​​​​​​​​​​Tickets must be ordered in advance. No tickets will be sold onsite.


Ticket prices for our Historic Food Tours are as follows:

  • Individual Ticket - $43 per person (increasing to $45 in Sept 2019)
  • 4 to 9 Tickets - $40 per person (increasing to $43 in Sept 2019)
  • 10 or more Tickets - $38 per person (increasing to $40 in Sept 2019)
  • Private tour (10-20 people in Vista, 10-14 people in Newberry and 10-12 people in Lexington) - $100 administrative fee + $40 per person
  • Private tour with drinks (10-20 people in Vista, 10-14 people in Newberry and 10-12 people in Lexington) - $100 administrative fee + $50 per person
  • Gift certificates - $40 per person


There is a service fee of $1.50 added to all tickets purchased with a credit card.


Tickets may be purchased online with a credit card or reserved by calling Janet at 803-360-0578. All reserved tickets must be guaranteed with a credit card, but payment can be made prior to the tour by check or cash. The credit card on file will be charged the full amount plus the $1.50 per ticket processing fee for no-shows. An additional $25 service fee will be charged for all returned checks. 


Online ticket sales end 24 hours prior to the tour. To check ticket availability within 24 hours of a tour, call Janet at 803-360-0578 or Gloria at 803-260-7992.


ORDER YOUR ONLINE TICKETS BY CLICKING ON THE DATE OF THE TOUR BELOW.


Lexington Munching on Main (3-5:30pm)Jul 27, 2019
Vista Brunch & Munch (11am-1:30pm)Aug 10, 2019
Newberry Afternoon Delight (3-5:30pm)Aug 31, 2019

                                                      

To arrange a private group tour or purchase a gift certificate, call Janet at 803-360-0578. Administrative fee of $100 and minimum of 10 guests ($500 total minimum charge) required for a private tour.

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Our Mission

The mission of Two Gals and a Fork Food Tours is to entertain and educate locals and visitors alike, to introduce them to our business partners, and to create an appreciation of Columbia, Lexington, and Newberry as world-class culinary destinations.