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About BiteLines Atlanta Food Tours

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Meet Nicole

I love trying new restaurants, and experiencing other cultures through food. I grew up in Atlanta, but moved away and lived in Boston for almost a decade. When I came back, the Atlanta BeltLine was just being built, and I saw the energy it was creating in this city I love. Restaurants, apartments and homes were popping up all around the BeltLine. Atlanta was reinventing itself. I moved into the city to live right on the BeltLine, and spent most of my spare time on the trail. I have since walked more than 1,000 miles on the Atlanta BeltLine, and tried nearly every restaurant along the trail. I love showing the BeltLine to people, love bringing them to new restaurants as they open. And so that's how BiteLines Atlanta Food Tours was born.

Nicole Gustin

Founder & CEO


Who Are We?

We are a small, local and female-owned business. We want to share the "real" Atlanta with you through food, street art and the vibrant experience of the Atlanta BeltLine.


We are dog lovers, and that is why we created the first restaurant crawl for dogs on the BeltLine.

We support Atlanta's diverse community - the restaurants on our tours include black-owned, Asian-owned, LGBTQ-owned establishments.

Come join us on our insider tours as we explore this amazing city through its food and art, and have fun along the way!

How We Give Back

We believe in giving back to our community. Every year, we make a donation to the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership, and if you use the BeltLine at all, we encourage you to give as well.


And beginning in March 2024, we will donate a portion of our proceeds to animal rescue organizations. Each month (except August) is designated to help a specific organization, i.e. March is for Paws Atlanta, April is for the LifeLine Animal Project, etc.


All of the organizations we give to are nonprofit, nearly all are based in the Atlanta area, and they are run by humans who tirelessly volunteer to rescue, shelter, protect, heal and find new homes for beautiful pups. We cannot thank them enough for all that they do!


There is one national organization we give to: the National Brittany Rescue & Adoption Network (NBRAN). This group is dear to our hearts, as BiteLines Founder & CEO Nicole Gustin adopted a Brittany from NBRAN in 2009, and continues to volunteer for them.

See the 2024 donation schedule.

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