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Best of Brooklyn Half-Day Food and Culture Tour

Highlights
  • Seamless, round-trip transportation between Manhattan and Brooklyn
  • Taste Brooklyn’s iconic dishes, from pizza to pierogi, on a half-day tour
  • Travel between Brooklyn neighborhoods on a climate-controlled bus
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Best of Brooklyn Half-Day Food and Culture Tour
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Overview

On this half-day Brooklyn food and culture tour, you get to see and taste your way through all of Brooklyn’s character-filled neighborhoods, without having to worry about navigating the subway or finding the right restaurants. Get a taste of pizza, pierogi, cannoli, chocolate, and more of what makes Brooklyn's food noteworthy. A climate-controlled bus takes your small group to numerous stops—and generous tastes.

What to Expect

Meet your guide in Manhattan West Village, and come hungry as this half-day tour begins before lunch. Board a climate-controlled bus with your small group and head across the Williamsburg Bridge.

Your first stop is Williamsburg, home to trendsetters as well as Hasidic Jewish and Italian communities. Indulge in a classic slice of Neapolitan-style pizza while your guide shares stories about the area’s history.

Then, head to nearby Greenpoint, a hub for New York’s Polish community, where you try traditional kielbasa and pierogi.

Head deeper into the borough and see more Brooklyn sights—including Prospect Park and the brownstones of Park Slope—as you go.

From there, it’s onwards to Carroll Gardens for more Italian and to DUMBO for a treat at Jacques Torres Chocolate.

Finally, admire impressive waterfront views of the Manhattan skyline. Capture the moment in photos before the bus brings you back to the West Village, where the tour ends.

Reviews (550)
1 - 5 of 37 reviews
Reviewed 4 days ago
Lives Up to the Claim of the Best Food Tour in NYC

WARNING: This food tour will ruin all other food tours for you. It's not the usual, walk around a small neighborhood and sample some local cuisine. It's a 5 hour bus tour around a borough of 3.1 million people. Pizza, Meatballs, Falafel, a full polish...More

Thank Joshua B
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Enjoyable

I have done a lot of food tours throughout the world but this by far was the most informative, well organized and professional one I have ever done. Food was lovely and there was plenty of it. The talk and the drive through Brooklyn was...More

Thank Jennifer D
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Informative tour

The tour was well organized and quite informative re the neighbourhoods of Brooklyn. Lori was an energetic and knowledgeable tour guide who worked hard to make the tour enjoyable for all. The bus was very comfortable with a skilled driver.

Thank Maps529828
Reviewed 1 week ago
Brooklyn in a nutshell

Fantastic afternoon of food and culture finished off with a walk back across the Brooklyn bridge. Lovely coffee at the Cornelia too!

Thank David M
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Best of Brooklyn Half-Day Food and Culture Tour

We enjoyed this tour very much. The bus was very comfortable and our guide pointed out sites along the way. Our tour guide Lori and she was very knowledgeable and courteous to all. She provided us with a history of Brooklyn and key highlights and...More

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Ashley804
11 October 2018|
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Response from Grant H | Reviewed this property |
I don’t believe the bus we rode in was
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Nancy M
29 September 2018|
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Response from Dianne H | Reviewed this property |
Not much at all. Mainly intonandbout if the restaurants and maybe a half block to meet your bus. It’s sorth it. Enjoy.
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Yuqian T
21 August 2018|
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Response from Martha T | Reviewed this property |
There were 23 people on our tour on 8/4/18. I believe the bus holds 24 passengers. ( either 23 or 24 seats, I believe).
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