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Dessert Walking Tour in New York City: Cupcakes, Cookies, and Gelato

Dessert Walking Tour in New York City: Cupcakes, Cookies, and Gelato - New York City, New York Star Rating

Duration: 2 hours
Location: New York City, New York

From USD
$49.99

Indulge in some of New York City’s most delectable treats on this dessert walking tour in Lower Manhattan. Visit several popular local bakeries and enjoy six tastings – you’ll even get to design your own custom cupcake! Savor a gourmet chocolate cupcake at Crumbs Bake Shop, delight in a luxurious red velvet cupcake at famous Magnolia Bakery and even sample some gelato and cookies ... More info ›

Indulge in some of New York City’s most delectable treats on this dessert walking tour in Lower Manhattan. Visit several popular local bakeries and enjoy six tastings – you’ll even get to design your own custom cupcake! Savor a gourmet chocolate cupcake at Crumbs Bake Shop, delight in a luxurious red velvet cupcake at famous Magnolia Bakery and even sample some gelato and cookies. This tour is sure to satisfy any sweet tooth!

Meet at Union Square in the afternoon and follow your expert foodie guide on a walking tour through beautiful Greenwich Village in Lower Manhattan. Head first to Baked by Melissa, whose signature tie-dye cupcake is a favorite among locals.

After your first tasting here, walk to Crumbs Bake Shop, which makes more than 50 delicious varieties of cupcakes daily, including a gourmet chocolate cupcake. Delight in an indulgent sample before heading to Amorino, a dessert shop that actually specializes in gelato, but also serves decadent chocolates, creamy milkshakes and fresh-baked waffles.

Then, continue to Molly’s Cupcakes, where you’ll design your very own cupcake! Pick a cake flavor, choose a frosting and then dress it up with tasty toppings. Your customized cupcake will be made right in front of you.

Afterward, visit Milk & Cookies, one of West Village’s cutest bakeries. You can try one of their cupcakes or one of their signature cookies instead.

No cupcake tour would be complete without a trip to one of the most famous bakeries in NYC, Magnolia Bakery. Savor their red velvet cupcake – a delicious way to end your tour!

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Pizza Walking Tour of Manhattan

Pizza Walking Tour of Manhattan - New York City, New York Star Rating

Duration: 2.5 to 3 hours
Location: New York City, New York

From USD
$40.00

Take a guided walking tour in New York City and taste pizza at three of Manhattan’s top pizzerias along the way! Sample the pizzas of Little Italy and lower Manhattan on the Crosstown Pizza Tour. Or head to Greenwich Village and SoHo to see what tasty pies they offer on the Greenwich Pizza Tour ... More info ›

Take a guided walking tour in New York City and taste pizza at three of Manhattan’s top pizzerias along the way! Sample the pizzas of Little Italy and lower Manhattan on the Crosstown Pizza Tour. Or head to Greenwich Village and SoHo to see what tasty pies they offer on the Greenwich Pizza Tour. Or opt for the Lower East Side Pizza Tour for a delicious journey through the eclectic neighborhood. Spend time with the owners of each pizzeria that you visit. Learn about the different types of pizza that each venue makes, hear how pizza has changed over the years and enjoy a slice at each to determine your favorite!

New York City is a hub for fantastic pizza, so how to choose where to go? On a pizza walking tour, of course! Enjoy slices of pizza from three local pizzerias and learn a little history while you walk through historical Manhattan neighborhoods such as Little Italy, Greenwich Village, SoHo and the Lower East Side. Your pizza enthusiast guide has the insider information on where to go and what to order, so relax and enjoy an afternoon in New York! Receive a pocket pizza journal as well!

Crosstown Pizza Walking Tour (Little Italy and Greenwich Village)
Visit Manhattan’s famous Little Italy, which the majority of Italian immigrants called home in the early 1900s. See the streets that once overflowed with peddlers and fruit carts and where a peasants’ meal called ‘pizza’ made its debut in America. Visit America’s oldest pizzeria, and admire the sights of these two lovely neighborhoods as you walk.

Greenwich Village Pizza Walking Tour (Greenwich Village and SoHo)
Discover the evolution of pizza from its humble origins in Southern Italy to its cheesy transformation in America’s industrial cities. This Manhattan district was once a thriving Little Italy and is currently in the middle of a resurgence, with new shops being opened by recent Italian immigrants. Visit pizzerias that each specialize in a different type of pizza – types that symbolize its development from a lowly Neapolitan street food to a celebrated American staple.

Lower East Side Pizza Walking Tour (Lower East Side of Manhattan)
If you love pizza, welcome to one of the most pizza-dense neighborhoods, the Lower East Side. Everything from classic pizza-by-the-slice, old-fashioned Neapolitan fare to creative spins on this eponymous dish, this neighborhood has it all. Taste and discover its rich history. Learn about ancient pizza toppings and dough stretching techniques and compare the baking patterns of three different pizza ovens. This tour is for true pizza aficionados.

