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“Savoring the Square”

Reviewed October 4, 2015  

 

My daughter (25), husband and I recently went on a culinary tour in Dahlonega that was absolutely wonderful. Penny our tour guide is also one of the owners was fantastic her knowledge of the history Dahlonega has to offer was incredible. We learned so much and the food was great! We can't wait to do one of you ghost tours next.

Visited October 2015

“Great way to spend an afternoon! ”

Reviewed December 26, 2015

 

We came to Dahlonega for the weekend for my mother-in-law's birthday. We had an unexpected friend of the family meet up with us on the way. The tour company was so accommodating! They added our friend with just an hour notice and worked through the tour with his chihuahua in tow. The food was fabulous and we will be visiting the restaurants on the tour again! The staff and owner's at the stops made us feel so welcome. The history learned during the tour was fascinating. They even asked a muscian to sing happy birthday to my mother-in-law. Can't wait to be back to take another tour with them!

Visited December 2015


 

“Savoring The Square Food Tour Dahlonega, GA”

Reviewed January 12, 2016

 

We truly enjoyed our walking tour as we got to sample great food, learn lot's of local history, and see and talk to local artists. For food, we sampled a scrumptious burger and fried green beans at Spirits Tavern, fried greed tomatoes at The Crimson Moon Cafe, amazing chocolate at Paul Thomas Chocolates, bangers and mash at Shenanigans Restaurant & Irish Pub, Chicken and Bacon Flatbread at the Corkscrew Cafe, and chocolate cake at Picnic Cafe and Dessertery. The portions were huge for samples and everything was tasty. I think our favorite savory was the bangers and mash with the stone ground mustard underneath the pile. Sweet treat was our choice of truffle at Paul Thomas chocolates. All during the tour we were able to hear local musicians playing in the background while we learned the fascinating history of the gold rush days of Dahlonega, with a visit to a local jewelry store to see local gold firsthand. We got to see Brad Walker at work making his gorgeous pottery, hear about famous musicians who had visited Vintage Music and taste some lovely wine at the Dahlonega Tasting Room. We were even a sneak peak in the balcony of the wonderfully renovated Holly Theater of the last minute of the set for Riders in the Sky - whom we have seen at the Grand Ole Opry. All in all, it was a wonderful way to spend the day, even in January!