Those visiting Austin should arrive hungry. Groups that take part in Austin Eats Food Tours will be treated to four or five different tastings that showcase the city’s best restaurants, breweries, and of course, food trucks.

“At each stop, guests can expect to receive more than a bite, and less than a meal,” said Adam Boles, general manager of Austin Eats Food Tours. “We like to think that, while we know you’re on a food tour of Austin, you won’t ever feel like you’re in a group of ‘tourists.’ Our guides are hospitality industry insiders and they work really hard to promote a casual and fun environment while still being knowledgeable and informative.”

Each of the available tours offer visitors something a little different. The Friday East Austin Happy Hour Tour and the Saturday BBQ, Brunch & Brewery Tour both allow groups to get to know the funky and eclectic east side of Austin, home to some of the coolest new eateries, breweries and food trucks in town.

The Best of Austin Food Truck Tour and the Sunday Luxe Brunch Tour are both citywide tours, showcasing a broader view of the amazing food scene across several neighborhoods.

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“We also curate custom private tours, so if you’re coming to Austin with a group, our private tours are a great way to get to know exactly the parts of Austin you want to see,” Boles said.  

Austin Eats Food Tours works with nearly 100 of the capital city’s renowned restaurants, bars, food trucks and breweries. Guests try everything from small hidden gems to Austin’s most esteemed upscale eateries. “Kerlin BBQ and La Barbecue feature some of the best Texas Barbecue around,” Boles said. “Via 313 is one of our oldest restaurant partners, and they serve some of my favorite pizza in town; Zilker Brewing Co. and The ABGB are always popular brewery stops; Dee Dee Thai and Baton Creole are among our favorite food trucks; and Odd Duck and Fixe offer some of Austin’s most incredible farm-to-table, high-end dining experiences.”

For more information on Austin Eats Food Tours, call 512-963-4545 or go to