Take a Food Tour of Asheville with Me!

Food tours are insanely fun, and there are
THREE WAYS TO TAKE A FOOD TOUR OF ASHEVILLE WITH ME!


1. PRIVATE TOURS

Private tours are awesome, and can be booked with me on MONDAYS & THURSDAYS. We generally visit 6 to 8 stops and eat a whole bunch of the best food in town. We walk about 1 mile & a half in beautiful downtown Asheville, and I do some history and architecture along the way. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, drinks & dessert all in one tour!

PRIVATE TOUR FOR TWO: $300
Contact: StuHelmAVL@gmail.com

PRIVATE TOUR FOR FOUR: $500
Contact: StuHelmAVL@gmail.com

PRIVATE TOURS FOR LARGER GROUPS
Tours of 5 to 14 people can be booked through Asheville Food Tours.
Contact Paddy Riels for a quote:  info@ashevillefoodtours.com


ALL FOOD TOUR LAST 3 TO 4 HOURS & WILL FILL YOU UP COMPLETELY.


2. ASHEVILLE FOOD TOURS

I regularly lead two or three walking food tours a week, for up to 12 people, with Asheville Food Tours. We visit 6 to 8 stops, and eat until we can’t take it any more! I also do some history and architecture along the way, and of course I go on and on about our wonderful food scene and what makes t so special!

You can book tickets with me at AshevilleFoodTours.com. You can also sign up for a tour with a different guide there, all of them are awesome!

828-243-7401 • info@ashevillefoodtours.com

Private tours are available year round, please inquire.


THESE ARE WALKING FOOD TOURS THAT ARE ABOUT A MILE & A HALF IN DOWNTOWN ASHEVILLE. THERE ARE HELLS & STAIRS


3. INDUSTRY TOURS

Anyone who works for any of Asheville Food Tours restaurant partners, gets to take our tours for FREE, and even if you are in the local, Asheville, food and beverage industry, no matter your role, please contact Paddy Riels at info@ashevillefoodtours.com to jump on one of our tours at a reduced price!

Get on any tour with available spots, or book with Paddy for your whole team to come on a tour with us! We can accommodate groups as large as 14.


I hope to hear from you soon!


From left: Chef Jacob Sessoms of Table; Chef William Dissen, The Market Place; Chef Steven Goff, Standard Foods; Chef Katie Button, Curate; Chef Joe Scully, Chestnut and Corner Kitchen; Stu Helm; Chef John Fleer, Rhubarb; Chef Karen Donatelli, Donatelli Bakery; Chef Peter Pollay, Posana Cafe; and Chef Matt Dawes, Bull & Beggar./ Photo by STEWART O'SHIELDS for ASHVEGAS.COM

From left: Chef Jacob Sessoms of Table; Chef William Dissen, The Market Place; Chef Steven Goff, Standard Foods; Chef Katie Button, Curate; Chef Joe Scully, Chestnut and Corner Kitchen; Stu Helm; Chef John Fleer, Rhubarb; Chef Karen Donatelli, Donatelli Bakery; Chef Peter Pollay, Posana Cafe; and Chef Matt Dawes, Bull & Beggar./ Photo by STEWART O’SHIELDS for ASHVEGAS.COM

Stu Helm is an artist, writer, and podcaster living in Asheville, NC, and a frequent diner at local restaurants, cafes, food trucks, and the like. His tastes run from hot dogs and mac ‘n’ cheese, to haute cuisine, and his opinions are based on a lifetime of eating out. He began writing about food strictly to amuse his friends on Facebook.

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ashvegas.com

facebook.com/stuhelmfoodfan

instagram.com/stuhelm33

twitter.com/stuhelmfoodfan

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