The Snapshot:
An exclusive history and gastronomy lesson complete with Brooklyn Bridge views, cultural enlightenment, an education on the immigrant experience and delicious & filling foods from around the world.

The Full Description:
Start the tour with a brief drive through, and learn the history of, Greenwich Village. Get great views of the famous Washington Square Park where, in 1961, a 19 year old Bob Dylan strummed his guitar strings for the first time in NYC.

Follow the trail of NYC’s immigrant groups from their beginnings on the Lower East Side of Manhattan and then cross over the Williamsburg Bridge to see where they’ve settled. See gorgeous views of the iconic Brooklyn Bridge. Once in Brooklyn, observe the Hasidic (pious ones) Jewish Population in their cultural enclave and take note of their traditional style of dress.

Learn about the two faces of Williamsburg: One, an orthodox religious community that has survived persecution in Eastern Europe to make a home in Brooklyn, and hear all about North Williamsburg which is encountering an invasion of youthful & artistic hipsters who and are reviving this food focused area.

Taste your way through North Williamsburg, gaining insight into the genesis of the multicultural food revolution that inspired the world-famous Smorgasburg at two favorite neighborhood eateries, featuring the best Hipster and Middle Eastern Streetfood.

Explore Greenpoint, featuring one of largest Polish populations in the United States, and enjoy a sit down meal (or a ‘King’s Feast’) at favorite neighborhood eatery, with the best kielbasa sausage, pierogies and more.

Next up, take a scenic drive past the beautiful Prospect Park and trendy Park Slope, arriving at our favorite Brooklyn Pizza place. Watch your Pizzaiolo prepare and bake delicious brick oven Neapolitan Pizza. Finish off the Italian tasting portion of the tour with a Cannoli in the Carroll Gardens neighborhood.

Explore DUMBO and learn about why New Yorker’s keep renaming their neighborhoods. Taste chocolate BonBons of your choice from the famous Mr. Chocolate at the Jacques Torres Chocolate Shop. Visit Brooklyn Bridge Park for an excellent view of Manhattan’s famous skyline including amazing views of the Brooklyn Bridge.

Though we will drive to get from one neighborhood to the next, you’ll have time to walk around and take pictures in each area where we stop.

Tour Details
When: Tours are given 7 days.
Time: Tours start at 11:00am
Check tour schedule for dates and times
Duration: Approximately 4.5 hours in length.
Meet: Cornelia Street, between West 4th St and Bleecker St (Greenwich Village, NY)
(Exact meeting location details will be provided immediately upon purchase of tickets.)
Weather: Tours take place rain or shine.
Dress: Wear casual and comfortable shoes and clothing.
Capacity: The tour is limited to 24 people based on bus size and to maximize your experience.
Method of Travel: Bus tour with minimal walking.
Food: 6 very generous food tastings
Included: All food tastings (enough for most people’s lunch) and a bottle of water. Food tastings are subject to change without notice.
Food Subs: Please let us know about any food restrictions when purchasing your tickets. We will do our best to accommodate your specific needs.
Tipping: Tour guide gratuities are NOT INCLUDED in the price of the tour. Gratuities are gratefully accepted if you had a wonderful experience.Cost: $125

Tastings served from 6 establishments
Tastings may change. Visits based on availability.

Millennial Meatballs
(North Willamsburg)

Falafel Balls w/ Tahini Sauce
(North Williamsburg)

-Krolewski Jadlo-
Family-style Polish selections

-TABLE 87-
Coal-fired N.Y. Style Pizza
Coal-fired N.Y. Style Pizza
(Brooklyn Heights)

(Carroll Gardens)

Chocolate Bonbons

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