A true taste of New York City, this pizza walking tour has been featured widely on TV, from the Travel Channel to the Food Network. Let your local foodie guide show you Manhattan’s best spots for cheesy, delicious slices while learning New York history and trivia along the way. Receive a pocket pizza journal as well.
Crosstown Pizza Walking Tour (Little Italy and Greenwich Village)
Stroll through the storied streets of Little Italy, where pizza was first introduced to America in the early 1900s by the Italian immigrants who settled here. Pop in at the oldest pizzeria in America, then make your way to neighboring Greenwich Village to sample a slice in this eclectic neighborhood.
Greenwich Village Pizza Walking Tour (North Village or South Village)
Get a feel for the flavor of Greenwich Village and discover the evolution of this unique area from one of Manhattan’s earliest Italian neighborhoods to a trendy post-bohemian scene. Learn how industrial America put its own spin on pizza after the cheesy dish made its way to New York from Southern Italy, and try three very different interpretations of this now-classic comfort food.
Lower East Side Pizza Walking Tour (Lower East Side of Manhattan)
Manhattan’s Lower East Side is a pizza-lover’s paradise, with dozens of pizzerias packed into this eclectic neighborhood. You’ll find pizza-by-the-slice windows, crispy wood oven-fired creations, old-fashioned Neapolitan pies, and modern interpretations of New York City’s signature dish. Talk to pizza makers to learn about the effects of different ovens and signature dough-stretching maneuvers.