Austin Food Tour
A Feast of the Weird
1948: The first year we can find written documentation of the wonderful weirdness of Austin. We take you to this year as we unfold the relics of this time that make Austin what it is today. We chose Austin, the state capital of Texas, to launch our first feast. Austin is known for its eclectic music scene and its quirky and weird attitude towards life. Anything and everything goes, and that is why we love it. We represent the foods that make Austin what it is, from the Texas Kolache to a feast at a very unique Austin restaurant. Texas wine and Texas Cider help us round out our evening.
Private Tours available in Spanish
Dougherty Arts Center, 1110 Barton Springs Rd
Meeting Time: 4:30 P.M.
+1 (469) 880 8203
A Texas wine stop follows soon after, the grapes that work well in the climates of southern Spain and Italy also do magical things in Texas. Red, white, or a local beer brew if you prefer, in a hidden courtyard.
A taste of BBQ is required in Texas, as we explore the wonderful weirdness that dates back to 1948. It was the soldiers returning from WWII that began the tradition of live and let live that defines Austin to this day.
A wonderfully weird bite with a cold locally brewed cider follows.
We then continue to find the weird, the hidden and the magic of this wonderful city until we reach our final destination where we feast. The menu changes daily, only the best, freshest and most local foods will be served.
Austin food tour is Vegetarian friendly, as we have all of our vendors working with us to be able to welcome everyone.
We look forward to sharing our table with you.
*Bring a portable water bottle to be refilled along the way. Gluten-free cannot be accommodated at this time
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A Feast of the Weird
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