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A progressive lunch complemented with art and history

Feed My Sole Glenelg offers dedicated foodies an exciting food, art and history walking tour in the delightful beach-side suburb of Glenelg.

Home to a diverse range of popular international restaurants, bustling coffee shops, renown dessert places and much more, Glenelg is fast-becoming a food lover's favourite!

To help you experience the very best of Glenelg's thriving food scene, Feed My Sole Glenelg has curated an exclusive progressive lunch experience.

Alongside a passionate guide, you will have the opportunity to enjoy a range of delights in handpicked cafes and restaurants.

Meet the passionate owners, chefs and artisans, who will be happy to share their food stories with you. You will spend 20 to 30 minutes at each location to relax and sample the showcased delights.

As you make your way to each venue by foot, your friendly guide will detail the rich and somewhat quirky history of Glenelg.

You will also pass local landmarks such as St Peter's Anglican Church, which is renowned for its beautiful stained glass windows. A volunteer from the Church will deliver a short talk on the history of the Church.

Art is also profiled as part of the tour experience - discover the amazing street art in and around Jetty Road by the likes of Vans The Omega, Lisa King, Bronte Naylor and the Toy Soldiers Crew.

You can also peruse some beautiful high-quality indigenous artworks in an inviting local gallery. A special guest will be on hand to detail their creative work and share what inspires them.

Designed for locals and tourists alike, Feed My Sole Glenelg is a wonderful way to kick off your weekend. The tour meets on Saturdays at 10.30am sharp outside the Stamford Grand Hotel in Moseley Square, Glenelg and concludes at 2pm.

The total walking time is approximately 45 minutes and vegetarian and gluten-free diets can be catered for.

Bookings are now open.

Make a booking today at feedmysole.com.au

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When: Every Saturday: 10:30 am - 2 pm and by Appointment
Where: The tour will start at 10.30am sharp outside the Stamford Grand Hotel in Moseley Square, Glenelg. The tour will finish at 2pm.
Cost: $69 per adult and $35 for children 5-11 years.
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