Absorb New York City’s food culture on a walking tour of Greenwich Village. Skip hours of research and trust your guide as you head to the area’s top-rated eateries to sample a variety of New York specialities, from pizza to artisanal cupcakes. Along the way, your guide points out hidden landmarks often missed by visitors and locals alike, leaving you with inside knowledge about the neighborhood.
Delve deeper into the food and multicultural history of Manhattan’s Lower East Side than you could alone on this small-group walking tour. Rather than guessing at eateries and foods to try, let a guide showcase local hotspots and specialties; and chart their European, Jewish, and other cultural roots. Taste snacks such as “knish” doughballs, “bialy” filled rolls, and more; and learn stories of 19th-century immigrant life that many travelers miss.
New York City has been known for its yummy food for centuries, but if you don’t know Greenwich Village well, you might pass up some of the city’s most delicious dishes. This New York secret food tour lets you sample a mix of doughnuts, New York-style pizza, cupcakes, bagels, and more, so you can get a taste for the rich history of this historic NYC area.
Discover Little Italy’s historical and culinary highlights on this small-group walking tour. Meet your guide in the heart of the neighborhood, and set off on foot—you may recognize its distinctive streets from blockbusters like The Godfather. Visit one of the country’s oldest pizzerias, taste freshly made mozzarella, venture to a classic Italian bakery, and enjoy numerous samples. As you go, your guide will also share neighborhood stories and history.
We will explore 30 of New York's Major Landmarks & Eat 5 of The Best NYC FoodsDuring the walking tour we will stop & taste the best foodsFoods you will try include: New York Pizza, Hot Dog, Italian Cannoli's & Dumplings from Chinatown We start on Wall St. Where we will see iconic buildings, Ground Zero & The NY stock exchange (Bull statue) We then go through the 5 Points, China Town & Little Italy districts. Lots of history & food in this area. Gangsters, amazing food & iconic buildings (The Woolworth Building)The Iconic Flatiron building is our next stop. Once we have taken photos of this iconic landmark we head across 23rd St to the High Line. We walk up to Hudson Bay Yard, view the Vessel and then take the subway to Times Square / Rockefeller Centre 5th Avenue is our next destination. NBC Studios, Radio City Music Hall, Museum of Modern Art, St Patricks Cathedral & many more!
Pizza is woven into the fabric of New York City, from dollar slice shops downtown to brick oven Brooklyn pizzerias. To sample some of the most interesting pizza in New York, don't miss this foodie-friendly pizza tour. Explore the East Village and unpack the area's history. Enjoy tastings that showcase how different cultures embrace the pie, sample a dessert, and don't worry about extra costs—tastings are included.
Calling all curd nerds and turophiles - yep there's a word for your love of cheese - NY's finest cheeses are being wrapped up into one 2 hour walking tour! Fun for passionate pre-grated cheddar sprinklers or Mimolette only kind of fans!Starting at Union Square, you'll sample some of New York's finest cheese's from grilled in toast, to delicious blue stiltons. Learn about the fascinating way cheese is developed on this audio visual gastronomical adventure. Wind through Lower Manhattan soaking up the history and sites, while filling your belly with the best dairy this side of France.Sure, there are plenty of walking tours that you could go on that would take you around all of the beautiful parts of the city; showing you all the best tourist spots, most haunted spots or prime street art spots. But there’s only one way to truly get to know New York: by touring all of the cheesiest spots, of course. It’s a whole different kind of ‘cultured’.
New York City has some of the best street food in the world, but if you don’t know where to go, you could totally miss out on it. Discover the culinary delights of New York City’s food cart scene on this guided walking tour. Visit several of NYC’s food carts and food trucks and sample dishes served up right on the street.
Williamsburg, Brooklyn is a go-to locale for travelers that want to explore the cultural hub of New York City. If you know where to look, it's also a prime destination for some classic Brooklyn cuisine. With this tour, discover the up-and-coming neighborhood with a foodie guide. Stroll through Williamsburg's charming streets, stop at several eateries, and enjoy some of the Big Apple's most famous dishes, like bagels, pizza, and classic deli.
Sample some of Manhattan's best ethnic food on this 2-hour food tour with a small group. Walk around Midtown and other areas, stopping to taste samples from various different world cuisines. Travel the world through food without the need for a passport on this unique tour.
Chart New York City's immigration history through its sandwiches on this culinary walking tour. Join a group of other foodies and a food-loving guide for a stroll through SoHo and Greenwich Village, stopping to sample four varieties of ethnically diverse sandwiches at neighborhood eateries. You'll be introduced to some hidden gems, hear tales on NYC’s cultural mix, and chowdown on sandwich treats that you’d likely never experience on your own.
This bike tour starts in Dumbo, Brooklyn, underneath the Brooklyn Bridge.We head through Fort Green Park for a look at Brooklyn's fasinating days of Brownstones and American Revolutionary War History.The ride continues to Prospect Park, Brooklyn largest park, which contains Brooklyn's only lake.We go to Brooklyn's famouns Greenwood Cemetery before heading down the first American Bicyle Path - Ocean Parkway.At Coney Island, we will stop for Nathan's Famous Hot Dogs, before riding to Ocean Drive into Bay Ridge, where we take the NYC Ferry to Red Hook, Brooklyn for Hometown BBQ.A ride back to Dumbo through Brooklyn Bridge Park, with views of Lower Manhattan, complete the day.All inclusive price! Food, Cycling & Bike Included!
