Includes food tastings and an exclusive guided walking tour of Brooklyn's incredible history, culture and culinary delights.
Travel guidebook Lonely Planet named Brooklyn as one of the top destinations in its "Blue List," annual worldwide best-of guide.
What better way to explore the ethnic diversity of New York City than this exclusive History and Gastronomy lesson in this varied international culinary tour of Brooklyn. Take a trip back in time and around the world and see a part of New York City you probably didn't even know existed! It's truly amazing how many people visit New York City and have never seem Brooklyn.
Start your 4.5 hr. 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 for the first time in NYC.
Unlike other tours, your journey with an experienced, knowledgeable native New Yorker will show you the most fascinating areas in New York City. Begin in the historic West Village, the past and present home to some of the City's most influential residents, and then venture across the Williamsburg Bridge to Brooklyn, where the main portion of your tour will take place.
Though we will drive to get from one neighborhood to the next, you'll have plenty of time to walk around and take pictures in each area where we stop.
Note: food tastings are subject to change without notice.
Cost: $125.00 per ticket
Please let us know about any food restrictions when purchasing your tickets. We will do our best to accommodate your specific needs
What Is Not Included?
Gratuities for your tour guide, although not required, are always appreciated.
Cornelia Street, between West 4th St and Bleecker St (Greenwich Village, NY)
(Exact meeting location details will be provided immediately upon purchase of tickets.)