Tours include special access and experiences that go far beyond the normal dining encounter. Not only do you get to meet the chefs and sample their creations, but you also get to see cooking demonstrations (as available), get behind-the-scenes with a kitchen visit, eat in elegant private dining areas, and more.
You can experience several of Greenville’s fine restaurants in one evening with the At the Chef’s Table Culinary Tour.
The tour, one of several led by Greenville History Tours’ owner John Nolan, takes place on Tuesday nights and Saturday afternoons. You’re served food at each of the five stops, as well as wine, beer or a cocktail at most. It’s a great deal for $39, especially considering you get a lot of history along the way. All of the stops are restaurants in the Table 301 group.
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