Two Gals and a Fork Food Tours

1101 Lincoln ST

Columbia, SC 29201

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Phone: (803) 260-7992

City: Columbia

Region: Midlands

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Two Gals and a Fork Food Tours

Two Gals and a Fork Food Tours partners with Historic Columbia to offer 2.5 hour historic walking and tasting tours in the Famously Hot Vista. Historic Columbia's trained and certified tour guides share Columbia's rich history while you savor and experience tastings from five of the Vista's top restaurants. You will leave stuffed with delicious food and full of fun historical facts! Customized events are also available.

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