Sunday Brunch Holiday Walkabout

Tour Description

You’ll take a leisurely stroll through Beaufort’s historic district with your guide. You will see some of the beautiful homes with festive holiday decorations.

The Beaufort historic district was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. There are about 285 historic homes in the district; of these, over 150 boasts plaques awarded to home at least 100 years old, dating back to the late 1700s. It’s an easy walking tour for people of all ages.

After the tour, you can relax and enjoy Sunday Brunch at Beaufort Grocery Company, one of the regions’s most renowned dining establishments. You’ll choose your entrée from several breakfast or lunch culinary features on their restaurant menu.

Located in Beaufort’s historic district, Beaufort Grocery Company brings subtle grace and charm reminiscent of a French country Bistro to the local scene.

Charles Park, C.E.C., a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York, a member of the prestigious Chaîne des Rôtisseurs™, and his wife Wendy, established the restaurant in 1991 on the site of the old Owens Grocery Store. Charles serves as Executive Chef of the establishment, while Wendy manages the front of the house and doubles as Pastry Chef.

After your tour and brunch, we encourage you to shop locally to support Beaufort’s whimsical shops, artists, and art galleries.

Don’t forget to pickup Hungry Town Tours gift certificates and the 2018 Beaufort Calendar. Both make great gifts!

The Sunday Brunch Holiday Walkabout is limited to eight (8) participants, allowing for a more intimate and manageable group that offers you maximum enjoyment. 

Open year-round, Hungry Town Tours offers several different award-winning walking, bike, culinary, and history tours. Winner, TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Award. It’s the best way to see “America’s Favorite Town.”

Telephone Reservations Available 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Questions? Give us a call at (252) 648-1011

Tour Details

Days & Times: Sunday, 10 a.m. Rain, or shine.

Availability: Select dates include: November 25, December 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 2018

Minimum: Two-person minimum.

Duration: 3 to 3¼ hours.

Fee: $69 per person, inclusive. Includes local guide, choice of brunch or lunch menu, coffee or tea, mimosa or Bloody Mary (other alcoholic beverages are additional), restaurant gratuity, and taxes. All participants receive a hand-decorated gingerbread man from the bakery at the Spouter Inn & Restaurant.

Ages: 21 years old & up. Younger adults and children can be accommodated. Limited availability. Private tours, at no additional fee, can be arranged for groups or families.

​Location: Downtown Beaufort, historic district, and waterfront.

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“We learned so much about historic Beaufort, ending in a delightful brunch at Beaufort Grocery Company.  We look forward to more tours with Hungry Town. Job well done.”
— TripAdvisor customer


“…the Crystal Coast has no shortage of experimental pursuits for any type of traveler. Of all of these, one of the most popular gems is none other than Beaufort’s Hungry Town (Bike) Tours.”
— Private Air magazine

Beaufort Grocery Company Cookbook

Cookbook “Closed on Tuesdays”
Beaufort Grocery Company has published a cookbook, “Closed On Tuesdays,” with 128 pages of delicious family and restaurant recipes, 30 amazing photos and a beautifully painted cover by John Silver. The book is available at the Hungry Town Tours Welcome Center for $29.95, plus tax.

We offer tour gifts certificates for any occasion, Get one today!