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    Chelsea Market & The Highline Food Tour

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    Ever feel like you're missing out on some of New York's most delicious secrets? Even if you're a local foodie, there's always another hideaway to be discovered. During this food tour, you'll explore the historic 112 year old landmark building that houses the Chelsea Market and taste samples from seven of the best vendors. Before it's all said and done, you'll take in the great views of the High Line, and enjoy a final food tasting at a trendy restaurant in the Meatpacking District. Discover the hidden world of food in Meatpacking!
    Chelsea Market & The Highline Food Tour

    75 9th Ave, New York

    • Tour the Chelsea Market and learn about it's remarkable past
    • Sample food from seven amazing vendors
    • Enjoy a tasting at an acclaimed restaurant in the Meatpacking District
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    29 positive reviews
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    Williamsburg Bites Food Tour

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    Williamsburg, one of Brooklyn's most popular and exciting neighborhoods, straddles old and new. You can enjoy the lively arts, music, and boutique scene here, chill in numerous cafes, dine in some very good restaurants. During this walking experience you will discover some of the cultural delights and delectable bites of Brooklyn, by the hand of local food experts. Soak up the neighborhood's unique vibe as you visit iconic institutions to sample tasty treats. Also see large scale street art, learn fascinating history (see author Henry Miller’s home and learn how the neighborhood shaped his writing), and capture the best view of the New York City skyline.
    Williamsburg Bites Food Tour

    218 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn

    • Step into Williamsburg’s past at this traditional Polish bakery (pierogis and pastries)
    • Critics pick BBQ at this neighborhood favorite (excellent veggie option)
    • Enjoy two types of pizza from a NY Times recommended pizzeria and true hidden gem. The owner is host of Vice Munchies and is Brooklyn born and raised
    • Savor bagel bombs and cereal milk ice cream at Momofuku Milk Bar (owned by celebrity chef, Christina Tosi of Master Chef)
    • Chocolate samples direct from this artisanal Brooklyn chocolate factory (flavors like sea salt, coffee, lavender and more!)
    • Inventive ice cream from an Iron Chef contestant (try as many flavors as you want before selecting one!)
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    5 positive reviews
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    The Lower East Side Eats Food Tour

    Don't fall for the culinary tourist traps. You do NOT need to pay $15 for French fries in Times Square. No burger should cost $25 unless it's twenty pounds of deliciousness. If you're looking to have some real New York food, nothing embraces that notion quite like the Lower East Side. Once the ethnic epicenter -- from Jewish to Russian to Indian immigrants -- you'll dive right into the history and culture of this neighborhood by the most sensible means... your stomach. Of course, this food tour includes everything from famous Jewish delis to the best Chinese dumplings in NYC, and even the city's best doughnut shop, Doughnut Plant. If you're looking to eat elsewhere, fugetaboutit!
    The Lower East Side Eats Food Tour

    E Houston St & Forsyth St, New York

    • Check out a funky mix of trendy boutiques, mom-and-pop shops, and cozy cafes located on the Lower East Side
    • Try mouthwatering food from century old authentic Jewish delis and bakeries without having to wait in line
    • Learn about the culture and history of the neighborhood and its gentrification
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    West Village Pizza Walk

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    There is no meal that resembles New York City more than pizza. And what better way to learn how both are interconnected than taking a walking pizza tour! West Village Pizza Walk will focus on pizza from a historical perspective, as you explore lower Manhattan while learning about the birth of the modern pizza pie. You'll eat slices from three of New York's most significant pizzerias and learn how it transformed from a "peasant's meal" for early Italian immigrants to the pervasive dish it is today. You've never tasted New York City like this before!
    West Village Pizza Walk

    626 Hudson St, New York

    • Stroll through Little Italy and Greenwich Village and learn about the birth of New York pizza
    • Sample slices from three of NYC's most significant pizzerias
    • Receive your very own Pizza Journal and Pizza Tour Survival Kit
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    14 positive reviews
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    NYC Pizza, Beer & History Tour

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    Pizza and beer: a celebrated combo among college students. However, anyone can enjoy these delicious classics, as you'll discover on this walking tour through some of the best pizza and beer haunts Greenwich Village has to offer. Italian immigrants have been making pizzas here for decades! You'll discover interesting tidbits about each unique place, the different and very important ingredients, and even various oven types, all while savoring three different styles of pizza. Between slices, wash everything down with a visit to two historic bars, including a former speakeasy that operated during the prohibition. You will also get to hear about the local history and see what drew famous artists and musicians, such as Bob Dylan and F. Scott Fitzgerald, to this neighborhood. Raise your glass, grab a plate, and get ready for a pizza and beer experience unlike any other.
    NYC Pizza, Beer & History Tour

