Tacos, dumplings, knishes, bagels; America would be a food wasteland without immigration. Join this New York tour to sample the side effects of mass immigration while learning about those that dared to live the American Dream.
In front of the African Burial Ground National Monument, across from 7 Elk Street (between Duane and Reade Street), New York, NY 10007
In the heart of the Lower East Side neighborhood (New York, NY 10002)
The maximum number of people on this tour will be 14 passengers.
This tour can cater vegetarians, vegans, gluten free customers, but for any any specific dietary request we need to know 24 h before the tour start time. Please emails us at email email@example.com.
If you have any issues on the day of your tour, please call +1 347 878 8444
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity.
Local Impact: How you will help the local community by joining this tour:
Get in touch with the tasty culture of NYC on this New York food tour that is a pleasure for both the body and the mind! This New York City tour starts off in front of the African Burial Ground National Monument. On this historical tour of New York, we make our way in a loop around the NYC LES, seeing 100-year-old bakeries, churches, and historic sites. We stroll the streets of Little Italy just as Lucky Luciano might have a century ago. Marvel at former and still operating synagogues and Jewish clothing stores. We dive into the culture remembered at places such as the Lower East Side Tenement Museum and the African Burial Ground, and the exciting streets of Chinatown, where you feel like you’re in Shanghai! Along the way on our New York City food tour, we sink our teeth into amazing stories and amazing food. Knishes, dumplings, and more. We taste why New York City is the center of the world and the culinary legacy left here by those that have passed by Lady Liberty on their way to fulfill the American Dream.