Guided tour

Buffalo: East Meets West Foodie Bike Tour

Activity provider: Buffalo Bike Tours
Guided tour

Buffalo: East Meets West Foodie Bike Tour

Activity provider: Buffalo Bike Tours

From US$ 79 per person

Embark on an epic bike tour connecting Buffalo's history to its current immigrant communities through the lens of its culinary traditions. Savor the flavors as you learn about and experience some of Buffalo’s hidden foodie gems.

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Duration 3 hours
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  • Learn about the history of immigration and culinary traditions in Buffalo
  • Explore the historic Broadway Market which has been in operation since 1888
  • Pass by the city’s former train station, and find out about its plans for the future
  • Peddle through MLK Park, designed by Frederick Olmsted
  • Admire the new public murals commissioned by the Albright Knox
Full description
Discover how Buffalo is a city of immigrants and how its foundation was built on immigrant labor. On this foodie bike tour, explore these humble beginnings and connect the city’s history to its current influx of refugee and immigrant communities – all through the lens of its savory culinary traditions. Discover off-the-beaten-path locations which you wouldn't normally be able to find yourself. Sample some of the best food hotspots, including a globally-sourced coffee shop, a worker-owned bakery, and an international food market run by refugees. Peddle through the East and West Side, eat an amazing international progressive dinner, and learn about groundbreaking urban farming initiatives and grassroots organizing. Food samples may include: globally-sourced coffee and pastry at Public Espresso, fresh Tandoori naan and appetizers at Alibaba Kebab, homemade pierogies and beer at R & L Lounge, the city’s best southern cooking at the Oakk Room, samples at Westside Bazaar, a food mall featuring immigrant and refugee businesses, or Puerto Rican pastries at La Flor.
  • Bike rental
  • Drinks
Not suitable for
  • People who can't ride a bike

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Meeting point

Hostel Buffalo-Niagara, 667 Main St, Buffalo, NY 14203

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Important information

Know before you go

  •  The menu may change depending on the day, number of riders, and opening hours of participating restaurants
  •  Vegetarian and vegan options are available by request
  •  This is an easy ride and does not require a high skill level

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