Find out why New York is known as the city that never sleeps on a classic New York pub crawl! Choose from three exciting itineraries centered on New York’s liveliest neighborhoods and visit some of the city’s most famous bars and pubs.
Escape the tourist trail and visit the night-time venues frequented by locals and New York celebrities past and present. Make new friends over a beer or two as you crawl between dive bars, historic saloons and ale houses on a choice of three entertaining and sociable evening tours of New York City!
West Village Pub Crawl
This tour will take you through Greenwich Village, the district renown for being the bohemian capital of New York City. Your guide will take you to New York’s classic dive bars that have left their mark on folk-rock history. This pub tour will set you right in the heart of where rock legends such as Bruce Springsteen, Jimi Hendrix and Bob Dylan started their careers. For a step back into rock history, you'll visit Bleecker Street and the music venue Café Wha?
Hell’s Kitchen Pub Crawl
Join this tour and enter New York City’s former underworld where gangsters ruled the streets and police feared to tread. You’ll start your evening drinks at a Hell’s Kitchen bar where famous playwrights mixed with gangsters and police. After a couple of drinks, you’ll head into the heart of Hell’s Kitchen for more drinks at the old Westies Gang headquarters. You'll end the night at a quintessential Hell’s Kitchen bar where the booths are held together with duct tape, the beer is cheap and plentiful, and the bar tenders serve free hot dogs with their Hell’s Kitchen attitude.
East Village Pub Crawl
This pub tour will take you on a journey back in time through New York City’s drinking history. The tour begins at an enduring location that has been featured in countless movies, television commercials and music videos. After an introduction to the neighborhood's artistic and music prominence, your guide will escort you to one of New York’s most famous ‘speakeasy’ venues, a favorite spot for John F. Kennedy. For a memorable end to the night, your guide will take you to the bar Abraham Lincoln visited after his famous Cooper Union address.