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BiteLines Atlanta Food Tours Launches 2024 Season

BeltLine Doggie Crawl Expands, Gives to Animal Rescue



2 couples at a restaurant with pizza in front of them on a BiteLines Atlanta Food Tour
A Food and Street Art Tour hosted by BiteLines Atlanta Food Tours


BiteLines Atlanta Food Tours will kick off its fourth full season on March 2, offering interactive Food and Steet Art Tours - and a unique Doggie Crawl on the Atlanta BeltLine.


Since launching in 2019, BiteLines has hosted hundreds of tourists and locals eager to explore Atlanta’s acclaimed food and street art scenes.


After a winter break, BiteLines is resuming its Food and Street Art Tour on the Atlanta BeltLine every Saturday, providing tour guests with an immersive experience that showcases Atlanta’s diverse food scene and celebrated street art along the Atlanta BeltLine. Starting at Krog Street Market, named a premier food hall by Travel + Leisure, tour guests will sample the diverse cuisines that make Atlanta a foodie town, while relaxing over fruit-infused margaritas. Along the way, a BeltLine expert shares hidden gems and secrets behind the city’s street art, including ties to Hollywood, as well as an overview of the BeltLine and how it is transforming Atlanta.


“The Atlanta BeltLine is reshaping Atlanta, making it a more walkable and desirable city,” said Nicole Gustin, Founder & CEO of BiteLines Atlanta Food Tours. “We love showing off the trail to tourists and metro Atlanta residents by giving them a sampling of some of the city’s most popular restaurants, and sharing stories behind the creative street art that earns Atlanta a national reputation.”








A large group in a restaurant drinking margaritas on a BiteLines tour
BiteLines Atlanta Food Tours guests relax over margaritas

What’s Changing with BiteLines Atlanta Food Tours


In addition to its flagship tour, BiteLines announces the expansion of Barks and Bites: Doggie Crawl on the Atlanta BeltLine. This one-of-a-kind restaurant crawl for dogs is entering its second year, and will expand to twice a month starting in March.



A woman holding her dog at a restaurant table on a BiteLines Doggie Crawl
Dogs eat in restaurants on a BiteLines Atlanta Food Tours Doggie Crawl

On Barks and Bites, dog-friendly restaurants prepare a gourmet dish for canine customers, while paw-rents get small bites and a craft beer. There is even a special “dog brew” for canines. Pups also go shopping at dog boutiques and take home giveaways from local and national dog brands, including:






Barks and Bites: Doggie Crawl to Give to Animal Rescue


With the expansion of the dog crawl, BiteLines is giving back to the community in 2024.  A portion of the crawl’s proceeds each month will go to animal rescue organizations across metro Atlanta, as well as one national organization. Selected charities are:


·      March: Paws Atlanta

·      April: Furkids

·      May: Atlanta Humane Society

·      June: Atlanta Lab Rescue

·      July: Angels Among Us

·      August: none

·      October: Rescue Me Georgia

·      November: LifeLine Animal Project



BiteLines Founder & CEO Nicole Gustin on a scooter on the Atlanta BeltLine
Nicole Gustin, Founder and CEO of BiteLines Atlanta Food Tours

“We are dog lovers, and that’s why we created this fun restaurant crawl for doggies,” Nicole Gustin said. “There is nothing more heartwarming than seeing happy pups bring smiles to the faces of their paw-rents. With the popularity of this event the past year, we are able to expand and give back to our community. We chose these animal rescue organizations because we see how their volunteers work tirelessly to help dogs and cats, and we cannot thank them enough.”


BiteLines Atlanta Food Tours launched in the fall of 2019, just months before the COVID pandemic largely shut down businesses in Atlanta. The company resumed its tours in June 2021. In March 2023, BiteLines rolled out Barks and Bites, a one-of-a-kind restaurant crawl for dogs.






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