A Slice of Brooklyn Pizza Tour

A Slice of Brooklyn Bus Tours

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Activity #484
Rating Summary:
Rating: 4.8  663 rating points
# of Reviews Positive
= Overall
% Positive Average
Last 3 months 69 184 0 = 184 100% 4.8
Last 6 months 138 362 2 = 360 99% 4.8
Last 12 months 248 665 2 = 663 99% 4.8
All 2,431 6,691 17 = 6,674 100% 4.9
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A Slice of Brooklyn Pizza Tour

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Visit two of Brooklyn's best pizzerias while on this multimedia bus tour through Coney Island, Keyspan Park, Trump Village and more!

Rating Date Attended Sort Descending Reviewer Gender Age Where From? Group Type?
Rating: 4
Kind of fun
Fri, Oct 17  11:00 AM GregMorrow Female 50-59 International Tourist(s) Other
Loved the movie clips matched to the locations. The view of Manhatten was amazing, as was being at Cony Island. We really feel that we saw as much of Brooklyn as would have been possible in an afternoon. Well done.
Rating: 5
Really Fun Day
Mon, Oct 13  11:00 AM DebbyLou Female 60-69 Domestic Tourist(s) Group of Friends
Paula was an exceptional tour guide. She was so enthusiastic and really filled us in on all the "scoop" about the communities as we passed through them. The pizza was excellent - I liked the margarita style best. The ice cream at our second stop looked amazing but I was too full. I would recommend getting the pizza to go and eat the ice cream! Coney Island was really amazing. BUT the highlight had to be the Brooklyn Bridge. So beautiful and majestic. Wonderful day. And the fact that Paula never seemed to tire of taking pictures was a big plus. Definitely recommend this tour.
Rating: 5
Great guide.
Mon, Oct 13  11:00 AM johnmonk Unspecified Unspecified Unspecified Unspecified
Ralph was a great tour guide. She was full of trivia about the Brooklyn sites. A great photographer.
Rating: 5
Mon, Oct 13  11:00 AM Therese9 Female 50-59 International Tourist(s) Other
Great commentary , interesting and upbeat. Great pizza
Rating: 5
Great Day!
Sat, Oct 11  11:00 AM jaschepps Female 20-29 Local Group of Friends
Paula our tour guide was awesome! She was very passionate, knowledgable and engaging. The pizza was delicious and it was a great way to see Brooklyn. I would highly recommend this for both locals and tourists.
Rating: 5
Outstanding in every way
Fri, Oct 10  11:00 AM Sylvia39 Female 70+ Domestic Tourist(s) Unspecified
Second time to take the pizza tour! Enjoyed every part of it. Paula made it a fun and interesting tour.
Rating: 5
Time well spent
Wed, Oct 8  11:00 AM TheBrands Male 50-59 International Tourist(s) Family With Children
The entire family enjoyed the informative tour of areas that would be hard to discover on our own and the pizza was fantastic!
Rating: 5
Excellent tour
Wed, Oct 8  11:00 AM JohnFalcone Male 70+ Domestic Tourist(s) Unspecified
Very interesting, Never realized there was so much to see in Brooklyn.
Rating: 4
Brooklyn trip
Wed, Oct 8  11:00 AM Philhaselden Male 50-59 International Tourist(s) Family Without Children
We had a fantastic time. Tony was very informative. Shame so much work on improvements going on. But will be great when finished. Will just have to go back.
Rating: 5
Great Pizza, Great Tour!!
Mon, Oct 6  11:00 AM davenkaren Male 70+ Domestic Tourist(s) Family Without Children
A fabulous tour of Brooklyn combined with the best examples of Neapolitan (round, thin crust) and Sicilian (square, raised crust) pizza. Paula, our guide, was as good an ambassador for Brooklyn as they come, with a passion for both pizza and her home town. She was knowledgeable, humorous and enthusiastic throughout the entire tour -- not a boring moment. Along the way, she played clips from great movies as we drove down the very streets where they were filmed. Movies like Goodfellas, French Connection and Saturday Night Fever. We met the bus at exactly the spot the instructions described. We left on time and the bus was clean, well maintained and the driver got us through the entire trip without a glitch. After entering Brooklyn via the Manhattan Bridge we had wonderful Neapolitan style (round) pizza at Grimaldi's under the Brooklyn Bridge. Traveling through several interesting neighborhoods, we worked our way to Spumoni Gardens in the Bensonhurst section of Brooklyn where we enjoyed Sicilian style (square, raised dough) pizza. This is not the same as deep dish pizza which is often dense and soggy. This dough was light and airy. We were served a minimum of two slices at each location. Some folks only wanted one slice so that left more for others. During the previous two weeks, my wife and I had been on a cruise and had taken several bus tours. I must say in addition to the thoroughly enjoyable pizza, the tour guide and bus driver were as good as they get.