Mount Holly was a part of the Revolutionary War in the Battle of Iron Works Hill. Treasured sites still stand today and remind locals and visitors of the rich history of this town. Nestled between Mount Holly history are delicious eateries that definitely require a visit.
This three-hour food tour will include historical information about the town as you walk through the narrow streets. You’ll taste what The Robin's Nest is known for and that's their homemade soups. Dig into a delicious South American breakfast at Kitchen 87 and we'll stop by The Local for delicious pub fare. The tour will also consist of a sampling of alcoholic beverages. Village Idiot Brewing Company will have craft beer available as you chow down. Sample wine and chocolate as you walk through Gallery 72 and Abstract Expressions, filled with contemporary art and fine art photography. To wrap up the tour, there will be a sweet treat at Vincent’s Homemade Ice Cream.
Currently, all tours remain private for a group of 4 people (no more and no less) from the same family or friend group due to the COVID-19 health pandemic.
Vendor samples and locations are subject to change.
All attendees must be 21 years of age or older with a valid ID.
What Is Not Included? Additional beverages outside of the provided water and the featured alcoholic beverages in the tour are not included.
Cost: $60.00 per person
When: Saturdays or Sundays 1:00 - 4:00pm
Yes, advance purchase is required and tours may sell out quickly. To maximize your chances of getting the day and time you prefer, please book well in advance. Tickets can be purchased with a Visa, MasterCard, or American Express.
Tours are non-refundable. Tours will take place rain or shine. Should there be inclement weather (e.g., thunderstorm, heavy snow, hurricane) then a tour may be cancelled. You will be notified in advance of the cancellation and will be given the opportunity to reschedule for another date or receive a refund.
Since there will be lots of walking and standing, comfortable shoes are recommended. Bring layers of clothing should the outdoor temperature fluctuate. You are welcome to bring a camera to capture fun moments and take pictures of historical buildings and streets. We encourage you to post your favorite photos to our Facebook and Twitter accounts and use hashtag #OnTheTownFoodTours. Video cameras are not allowed.
If you or anyone joining you has a dietary restriction or food allergy, please contact us upon the purchase of your tickets. If you let us know in advance, we will do our best to accommodate those needs by modifying the food samplings. Not all samples can be substituted with an alternative, therefore we cannot guarantee that a substitution can be made for the tastings.
We will visit at least five establishments. For some guests, it is enough to feel full but not for all. Please remember that this is a tasting journey, not a full meal.
Water and featured alcoholic beverages will be provided at the tastings. You are welcome to purchase other alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverages throughout the tour.
No, children are not allowed on this tour as it's limited to those 21 years of age or older. If you would like to take your child on a tour, please choose from one of our other tours.
Yes, there will be bathrooms along the tasting route within several locations.
Periodic discounts are offered, discounts are advertised on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/onthetownfoodtours.
There are times where we do a combination of both but in most cases we are seated in the restaurants.
Unfortunately, there are no wait lists for any of the tours.
Yes! This tour gives you the opportunity to visit restaurants that you may have not visited before. It also provides you the chance to taste food that you may have not tasted in a favorite restaurant. In addition, you’ll meet the chefs and owners, and ask questions about the food and establishment. Remember, there will be a history lesson provided about the town, so you may even learn something new. This tour also gives you the chance to bring guests who may have not experienced the great food in town.
Not all of the establishments are wheelchair accessible; however tours can be modified to accommodate guests who use wheelchairs. If there is enough room in the establishments, strollers will be allowed access. If not, strollers must be kept outside.
The location at the start of the tour will be provided during the time of purchasing your ticket. The end of the tour will be within a quarter of a mile from the starting point.
There is street parking available but it can be limited. Parking details for each tour will be provided when you purchase tickets.
Gratuities are not included in the price of the ticket. If you enjoyed the tour, tipping your guide is acceptable, optional, and always appreciated.
Yes, all tours are only offered in English.
You will spend about twenty minutes at each location. It is important that we stay on schedule since there are multiple locations to visit on the tour. If there is not enough time to purchase something, you can always come back to a location after the tour ends.
A tour will accommodate up to twelve people.
Yes, On the Town Food Tour gift cards are currently available. Purchases can be made on-line for each of the tours.
Yes, we do offer private tours. Please fill out the private tours page on the website and submit.
There are times that the selected restaurant on a tour may have a scheduled private party and the restaurant will be closed to the public. In this case, we’ll select another restaurant to take its place on the tour.
The average length of time at each location is between 20-30 minutes.