New York City is too big to conquer for food lovers. In just one street, let along one borough, foodies could enjoy every single taste offered to them. The food shown in every neighborhood is an overdose of the taste buds. Yet, it is impossible to not go to multiple food tours along the boroughs, meaning you should stay put for a week. Here are some of the best food tours in NYC.
- Foods of New York – For almost 20 years, this tour has given plenty of visitors a sampling of the Big Apple’s markets in many ways. People can either go through Greenwich Village, Chelsea Market, and SoHo.
- Chinatown Food and Walking Tour – At Manhattan’s southern end, go to the center of great Chinese, Vietnamese, and Thai restaurants, while also heading to the island’s oldest area, the Fraunces Tavern Historic District.
- Pizza Walking Tour – In the area’s Little Italy and Greenwich Village, visitors can try a slice of their best pizza parlors.
- Harlem Historical Food Tour – In the historical neighborhood full of jazz and vibrant culture, walk along to spots inspired by natural soul food, Afro-Caribbean, and African cafes and bakeries.
- NYC Guided Prohibition Cocktail Tour – What about a night tour to some of the best bars in Manhattan? Following a style similar to when Prohibition was in and people went into speakeasies for some booze, visitors will play the part, dress a little bit formal, and go into some of the old-style saloons to try some of the creative drinks made today as it was back then.
- Half-Day Food & Culture – Brooklyn is rising in terms of culinary for its diversity along every other block. Via bus, the tour leads visitors through every area in Brooklyn, where you can enjoy Polish sausage, a local chocolate manufacturer, Mexican tacos, and a brewery.
- A Boozy Brooklyn Tour –Every Sunday, Brooklyn’s Brewer’s Row opens its doors for freshly made beer while visitors can also look at the rest of Bedford Avenue, including BBQ, ice cream, and a flea market.
- A Slice of Brooklyn – Italians in Brooklyn may have something to say about their pizza compared to Little Italy in Manhattan. Drive around the island going to each pizzeria while enjoying the sights of Brooklyn in one sitting.
- Athens Next Door Greek Food Tour – Go Greek in Astoria right across the river from the other boroughs. This includes their daily food trucks filled with Greek gyros, feta, and baklava among other great tastes.
- Queens Food Tour – It’s not just Manhattan and Brooklyn. Queens has its own diverse background and full of hidden eateries to give itself distinctiveness in its streets when it comes to each type of food sold here.
And, there is a whole lot more than those listed. New York City is a party place with everything a person would want when abroad to relax. For the foodies, NYC is no different than any other city that prides itself on culinary attractions.