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    Chelsea Market / Meatpacking 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 / Meatpacking 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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    20 positive reviews
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    The Heart of the Village Food & Culture Tour

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    You have been there plenty of times. You've most likely eaten there a lot as well. But you've never experienced Central Greenwich Village and SoHo like this before. You'll take a stroll through these two historic neighborhoods, while receiving insider tips on where to eat and where to find entertainment. All the while, you will be tasting a delicious variety of food specialities from seven unique ethnic eateries, food shops and restaurants. Embrace the rich culture of two of New York's most famous neighborhoods through the 19th century architecture, live music venues, "mom and pop" shops, and of course... the food!
    The Heart of the Village Food & Culture Tour

    97 Macdougal St, New York

    • Learn about the rich history of Central Greenwich Village and SoHo
    • Sample a variety food specialties from street vendors, "mom and pop"shops and restaurants
    • Discover 19th century architecture and the best venues for live music and stand-up comedy
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    11 positive reviews
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    Meatball Crawl

    Looking to get things rolling in Greenwich Village? Meet the meatballs of MacDougal Street! This delectable journey kicks off at the Meatball Shop with four mouthwatering meatball samples: American, Sicilian, Turkish, and Neapolitan. Stomach satiated, feed your mind with meatballs of knowledge as you stroll through the Village alongside a local guide. Savor fun facts and anecdotes served atop a helping of Greenwich Village culture. Visit the imposing Gothic Jefferson Market Library, little known former Little Africa enclave and the ever bustling Bleecker Street. After walking off your meatball high, finish things up on a sweet note: your choice of creamy tiramisu or Italian-style ricotta cheesecake! Can't you just taste that culture?
    Meatball Crawl

    64 Macdougal St, New York

    • Explore Greenwich Village during an educational tour featuring meatballs
    • Sample four varieties of meatball, and enjoy a tiramisu or cheesecake dessert
    • Learn about the history and culture of the Village while visiting local attractions
    • Indulge your curiosity and your stomach, and stretch your legs
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    Nolita/NoHo Food & Culture Tour

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    Old-world charm meets youthful, downtown vibes on the cozy corners of Nolita. Walking through the same streets as John Gotti and Martin Scorsese, you will taste your way through this area North of Little Italy. Formerly known for flophouses, Skid Row bums, and CBGB's, the area's transformed into a hotbed for posh hotels and delectable dining. Learn the history and culture, while glimpsing at the cast-iron facades and cobblestone streets, covering restaurants unfound in any guidebook. Sampling goodies from Roman pizza to authentic Mexican food, get ready to uncover New York history!
    Nolita/NoHo Food & Culture Tour

    Mott St & Prince St, New York

    • Explore the history and culture of Nolita, former home to flophouses and now posh nightlife
    • Taste your way through the delectable, ethnic eateries, including Roman pizza and Mexican tacos
    • Discover off-the-beaten-path restaurants that aren't found in any NYC guide
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    9 positive reviews
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    Pierogi Walk

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    Ah, the pierogi. Boiled or fried, stuffed with potato, cheese, and cabbage fillings. Old-world comfort. These delectable dumplings give pints of ice cream and puppy dog hugs a run for their money. Sample the enticing flavors of NYC's East Village during this foodie-focused walking tour. Stroll through aromatic neighborhoods alongside a local guide. Treat yourself to an inside look at St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery, Second Avenue, and St. Mark's Place. Enjoy cultural and historic insights to put it all into context. Of course, the best way to get to know a culture is through its cuisine. So follow your nose to old-world eateries for pierogi samples and other Polish picks, including kielbasa and baked goods. If a pierogi could speak, it would say "eat me"
    Pierogi Walk

    200 Second Ave, New York

    • Explore the East Village during a guided walking tour featuring Polish cuisine
    • Visit various old-world eateries for samples of pierogies, kielbasa, and baked goods
    • Learn about East Village history from a knowledgeable local guide
    • Indulge your curiosity and your stomach during a delicious dive into East Village culture
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    8 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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    NYC Food Tour: Tenements, Tales, and Tastes

