Don’t panic! That large yellow light in the sky emanating heat -- is just the sun. Remember him?
It’s been a long winter, but with the help of a Seamless app and someone else’s Netflix account, you survived hibernation. Now the birds are chirping, flowers are blooming, and even the toughest New Yorkers are whistling. It’s time to get outside and enjoy spring.
These food walking tours are the perfect way to reacquaint yourself with the sun while indulging in the best foods that New York City has to offer. You’ll want to thank us -- but hey, don’t talk with your mouth full!
The Meatpacking District is one of New York’s most beautiful neighborhoods. This fact is all the more true when every tree atop The Highline is exploding with blossoms.
At Chelsea Market, sample bites from the best food vendors. Afterwards, take a stroll along the cobblestone streets and head to a neighborhood restaurant to polish off the day with a delicious dinner.Find Out More
Maybe the Meatpacking District is a bit too polished for you -- you prefer something a bit rougher around the edges. The East Village Variety Food Tour is the perfect way to get outside and try some of the city’s best eats without feeling like you just wandered into a tourist trap.
And with Washington Square Park nearby, you can enjoy the warm weather while indulging in one of New York’s best people-watching spots afterwards.Find Out More
The maze of narrow and chaotic streets that make up Chinatown and Little Italy are often intimidating and unknown to both visitors and locals alike. Join a walking tour led by an animated and friendly guide to learn more about these neighborhoods through fascinating historical stories and culinary delights. On this walking food tour, you?ll visit six different locations, while sampling food, culture and history. Enjoy a scrumptious cannoli one minute, and be headed to devour dumplings the next.Find Out More
Get pumped for the upcoming work week with a sugar-filled Sunday afternoon! On this 2.5-hour tour, you?ll experience the delicious side of Chelsea, a quaint neighborhood teeming with locals? favorite spots. From half-pound cookies to the variety of desserts available at Chelsea Market, you?ll sample it all! Your trusty tour guide will let you in on this neighborhood?s interesting and significant culinary past as you take a stroll down the High Line, a public park built on a freight rail line.Find Out More
You want to go outside and experience the beautiful spring weather, but you don’t want to go to another borough. Baby steps, right?
For the Brooklynites still waking up from their winter slumber, this is the perfect way to get some great eats and learn about Brooklyn’s trendiest neighborhood, Williamsburg, without having to hitch a ride to Manhattan.Find Out More
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.Find Out More