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The Prohibition Progressive Dinner takes you to all the best joints in Downtown Atlanta. During this 2.5 hour gourmet food and cocktail experience, our fun and friendly guides will regale you with tales of how Atlanta kept the party going throughout the Prohibition era. You’ll take a short stroll through Downtown, home to some of Atlanta’s most happening (and hidden) destinations, while trying 11 tastings from 4 restaurants, including swanky spins on classic cocktails.

You won’t want to miss this exceptional evening, with plenty of food and drinks and numerous special touches to make you feel like the cat’s pajamas.

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Food Tastings Include:
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shrimp and grits from By George
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Shaved ribeye taco plate
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Blue dome dessert from Polaris downtown Atlanta

*May be subject to change.

Tour Details


$199 adults for cocktail experience

$170 adults for mocktails

No one under 21 years of age on this tour.


Saturdays at 4:00 p.m.

What’s included:

9 food and drink tastings at 4 restaurants including 3 full size cocktails; a fun and knowledgeable guide, take home souvenir dessert

Food restrictions:

We can accommodate most food restrictions, including vegetarian, gluten-free, and allergy-restricted diets, with advance notice.

Sales deadline:

2:00 p.m. on the day of the tour

Tour size:

4 people minimum

14 people maximum; please contact us for private party inquires with more than 14 guests

What to wear:

***IMPORTANT*** There is a dress code for this tour.

 Please do not wear gym attire, tank tops, beachwear, flip flops, ball caps, athletic apparel, outfits with exposed undergarments or clothing with offensive words or images. Furthermore, ripped, torn, or frayed jeans, shorts, or apparel are not permitted.

We do allow dress shorts with closed-toe shoes for both men and women, but please note that cargo shorts, cut-off jeans, or surfer shorts are not considered dress shorts in our establishment. 

Guests who do not adhere to the dress-code guidelines may be denied entry to the establishments.

What to bring:

A bottle of water and an umbrella; cash for gratuities for your guide and souvenirs

Weather conditions:

Tour takes place rain or shin


0.7 easy miles with plenty of rest stops

Meeting point:

Downtown Atlanta (exact location provided with ticket purchase)

Highlights Include:

  • Trying Dr. King’s favorite meal at the unofficial headquarters of the Civil Rights movement
  • Eating your way through Atlanta’s 93-year old market
  • Entertaining and informative stories of Atlanta through the Civil Rights Movement and Dr. King as a foodie
  • Walking through Atlanta’s oldest neighborhoods in historic Downtown

“We LOVED this tour! Lots of information about Atlanta's history and DELICIOUS southern food! Our tour guide Jaime was delightful, attentive, and full of interesting stories. She made every step of our our walk through downtown Atlanta fun! Highly recommend!”

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