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Devil’s Delight: A Hell’s Kitchen Dessert Tour

  • When does it run?
  • Start time


  • Duration

    2 hours

  • Dessert tastings
  • Professional tour guide & commentary

Key Highlights

  • Sample tasty treats from the best N.Y. eateries
  • Both printed and smartphone vouchers accepted
  • Tour one of New York’s most famous neighborhoods: Hell’s Kitchen
  • Learn the local history of Hell’s Kitchen
  • Discover culinary hotspots on 9th Avenue
  • Meet your friendly local tour guide


Descend into Hell’s Kitchen and emerge with a full belly during Devil’s Delight:  A Hell’s Kitchen Dessert Tour!

Your New York trip couldn’t get any sweeter!  Indulge in blasphemous baklava, fallen fudge, profane pies, and other sinful sweets.  Along the way, you’ll learn why Hell’s Kitchen is known not only for its vibrant food culture, but also a sordid history that would keep Dante Aligheri awake at night.  If you desire something other than the same old standard N.Y. tour, then this is the tour for you!

About the Supplier

Sugartooth Tours was born out of a shared love of NYC and all things sweet.  They are passionate about connecting consumers with local food artisans, creating communities through food, and giving New York City a small. Sugartooth Tours regularly works with non-profit organizations in New York City in support of the wonderful work they do for the community and donates time, tours, or a portion of their profits to local non-profits.

Here's the plan...

As you embark on one of the most delicious things to do in New York, you’ll encounter your friendly and knowledgable tour guide just south of world-famous Times Square.  Enjoy a short, leisurely stroll into the heart of Hell’s Kitchen as your guide explains how the neighborhood earned its name and why it’s considered an epicenter for culinary concupiscence.  As you learn about the history of Hell’s Kitchen, gratify one of your primal urges with devilish doughnuts, corrupt cookies, and other evil eats. As you eat your way through New York, you’ll visit 6 different bakeries, confectioneries, and other eateries…all with their ovens blazing.  So, if you can’t stand the heat, get out of Hell’s Kitchen!

What desserts and sweet are included in the tour? 

  • Taste Broadway’s favorite cookie in the heart of the Theatre District. Choose your favorite flavor -  from classics like chocolate chip to unique flavors like Fluffer Nutter!
  • Apple pie at a Hell's Kitchen staple. Plus, their signature pie recipe has been a secret for over 30 years!
  • Baklava at a 100-year-old Greek Bakery.
  • Try traditional Brazilian brigadeiros (chocolates) from a Cupcake Wars winning pastry chef.
  • Fall in love with fresh aromatic bread, straight out of the oven. Bonus- this Hell’s Kitchen bakery is known for giving back to the community.

Activity Schedule

  • When does it run?


  • Duration

    2 hours

  • Start time


  • Meeting Point

    Make your way to McCaffrey Playground located at 341 West 43rd Street, New York, NY 10036 between 8th and 9th avenues on the north side of the street.

    So there’s no last-minute rush, please arrive at the meeting point 15 minutes early.

  • Ending Point

    453 West 54th street near 9th avenue and 54th street.

Inclusions & Exclusions

  • Dessert tastings
  • Professional tour guide & commentary
  • Gratuities (if you wish, go on then) 

Please note

Voucher Type: Mobile (if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)

Group Size: 4-16

Dietary Requirements: Nut-free options available

Tastings are subject to change as bakeries sometimes close unexpectedly.

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