On your tour, you'll visit three of the following pizzerias:
Lombardi’s, Joe’s Pizza, Louie & Ernie’s, Rizzo’s, Keste, Nunzio’s, Sam’s Restaurant, John’s of Bleecker St, Best Pizza, Patsy’s, Totonno’s, Luzzo’s, Arturo’s, Sac’s Place, NY Pizza Suprema, Pizza Roma, J&V Pizzeria, Ben’s of Soho, Zero Otto Nove, Pizza Box, Rose & Joe’s Italian Bakery, Parisi Bakery, Pugsley’s, Pala, Via Tribunali, Williamsburg Pizza or Two Boots

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New York City Food Cart Walking Tour

New York City Food Cart Walking Tour  - New York City, New York Star Rating

Duration: 2 hours
Location: New York City, New York

From USD
$48.00

Treat your taste buds to some of the best street food in New York City, dished out of gourmet curbside kitchens! Explore either Midtown or the Financial District on foot as you taste six different food cart dishes. Your guide will also tell you about the rich food cart heritage in New York ... More info ›

Treat your taste buds to some of the best street food in New York City, dished out of gourmet curbside kitchens! Explore either Midtown or the Financial District on foot as you taste six different food cart dishes. Your guide will also tell you about the rich food cart heritage in New York. After this delicious walking tour, you'll never look at street food the same again!

Sprinkled across Manhattan are some of the best dining experiences on the planet. No, not Michelin-starred restaurants – gourmet food carts! Over the past few years, food carts have gained popularity in New York City (among other cities across the country) and have grown from just a hot dog with ketchup to some of the best falafel you’ll find outside of Tel Aviv or the most flavorful curry this side of Mumbai.

Follow your guide through either the Financial District or Midtown in search of six different cuisines for you to try. The selections your guide chooses will change just as frequently as the locations of the carts, so you’ll be in for a surprise! Possible food carts include Trini-Paki Boys, Souvlaki Truck or Wafels & Dinges and you can expect food like falafel, Korean short ribs and Mexican chocolate brownies.

Lace up your walking shoes and bring your appetite!

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Craft-Beer Crawl of Brooklyn

Craft-Beer Crawl of Brooklyn - Brooklyn, NY Star Rating

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Brooklyn, NY

From USD
$74.00

Tired of ordering the same old brew? Find a new favorite on this craft-beer crawl in New York City! Join your knowledgeable guide on a tour of Brooklyn, and find out why New York City is considered a capital of the beer world today.

You'll tour several bars that serve craft beer, plus a beer store, in the Williamsburg district of Brooklyn and learn about the barley, hops and dedication put into every batch of brew. And don’t worry about drinking on an empty stomach – in addition to the 10 free samples of beer provided, a selection of appetizers are included to help keep your feet moving to the next bar!

On this craft-beer crawl in Brooklyn, learn how craft beer is made, how to distinguish between different varieties of beer and how to fully appreciate beer the way professional tasters do ... More info ›

Tired of ordering the same old brew? Find a new favorite on this craft-beer crawl in New York City! Join your knowledgeable guide on a tour of Brooklyn, and find out why New York City is considered a capital of the beer world today.

You'll tour several bars that serve craft beer, plus a beer store, in the Williamsburg district of Brooklyn and learn about the barley, hops and dedication put into every batch of brew. And don’t worry about drinking on an empty stomach – in addition to the 10 free samples of beer provided, a selection of appetizers are included to help keep your feet moving to the next bar!

On this craft-beer crawl in Brooklyn, learn how craft beer is made, how to distinguish between different varieties of beer and how to fully appreciate beer the way professional tasters do. In addition to learning the craft of beer making, your guide teaches you the craft and history of the neighborhood you are exploring. At each bar or store, enjoy samples of the beers on display and hear the stories behind the froth. By the end of this tour, you’ll be leaving less-refined beers behind and molding yourself into a beer connoisseur!

Spend a leisurely afternoon winding through the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, learning what it takes to make a delicious craft beer. Enjoy at least 10 samples from several bars as your guide educates you on the art of beer-making. In addition to the beer samples, food, a beer-tasting guide sheet and a tour map of the neighborhood are included.

