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In the News: BiteLines Atlanta Food Tours

Updated: Jul 13

Hey foodies and furry friends! We’re excited to share that BiteLines Atlanta Food Tours has been featured in several media outlets recently. From WSB-TV to a Canadian site for dog travelers, we are getting the word out - that the Atlanta BeltLine offers some of the best restaurants in Atlanta - dare we say, the country? And that dogs deserve a fun day out too!

We tell it all - from how our Food and Street Art Tour helps people bond over great food to the secret behind Barks and Bites: Doggie Crawl on the BeltLine. So if you're thinking of taking a food tour, or you want to know more about how to treat your dog to a day out, read on!

BiteLines on WSB-TV

BiteLines Doggie Crawl on WSB-TV
BiteLines Doggie Crawl on WSB-TV

We were so excited that WSB-TV included us in their rundown of fun things to do on the weekend. This segment ran on their morning show, and they highlighted our BeltLine Doggie Crawl with lots of great photos of our canine guests, their paw-rents and some of our amazing paw-tners (like The Clean Dog and Woof Gang Bakery & Grooming and BrewDog).

AJC Calls Out ATL Doggie Crawl

Thanks so much to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (we still call it AJC) for calling us out in their list of weekend events to try. And if you're looking for dog-friendly activities for this coming weekend, check out Barks and Bites: Doggie Crawl on the BeltLine. Our Doggie Crawl generally runs every other Sunday.

Doggone it - We're International!

Screenshot of Dog Trotting article about BiteLines Doggie Crawl
Dog Trotting highlights the BiteLines Doggie Crawl

Our first international press! The BiteLines Doggie Crawl was featured in Dog Trotting , a Canadian blog that highlights global travel for dogs. Yes, this is really a thing.

We're now ready to show off the Atlanta BeltLine to all the Canadian dogs heading our way!

If you want to learn more about our Doggie Crawl, or if you're looking for destinations for your own dog trotter, check out their site.

Big Shoutout from VoyageATL

BiteLines Atlanta Food Tours featured in Voyage ATL
BiteLines Atlanta Food Tours featured in Voyage ATL

We had a fun chat with VoyageATL. and got to spill the beans on how BiteLines started, our love for Atlanta's culinary scene, and the joy of connecting people through food. This is our second time being featured in Voyage ATL (see previous article), and we couldn't be more flattered. We love how they highlight Atlanta's creatives.

Wagging Tails in Big Canoe

Article and photo spread about BiteLines Doggie Crawl in Smoke Signals News
BiteLines Doggie Crawl featured in Smoke Signals of Big Canoe

And guess who's wagging their tails about our tours? Smoke Signals News of Big Canoe, GA recently published an article highlighting our special Doggie Crawl on the Atlanta BeltLine. It's a great feature! If you have participated in Barks and Bites with your furry friend in the last year, check it out - your dog might be showcased. And if you haven't yet spoiled your beloved pup with this luxurious experience, what are you waiting for?

A huge thank you!

We want to send a big thank you to everyone who has joined our Atlanta BeltLine Food and Street Art Tours and Doggie Crawls. You all make each tour special with your smiles, laughter, and wagging tails.

Thanks, too, to the local eateries and businesses that partner with us. Your delicious food and warm hospitality are the heart of our tours.

And a massive thanks to WSB-TV, AJC, Dog Trotting, VoyageATL and Smoke Signals News for sharing our story. Your support means the world to us!

We’re excited for more adventures and can’t wait to share more tasty bites and fun times with all of you.

BiteLines Atlanta Food Tours brings people together over food. We offer walking tours on the Atlanta BeltLine, including a Food and Street Art Tour - highlighting Atlanta’s diverse restaurant scene - and Barks and Bites, a unique restaurant crawl for dogs. Based in Atlanta, BiteLines Atlanta Food Tours is a local, woman-owned business. Book a tour or learn more at

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