Chew your way through New York on this unique subway and walking eating experience that is different from standard food tours. Tours include 4-8 stops in some of the greatest eating neighborhoods in New York. Venture away from the tourist areas with multiple cuisine stops including at least one sweet stop where you meet and mingle with others from around the world.
This New York Food On Foot tour is focused on quality, fresh-food eating. Enjoy the largest buffet in the world: New York City. You will explore real non-tourist New York neighborhoods. Different from a standard food tour, you choose what you like to eat and how much. Your guide'is like family in New York'while you enjoy smaller item style foods in real New York neighborhoods. Unbiased restaurant recommendations are provided as part of the tour to help you eat great and save money for your whole trip.
This walking dessert tour combines Broadway history with quintessentially New York-style desserts, led by a real NYC actor. Discover the stories behind the bright lights of Broadway and learn the history of the theater district as you try classic New York desserts like cheesecake, black and white cookies, and more. You'll be a Great White Way expert before you leave!
Slow down your weekend afternoon with a sweeter than sugar dessert tour. You'll learn about the city's culinary past, all while trying some of the greatest desserts the area has to offer. Mosey through the quaint Chelsea neighborhood, into Chelsea Market, down the High Line, and into the Meatpacking District. End your culinary adventure in the West Village.
Greenwich Village, West Village or just The Village was once home to musicians, poets, and authors is now full of a variety of ethnic eateries. Come taste the flavors of this diverse neighborhood. You will also visit iconic parts of Greenwich Village and hear historical facts on this private walking tour.Special Offer - Book and travel by June 6 and save 10% off our previously offered price! - Book Now!
Discover some of the best sweets in one of New York City's busiest neighborhoods, Hell's Kitchen. Learn about this neighborhood's rough and tumble past as well as the city's culinary history while trying some of the best sweets that the Big Apple has to offer. From artisan handcrafted chocolates, traditional American pies, the best cookie in NYC, and more, you'll leave with a full stomach and new-found knowledge of NYC.
Discover the edible delights in New York City's Lower East Side on this private, 3-hour, walking food tour. Come explore the neighborhood where struggling immigrant groups settled right off the boat. Find historic synagogues next to mom-and-pop shops, and tenement apartments amongst luxury, high-rise condos. Come taste the flavor of the many ethnic groups that made this part of Manhattan so special. Foods that started on the pushcart graduated to the local storefronts and popular Essex Street Market.
Beat the heat this summer with this one-of-a-kind ice cream food tour in New York City. Your guide will introduce you to the most delicious cold treats from uniquely flavored ice creams, artisan gelato, frozen yogurt and more, while walking through the streets of Little Italy, SoHo, and Chinatown.
Enjoy a taste of New York City with this private, 4-hour food lover's tour. Traverse the Big Apple with a guide to sample the best food in the city, a varied collection of'Asian, Indian, Italian, French, Spanish, and American cuisine. Also, visit retail shops like Zabar's, the'Upper West Side's iconic, gourmet, epicurean emporium; upscale Dean and Deluca; the vibrant Italian market Eataly, and more. Premium snacks and bottled water are included.
Immerse yourself in the food and culture of one of New York's most colorful neighborhoods, Little Italy, and sample some of the best Italian food in NYC. Hear the stories behind the historic Italian landmarks that defined the immigrant experience at the turn of the 20th Century. Every delicatessen, bakery and pizza shop on this Italian food tour of New York is over 100 years old!
Harlem is home to a variety of diverse cultures and tastes. On this walking tour, you will taste renowned soul food as well as Caribbean and African cuisines at a variety of restaurants. Between tastings, you'll learn about Harlem's rich history. It's the perfect introduction to Harlem'with a list of restaurants and destinations you'll be eager to visit again. For most guests, enough food is served that a meal afterwards is not needed. Come hungry!
Explore the tastes and history of two ethnic NYC neighborhoods, Chinatown and Little Italy. Animated and friendly guides allow their guests to learn these neighborhoods through fascinating historical stories and culinary delights. The delicious food tastings range from homemade mozzarella to a sit-down dim sum dining experience. One leaves this tour fully satisfied, along with a new found confidence in navigating the neighborhoods with a provided recommendation list in hand. This tour is a must if you're a local or visitor looking to get off-the-beaten path and taste amazing foods.