    201 Bleecker St, New York

    • Enjoy a walking tour of pizza and beer in Greenwich Village
    • Visit three different pizzerias, each specializing in a different style of pizza
    • Sample beers from a well-known speakeasy
    • Discuss the architecture, people, and history of this unique and vibrant neighborhood
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    13 positive reviews
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    Greenwich Village Food Tour

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    Warning: what you're about to read will make you drool. Get the ultimate foodie experience on a walking tour of Greenwich Village, one of the city's most historic areas, celebrated for its vast selection of cuisines. From Mediterranean delicacies and desserts to good ol' New York style pizza, there's something for everyone to enjoy. Expand your palette with the savory flavors of prociutto arancini and not-your-average bagel and shmear, or satisfy your sweet tooth with cajeta caramel and crepes galore. Drooling yet? We warned ya!
    Greenwich Village Food Tour

    385 6th Ave, New York

    • Get a taste of the vast offerings known to Greenwich Village on a guided tour of its most famous foods and flavors
    • See one of New York City's most historic areas, stopping for tasty treats at a number of notable foodie hot-spots
    • Pick and choose what you'd like to buy and enjoy
    • Vegetarian and vegan options are available at a number of the sites
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    Queens Southeast Asian Food Tour

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    Not only is Elmhurst Queens' second Chinatown, it's also home to a thriving Southeast Asian community. Tour and eat your way through the area's Indonesian, Vietnamese, and Thai markets and restaurants. You'll sample Indonesian dishes like creamy stewed jackfruit and crunchy keripik kentang kacang manis, Indonesia's sweet, spicy, and savory take on potato chips, at Java Village. Then it's time to tuck into a Vietnamese sandwich at JoJu while sipping a salty lemonade. You'll be able to browse the aisles at Thai Thai for ingredients like kaffir lime leaves, curry pastes, and Thai tea powder and sample such Thai delicacies as kluay khak -- a delectable mixture of fried taro, sweet potato, and plantain. Making for a full cultural experience, you will also be able to pay your respects to the Emerald Buddha at a nearby Thai temple.
    Queens Southeast Asian Food Tour

    Elmhurst, New York

    • Explore the culinary offerings of Elmhurst, Queens' second Chinatown and home to a thriving Southeast Asian community
    • Taste your way through Indonesian, Vietnamese, and Thai cuisine, from stewed jackfruit to salty lemonade
    • Discover the gastronomic secrets of one of New York's most vibrant neighborhoods
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    2 positive reviews
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    Flushing Chinatown Food Tour

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    Manhattan gets a lot of press, but Queens' downtown Flushing is the most vibrant and diverse Chinatown in New York City, offering a wealth of regional Chinese cookery as well as Korean, Malaysian, and Indian cuisines. Explore the myriad flavors of its bustling streets, food courts, and markets. You'll taste your way through the who's who of regional Chinese cuisine, including the fiery fare of Sichuan, the Silk Road-inflected cuisine of Xi'an, as well as delicate dumplings from Tianjin. Then, visit the neighborhood's famous food courts, restaurants, and hawker stands. Marvel at hand-pulled noodles being made at Golden Shopping Mall and savor creamy dou fu fa at Soy Bean Chen Flower Shop. There will also be a chance to shop at Malaysian markets and a visit to the gigantic Korean supermarket Assi Plaza, and even a trek to the Ganesh Temple to sample dosai.
    Flushing Chinatown Food Tour

    136-02 Roosevelt Ave, New York

    • Take a culinary tour of downtown Flushing, New York's most diverse Chinatown
    • Taste your way through traditional Chinese, Malaysian, Korean, and Indian cuisines, from hand-pulled noodles to savory dosai
    • Discover the gastronomic secrets of one of New York's most vibrant neighborhoods
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    10 positive reviews
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    Neighborhood Eats Tour: Brownstone Brooklyn

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    If you think Manhattan is a culinary mecca, just wait until you see what Brooklyn has to offer. Home to authentic mom and pop' restaurants, experience Brooklyn's vibrant mix of locally owned artisanal food shops, unlike anything you can find in Manhattan. On this tour, you'll stop in Italian, Middle Eastern, and other ethnic neighborhoods to experience the unique flair each cuisine represents. Check out old school haunts and new school experiences. Enjoy what makes this area so special... and be ready to eat!
    Neighborhood Eats Tour: Brownstone Brooklyn

    215 Smith St, Brooklyn

    • Explore the Brownstone Brooklyn culinary scene, a blend of Italian and Middle Eastern with New American cuisine
    • Enjoy the food and rich history of the neighborhood's locally owned artisanal shops
    • Experience classic haunts and new culinary entrepreneurs
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    5 positive reviews
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