city, date and time of tour, and how many adult and child's tickets you need so we can assist you.

If a tour is fully booked, or you are looking to book a *Group or Private Tour - please email us about Group & Private Tours options.

*Please note - Group & Private Tours are specifically organised for your group and therefore subject to a premium price.

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Upgraded Drinks Package

Upgrade your Secret Food Tours: Charleston, experience with two drink selections chosen to pair with the food you'll be served. You must be 21 and older and have a valid ID. This upgrade can only be purchased in addition to the food tour.

Due to the nature of creating a well balanced and thoughtful gastronomy experience, many of our tours are unable to accommodate certain dietary restrictions. Please contact us prior to booking your tour to see if we are able to accommodate your dietary needs.

  • Bloody Mary or Sweet Tea Mojito
    A staple drink when living life in the Lowcountry. Let your taste buds feel the tingle, with a dixie black pepper vodka and a special housemade bloody mary mix. Of course to complete the drink, they add a pickled jalapeno.
  • Sweet Tea Mojito
    Sweet tea is one of the most popular drinks we have in charleston. Firefly sweet tea vodka is made just miles from downtown Charleston. Add some mint and you've got yourself a mojito! Enjoy this sweet and refreshing drink!
  • Holy City Washout Wheat
    Before Dessert, try one of our local beers named after an area at Folly Beach, just a few miles out of downtown. The perfect Wheat beer to cool you down while you're here in Charleston.
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* Identification is required and will be checked. We reserve the right to substitute the alcohol for a nonalcoholic drink if the guest becomes inebriated.

* Please note: the itinerary and menu is subject to change, based on the locations' availability, weather, and other circumstances.

What you'll taste
DRINKS
  • Bloody Mary or Sweet Tea Mojito
  • Holy City Washout Wheat


Due to the nature of creating a well balanced and thoughtful gastronomy experience, many of our tours are unable to accommodate certain dietary restrictions. Please contact us prior to booking your tour to see if we are able to accommodate your dietary needs.

Health & Safety Standards

At Secret Food Tours we take your health and the health of our staff very seriously. To be sure that you can enjoy our tours with the maximum protection we have put in place some strict measures.

  • We have been certified by We're Good To Go
  • We make sure that all our partners and our own places are disinfected after each tour
  • All our guide have been trained on health and safety measures
  • Masks and hand sanitizers should be used on all our tours by our guides
  • Guests must bring their own mask
  • We keep our group small and we offer private tours

Meeting Spot
The meeting spot is outside the US Customs House, 200 East Bay Street. If you have any questions. Please email us.

Mon - Sat 11:00 a.m.

US Customs House

Your guide will be waiting with an orange umbrella so they are easy to spot.

If a tour is fully booked, or you are looking to book a *Group or Private Tour - please email us about Group & Private Tours options.

*Please note - Group & Private Tours are specifically organised for your group and therefore subject to a premium price.

WHY THE FRENCH QUARTER?

Charleston was first founded in 1670 and walking around the French Quarter is like taking a step back in time. The city has a preservation society that goes to great lengths to make sure the charm of Charleston stays where it is. This preservation society has been hard at work since 1973. You'll see Charleston single houses, learn about the history of certain paint colors, and learn the fun facts that make Charleston unique.

Not only does the French Quarter have some of the most historic churches and buildings, but it's also filled with amazing restaurants and boutiques. The French Quarter is a fun mix of the history and the future of Charleston. While many people do come to Charleston and visit the French Quarter, it's also where locals live everyday lives.


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