City Experiences recently announced its first U.S. food tour offered exclusively by the award-winning, international tour provider Devour Tours. This addition sees City Experiences further expand its offerings in New York City.
“Devour Tours has always been committed to bringing people together with a one-of-a-kind experience that is rooted in sharing the local culture through its cuisine,” said Lauren Aloise, co-founder, Devour Tours. “The culinary experience is part of the fabric of New York and we are thrilled to bring our expanding collection of offerings to the U.S. with the Greenwich Village NYC Food Tour. We’ve always felt that there is no better way to connect with a city then through its cuisine and New York is the perfect place for us to curate these new opportunities for our guests.”
The Greenwich Village NYC Food Tour brings guests on a culinary journey through the iconic West Village. Beginning in Washington Square Park, the tour takes guests to some of the most beloved family-run restaurants in the area. In addition to learning the story of the neighborhood’s rich Italian heritage, guests will first head to an Italian eatery to try fried arancini. After that, the tour takes guests to a handmade pasta shop operated by the same family since 1906.
Guests will journey to a family-run café famous for importing high-quality Italian coffee, one of the Village’s most iconic pizza joints and an eatery selling signature Italian-cured meats and cheeses. The tour travels to a meatball hot spot and allows guests to also enjoy an olive oil tasting before ending at some dessert hubs for some pastries and gelato.
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