City Food Tours will take you on a fun, delicious, and entertaining adventure! You’ll see places you never knew existed, taste the best handmade foods, learn how these foods are made, meet food experts, and see behind-the-scenes action.

The unique concept behind City Food Tours was developed in 2003 by food expert and published author Joyce Weinberg.  A seasoned food industry professional with more than 20 years of experience, Joyce wanted to share her passion for fine foods with people throughout New York.  She is regularly quoted in the media, heard on the radio, and seen on TV for her food expertise. Joyce is also the author of the Everything Guide to The Catering Business.

889 Reviews Rating: 4.3 4.3 out of 5.0
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Last 3 months 4 4 2 = 2 50% 3.3
Last 6 months 19 29 3 = 26 81% 3.9
Last 12 months 51 100 3 = 97 93% 4.3
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
  Date Attended Gender Age Where From Group Type
Rating: 2
very disappointing
Sat, Dec 5, 15  2:00 PM Female 50-59 Unspecified Group of Friends
Attended: Flavors of New York Food Tour
The history provided and the food (choices and quality) left much to be desired. The guide did the best she

could but had very little to work with.
Rating: 2
was not up to the standards we expected
Sun, Nov 22, 15  3:00 PM Female 40-49 Local Family Without Children
Attended: Downtown New York Chocolate, Dessert & Drink Tour
i purchased this a gift for family members but instead we went to see how it would be but it was disappointing

firstly there was only one stop for wine and that was at an ale spot

next the dessert selection was not more than a truffle tasting at 2 spots, a cookie and a piece of candy

then a tea spot for tea was one of the best spots of the bunch but how does that fit in just like the cheese shop

I expected more to taste and a wine tasting at a wine store instead we get 10 choices of wine off a menu with no actual person explain the wines in a soho beer and ale spot and actually i got a microbrew beer instead by choice

please note we walked by a crepes shop that was more intriguing than the bakery/candy shops we went to on the tour as well as walking by multiple wine shops

now the cheese shop was interesting and would a have been a home run if 3-4 wines were presented for pairings with types of cheese presented

in all the shops were spread out to far apart and should not be called a wine and dessert tour especially at the price I paid for

I've done other food tours for a less price and got a lot more interesting tastings with a more fully invested guide.
City Food Tours & Events responded:
Sorry you didn't love the tour or appreciate that we bent over backwards to accommodate you when you were more than 30 minutes late. You missed the important introductory portion of the tour :(. Jess, the guide, felt bad that after all that, you were the only ones that didn't tip her.

We try very hard to please, and we do so about 97% of the time.

We wish you a positive and joyous holiday season.
Rating: 4
Tour Guide was great
Sat, Nov 21, 15  6:30 PM Female 20-29 Local Group of Friends
Attended: NYC Cocktail Tour - Prohibition Style
Jessica was great, very engaging, definitely recommend this tour for others. Would only recommend attending ACTUAL speak-easys vs. new bars
Rating: 5
Fantastically fun tour
Sat, Nov 14, 15  2:00 PM Female 40-49 Domestic Tourist(s) Family Without Children
Attended: Downtown New York Chocolate, Dessert & Drink Tour
Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and fun. My daughter and I took this tour and had a lot of fun
Rating: 3
Mixed tour in Greenwich
Sat, Nov 7, 15  2:00 PM Male 40-49 International Tourist(s) Family Without Children
Attended: Flavors of New York Food Tour
The tour had 6 stops reaching from local hotdog to dumplings and supported with short cultural description from the guide. Compared to the price of $ 42 per person we where slightly disappointed with the level of diversity of both food chosen and the quality range. There are so many and waste food concepts in the area that would fair a visit. A satisfied customer will recommend to others and come back. Pls be careful not to 'wash out' the concept. We love the Big Apple and Greenwich - but will consider to recommend the tour. The alternative is there