Nolita/NoHo Food & Culture Tour

Foods of New York Tours

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Activity #2924
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Rating: 4.9  830 rating points
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Last 6 months 129 376 1 = 375 99% 4.9
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Nolita/NoHo Food & Culture Tour

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Taste mouthwatering eats from undiscovered spots in the cozy corners of Nolita, where old-world charm meets a youthful, downtown vibe.

Rating Date Attended Reviewer Sort Descending Gender Age Where From? Group Type?
Rating: 5
Great guide, great food, great tour.
Sun, Nov 3, 13   10:45 AM zolfam Female 60-69 Local Family Without Children
I would recommend to everyone and want to do other tours. Hope other guides are as good as Annie.
Rating: 5
Food with scenery
Sat, Jul 28, 12   10:45 AM zervemei Male 30-39 Local Individual
The food tastes are soo delicious and amazingly light. I love the natural lighting in some of the places we visited making the tasting that much more inviting. I'm definitely going to revisit some of these places.
Rating: 5
Great food and great neighborhood
Fri, Sep 13, 13   11:45 AM yellowboat Male 20-29 Domestic Tourist(s) Family Without Children
I had to cut my tour a little short, but everything that I experienced was fantastic. The food that we ate was absolutely delectable and all of the restaurants and areas that we went to were great. Highly recommend the tour, we had a great time!
Rating: 5
My fifth Tour with You and Loved It
Thu, Mar 14, 13   11:45 AM Yanchus Female 50-59 International Tourist(s) Couple on a Date
Great food, pacing, excellent guide who sang for us! The neighbourhood was great too!
Rating: 5
A super fun, delicious, interesting experience!
Thu, Sep 12, 13   11:45 AM yahellip Female 20-29 International Tourist(s) Couple on a Date
This was my fourth food & culture tour in NYC, and just like the previous three, it was great. The food was delicious (and in generous portions), and our guide, Annie, was just amazing - knowledgable, nice, captivating, and super social. The rest if the group was also extremely nice, and we all had a terrific 3.5 hours together.
Rating: 5
Great food and informative local history
Sat, Sep 14, 13   10:45 AM wpearson46 Male 60-69 Domestic Tourist(s) Family Without Children
This was our third Foods of NY food tour. Looking forward to the next one.
Rating: 5
well paced, fun , tasty and entertaining
Sat, Nov 26, 11   10:45 AM wjulien Male 50-59 Domestic Tourist(s) Family With Children
We usually come to NYC around Thanksgiving and always try a food tour. This is our fourth and we really enjoyed it. Our guide was Annie, an energetic, happy red head who by the time we started aleady had memorized the 16 names of the participants including two slighly tricky correctly accented Peruvians names. The tour was well paced with some walking, plenty of sit down time, good food and some interesting history. We saw where Scorsese grew up, the church he attended (same one seen in Godfather) and the cemetary next door where he would dream up stories of the deceased based on their tombstone. Food highlights for me were some amazing tacos (and I grew up in Arizona!) and delicious pizza we saw prepared in a woodburning oven. The kids liked the muffins (have to admit they were pretty good) and the intentionally slightly salty chocolate cookies. We finished with Annie singing us a song. Over all a nice way to spend three hours!
Rating: 5
Great way to spend an afternoon
Fri, Mar 7  11:45 AM Wishinsky Female 50-59 Local Family With Children
The tour was great! The tour guide was extremely knowledgeable and entertaining. The restaurants and shops we want to were delicious and reflective of the neighborhood. Everyone taking the tour was very nice and lots of fun to be with.
Rating: 5
Wonderful Time
Sat, Sep 17, 11   10:45 AM winstonpug Female 50-59 Domestic Tourist(s) Family Without Children
This was my 5th food tour, and I think it's probably the best one yet. The food portions are really big!! I couldn't eat all of them. My favorite place was Bread, AMAZING!! The shrimp pannini, YUM. Our guide, Annie, was knowleable of the area and had some very interesting tidbits about the neighborhoods we were in. A very pleasent way to spend 3 hours, that doesn't seem like 3 hours.
Rating: 5
Anny our guide loves what she does and it shows.
Thu, Apr 3  11:45 AM welshenbaugh Female 50-59 Domestic Tourist(s) Couple on a Date
We did the Chelsea and Greenwich tours before, and liked this one even better. Anny our guide loves what she does and it shows. She was fun, knowledgable, and shared many stories about the neighborhood and it's colorful history. We went into these little store fronts, which many times opened into these amazing spaces, I think Anny called the style Industrial-Chic, very cool indeed. Then there is the food! We started at Little Cupcake Bake Shop and had a great mini blackout cupcake. Then to Emporio where we watched them make our delicious pizza. Next Tartinery Nolita served French tartines and wine. Mexican Corn Esquites at Tacombi was fun. The Smile had Amy's bread with creamy homemade ricotta. We ended our tour with wonderful chocolate at Bond St. Chocolate. We have a whole new appreciation for this area of the city.