Discover the Real New York!
Since 1999 Foods of New York Tours has been giving food tasting and cultural walking tours through New York City's most delicious and historic neighborhoods. We provide a "non-touristy" experience so you feel like a native New Yorker! Each tour includes food tastings from the best specialty food shops, ethnic eateries, and local restaurants, as well as an "off-the-beaten-path" glimpse of life in NYC - the history, culture, architecture, and entertainment offerings.
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A tasting journey through the W. Village
Discover the food, history and culture of the old Italian section of Greenwich Village. Taste delicious specialties from seven of our favorite "mom and pop" food establishments. Venture off the beaten path, through the winding, tree-lined streets of this picturesque neighborhood. Additional Original Greenwich Village Food & Culture Walking Tour Information >>
Explore NYC's Historic Food Market
Explore NYC's urban indoor food market - birthplace of the Oreo Cookie! Learn about the history of Chelsea Market and find out how it became the ultimate indoor food paradise (while tasting your way through). Also walk on the new High Line Walkway & visit the trendy Meatpacking District. Additional Chelsea Market and The Meatpacking District Food & Culture Walking Tour Information >>
Charming Streets and Downtown Eats
Weave through the cozy corners of Nolita and NoHo where old-world charm meets a youthful downtown vibe. Taste mouthwatering eats - Roman-style pizza, a Brooklyn blackout cupcake, authentic Mexican street food - from undiscovered spots that specialize in century-old techniques. Additional Nolita/NoHo Food & Culture Walking Tour Information >>
Fun & funky streets & off-the-radar eats
Taste your way through the Heart of The Village and discover its rich counter-cultural history. Hear stories and see sights of the famous beatniks (Jack Kerouac), Comedians (Bill Cosby, Jerry Seinfeld), and Musicians (Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix) who got their start on these streets. Additional Heart of The Village Food & Culture Walking Tour Information >>
The Best Dumplings & Peking Duck!
**NEW: Evening Tour Thurs**
Join us and discover the delicious cuisine, history, and culture of New York City's Chinatown. Your Foods of New York Tour guide will lead you though this diverse neighborhood while tasting delicious foods (Dim Sum & Peking Duck!) that makes this area of New York City so unique. Additional Chinatown Food & Culture Walking Tour Information >>
A trip to Brooklyn & around the world
(Operated by NEW YORK FUN TOURS)
Brooklyn is HOT. What better way to explore the ethnic diversity of NYC than with this exclusive culinary tour of Brooklyn. Observe amazing Brooklyn Bridge views, gain cultural enlightenment and an education on the immigrant experience all while tasting delicious & filling foods from around the world. Additional The Best of Brooklyn Half-Day Food & Culture Tour Information >>
All the food.
Just your friends.
Want to spice up your next event? Plan your next work outing,
birthday party, or travel excursion with Foods of NY Tours!
It's easy. We do all the prep work. You come hungry! Join us
for a day filled with NYC architecture, history, food and, of course, memories!
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A Feast with Food & Wine
Perfect for Groups of 8-16 people
Meet Chef Raffaele, Owner & Executive Chef of the highly rated Rafele Ristorante in Greenwich Village. Join this behind-the-scenes class and learn to cook a 4-course Italian feast! Assist in prepping, then sit down to enjoy the dish you prepared and more. Wine Tastings Optional. Additional Hands on Cooking Demonstration & Dinner with Chef Raffaele Information >>
plural noun: food tours
- a unique and memorable food tasting experience through delicious, historic, and off-the-beaten-path neighborhoods, while walking with a guide; for locals & visitors.
- a food and cultural journey, taken for pleasure, visiting places of interest while tasting foods along a specific route.
ANTONYMS: hungry, confused, lost.
ORIGIN: began with first bite of falafel, MacDougal St., 1977. shared with world, 1999.
SOURCE: Foods of NY Tours, LLC.