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Harlem Soul Food and Jazz Evening Tour

Harlem Soul Food and Jazz Evening Tour - New York City, New York Star Rating

Duration: 5 hours
Location: New York City, New York

From USD
$175.00

Take a tour of Harlem — a center of jazz and bebop music — then dine on soul food and see a jazz show at a famous venue like the Cotton Club. After exploring the historical neighborhood with a professional guide, feast on mouthwatering cuisine such as crispy fried chicken, spicy ribs and cornbread at Sylvia’s restaurant ... More info ›

Take a tour of Harlem — a center of jazz and bebop music — then dine on soul food and see a jazz show at a famous venue like the Cotton Club. After exploring the historical neighborhood with a professional guide, feast on mouthwatering cuisine such as crispy fried chicken, spicy ribs and cornbread at Sylvia’s restaurant. You’ll relive the high-stepping nights of the 1920s with a jam session at one of Harlem’s hottest clubs. There’s no better way to explore the full range of Harlem's diverse history, music and food!

Explore Harlem's musical legacy, including its churches, spiritual centers and swinging nightlife during this 5-hour tour, which departs near Times Square in the evening. You’ll learn from a knowledgeable guide about Harlem's role in the history of jazz, and hear about its most noted musicians who gave New York its musical edge.

Drive past the site of the original Cotton Club, where Duke Ellington and Lena Horne spent hours wowing crowds from around the world. See the Savoy Ballroom where Benny Goodman and Chick Webb fought it out during their ‘battle of the bands,’ and where the Charleston, lindy hop and the Big Apple dances were firmly cemented into American culture.

Snap a photo of Harlem’s world-famous Apollo Theater, where numerous artists such as James Brown performed, and imagine the era when Sarah Vaughan and Ella Fitzgerald won the popular ‘amateur night.’ Pass by Minton's Playhouse, where bebop was born, and where Charlie Parker, Miles Davis and Thelonious Monk started the tradition of jam sessions.

After your tour of Harlem, you’re treated to a traditional, family-style dinner at Sylvia's ‘Queen of Soul Food’ restaurant. Enjoy traditional African-American cuisine inspired by dishes that originated in the southern US, such as spicy ribs, collard greens, fried fish and fried chicken, cornbread, and a few side dishes like black-eyed peas, okra, or macaroni and cheese.

Following dinner, your guide accompanies you to a local Harlem jazz club, where two complimentary drinks are included and the music is red hot. On Mondays, head to Harlem's renovated Cotton Club, where you can sway to the beat of a local, twelve-piece swing band (dance lesson included). Soak up the lively atmosphere at an alternate venue while enjoying the sounds of a jazz or rhythm & blues band.

Your nightlife experience ends with drop-off near Times Square at midnight.

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Best of Brooklyn Half-Day Food and Culture Tour

Best of Brooklyn Half-Day Food and Culture Tour - New York City, New York Star Rating

Duration: 4.5 hrs
Location: New York City, New York

From USD
$125.00

The new culinary center of the Big Apple, where food and dining trends are dispersed to the rest of the country, is Brooklyn. And with this half-day tour, you can take a big bite out of it ... More info ›

The new culinary center of the Big Apple, where food and dining trends are dispersed to the rest of the country, is Brooklyn. And with this half-day tour, you can take a big bite out of it. From old ethnic enclaves to the latest hipster 'hoods, Brooklyn's dining scene is both diverse and cutting edge. Munch pierogies in Polish-dominated Greenpoint and hip farm-to-table fare in Williamsburg. This guided eating tour of New York's coolest and tastiest borough is ideal for foodies and the people who love them.

Welcome to Brooklyn, the coolest, most dynamic borough in the Big Apple. Not just the center of all things hip and artisanal, Brooklyn also happens to be one of the best places to eat in the country right now, where dining standards like locavore-ism and farm-to-fork trends hit here early on.

This guided half-day culture-and-food-centric tour winds throughout Brooklyn, revealing the hip 'hoods and the off-the-beaten-path eats that you'd be hard-pressed to find on your own.

Your journey begins in the historic West Village, the past and present home to some of the city's most influential residents. Then, along with your knowledgable food-crazed New Yorker guide, hop into the air-conditioned shuttle and venture across the Williamsburg Bridge.

Journey around the ultra-Orthodox Hasidic Jewish section of Williamsburg, where families stroll the bustling streets that look like they haven't changed in a generation or two, before hitting the hipster section of the neighborhood. Williamsburg is one of the best restaurant neighborhoods in the city where third-wave coffee roasters sit next to cutting-edge farm-to-fork restaurants. Indulge in a slice of Neapolitan pizza or a cannoli before moving next door to Greenpoint.

Wander around Greenpoint, a neighborhood where you may hear "dzień dobry" as much as "hello." That's because the area has long been home to the city's Polish residents. Stop into a traditional Polish eatery for scrumptious meat-stuffed pierogies and juicy kielbasas.

The tour suddenly gets sweet in DUMBO, an atmospheric part of town that stands for Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass. Sample some delectable sweets at the Jacques Torres chocolate factory and then walk it all off at the recently re-constructed Brooklyn Bridge Park (make sure you bring your camera for the incredible views of the Manhattan skyline).

Then return to Manhattan, pleased with your newfound knowledge of New York's coolest borough.

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