Kick off this booze-themed tour of Midtown Manhattan in the late afternoon at a departure point on West 52nd Street. Over the course of the tour, you’ll fill yourself with tasty drinks at three local bars, plus details about the history of Prohibition in New York.
Make the first stop of the evening at a speakeasy that first got its start during the 1920s, a period when drinking was outlawed in New York and the United States. Though the cocktails today flow freely at this historic spot, the location continues to maintain its secretive appeal. We can’t tell you online where it is: you’ll have to come on the tour to find out!
Continue to another historic Victorian bar, learning more from your guide about the various watering holes that once populated Midtown areas like Times Square, Hell’s Kitchen, and Broadway, one of New York’s most famous streets. During this stop, you’ll also enjoy your drink.
Finish the trip with one final tasting, this time in the setting of a local beer garden. New York might be crowded, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t space to set aside for fun locales like this particular Midtown spot. You’ll finish your trip here, ending your drinking adventure.