The Best of Brooklyn Half-Day Food & Culture Tour

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Food & Culture Tour in New York City

Tour the foods and culture of New York City’s most legendary borough – Brooklyn! Food, culture…fun! For this half-day tour, you will meet your guide and driver in the world-famous Greenwich Village neighborhood, where you’ll board a climate-controlled coach for the Brooklyn food tour.

You’ll experience the unique culture of the borough by tasting a different cuisine in each neighborhood. Some highlights of the food tour are traditional Polish pierogies and kielbasa, New York style, brick oven pizza, an amazing Cuban sandwich and much more!

Your expert guide will share stories, both current and historic, while you get to tour the most legendary borough of New York City. You’ll experience all this and more on the Brooklyn Food and Culture Tour!

You can even end your Brooklyn sightseeing adventure by walking back to Manhattan across the Brooklyn Bridge…or ride back on the coach to the starting point of the tour in Greenwich Village. Either way, we hope the tour will delight your senses and create a lasting memory of your time in New York!

  • Chevron down Inclusions
  • Includes food tastings and an exclusive guided tour of Brooklyn’s incredible history, culture and culinary delights.

  • Chevron down Not included
  • Alcohol and soft drinks are not included but are available for purchase at some of the restaurants. Additionally, gratuities for your tour guide and driver, although not required, are always appreciated.

  • Chevron down Meeting Location
  • You will meet outside in front of Le Pain Quotidien Bakery & Restaurant, located at the Northeast corner of 6th Avenue and Bleeker Street (Greenwich Village, NY). Please note that this meeting location is in MANHATTAN, NOT IN BROOKLYN. (Exact meeting location details will be provided immediately upon purchase of tickets).

  • Chevron down The neighborhoods on the tour may include, among others:
  • Old Williamsburg: We take a drive through the Ultra Orthodox Hasidic Jewish area where time seems to stand still.

    New Williamsburg: This rapidly-changing home to the “Brooklyn Hipster” is a thriving art community with a dazzling array of shops, restaurants and night spots!

    Greenpoint: Home to one of the largest Polish populations in the United States, you’ll see a mix of old and new businesses on Manhattan Avenue, which resembles a main street in “small-town” America. Greenpoint’s refreshing feel makes exploring the neighborhood and its culinary delights a real pleasure.

    Gowanus: This neighborhood is developing restaurants, art spaces and music venues around its infamous canal. Industrial warehouses and modest row houses stand side by side with excellent culinary and entertainment options.

    Carroll Gardens: This Italian immigrant neighborhood of hip bars, boutiques, and restaurants has never lost touch with the past. Garden-fronted brownstones mix with Italian eateries and shops on Smith and Court Streets.

    DUMBO: Converted industrial warehouses and vintage loft spaces dominate this arts-oriented neighborhood where you’ll visit Brooklyn Bridge Park for an excellent view of Manhattan’s famous skyline.