More than just a bus tour...it's an EXPERIENCE!
What better way to explore black history than touring iconic locations and sampling delicious soul food cuisine in your own backyard?
We'll visit historical local African American landmarks and learn about the significant contributions to our city. But the fun doesn't stop there! Designated *surprise* stops at Black-owned restaurants for tastings of their popular chosen soul foods and desserts.
Take in the sites stress-free and with a fun group of fellow history lovers while exploring the tastes of Dallas and Fort Worth from the comfort of a chauffeured bus.
Join us for the "SOUL OF DFW" Food and Black History Bus Tour!
Take a glimpse.
Deah Berry Mitchell (pictured right)
Deah Berry Mitchell is a corporate executive by day and freelance writer and culinary event producer by night residing in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas. A double graduate of Southern Methodist University, she enjoys cooking, traveling and immersing herself into other cultures. While vacationing in 2017 Berry-Mitchell had the idea to produce a bus tour that would combine her two passions: foodways and local cultural history. Swiftly upon returning she suggested to her friend and public relations manager, Dalila Thomas, that they partner together to produce this new concept. In February 2018 they officially launched and have been producing the sold-out tours consistently since then. The pair have been featured in several media outlets such as, The Dallas Morning News, D Magazine, WFAA, Guidelive and numerous others. They are currently planning to expand into other test markets in the immediate future. Deah is currently finishing her second book, an untitled historical fiction novel. Pick up a copy of her first book published in early 2019, “Cornbread & Collard Greens: How West African Cuisine and Slavery Influenced Soul Food” here.
Dalila Thomas (pictured left)
Dalila Thomas is the founder of Starving on a Budget, PR and events company that specializes in generating awareness for black-owned businesses. In addition, Thomas is freelance writer for D Magazine, Dallas Morning News, Dallas Observer, and Southern Dallas Magazine.