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Rating: 4.8  911 rating points
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Last 6 months 195 522 0 = 522 100% 4.8
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Rating and reviews for:

Heart of the Village Food & Culture Tour

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Taste off-the-radar eats, hear tales of the 1960's music scene, and stroll through Washington Square Park, the heart of Downtown NYC.

Rating Date Attended Reviewer Gender Sort Descending Age Where From? Group Type?
Rating: 4
enjoyed the food and learned a lot about Greenwich
Fri, Jul 18  12:00 PM sallymowbray Female 60-69 International Tourist(s) Other
The guide, susan, was enthusiastic and liked to share her love of the Village.
Rating: 5
We really enjoyed the tour.
Fri, Jul 18  12:00 PM LisaMartell Female 50-59 Domestic Tourist(s) Family With Children
Myself and 2adult children had so much fun. The tour guide Susan was great and very knowledgable. The food was fantastic as well as the history. Would definitely do it again.
Rating: 5
Awesome experience!
Thu, Jul 17  12:00 PM mooremt21 Female 30-39 International Tourist(s) Family Without Children
Highly recommend to anyone! It was great !
Rating: 5
Highly Recommend This Tour
Thu, Jul 17  12:00 PM Keow44 Female 40-49 International Tourist(s) Group of Friends
When I booked this tour for myself and my 2 girlfriends I had no idea what to expect. We were visiting from Canada and of course wanted to take in as much as possible of the New York Experience. Well, this was certainly one of the best decisions we made. From the get go, Susan, our guide, was amazing! Not only was she incredibly informative on the food and the history behind each place that we visited, but her knowledge about the history of the village was so informative. She was engaging in her conversation and so animated. I felt as though I was walking the Village with a friend. The food was diverse and delicious. The "tasters" were generous and so as a result we were all full rather fast. I suspect however, that this was not such a bad thing! We all appreciated the little stops where one was able to sit down and enjoy a meal and perhaps a beverage. I think we all expected to be walking much more than we actually did, but this was a welcomed change to our tired legs from previous days. We all agreed that it was an incredible experience, one that we would and have suggested to other travelers to New York City. A very big thank you to Susan (my sister from Hungary!) We all wish you the best and thank you again for a great tour! Kathleen, Carrie and Cinzia from Canada!
Rating: 4
Great11
Thu, Jul 17  12:00 PM spearson618 Female 60-69 Domestic Tourist(s) Family Without Children
Our tour guide Susan was very knowledgable and very personal with the growp. It was a great tour and I would recommend it to others.
Rating: 5
Awesome way to spend an afternoon in the village
Thu, Jul 17  12:00 PM JCummins15 Female 40-49 Domestic Tourist(s) Family With Children
Our tour guide Susan did an amazing job showing us the village. The food was really good and plentiful!
Rating: 5
Great tour
Sun, Jul 13  12:00 PM alexib422 Female 20-29 Local Group of Friends
Great food in abundance (I was stuffed by the end), and great tour, full of interesting knowledge (ours lasted ~3.5 hrs)! Would definitely recommend.
Rating: 4
I was pleased
Sat, Jul 12  12:30 PM judylastra Female 50-59 Domestic Tourist(s) Group of Friends
The tour and food were both very good
Rating: 5
Great local knowledge
Sat, Jul 12  12:30 PM Sirrahharas Female 30-39 International Tourist(s) Couple on a Date
A great mix of food, culture and history. Thanks!
Rating: 4
A Great Overview of an Historic District
Sat, Jul 12  12:30 PM meadowberman Female 60-69 Domestic Tourist(s) Unspecified
Come hungry - very hungry. The food stops were varied, interesting and all good. From Italian pasta to an Indian wrap to a fabulous French sweet. The guide, Susan, was very knowledgable and encouraged questions. We were given an overview of the history of the heart of the Village. We learned about the architecture of the area as well as about some of the famous celebrities who frequented the clubs and restaurants of the Village. Three hours was a long time but we got to sit during some of the food stops - which was a welcome respite from the heat. Two highlights were the Porto Rico Importing Co - a coffee store that had the largest variety of beans I have seen - and Sullivan Street tea & spice company which equaled Porto Rico in its tea offerings. Wear comfortable walking shoes! Enjoy.