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


We meet under the shady tree at the Dougherty Arts Center,1110 Barton Springs Rd, Austin, TX 78704 at 4:30. The heat of the mid-day will be starting to cool, making the walk much more pleasant.

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


Whose number can I contact?
If you have any concerns or questions, you can contact the Support Team at this number +1 (469) 880 8203.
Where is the meeting spot for the Austin Tour?
Dougherty Arts Center 1110 Barton Springs Rd, Austin, TX 78704 >>>> Google Map

Meeting Spot Austin Food Tour

What time does the Austin food tour start?
Kindy see your guide at the meeting spot at exactly 4:30 pm.
Where does the tour end?
It ends at our hidden Feast spot, but your guide will direct you where you need to go and there is internet if you need a car service.
How many hours does the food tour run?
About 3 hours, it can be a few minutes longer if you are taking a lot of photos.
How can we distinguish our guide, so we can easily look for him/her?
Your guide will be wearing A Moveable Feast Tour backpack.
If a tour’s slot is sold out, can I get on a waiting list?
Absolutely, simply send your contact information to support@amoveablefeasttours.com and we will let you know of any cancellations.
May I know if there is a parking space?
For Austin we suggest making the short walk from downtown or taking a car service.
What should we bring?
Umbrella if rain is expected and a mask for those establishments that require it.
What should we wear?
Be comfortable with comfortable shoes.
How much do we walk?
Austin is an easy walking tour at roughly 1 mile with stops along the way, suitable for all ages.
Do the tours go out in all weather?
All but extreme weather, yes. In the event of a cancellation our customer support team will contact you.
How many people go on the tours?
Along with your guide a maximum of 12, however with a private tour you control the numbers.
Are children/infants allowed to join the tour and do we need to purchase tickets for them?
Children over 5 will need a ticket, an infant in a stroller is welcome with no ticket just let us know ahead of time.
Why is your tour more expensive than others?
For two reasons, each food tour includes a feast and does not rely on shared bites on paper plates served in alleys. We include alcohol and we pay our guides a decent wage.
When do gift vouchers expire?
We give a full two years from the date of purchase.
Can we get a discount if we don't drink alcohol?
We are committed to the recovery of our restaurant partners and we pay one price per person whether you choose the alcohol or a soda.
Is everything included?

Yes, all tax and tips for the restaurant staff (not your guide) are included.

How much food is served on the tour?
You get both tastings and a feast. So come very, very hungry
What if we don't eat meat?
Remind your guide and you will be given the vegetarian options (which are really great, this is Austin)
What if we don't eat pork?
Just let your guide know at the beginning of the tour and we will make a delicious substitution.
How is the food chosen?
We make all the choices for you depending on your diet, Austin can be vegetarian and the vegetarian selections are great. I am afraid Gluten-free is not available at this time.
What about allergies?
Please inform us upfront of any food allergies and we will do our best to find options for you. Gluten allergies cannot be accommodated.
Do you accept cash?
No. However with the Peek pro app, you can join the tour up to 15 minutes before it begins IF we have space available.
Other questions?
If you have other questions not covered here send an a mail to contact@amfevents.com