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Tour the tree-lined streets of NYC's historic West Village. Seek out classic "mom and pop" specialty food shops and charming neighborhood restaurants.
Learn about the history, culture, architecture, and entertainment offerings that makes Greenwich Village so unique from the rest of New York City. Discover delicious food, the old Italian neighborhood, hidden gardens, the narrowest house in NYC, plus much more!
During this tour you will enjoy a variety of food specialties that has secured Greenwich Village's reputation as being one of the greatest culinary and cultural centers of the world. Discover the secrets to having the ultimate food and cultural experience off the beaten path!
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(Exact location given when tickets are purchased)
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- A friendly & knowledgeable Tour Guide
- All food tastings (enough for lunch, for most people)
- One bottle of water
- Our exclusive neighborhood guide (with recommendations for great restaurants, shops & cultural venues with map detailing how to return to all the delicious restaurants and shops on the tour)
- Loads of culinary, cultural & historical anecdotes
There isn't always a "next best" option that meets the special dietary needs of each of our guests. Since we have your health (and palate!) in mind, we truly appreciate your understanding on this issue.
FOOD TASTINGS SERVED
Tastings served from 7 of the establishments listed below
-MURRAY'S CHEESE SHOP-
Cow, Sheep, and Goat Cheese
-FAICCO'S ITALIAN SPECIALTIES-
A Rice Ball (creamy and delectable)
-MILK AND COOKIES BAKERY-
Chocolate Chip Cookie (warm out of the oven)
NY Style (Neapolitan) Thin Crust Pizza
Cauliflower, currents, caramelized onions & pine nuts
-O & CO OLIVE OIL SHOP-
Olive Oil & spreads on Tuscan Bread
Homemade Meatballs & Sauce
Classic Eggplant Rollatini
Fresh Filled Cannoli
Three Cheese Mac & Cheese
lunch afterwards is not needed!