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From Italian to Middle Eastern, New American to everything artisan, this NYC food tour shows you the best bites Brooklyn has to offer, from the people who make cuisine an art form. Sample breads, cheeses, pastries and more to nibble at the rich palette that is the New York food scene, and do it all with a local by your side to give you the lowdown on why this city is just so darn tasty.
Discover why Brooklyn is now the center of the NYC food scene.
Visit family-owned food stores to get the local lowdown on food in Brooklyn.
Stroll down the beautiful tree-lined streets of Brooklyn with a local.
Explore the many faces of Brooklyn cuisine, from New American to Italian, the Middle East and beyond!
Local English speaking guide; Food tastings; Tour map of the neighborhood.
Hotel pick-up and drop-off; Additional food and beverages; Souvenirs and items of a personal nature; Gratuities for your local guide.
Hours of operation
Available: Saturdays; Start time at 12:00pm.
Approximately 3 hours.
Meeting Point: Stinky Bklyn – 215 Smith St. Brooklyn, NY 11201.
Ending Point: Brooklyn Farmacy – 513 Henry St. Brooklyn, NY 11231.
Discover the delicious mom-and-pop shops and restaurants of Brooklyn to experience how food is the engine of our local ecosystem. Brooklyn's Smith and Court Streets and surrounding neighborhoods have a vibrant mix of small, locally-owned, artisanal food shops unlike almost any other neighborhood in America. On this Brooklyn tour you will find out how these unique spots came to be, and with a local guide you’ll discover just what it is that makes them special.
We’ll visit both old school haunts and new culinary entrepreneurs to experience an exciting menu of both traditional flavors and daring dishes. We'll stop into Italian and Middle Eastern shops that have long been the staple of the neighborhood, and explore the growing scene of cafes and restaurants specializing in New American cuisine. While we enjoy their delicacies, we'll learn about the neighborhood's rich history and changing character from the local business owners and residents themselves.
From artisan cheese and bread shops, Italian pastry stores, cafes with coffee roasters, the oldest Middle Eastern bakery in NYC, and a modern soda fountain, this NYC food tour couldn’t get more unique if it tried. The shops and food in this area have been featured in press and TV all around the world, from Australia to France, and is by consensus the best food neighborhood in NYC. So definitely come hungry!
Dress standard: Casual. Wear comfortable clothes and walking shoes.
Children below the age of 6 are not permitted on this tour.
Complete information, including local telephone numbers at your destination, will be included on your Confirmation Voucher.
**All information requested must be supplied or booking is subject to automatic cancellation**