City Lime Tour (Weekdays)

Duration: 2.5 -3 hours

Location: St. John's







Adult VIP



Must be able to navigate 4km

Savour our national dish and 6 other tastings as we visit family-owned eateries in the city of St. John's.

  • Taste what Antiguans eat as we venture to 7 different eateries
  • Explore hidden architectural, historical and cultural gems in the capital city not often visited by the average tourist.
  • Try a spectrum of food eaten by locals ranging from items that a part of our national dish right down to our local snacks and drinks.
  • Enjoy tastings and points of interest while taking an easy stroll.
  • Be confident that you will be considered an Antiguan foodie, have working knowledge of the city and have a happy tummy.

Vegetarian option

Alcohol option

Tours run rain or shine

An easy 4km stroll

Restrooms available

What to Expect

The tour will start in the historic Heritage Quay where we will be just next door to our first taste stop. We will eat and stop at 7 eateries tasting a variety of what the City of St. John’s has to offer.

This tour will feature our national dish along with a number of other goodness. Our tour will end up the street from our starting point near to Country Pond. As we embark on this adventure, we will be taking a deeper look at the hidden historical gems hidden throughout the town!

City Lime Tour Stops


Not only is this a culinary stop but it is situated in a historical gem within the capital.

Cuties Bar and Restaurant

Providing local meals with an international twist, this restaurant is nestled in the relaxing atmosphere of Redcliffe Quay.

Smoothie Palace

Islanders deeply believe in the healing and wellness benefits if fruits, vegetables and teas. This stop is ideally accessible for providing refreshing and healthy drinks.

One Stone Ital Shack

The Rastafarian religion is one that promotes healthy eating. Given it's Caribbean roots, this ital shack gives us a chance to eat like a Rastafarian.

Island B-Hive

One of the island's most popular bars will be giving us a chance to sample the island's local beer and other beverages.

Brownies Bakery

Antiguans and Barbudans are known for regularly consuming Brownie bread. This stop gives you a chance to try local sweet goodies.

Louai Mini Mart

The treats provided here are something that are often consumed on the go, at celebrations or just as a snack. This gives you a chance to eat like a local on the go.

Where to Meet

Parking could be found on the streets throughout the city along with paid parking in Redcliffe Quay. Our tour will kick off at the entrance of the historic Heritage Quay.

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Have questions? Here's the most frequently asked.

Parking is available at each tour’s starting location. After your purchase tickets, you’ll receive emails with parking suggestions.

Yes. IDs will be checked, even if you purchase the no-beer ticket. The establishments that we visit will only allow those 21 and above because of the law.

Absolutely not! Our tours combine architectural commentary, historical facts, local culture and culinary insight into a unique 3-hour experience. Imagine walking through the city eating our local artisans most delicious foods while learning the neighborhoods from real locals.

Please be sure and let us know if you (or anyone in your group) has a dietary restriction (e.g. vegetarian, diabetic, allergy, etc.) when you purchase your tickets. As long as we know in advance, we can accommodate your needs.

Yes, advance ticket purchase is required. Events typically sell out quickly. To maximize your chances of getting the date, time, and number of tickets you prefer, please book well in advance.

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