• Location: New York City, New York
  • Duration: 2.5 to 3 hours
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Taste your way through New York City’s eclectic neighborhoods on this mouthwatering pizza walking tour! Stop in at three unique and highly rated pizzerias to sample different slices, from Neapolitan to Sicilian. Along the way, learn about the fascinating history and culture of the neighborhoods you walk through. Customize your pizza tour with a choice of itineraries that cover Little Italy, Greenwich Village and the Lower East Side.


  • Mouthwatering pizza walking tour through Little Italy, Lower Manhattan and Greenwich Village
  • Trace and taste the history of pizza from Italy to America with a local pizza expert
  • Try different styles of pizza, such as Neapolitan, Sicilian or New York, from some of the city's top pizzerias
  • Receive your own pocket pizza journal
  • This top-rated tour has been featured on the Travel Channel, Food Network, Cooking Channel and Discovery Channel – don't miss it!

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What You Can Expect

Pizza Walking Tour of Manhattan

Scientifically Proven Tasty Pizza!

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.

Customer Reviews

Benjamin G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2018

Krista did an amazing job explaining the different styles of pizza we experienced. The group was able to experience the creation of the pizza and learn about the different ingredients that made each pizzeria unique.The group had time to enjoy a drink if one is wanted at the establishments. Krista offered recommendations after the tour of other pizzerias and even recommended a cool place to get a drink after the tour. Definitely book this experience if you are a pizza lover. The tour I attended is the Lower East Side/East Village tour Sunday at 4:30PM

Jean F

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2018

Miriam the tour guide was a pizza enthusiast, therefore a great host. We were given information on the origin of pizza and the different types of ovens used which give different base tastes. Went to three different venues and were given pizza slices at each which were yummy. Well worth doing this tour.

Nancy C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2018

Our pizza tour was great, Very interesting and informative. Our tour guide was more than knowledgeable about kinds of pizzas, the processes of making them ,the ingredients and where in the city to eat the best types of pizza. She was also funny and obviously enjoys guiding pizza tours. All of the pizzas were delicious, and you get plenty. The people cooking at the pizza shops were nice and generous. A really fun and fulfilling tour for New Yorkers and tourists.

Jean H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2018

This tour was amazing ! I didn’t know there was so much to know about making pizza !! We highly recommend this tour for all pizza lovers

Robyn C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2017

This has to be one of the best tours around. Our guide Joe was amazing - what he doesn't know about pizza isn't worth knowing!! We did the tour in 2015 and were so impressed when we were back in NYC this year it was one of the first things we booked to do. I can't recommend it enough!

Denise M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2017

Loved this. A lot of fun and very informative.

Gayle W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2017

Best tour ever! Alexis was the best tour guide. Not only was he a wealth of information but was funny and held our interest throughout the entire tour!

Lee M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2017

We had so much fun on this tour, and our tour guide, Ted, was very knowledgeable and funny :- We thoroughly enjoyed this tour. All 3 pizza stops were unique, so it was a great experience for us. Pizza slices were large, so we were very full at the end of the tour.

Ray L Q

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2017

Great way to spend a few hours in Manhattan. Our guide Mike was knowledgeable,enthusiastic and very friendly. He passed along history and tidbits of information about pizza that was very interesting and enjoyable. We had a great group of people on the tour which made the experience even better. Check this one out, relax and mangia pizza.

Angela C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2017

Mike was a great guide. The pizza's were amazing.

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