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    Where would New York be without its rich, diverse immigrant history? Mix delicious foreign flavors with tales of history on a tour that will take you from tenements to restaurants. The tour starts out at City Hall, and will send you on your trek through stories and tales of immigration. Pursue all your culinary endeavors with a Dutch breakfast and work your way through 100-year old bakeries, churches, markets, and historic sites. Along the way on your food tour, sink your teeth into amazing stories and delicious food: Knishes, tacos, dumplings, among many more. Also, see Little Italy and Jewish synagogues and clothing sites. Explore the city's Latin culture, the Tenement Museum, and the African Burial Ground. Your tour will come to its end in the Far-East side of Chinatown. It's a great way to explore both history and try delicious cultural foods!
    NYC Food Tour: Tenements, Tales, and Tastes

    City Hall Park, New York

    • Discover New York's rich immigrant history on this culturally informative food tour
    • Try a variety of different foods and tasty treats that will take you all over the world
    • Explore tenements and tales of immigrants from many different cultures
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    2 positive reviews
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    Best of Brooklyn Food and Culture Tour

    The days when local wisdom warned you to stay above 42nd are long gone -- Welcome to Brooklyn, the coolest, most dynamic borough in the Big Apple. Explore the center of all things hip and artisanal with a knowledgeable tour guide. Brooklyn is 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. Your guide will show you the hip 'hoods and the off-the-beaten-path eats that you'd be hard-pressed to find on your own. Experience the myriad of cultures that make up Brooklyn the best way possible -- through their food of course! Return to Manhattan, pleased with your newfound knowledge of New York's coolest borough.
    Best of Brooklyn Food and Culture Tour

    29 Cornelia St, New York

    • Take a guided eating tour of New York's coolest and tastiest borough that's ideal for foodies and the people who love them
    • Hop into the air-conditioned shuttle and venture across the Williamsburg Bridge to indulge in a slice of Neapolitan pizza or a cannoli
    • Stop into a traditional Polish eatery for scrumptious meat-stuffed pierogies and juicy kielbasa sausages
    • Sample some delectable sweets at the Jacques Torres chocolate factory and then walk it all off at the recently re-constructed Brooklyn Bridge Park
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    Hell's Kitchen Food Tour and Central Park Stroll

    Make your way to midtown Manhattan to meet your expert guide and head off to explore one of New York City's most bustling and diverse neighborhoods: Hell's Kitchen. You will stop by restaurants to munch on curry puffs, empanadas, and even homemade doughnuts. Sample enough food on this portion of the tour to make a full lunch. Next, walk off those calories by following your guide to Central Park. The greatest urban park in the world holds many intriguing secrets. Go to parts of the park many people don't know about, including a spot that feels as if you're miles and miles from the urban jungle that is New York City. Expect to walk about 3 miles (5 km) in all, at a comfortable pace. The tour ends at Central Park, leaving you free to continue to explore the city on your own.
    Hell's Kitchen Food Tour and Central Park Stroll

    Hell's Kitchen, New York

    • Explore restaurants of Hell's Kitchen where a world of ethnic food choice is available
    • Learn about the history and culture of this Hell's Kitchen as you savor a tasty selection of food
    • Then head to Central Park to learn the secrets of park and visit parts you would have never found on your own
    • Take in the scenic views of the iconic landscape and snap a few beautiful photos you can share with friends and family
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    Cayuga East Treasure Box Wine Tour

    Three wineries. One unforgettable experience. Unless you have an extremely low tolerance, in which case you might not remember anything...but we digress. You'll be touring on the eastside of the Seneca Lake, starting with Bet The Farm Winery and Gourmet Market. There, you'll enjoy a wine tasting paired with artisanal foods, and have the chance to peruse their extensive shop of local wines and other products. Afterwards, you'll head to Long Point Winery, where you'll experience a barrel tasting of Cabernet Sauvignon, before heading to their tasting room for a wine and chocolate pairing. Last, but certainly not least, you'll take a trip to King Ferry Winery, where you may (weather depending) tour the vineyard to learn about grape growing. You'll also enjoy another tasting, this time paired with local cheese. There will be no whining on this tasty tour-just lots of wining!
    Cayuga East Treasure Box Wine Tour

    222 S Cayuga St, Ithaca

    • Visit three different wineries on the eastern shores of Seneca Lake in the Finger Lakes region, including Bet The Farm Winery and Gourmet Market, Long Point Winery, and King Ferry Winery
    • Expand your knowledge of wine during professionally guided tastings and tours
    • Snack on delicious pairings designed to compliment the experience, including chocolate and cheese
    • Learn about the history of Fingers Lake and winemaking in the region from a local guide
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