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    Stand Up Comedy (Fri and Sat)

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    Founded by native New Yorkers experienced in the comedy business, EastVille Comedy Club features some of the funniest and most experienced comedians in the city. In its Friday night performances, you'll be TGIFing to a rotating list of the city's best stand-up comics as they showcase their material. During the show, you're almost guaranteed to be right about to laugh, actively laughing, or rolling on the floor with "oh no, I need a new pair of pants" laughter. It's definitely a show you won't want to miss. Is there a better way to spend a Friday night?
    Stand Up Comedy (Fri and Sat)

    85 E 4th St, New York

    • Watch some of the city's (and country's) hottest stand-up comics perform
    • Release the week's tension with bursts of laughter on Friday night
    • Enjoy a drink and good company -- or go alone!
    • All ages welcome
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    79 positive reviews
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    Greenwich Village Ghost Tour

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    Believe it or not, your monthly rent is not the scariest thing about this city. Uncover the creepiest kooks and spooks of New York City's past on stroll through its haunted hollows. This tour is not for the faint of heart, taking those who seek a good thrill through the eeriest streets of Greenwich Village and Chelsea amidst their lingering ghosts. You'll hear the tales of modern murder, visit Mark Twain's 'House of Horror,' and stand above the hidden tomb of 20,000 yellow fever victims--awaiting your arrival, no less. Hollywood said it best: 'You'd best start believing in ghost stories, Miss Turner. You're in one!'
    Greenwich Village Ghost Tour

    Washington Square Park, New York

    • Take a walking tour of the eeriest sites of tragedy and mystery in New York City's history
    • Hear bone-chilling true stories of murder and intrigue
    • Visit famous grounds of horror such as the Chelsea Hotel, Triangle Shirtwaist Factory, Mark Twain's 'House of Horror,' and the tomb of 20,000 yellow fever victims
    • Come in contact with the tortured spirits that haunt the streets of Greenwich Village and Chelsea
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    38 positive reviews
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    Lower East Side Food Tour

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    Have you ever eaten a potato knish? How about a bialy or pletzel? Care to try a green tea doughnut? Try them all on this food tour of the Lower East Side. You'll visit historic synagogues, check out the area's latest in arts and architecture, learn about life in the tenements, and master useful Yiddish phrases, all while refining your palates with delectable treats from around the globe. What better way is there to discover a city than through its food?
    Lower East Side Food Tour

    137 E Houston St, New York

    • Learn about the rich history of the Lower East Side as you explore its architecture and art
    • Sample delicious foods from around the world, including dumplings and bialys
    • Visit famous sites such as Katz's Delicatessen and the Orensanz Foundation for the Arts
    • Check out the selections of a number of well-known food shops, such as Doughnut Plant and The Pickle Guys
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    13 positive reviews
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    Brooklyn Heights Walking Tour

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    Known as America's first suburb, Brooklyn Heights has been named as one of the top 10 most beautiful neighborhoods in America. Its beauty is rivaled only by its place in American history. On this walking tour, witness quaint, tree-lined streets that have been the sites of Revolutionary War battles, abolitionist activism, and the inspiration for numerous novelists. You'll also hear stories of engineering feats, military defeats, anti-slavery preachers, prodigious authors, legendary athletes, and fictional TV families. If nothing else, you'll be able to admire some unbeatable views of Manhattan!
    Brooklyn Heights Walking Tour

    Court St & Remsen St, New York

    • Explore one of America's most beautiful neighborhoods on this walking tour of Brooklyn Heights
    • Learn about the rich history and stories of the area from knowledgeable tour guides
    • Visit famous sites such as George Washington's headquarters, Walt Whitman's Brooklyn Eagle, and Grimaldi's Plaza
    • Enjoy beautiful, one-of-a-kind views of Manhattan
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    4 positive reviews
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    Harlem Tour

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    Harlem? There's a lot more to Harlem than just a bunch of basketball Globetrotters. Discover the streets where Ella Fitzgerald and Duke Ellington put American music on the world map. Where Cassius Clay became Muhammad Ali, and where Fidel Castro slept after being kicked out of a midtown hotel for having chickens in his room. On this walking tour, you'll learn about Harlem's dramatic history and visit its most famous sites. A few stops along the way will be Apollo Theater, Lennox Lounge, and the Schomberg Center. If you're lucky, you might even get to see the real Harlem Shake.
    Harlem Tour

