SusanSez NYC Walkabouts

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    Astoria Walking Tour

    Have you always wanted to explore areas other than Manhattan and the tip of Brooklyn? With SusanSez, you will traverse one of Queen’s most culturally diverse neighborhoods, and get to eat your way through it too. Inside historic Astoria, you’ll pay homage to the living monument of its immigrant population, both past and present, as you explore ethnic restaurants and food stores, film sites, Revolutionary War sites, NYC’s largest department store, and a hookah bar. You will also get to experience some of the diverse cuisine that makes this area so unique (home to Greeks, Germans, Italians, Czechs, Middle Easterners, South Americans, East Asians, and more). In eighty minutes, you’ll honor the area in the best way possible -- through your eyes and stomach!
    Astoria Walking Tour

    Astoria, Queens

    • Learn the history of Astoria, Queens, which is currently home to cultures from all over the world
    • Enjoy a walk through some of Astoria’s claims to fame, including a Revolutionary War site and NYC’s largest “department store”
    • Visit and eat your way through the area’s diverse establishments to immerse yourself in its culture
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    Arthur Avenue Walkabout

    Little Italy’s on Mulberry, right? Actually, the real Little Italy stands along Arthur Avenue in Belmont, an area in west Bronx. On this SusanSez NYC Walkabout, you’ll transport into ‘40s, ‘50s, and ‘60s culture, embracing the mom-and-pop shops along Belmont’s Arthur Avenue, and taste-test Italian specialties like bureks, crusty bread, olives, cheese, pizza, and more. During your exploration, you’ll visit the mesmerizing Arthur Avenue Retail Market, classic food shops, and even the street corners where Dion and The Belmonts sang acapella before they made it big. In an area laced with history and good eats, you’ll want to explore your Italian side more and more. Grab a cannoli or four for this walkabout!
    Arthur Avenue Walkabout

    Grand Central Terminal, New York

    • Learn the rich, Italian history of Belmont, Bronx -- the “real” Little Italy
    • Explore the area’s famous sites, from legendary Piccarilli’s stone cuts to delicious mom and pop specialty food shops, and the street corners frequented by Dion and The Belmonts
    • Indulge in delicious food as you learn about this historic and culturally-rich neighborhood in the Bronx
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    3 positive reviews
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    NYC Chocolate Walkabout

    Satisfy your sweet tooth and spend a day sampling your favorite chocolate confections. Whether you’re an aficionado or simply indulging your chocolate cravings, this tour will take your taste buds on a scrumptious ride through NYC. As you wind your way through the city, you’ll learn how to taste, purchase, and store high quality chocolates, as well as, pair each with premium wines. Is your mouth watering, yet? Then, you’ll get the scoop on New York’s thriving chocolate scene, and taste chocolate infusions, liquid chocolate, bonbons, truffles, and chocolate laced with spices and herbs. Do you love chocolate? Hope so, because it’s calling your name.
    NYC Chocolate Walkabout

    207 E 13th St, New York

    • Learn how to taste, purchase, and store high quality chocolates
    • Explore NYC’s chocolate scene, as you taste chocolate infusions, liquid chocolate, bonbons, truffles, and organic chocolate
    • Discover the many health benefits of chocolate
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    2 positive reviews
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    International Food Tour of Astoria, Queens

    Here’s some food for thought: The only way to really understand a culture is through its cuisine. Eat your way into the heart of Astoria during this international food tour, and you’ll get a bellyfull of enlightenment. Walk aromatic streets known for their Greek, Italian, German, Middle Eastern, South American, and Southeast Asian cultures. Stop in at various cafes and eateries along the way for delicious bites. Baklava, Columbian sweet bread, and Greek spanakopita are just a sample of the dishes you’ll be invited to try. As you thoughtfully munch, top off the experience with historical insights delivered by a fellow foodie and knowledgeable host. Bring an appetite for learning! And eating!
    International Food Tour of Astoria, Queens

    Don Coqui, 28-18 31st St, Astoria

    • Explore the diverse makeup of Astoria during a walking tour
    • Visit various eateries for samples of gourmet ethnic cuisine
    • Enjoy insights into local cultures and Astoria’s history
    • Fill your stomach and your mind during a satisfying stroll
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    Farm to Fork Tour

    Do you love food? Of course you do! Come take a tour to see and taste some of the healthiest, freshest, and cleanest food that New York City has to offer. You’ll see the ever-changing East Village and enjoy incredibly fresh food regardless of preferences. The tour will work its way to Alphabet City, which is now home to some of the most fabulous food, bookshops, designer clothing stores, and community gardens. Then, you'll meet the farmers themselves and taste the freshest veggies and fruits available at the Tompkins’ Square Farmer’s Market. Learn the history of Peter Stuyvesant’s Bowery and enjoy warm French crêpes as they melt in your mouth. Expect only the best quality and healthiest foods in a tour that makes you feel like the food went straight from the farm to your fork.
    Farm to Fork Tour

    207 E 13th St, New York

    • Tour NYC for the freshest and most delicious farm to fork products the city has to offer
    • Wander through the shops that New York City chefs go to for the best ingredients
    • Explore a community garden while sipping the sweet honey from local beekeepers
    • End the day feeling like you know the best places in the city to find fresh food
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    2 positive reviews
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    Pushcarts to Funky Swank - LES Walkabout

    Over the years, NYC’s Lower East Side (LES) has transformed from grungy neighborhood to trendy locale. Undergoing massive overhaul, it currently houses some of NYC’s finest restaurants, boutiques, and nightclubs. SusanSez NYC Walkabouts wants you to see the real LES -- the LES immigrants encountered upon entering America, and eventually embraced and made their own. Originating as farm-laden streets that turned into immigrant haven, and now transformed into a fashionable sector, you’ll enjoy everything from old temples to delicious delis, markets, and boutiques. NYC’s historic Lower East Side holds it all.
    Pushcarts to Funky Swank - LES Walkabout

    Seward Park, New York

    • Explore the Lower East Side of Manhattan, the way it was as a gateway for generations of immigrants
    • Indulge in this neighborhood’s historic and trendy scenes such as temples, restaurants, and boutiques
    • Learn the neighborhood’s rich history as you taste test doughnuts, penny candy, farmstead cheese & dumplings
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    Evolution of a Neighborhood: Tour of the East Village

    NYC neighborhoods are always evolving; it's part of what makes the city so fascinating. Manhattan's East Village is a perfect example of this evolution; from German/Irish immigrant communities, to wealthy landowners, to trend-setting hipsters, the East Village has seen a lot of change. On this tour you will experience the diversity in history, culture, and of course, cuisine of the East Village! As you make your way through this ever-changing enclave you will see many offbeat surprises including “the healthiest block in NYC”, little Japan, a Yiddish theatre that later was known as a famous punk rock scene, neighborhood gardens, the memorial to the Slocum Disaster, and more. You will get to taste amazing food along the way including traditional fare as well as the newest trends. Bring your appetite and your walking shoes for this food and history filled walking tour.
    Evolution of a Neighborhood: Tour of the East Village

    207 E 13th St, New York

    • Explore the diverse history, culture, and cuisine of the East Village neighborhood
    • Learn all about the different groups and peoples who have inhabited the area, as well as the historical reasonings for their arrival and departures
    • See the diverse pockets of culture that exist today and get to the know the areas ins and outs
    • Taste delicious samples along the way from traditional fare, new trends, international cuisine, and farm fresh goods
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    2 positive reviews

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