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THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

You can enjoy good food while learning a little history on a tasty new south Georgia tour.

The Taste of Thomasville Food Tour allows for a unique sampling of six Thomasville eateries.

The tour also stops at historic homes, churches, and businesses that go back over 100 years.

Tour Founder Debra Smith says she has created a helping relationship with the other restaurants on the tour.

"After eating Moonspin Pizza, they realized how good the pizza was, and they said they would definitely be back. So it's kind of a win-win situation. We promote them and in a roundabout way at the same time they promote us."

The walking tour spans about one and half miles and lasts about three hours.

For tickets or more information visit www.tasteofthomasvillefoodtour.com 

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