    515 Malcolm X Blvd, New York

    • Visit famous landmarks including the Apollo Theater and Lennox Lounge
    • Discover some of NYC's most interesting architecture, food, music, and people
    • Learn about Harlem's rich history through stories about famous people, including Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali, and Fidel Castro
    • Treat yourself to some delicious, authentic soul food
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    18 positive reviews
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    Manhattan Night Tour

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    Everyone knows that New York is the city that never sleeps, so what could be more appropriate than sightseeing after hours? On this walking and subway tour, discover all the most famous sites of the Big Apple, including Times Square, Bryant Park, the New York Public Library, and 30 Rock. You'll also get a great introduction to the city's famous subway system, as well as learn about its history. So forget about doing the normal tourist thing because New York's monuments of stone, steel and glass were meant to be viewed in the artificial glow of neon lights.
    Manhattan Night Tour

    Grand Central, New York

    • Learn about New York's storied history on this walking tour of Manhattan
    • Explore the City by foot and subway as you see the city by moon and neon light
    • Visit world famous landmarks including the Flatiron Building, Grand Central Terminal, and Radio City Music Hall
    • Discover how to efficiently navigate the subway system
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    10 positive reviews
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    SoHo, Little Italy & Chinatown Tour

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    You've seen the iconic skyscrapers, attended a Broadway show, visited Lady Liberty, and relaxed in Central Park. Looking for a little more from the Big Apple? Maybe it's time to visit some of Manhattan's oldest and most enchanting historic districts. On this tour, you'll take a relaxing stroll through SoHo, Little Italy, and Chinatown. Gawk at the Fashionistas and cast iron buildings of Soho, visit America's first pizzeria, see famous mafia locations, and take a stab at bargaining with a street vendor in Chinatown. See a side of the city that you won't find on any postcard.
    SoHo, Little Italy & Chinatown Tour

    Avenue of the Americas & Spring St, New York

    • Explore by foot some of Manhattan's oldest and most historic districts, including SoHo, Little Italy, and Chinatown
    • Visit well-known sites such as Lombardi's Pizza, SoHo's Cast Iron district, Canal and Mott Streets, and the Haughwout Building
    • See locations that have appeared in famous films and TV shows like Ghost, Men in Black, and Sex in the City
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    9 positive reviews
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    Greenwich Village Neighborhood Tour

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    Greenwich Village, with it's quiet, shaded streets and lovely brownstone townhouses, was once the incubating ground of artistic, social and political movements that have helped shape U.S. history. With the help of Free Tours by Foot, explore one of Manhattan's most desirable and expensive residential neighborhoods, as you see the architecture, history, and culture that was and is Greenwich Village. Some well-known sites on the tour include the Stonewall Inn, the Jefferson Market Courthouse, and the Washington Arch. This tour has it all -- authors, poets, folk singers, rock stars, a mobster, a revolutionary, and even the apartment that appeared in "The Cosby Show."
    Greenwich Village Neighborhood Tour

    385 6th Ave, New York

    • Explore one of New York's most desirable and historic neighborhoods on this tour of Greenwich Village
    • Visit famous spots such as Washington Square Park, the Cooper Union Building, and the Huxtable's house from "The Cosby Show"
    • Hear riveting tales of rockstars, revolutionaries, authors, and more
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    98 positive reviews
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    East Village Food Tour

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    Craving a pierogi? Or maybe a falafel? Ruggelah sounds good, too. It's just too bad there isn't a place that can satisfy your craving for all types of ethnic treats at once. Oh wait... there is! On this food adventure, you'll explore the East Village with its unrivaled food and ethnically diverse community. Savor a delicious array of cuisines and flavors, including a cannoli from a landmark pasticceria, falafel from the city's oldest falafel shop, and a class "black and white" cookie from a Jewish bakery, which was voted the best smelling shop in the city. Don't worry about the calories because you'll burn it all off with a history and cultural tour of the area. Good food and good stories -- what more could you want?
    East Village Food Tour

    Astor Place, New York

    • Sample a variety of delicious ethnic treats from famous eateries around East Village
    • Visit New York's most famous falafel shop, as well as a pasticceria that opened in 1894
    • Explore historic sites such as the Mosaic Trail, St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Cooper Union, and the Deutsch-Amerikanische Schuetzen Gesellschaft building
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    3 positive reviews

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