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Food & Culture Walking Tour

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Food and Culture Walking Tour
-North of Little Italy-

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New York City's Best Nolita/NoHo Food Tour
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* Tour Description *

The Snapshot:
Godfather, graffiti & good eats in this attractive industrial-chic neighborhood filled with Little Italy's secrets, mafia stories & mouthwatering bites
The Full Description:

Tour the cozy corners of New York City's Nolita (the area North of Little Italy) where old-world charm meets a youthful downtown vibe. Taste mouthwatering eats from undiscovered spots that specialize in traditional recipes and century-old techniques.

Walk the same streets as John Gotti and Martin Scorsese while visiting sites made famous by The Godfather. Learn about the colorful history of The Bowery (the original theatre district) and explore its dark and seedy past. Formerly known for flophouses, Skid Row bums and the legendary CBGB's music venue, this area has transformed into a mecca for posh hotels and delectable dining.

Get a glimpse of the cast-iron facades and cobblestone streets of NoHo (North of Houston St. in the East Village) while continuing to taste from restaurants off the beaten track. Examine the origins of NYC's water towers, fire escapes, and hallow sidewalks.

Taste Roman style pizza, Brooklyn blackout cake, authentic Mexican street food and more. Between the bespoke boutique stores, cute cafes and remarkable restaurants, you'll want to move in... and never move out.

* Tour Details *

When: Tours are given Thursday-Monday year round.
Start Times: Monday, Thursday and Friday — 11:45am
Saturday — 10:45am and 11:15am
Sunday — 10:45am
Check tour schedule for dates and times
Duration: Approximately 3 hours in length.
Meet: Near Mott St. and Prince St.
(Exact location given when tickets are purchased)
Weather: Tours take place rain or shine.
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Dress: Wear casual and comfortable shoes and clothing.
Capacity: 16 people per tour group (1 guide per group).
Food: 6 Tastings: 3 are sidewalk tastings or done inside the establishments while standing, and 3 tastings are done seated in restaurants.
Included: All food tastings (enough for most people's lunch), bottle of water, and our Foods of NY Tours Neighborhood Guide are included. Food Tastings are subject to change without notice.
Food Subs: We CAN provide food substitutions for vegetarians, but unfortunately CANNOT provide food substitutions for any other food allergies (such as gluten-free or dairy-free). We are sorry for the inconvenience. Our Food Tours have been designed to highlight the best and most distinctive foods from each establishment.
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.
Tipping: Tour guide gratuities are NOT INCLUDED in the price of the tour. Gratuities are accepted if you had a wonderful experience.
Cost: $52 Buy Tickets

Tastings served from all 6 of the establishments listed below
Tastings may change. Visits based on availability.

Brooklyn Blackout Cupcake
Prosciutto, Arugula, Mozzarella & Grana Padano Cheese Brick Oven Pizza
(seated tasting)
Classic French Tartine & Wine Tasting
(seated tasting)
Mexican Toasted Corn with Lime, Cotija cheese & mild spices
(seated tasting 80% of the time)
Fresh House-made Ricotta, Cherry Tomato, Olive Oil & Sea Salt on Multigrain Bread
Housemade Salted-Caramel Gelato
Enough food is served so that, for most people,
lunch afterwards is not needed!