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Experience a food tour through one of the must culinarily-diverse cities on earth. New York City’s cuisine is as varied as its inhabitants, and a walking tour of the city’s many ethnic neighborhoods will get you out of your comfort zone and into some great eats!
Taste the melting pot! New York City’s cuisine is as diverse as its inhabitants and the smells wafting out of Manhattan’s ethnic restaurants on any given weeknight are enough to tempt even the most staid “meat ‘n’ potatoes” Midwesterner. Food On Foot Tours offers visitors the largest buffet in the world, and that buffet is New York City. Explore the distinct neighborhoods, historic eateries, and traverse the city’s culinary paths by subway (if that has you thinking of sandwiches, you’re in the right place) and on foot. Here’s a look at the scrumptious tours on offer by Food On Foot (see website for up-to-date information at the time of your visit). Pick a tour, let your imagination run wild, and add this to your itinerary for some authentic NYC eats.
International Express: International Express offers you 4.5 hours of multiethnic food in Queens, including stops at famous TV, movie and sports landmarks, and three different dessert stops to satisfy your sweet tooth. This Food On Foot tour meets at Grand Central Terminal’s main concourse.
Midtown Mix: Get away from the gimmicky restaurants of downtown’s tourist hub, and enjoy multiple culinary stops in Midtown Manhattan, including one sweet stop. This Food On Foot tour meets at Penn Station in front of the glass AMTRAK info booth.
East Village Variety: An approximately 3.5 hour tour that includes 6 delicious stops in Manhattan’s East Village.
World Famous Sweet Tooth: A Food On Foot favorite, and rated the #3 Sweetest Attraction in the USA by Trip Advisor, this sugary trek takes you to sweets and specialty shops that will tempt you with cupcakes, pastries, candy and ice cream, making you feel like Charlie fighting temptation in the Chocolate Factory. This tour meets at Penn Station.
NY Over Noodles: One of Food On Foot’s winter offerings that stops at many of the city’s exotic noodle houses (see website for up-to-date tour information at the time of your visit).
Even non-foodies know that in order to experience a culture you MUST experience its cuisine. New York City’s food scene offers everything from the simple delights of hot dogs in Central Park to high-end fusion in ethereal, futuristic venues. Get hip to the NYC food scene and book your trip with Food On Foot Tours!
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To Grand Central Terminal:
By Subway: 4, 5, 6, 7 or S trains to Grand Central
By MTA Bus: M1, M2, M3, M4, M42, M98, M101, M102 or M103
To Penn Station:
By Subway: A, C, E, 1, 2, or 3 trains to 34th St
By MTA Bus: M6, M7, M10, M20 or M34