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Posted January 18, 2017 by Anna Garrison Nemeth in Two Gals & a Fork

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What do you get when you combine the delectable food of The Vista with the history of Columbia? Two Gals & a Fork Food Tours, of course. Two Gals & a Fork is the brainchild of Gloria Freeman and Janet Jordan…friends with dynamic personalities who have a love of food, Columbia, and South Carolina.

Two Gals & a Fork offers walking and tasting tours called Brunch & Munch and Sites & Bites. Each tour includes stops at five famously hot restaurants serving up creative dishes. The restaurants give tour goers a generous portion of one of their best dishes, along with a brief history of the dish and the restaurant. A unique feature of the Two Gals tours is the inclusion of a tour guide from Historic Columbia who presents the history of Columbia while walking from restaurant to restaurant. It’s a good way to learn about our capital city while burning off some of the calories just consumed.

French toast at Liberty Tap Room, shrimp ‘n grits at Blue Marlin, pizza at Mellow Mushroom, pretzels and beer at World of Beer, chocolate truffles at Kaminsky’s Dessert Café, sushi at SakiTumi, tacos at Sure Fire Tacos, Oysters Rockefeller at Pearlz Oyster Bar, and coffee & dessert at The Wired Goat…just a sampling of the good eats you’ll experience on a Two Gals & a Fork food tour. And at the end of the tour, you leave with a smile on your face, a new friend or two, and a full belly. It doesn’t get any better than that. 

Two Gals & a Fork Food Tours also include Pub Crawls, Behind the Scenes Culinary Experiences, and Dinner Dine-Arounds. And they have recently expanded to include food tours in Newberry. Food, fun, and history all in one place.

Anna Garrison Nemeth - Two Gals & a Fork

Anna Garrison Nemeth is a stay-at-home mom and freelance photographer and writer from Columbia, SC. Anna brings her experiences as a cancer survivor and world traveler to life through her photographs and writings. She believes that everything has a story just waiting to be told, and she is ready to bring that story to life. Anna can often be seen driving around Columbia, singing her heart out, as she heads off with her camera, ready to capture whatever catches her eye. And, if you look closely, you’ll see that she’s already working on the story to go along with it.

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