The Lower East Side is one of the best places to eat in New York. Lengthy lines and large portions are commonplace at its most famous food venues, meaning many independent visitors only manage to make it to one or two at most. On this tour, sample food from six long-standing LES institutions, including the legendary Katz’s Delicatessen, and find out more about the immigrant history of the neighborhood.
Earn your wings on this fresh tour through Buffalo’s tastiest restaurants and watering holes – with wing samples at several wide-ranging eateries.On the Wing Ride, we’ll learn about the misunderstood history behind Buffalo’s most famous culinary tradition and how it grew to be an international sensation. We’ll also explore neighborhood history – from Buffalo’s working class origins to its present-day resurgence. This wing tour is truly one of Buffalo’s most unique food experiences – providing a fun (and delicious!) way to learn about the city.
We eat our way through the charming, iconic and extremely delicious neighborhood of Greenwich Village. As we walk and eat you will see vestiges of the original Dutch settlement and early British influences still visible today. Your three-hour tour will unlock secret food havens nestled throughout this beautiful enclave and you will discover the hidden history found around every corner. As we take a stroll back through time, we will uncover the origins of some of New York's quintessential foods and how they have evolved into the delicious morsels we will indulge in today.In addition, as with all of our tours, there is our Secret Dish, which will be revealed on the day of your tour.As a private tour, everything works around you! Our start times are much more easy going, dates can open up. It's a much more intimate and cozy experience. No need to shout over other tourists, you will have every question answered, and leave feeling like a native yourself!
On Secret Food Tours Brooklyn, we eat our way through the charming, historic and international neighborhood of Bensonhurst located in southwest Brooklyn. This area was one of the first settlements in the entire city, so as we walk and eat you will see vestiges of times gone by. Your three-hour tour will guide you through the many cultures and food influences that have made their way through this community throughout the years.In addition, as with all of our tours, there is our Secret Dish, which will only be revealed on the day of your tour.As a private tour, everything works around you! Our start times are much more easy going, dates can open up. It's a much more intimate and cozy experience. No need to shout over other tourists, you will have every question answered, and leave feeling like a native yourself!
No sweeter way to experience NYC multi cultural supreme culinary nature!We'll visit some trendy popular places, along some hidden gems with desserts from Taiwan, Brazil, Sicilia, Ireland and more. Also good for diet! After this visit, you won't touch any sugar for a while :)
This walking tour offers a great overview of the many vegan options in the East Village, one of NYC's prime locations for vegan food. The tour is suitable for vegans and non-vegans alike. We will sample at least five different foods, both savory and sweet.
Discover food venues you won’t stumble across while sightseeing on this tour of Brooklyn’s lesser-known Bensonhurst neighborhood. Learn about the history of the enclave, the diverse local community, and the multiethnic influences that have shaped its dining scene. Along the way, enjoy tastings of everything from sweet treats to savory snacks.
New York City foodies that want to try an altogether exciting culinary adventure shouldn't miss this guided food tour featuring the best of the city's Filipino cuisine. Just meet-up with your group to explore the artsy East Village, where your guide takes you restaurant hopping. Sample traditional Filipino eats, meet restaurant owners and staff, and learn about Filipino food culture along the way. Just be sure to bring your appetite, since a tasting menu at each stop is included.
New York’s first food & history tour! This tour combines the history of the diverse Lower East Side with a series of small food sampling or “noshing” stops from local shops and markets. The main focus of our tour is the history of the multi-ethnic Lower East Side with an emphasis on the neighborhoods of the Jewish East Side, Little Italy, and Chinatown. During the course of our walk we will sample about 10 different items, representing the Dominican, Jewish, Italian, and Chinese communities of the Lower East Side. Most of these items are dairy or vegetarian. All food sampling will be done outdoors and we do not include restaurants on our tour. Our “noshing” tour uses the markets and shops to highlight the history and could be considered a light meal.
Join Linda, a food biologist and teacher turned food entrepreneur, born and raised in Congo on this one-of-a-kind tour. Taste staple dishes from East to West African countries, and learn about the differences in spices, styles, and ingredients for each region. Little Senegal is home to locally owned restaurants serving various traditional African cuisines. Hear the story of how this cultural hub found its place in the heart of Harlem. Experience highlights:•2-3 hour tour with 5 unique stops•Sample bites from different African cuisines•Recommended: comfortable walking shoes & a bottle of water"Stops":•Ghana•Senegal•Somalia•Ivory Coast•Contemporary Pan-AfricanEatWith is the world’s leading community for authentic food experiences with locals, in 130+ countries. Through dinner parties, supper clubs, cooking classes, and food tours in private homes and special venues, EatWith connects hand-selected local hosts with travelers seeking unique, immersive food experiences.
Enjoy a different kind of weekend brunch experience when you visit a waffle factory in Brooklyn’s Gowanus neighborhood. Visit the headquarters of Wafels & Dinges—a street food brand that has sold fresh, Liège-style waffles across the city since 2007—and tour the factory to discover the inner workings of a New York City artisanal food business. You can meet the bakers, explore the facilities, and sip a freshly brewed coffee. Finally, make and enjoy your very own waffle, still hot from the iron.
Experience the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of NYC's coolest boroughEat pierogies and kielbasa in the Polish enclave of GreenpointLearn about the history and the evolution of culinary culture in BrooklynTravel in a comfortable air conditioned vehicle