Delve into the history of New York’s Lower East Side on a 3-hour walking tour. You’ll hear stories about old tenement buildings as you wander the streets in search of good eats in this hotbed of ethnic cuisine. Learn from a guide about the area’s immigrant communities; sample food from The Pickle Guys, Kossar's Bialys and Prosperity Dumplings; and visit Eldridge Street Synagogue, where a local historian sheds light on this historic Jewish landmark. Limited to 12 people, this tour provides a small-group experience.
Why Travelers Choose This Tour
It's important to carve out time to see the real neighborhoods that make up New York's iconic metropolis. On this tour you get to combine history and food. Visit places like Katz's Deli, where the famous lunch scene from When Harry Met Sally was filmed.