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Immigrant New York: Lower East Side, Chinatown & Little Italy Food Tour

88 Essex St New York, NY 10002
800-717-9981  
Immigrant New York: Lower East Side, Chinatown & Little Italy Food Tour
Detail Duration: 3 hours
Detail It lasts approximately 3 hours.
Detail Appropriate for All Ages
Detail Handicap Accessible
Detail Both Cameras and Video Cameras are Permitted
Immigrant New York: Lower East Side, Chinatown & Little Italy Food Tour Schedule Schedule
Immigrant New York: Lower East Side, Chinatown & Little Italy Food Tour
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Immigrant New York: Lower East Side, Chinatown & Little Italy Food Tour Photos (12)
A hand is holding a slice of cheese pizza with tomato sauce and basil on a paper plateA hand is holding a slice of cheese pizza with tomato sauce and basil on a paper plateA hand is holding a slice of cheese pizza with tomato sauce and basil on a paper plateA hand is holding a slice of cheese pizza with tomato sauce and basil on a paper plate

Are you ready to explore the rich cultural history and diverse cuisine of New York? Join the Immigrant New York Lower East Side, Chinatown, and Little Italy Food Tour for an unforgettable journey through some of the city's most vibrant neighborhoods.

Over the course of three hours, you'll walk through the Lower East Side, Chinatown, and Little Italy with an expert guide who will introduce you to the stories, sights, and flavors that make each of these neighborhoods unique. Along the way, you'll visit some of the best food purveyors in the city, where you'll sample everything from freshly baked bagels to dim sum to cannoli.

The tour begins on the Lower East Side, where you'll learn about the waves of immigration that have shaped this neighborhood and see iconic sites like the Eldridge Street Synagogue and the Tenement Museum. From there, you'll make your way to Chinatown, where you'll be immersed in the bustling streets and experience the traditional flavors of this vibrant community.

Next, you'll head to Little Italy, where the aroma of freshly cooked pasta and pizza wafts through the air. You'll discover the rich Italian heritage of this neighborhood, indulge in classic Italian pastries, and enjoy the lively atmosphere of Mulberry Street.

Throughout the tour, your guide will provide fascinating historical insights and cultural context for each neighborhood. You'll learn about the unique challenges and triumphs of the immigrant experience in New York and gain a deeper appreciation for the diversity that makes this city so special.

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 Stop at  Chinatown Neighborhood in New York, NY
Enjoy authentic culinary experiences in Chinatown, where a wide array of dining options cater to every taste.
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 Stop at  Economy Candy
Step into a sweet wonderland at Economy Candy, New York City's oldest candy store. Spanning from classic vintage confectionery to exotic international sweets, this nostalgic Lower East Side gem presents a sight to behold. Discover delights from your childhood, rare sugary finds and a rainbow of candies that promise to tantalize your palate. This is not just a place to shop but a thrilling escapade through a universe of sweetness.
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 Stop at  Essex Street Market
Experience the hustle and bustle of New York City at the historic Essex Street Market. This vibrant marketplace is your portal to global flavors, featuring fresh produce, unique spices or specialty foods from around the world. From mouthwatering food tastings to artisan craft stands, every visit is a journey of discovery. Immerse yourself in this captivating, spirited setting in the heart of the city!
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 Stop at  Ferrara Bakery & Cafe
Immerse yourself in the timeless charm of Ferrara Bakery & Cafe in New York City. Established in 1892, this bakery is an emblem of Italian sweet traditions, tempting patrons with heavenly cannoli, torpedo-shaped sfogliatelle, and divine gelato. Bask in the nostalgic ambiance while savoring authentic Italian pastries, a perfect sweet escapade in the heart of Little Italy.
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 Stop at  Kossar's Bagels & Bialys
Immerse yourself in the quintessential New York food culture at Kossar's Bagels & Bialys, a Lower East Side legend since 1936. This historic hub tantalizes taste buds with the world's finest hand-rolled bagels and bialys. A visit to Kossar's is more than just a meal; it's a flavorful journey through the city's rich culinary heritage.
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 Stop at  Mille Nonne Italian Restaurant
Feast your senses at Mille Nonne, a hidden gem in the heart of New York City. This Italian restaurant serves up authentic, old-world recipes passed down through generations. Savor the depth of flavors in their house-made pasta, succulent meats, and mouthwatering desserts. Mille Nonne is more than just a meal – it's a culinary journey steeped in traditional Italian warmth and hospitality.
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 Stop at  Nolita Pizza
Indulge in the ultimate pizza experience at NoLita Pizza in New York City. Savor the artistry of handcrafted pies with toppings from classic to innovative in the heart of the fashionable NoLita neighborhood. This hip, buzzing hub sets the scene for not just a meal, but a memorable immersion into the vibrant taste and trendy vibe of the Big Apple.
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 Stop at  Yonah Schimmel's Knish Bakery
Steeped in over 100 years of history, Yonah Schimmel's Knish Bakery is a true New York City culinary institution. This vintage gem nestled in the heart of Lower Manhattan invites you into a warm, aromatic world filled with hearty, handmade knishes. Experience the ultimate comfort food journey, embracing traditional Jewish tastes in an ambience that exudes old-world charm. Undoubtedly, a visit to Yonah Schimmel's is like stepping into a delicious slice of bygone New York.

As the tour comes to a close, you'll have a full stomach and a newfound appreciation for the rich cultural heritage of New York's Lower East Side, Chinatown, and Little Italy. Don't miss this opportunity to experience the best food and history that these neighborhoods have to offer. Book your Immigrant New York Lower East Side, Chinatown, and Little Italy Food Tour today!

Frequently Asked Questions for Immigrant New York: Lower East Side, Chinatown & Little Italy Food Tour:
  • What methods of transportation does the Immigrant New York: Lower East Side, Chinatown & Little Italy Food Tour use?
    This is a walking tour.
  • Approximately how long does the Immigrant New York: Lower East Side, Chinatown & Little Italy Food Tour last?
    It lasts approximately 3 hours.
  • For what ages is the tour appropriate?
    Great for all ages.
  • What type of dress & footwear are recommended?
    Wear comfortable shoes.
  • Is photography / video recording allowed on the Immigrant New York: Lower East Side, Chinatown & Little Italy Food Tour?
    Yes.
  • Is the Immigrant New York: Lower East Side, Chinatown & Little Italy Food Tour handicap accessible?
    Yes.

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