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    Bike Rental (1 Hr)

    For the savvy traveler who wants to embark on a self-guided tour of one of the most culturally vibrant locations in the world, I Bike Harlem is for you! You'll rent a bike for 1-hour, giving you the perfect amount of time to get a feel for the neighborhood. As you travel around the neighborhood in convenience and style, you'll learn about the multi-generation evolution of Harlem from upscale African-American community, to cultural epicentre, to ghetto, and finally to its current period of economic renaissance. Visit the Apollo Theatre (prime yourself with James Brown's landmark 1963 live album), the Cotton Club, Marcus Garvey Park, Abyssinian Baptist Church, Sugar Hill, and Strivers Row. I Bike Harlem Tours supports local businesses and landmarks, all while giving you a top-notch education about the area. It's a win-win.
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    Bike Rental (1 Hr)

    242 Lenox Ave, New York

    • Visit one of the most vibrant and culturally significant areas in the world
    • Stop in at landmarks like the Apollo Theatre, the Cotton Club, and Marcus Garvey Park
    • Grab a bite at a local soul food hot spot
    • Learn about the Harlem's development into one of the country's cultural epicentres and heart of the Black Renaissance
    • Support local businesses while learning local history
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    Bike Rental (4 Hr)

    For the savvy traveler who wants to embark on a self-guided tour of one of the most culturally vibrant locations in the world, I Bike Harlem is for you! You'll rent a bike for 4-hours, giving you the perfect amount of time to explore the neighborhood. As you travel around the neighborhood in convenience and style, you'll learn about the multi-generation evolution of Harlem from upscale African-American community, to cultural epicentre, to ghetto, and finally to its current period of economic renaissance. Visit the Apollo Theatre (prime yourself with James Brown's landmark 1963 live album), the Cotton Club, Marcus Garvey Park, Abyssinian Baptist Church, Sugar Hill, and Strivers Row. I Bike Harlem Tours supports local businesses and landmarks, all while giving you a top-notch education about the area. It's a win-win.
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    Bike Rental (4 Hr)

    242 Lenox Ave, New York

    • Visit one of the most vibrant and culturally significant areas in the world
    • Stop in at landmarks like the Apollo Theatre, the Cotton Club, and Marcus Garvey Park
    • Grab a bite at a local soul food hot spot
    • Learn about the Harlem's development into one of the country's cultural epicentres and heart of the Black Renaissance
    • Support local businesses while learning local history
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    Harlem Experience Tour (4 Hr)

    This tour might take you to the Apollo Theatre, but trust us -- it ain't no amateur hour. You'll be in the care of utmost professionals on this bike ride of Harlem, one of the most vibrant and culturally significant neighborhoods in the country! Over the course of the 4 hour tour, you'll cover the multi-generation evolution of Harlem from upscale African-American community, to cultural symbol, to ghetto, and finally to its current period of economic renaissance. The tour visits the aforementioned Apollo Theatre (prime yourself with James Brown's landmark 1963 live album), the Cotton Club, Marcus Garvey Park, Abyssinian Baptist Church, Sugar Hill, and Strivers Row. I Bike Harlem Tours supports local businesses and landmarks, all while giving you a top-notch education about the area. It's a win-win.
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    Harlem Experience Tour (4 Hr)

    242 Lenox Ave, New York

    • Visit one of the most vibrant and culturally significant areas in the world
    • Stop in at landmarks like the Apollo Theatre, the Cotton Club, and Marcus Garvey Park
    • Grab a bite at a local soul food hot spot
    • Learn about the Harlem's development into one of the country's cultural epicentres and heart of the Black Renaissance
    • Support local businesses while learning local history
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    Bonsai Class

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    In this class, you will learn how to make Bonsai, the ancient Japanese art form of miniature trees in containers. This is why Bonsai can be a figurative mirror image of the grower. With an open heart and mind, you can start your own journey of personal growth through the art of bonsai taught by Bonsai Master Julian Velasco. Learn the artistic, philosophical, horticultural, and technical process of designing, planting, and maintaining your very own bonsai. You will develop and take home a sub-tropical bonsai, perfect for your indoor apartment growing! With your teacher's guidance and supervision, you will learn how to prune, shape and maintain bonsai. Bonsai tools will be available for use during the class.
    Bonsai Class

    91 East 3rd Street, New York

    • Learn Bonsai, the Japanese art of growing and training miniature trees in pots
    • Enjoy an art form that will help you connect to nature
    • Strengthen your spirit through this process
    • Embrace an art form beloved by some of the world's greatest artists
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    How to Cook Fish

