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SoHo, Little Italy and Chinatown Lunch Tour

Product ID: 21587
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2 hours
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What You'll Do
  • Join a delicious food tour through SoHo, Little Italy and Chinatown led by a native New Yorker
  • Enjoy local foods including the Best Chocolate Cake in the World
  • See some of the top sightseeing destinations in these famous neighborhoods
Take a stroll through some of the New York City's most famous neighbourhoods as you enjoy a delicious lunch from four unique stores and restaurants. Check out some the top landmarks in in SoHo, Little Italy and Chinatown with a true local New York guide.
What to Expect
Have a full and delicious lunch from four unique stores and restaurants in three of New York City's most famous and beloved neighborhoods.

We start our tour in SoHo with the Grandaisy Bakery's designer thin-crust pizza, available in zucchini, mushroom or potato, followed by the Best Chocolate Cake in the World.

Crossing into Little Italy, it's off to Alleva's for fresh cheese and soppresata, an authentic Italian salami. Then, we'll stroll into Chinatown to enjoy some of the city's most delicious pan-seared pork dumplings.

Along the way, we'll see historic cast-iron buildings and famous art galleries in SoHo, and the beautiful Police Building Condo in Little Italy. In Chinatown we'll visit Columbus Park, once part of Little Italy, and now home to a vibrant Asian community.

SoHo is known for its high-end designer shops, Little Italy for its abundance of restaurants, and Chinatown for discount shopping and jewelry.

Vegetarian options are available, please just let us know in advance! Take two hours out of your visit to NYC to get a taste of the food locals can't get enough of.
What's Included
  • Food tastings in 4 stores and restaurants
What's Not Included
  • Beverages
  • Gratuities
Cancellation Policy
Cancel up to 1 day in advance for a full refund
Meeting Point

196 Spring Street, between Thompson and Sullivan Street. Nearest subway station is Spring Street, on the blue line (C or E train). (Open in Google Maps)

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