New York City, New York
Unfortunately, our tour was cut short by hurricane Sandy, so I believe we missed at least one wine tasting spot. Usually with these kind of food tour, there are a lot more explanations of food, history, city, etc., but again, our tour was cut short, so I was little bit disappointed. If it was on a regular day, I would have enjoyed it much more. Besides that, the tour was nice.
Brooklyn, New York
Our tour guide, Alison was fantastic! She packed us with the history of city, food, and culture of Brooklyn. My friend who lives in Queens and works in Brooklyn didn't know many establishments we visited and appreciated the selection. Highly recommended.
The chocolate tour was fantastic! I learned a lot about making chocolates. The bus tour was okay. We only got out for couple of times with 5-10min, and staying on the bus, I couldn't catch many "shots" with my camera. I would take more extensive tour next time. It was too short, and seemed like we were running in circles. The tour picked me up at the hotel, but didn't drop me off. It makes sense that it was faster to walk back than get on the bus in the traffic, but they should say that in the beginning. Luckily, the drop off is in the busy plaza, and you have plenty to do. I wish they took us where the "peeing boy" was if it was so close.
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