Audubon Park Food Tour

Sip, stroll, and nosh your way through the Garden District, local style.


  • Hand-selected eats by local foodies
  • A few drinks to unwind with
  • Guided, 3-hour history & food experience

Discounts Available:

  • Groups 1-4 = $47 ea. ticket
  • Groups 5-8 = $43 ea. ticket
AVAILABLE Sunday | 11:15 am – 1:30 pm

Taste & Discover

Experience Audubon Park, recognized as one of the best Main Streets in the US by the National Main Street Center. On this tour, you’ll taste locally produced dishes, sip craft beer and cocktails, and soak-up the local history and culture of one of Orlando’s most charming neighborhoods. Locals and visitors alike will delight in this foodie experience.

What to Expect on the Tour

  • Sundays
  • 11:15 PM – 1:30 PM
  • Maximum 8
  • Tour takes place rain or shine
  • All beverages & tastings
  • Outdoor courtyard of East End Market
    (Address provided w/ ticket)
  • Something comfortable

Who Would Love It

  • Localvores looking to try something new
  • Visitors in search of off-the-beaten-path fun
  • Groups of friends for brunch
  • Your friends and relatives visiting Orlando

"We were pleasantly surprised by our food tour. First off, our tour leader, JD, was FANTASTIC! The restaurants we went to were great, and the food and drink we were offered were excellent! The historical tidbits JD provided along the way were very interesting. We will definitely plan to do this again!!"

jjrmom60 - June 2015
VIA TripAdvisor

Tasting Locations

In addition to sharing local insight, we’ll also feed your belly on a culinary adventure featuring:

  • A farm store offering a seasonal menu and local craft beer
  • Handcrafted sauces and eats from a local chef
  • Savory indulgence at a gourmet cheese shop
  • Bustling environment of a craft coffee shop
  • Hearty samples at an eclectic cycling themed café
  • Something sweet at our neighborhood craft ice cream shop
  • The opportunity to dine like a true local
AVAILABLE Sundays | 11:15 am – 1:30 pm

"This was the perfect way to spend an afternoon, walking, meeting new people, eating terrific food at various restaurants and shops, and getting to sip on some delish wines (unless you opt for beer)... all while hearing about iconic architecture and hearing some historic anecdotes... We took a vote at the end. Everyone said they were either satisfied or stuffed."

Karen W. - March, 2015

"...One of the best experiences I've had in a while. Our guide, Derek, was entertaining and charming. My husband lived off Park Avenue and attended Rollins College so I was very familiar with the area. Derek made it interesting even for me. ...the food/places we visited are some of the best. "

Shirley K. - May, 2015

"We are local Central Floridians and thought this might be a fun way to sample some new restaurants. The experience far exceeded our expectations. The food was fabulous! Our tour guide JD was entertaining and informative. Can't wait to go back."

Renee P. - April, 2015

We Thought You Might Want to Know...

Do I have to purchase tickets in advance?

For all Orlando Food Tours events, Booking in advance is required. Please book early to maximize your chances of getting the day and time you prefer.

Should I bring the munchkins?

It’s really up to you. We must advise you that this is a walking tour that goes for up to 1.5 miles and last about 2.5 – 3 hours. With this in mind, we let you decide whether they should tag along or not.

What if I have dietary restrictions or food allergies? Are there vegetarian options on the tour?

We do try to make dietary exceptions if we know about these restrictions in advance. At this time, we can provide food substitutions for most situations. However, please note that we cannot completely guarantee our ability to make substitutions in some situations

Where do I park?

There is street parking as well as a parking lot. Full details are given in your ticket.

Do I need to bring extra cash for tips or food?

All of the food, drinks, and laughs are covered. If you want to bring some extra cash to stop at some of the shops after the tour is over, by all means do so. If you had a great time, your tour guide would love any gratuity you would offer.

How much food is served?

We generally stop at 5-7 locations. Enough food is served to amount to a satisfying meal for most participants.