The Best of Brooklyn 2017-12-01T21:57:37+00:00

The Best of Brooklyn

Half-Day Food
and Culture Tour

Bus Tour

Explore the must-see borough of Brooklyn by bus! Food, Culture… Fun!

Brooklyn is big! If it was not part of New York City, it would still be the 4th largest city in the USA; it has 43 distinct neighborhoods full of diversity with people from almost every country on Earth. With that comes all of the amazing traditions, history, and mouth-watering food they’ve brought with them. To put it simply, no trip to New York is complete without a stop across the bridge to experience and eat your way through Brooklyn.

Let us take you on a half-day food, history, and cultural journey through 4 unforgettable Brooklyn neighborhoods. You’ll follow the trail of NYC’s immigrant groups and cover a lot of ground as we travel together in a Foods of NY bus. Cross the Williamsburg Bridge, enjoy breathtaking views of the historic Brooklyn Bridge, learn about the Hasidic Jewish population, eat Polish kielbasa and pierogies in Greenpoint, and check out the fresh hipster vibe and street food in North Williamsburg. Six generous tastings await you, including a true New Yorker favorite: pizza, as you explore a borough bursting with cultural and culinary personality.

This tour’s unique features include: bus tour (not a walking tour) and a longer duration than you’ll experience on other tours. Pick up and drop off are in Greenwich Village in Manhattan, but you can choose to finish in Brooklyn and walk back to Manhattan via the Brooklyn Bridge, a quintessential NY activity!

TOURING

7 days

DURATION

4.5hrs

THEME

Multicultural

COST

$125 / per

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Available Dates

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FOOD TASTINGS SERVED

This tour includes 6 generous tastings.
Tastings may change based on availability.

TOUR INFORMATION

Included

All Food Tastings

One Bottle of Water

A Charming Tour Guide

Our Insiders Guide

Details

ALL FOOD INCLUDED

6 (Lunch)

(855) 223-8684

7 days

4.5 Hrs

$125 per

6 (Lunch)

Prefer to Call? (855) 223-8684

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