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    You love to eat fish but are not sure how to prepare and cook it. Moreover, you are not even clear on how to store it. Home Cooking New York is here to help. This class is dedicated to teaching you not only the basics of cooking fish, but on buying, storing, and substituting one fish for another. You'll cover five dishes including:
    • Parchment-Roasted Salmon Fillets with Roasted Beet Coulis
    • Seared Tuna Steak with Orange-Olive-Currant Relish
    • Garlic Shrimp
    • Crispy Tilapia with Lemon-Caper Butter
    • Asian Braised Fish with Bok Choy and Ginger
    If this doesn't make your mouth water, nothing will.
    How to Cook Fish

    158 Grand St, New York

    • Learn about buying, storing, and substituting fish
    • Cook five delicious fish recipes
    • Eat what you cook
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    A Taste of India (Vegan / BYOB)

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    Want to learn the difference between whole spices and ground? Coriander versus cumin? Spice versus spicy? This menu is a spice-lovers dream! The variety of Indian spices and combinations is never-ending. You'll taste and explore the most popular spices and combinations as you create Taste Buds Kitchen's favorite Indian recipes completely from scratch. From toasting and blending spices for Garam Masala and Tofu & Chickpea Tikka Masala to warm and fresh handmade Naan and Veggie Samosas, this vegan menu is sure to please your every tastebud. Grab your friends and enjoy a spice-filled culinary adventure together.
    A Taste of India (Vegan / BYOB)

    109 W 27th St, New York

    • Enter the world of Indian spices and all of the never-ending flavor combinations therein
    • Use whole and ground spices to make your favorite Indian dishes
    • Learn how to roast and prepare your own spice blends with your group
    • Enjoy a delicious, vegan menu that will thrill your taste buds
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    Chinese Takeout

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    Everyone has a favorite Chinese Restaurant on speed dial and one click away on Seamless. Want to learn how to make some of the most popular Chinese Takeout dishes with a TBK twist? Who is this famous General Tso and what makes his chicken so good? Learn how to whip up this super tasty chicken dish, master delicious Chicken and Chive Dumplings with a Sweet and Spicy Dipping Sauce and fry up a classic Veggie Fried Rice. No meal is complete without a custom fortune cookie with a special note for your friends and loved ones and tips & tricks to help you master chopsticks. Leave the take-out menu at home and come join us for a fun night of Chinese favorites!
    Chinese Takeout

    109 W 27th St, New York

    • Learn how to make delicious Chinese food dishes at home
    • Forget take out! You'll be able to do it yourself, from scratch
    • Take home a custom fortune cookie
    • Enjoy delicious food that you cooked yourself!
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    99 positive reviews
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    Inside Chinatown and Little Italy

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    PSA: Little Italy and Chinatown are so much more than delicious pizza and cheap lo mein. Come check it out! The numerous cultural contributions to New York and America made by Chinese and Italian immigrants in the 1800's are legendary and still extremely visible in these vibrant, exciting communities. Explore the rich histories of two very close yet extremely different locations, and take advantage of all the gastronomical, cultural, and architectural sites both neighborhoods have to offer. After all, can you really imagine anything better than walking around lower Manhattan with a cannoli in one hand and a spring roll in the other? Didn't think so.
    Inside Chinatown and Little Italy

    Canal St, New York

    • Adventure on this popular walking tour through two of New York's most diverse and culturally-rich neighborhoods, Chinatown and Little Italy
    • Discover this area's vibrant blend of immigrant history, food and architecture
    • Explore the unique histories, styles of architecture, and culinary scenes of two often overlooked NYC communities
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    Musical Theatre Walking Tour: Act One

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    So much of New York's magic happens on Broadway: glitz, glamour, and plenty of clamor. Experience the legendary sights and sounds of New York's "Great White Way" and uncover the reasons thousands flock to NYC each year to take-in a show. On this tour, discuss the origins of musical theatre and the history of Broadway. From there, it's time to become a Broadway star and learn the infamous show stopping tunes. Sing. Dance. Here's your chance to be surrounded by the lights of Broadway.
    Musical Theatre Walking Tour: Act One

    Times Square, New York

    • Experience the sights, sounds, and history of New York's musical theatre district
    • Enjoy a fun-filled, historical, and memorable walking tour through Times Square
    • Visit famous theaters like The Nederlander, The New Amsterdam, and Shubert Theater
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