Foodie Tour yummy unique food
Come walk the streets and taste the food of this diverse neighborhood "Greenwich Village" with it's Bohemian roots. See and taste where Cappuccino, Flalafel, Artichoke Pizza is introduced to America. Your eyes will feast on the winding tree lined streets while your appetite will be filled with many different ethnic and specialty foods. Walk the Old Italian neighborhood on Bleeker St. with it's many cheese shops and pastry specialties. Eat a rice ball and experience the aroma of a real Italian Cheese store. Discover eateries, and charming neighborhood restaurants. Along with the rich history you learn why "The Village" has been referred to as the culinary and cultural capitol of the world. Greenwich Village is the place to find the best of every cuisine.
On this specialty food tour you buy what you want to eat and are able to share the food. That is why the price of this tour is so reasonable. Price of food is not included in tour price.
Tour normally lasts 2. 5 hour
we will walk the streets as we savor the flavors of his great old neighbourhood.
Eateries on the tour we visit: (you choose if you want to taste the food at each stop).
Faicoos - rice balls
Peanut Butter and Co.
Murray's Cheese Shop
we also might stop at other eateries.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Address or Intersection
End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Address or Intersection
Duration: 2 hours 30 min.
Weather might affect tour length.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
12 usd - You choose what you want to eat. Price of food is not in tour price. I feel that why pay for a food tour that includes food you might not be interested in eating. This way you pay for what you want to sample and you can share the food. It is recommended to bring cash. Some eateries do not accept credit cards and they might have minimum to put on charge card. Tastings range from $1. 00 to $5. 00 per tasting.
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Robin was a kind, enthusiastic, knowledgeable, thoughtful host. She is energetic and clearly presented fascinating information about the neighborhood and it's musical and other historic connections as well as taking us to eat the best falafel we have ever had. And that was just the first stop on the trip! We finally had to cry uncle when we got to the Italian pastry shop choosing to get our cannolis to go. She even made suggestions to us about what we could do once the tour ended.