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Brooklyn Bridge Tour | Sunset Food Tour |New York Food Tour

Brooklyn Bridge Tour captures the beauty of the setting sun over the East River. Meet in Lower Manhattan, as we take a 25-minute walk over the bridge. In Brooklyn it’s the legendary pizza from Grimaldi’s, a thin crust beauty from a coal-fired b

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About Us

Walking Tours Manhattan was started with the idea of combining the best local foods and sightseeing famous buildings and landmarks in Greenwich Village,SoHo, Little Italy, Chinatown, and the Brooklyn Bridge. Discover New York City walking tours where

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SoHo / Little Italy / Chinatown Food Tour

SoHo/Little Italy/Chinatown Food Tour goes through 3 diverse neighborhoods. This tour offers a full meal in 4 delicious, authentic New York shops and restaurants. First we’ll have thin-crust pizza with fresh tomato sauce, then we’ll enter Little

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Custom Group Tours

The Greenwich Village Food Tour, SoHo/Little Italy/Chinatown Food Tour, Brooklyn Bridge Sunset Food Tour, and the Little Italy Food Tour are available for customized private tours, with flexible start times. Call us today: 917-842-4319

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Greenwich Village Food Tour

Join us on the Greenwich Village Food Tour and you’ll taste the real New York experience by having a full-lunch from 4 of the best shops and restaurants in this very popular neighborhood. Lunch starts with cupcakes at Magnolia Bakery made famous f

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Explore the energy of Manhattan on foot.

Discover New York walking tours and you will find the best way to capture the energy that makes NYC one of the most visited cities in the world. We’ll show you the neighborhoods were local residents live; Greenwich Village, SoHo, Little Italy, Chinatown and the Brooklyn Bridge.

You will taste the local foods which make New York one of the top cities for foodies. Visit local shops and restaurants off the beaten path, serving dishes that will impress your taste buds. Iconic dishes each neighborhood is known for like pizza in Little Italy, a New York bagel in Greenwich Village, a black and black cookie in SoHo, dumplings in Chinatown, and premium ice cream in Brooklyn.

All of our New York Walking Tours include sightseeing major landmarks in every neighborhood, you will see Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village, beautiful cast-iron buildings in SoHo, the oldest cheese shop in Little Italy, and Columbus Park in Chinatown.

We will walk at a leisurely pace stopping in these great places to eat, and sight-see along the way, visiting the famous landmark buildings and attractions New York City is known for. All tours are led by a native New Yorker, and licensed by the City of New York.

Brooklyn Bridge Walking Food Tour

Brooklyn Bridge Walking Food Tour

November 21st, 2014

Brooklyn Bridge Walking Food Tour is a great experience when visiting NYC. It combines seeing this famous icon and eating local foods in Brooklyn. The Brooklyn Bridge is the jewel in this neighborhoo[...]

10 Reasons to Take a NY Food Tour

10 Reasons to Take a NY Food Tour

November 20th, 2014

10 Reasons to Take a NY Food Tour there are probably more but 10 covered most reasons. If you're planning your vacation now and New York is one of the options, to help you get in the mood, think of Fr[...]

Visit Greenwich Village NYC

Visit Greenwich Village NYC

November 18th, 2014

Visit Greenwich Village NYC for the best neighborhood. As a native New Yorker I can unequivocally state this is my favorite neighborhood in the City of New York. There are many reasons why I love it, [...]

New York City Walking Tour

New York City Walking Tour

November 17th, 2014

New York City Walking Tour is the best way to see the Big Apple. When visiting New York and staying over night most people tend to stay in the Times Square area, simply because the majority of the cit[...]

The Best Dim Sum in NYC

The Best Dim Sum in NYC

November 12th, 2014

The Best Dim Sum in NYC is found downtown in Chinatown. Those rolling carts of mysterious and delicious dishes pushing through the restaurant’s narrow aisles like cars on narrow crooked streets. Littl[...]

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