Chinatown and Little Italy Food Fest
30 Mott St New York City, New York 10013
The walking tour of these two neighborhoods will take visitors on a gastronomic journey through the streets of these iconic and colorful locales. With a knowledgeable and experienced guide leading the way, guests will explore the culinary delights of the community and experience the true essence of the food culture of New York.
The activity will require guests to wear comfortable walking shoes as they traverse through these neighborhoods with their guide. Throughout the tour, visitors will learn about the history of these areas, the unique traditions that make each block and building different, and how the food on your plate tells the story of the community.
Guests will have the opportunity to sample and indulge in some of the best food in the city, with the walking tour making stops at some of the most famous and revered establishments in Chinatown and Little Italy. You'll be able to indulge in sweet cannolis, tasty dumplings, tangy marinara sauce, crispy shrimp chips, and so much more.
The walking tour lasts approximately two hours, with guests covering approximately 1.5 miles. This is a perfect opportunity for food lovers who want to experience an authentic culinary experience that is difficult to replicate anywhere else in the world.
Chinatown and Little Italy are two iconic neighborhoods that embody the melting pot of cultures that make New York City so unique. The tour will take visitors through some of the most historic and colorful streets in the city, where tourists will experience a vibrant and bustling community that is full of life and energy.
In conclusion, the Chinatown and Little Italy Food Fest is an experience that combines the best elements of food, culture, and history in New York City. This is an excursion that will tantalize your tastebuds, expand your palette, and broaden your horizons as you learn and indulge in the unique traditions of these two neighborhoods. If you're a food lover or simply want to experience the cultural richness of these communities, be sure to put the Chinatown and Little Italy Food Fest at the top of your must-do list.
|Available 12/10/2023 until 11/30/2024 View Detailed Schedule|
|Morning Tours : Explore the tastes and history of two ethnic NYC neighborhoods, Chinatown and Little Italy.|