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Foodie Tour Of Industry City: A Delicious New York Trip

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Activity Schedule

  • When does it run?

    Friday 

  • Duration

    Approximately 3 hours 

  • Start time

    2:00 p.m.

  • Meeting Point

    Filament, 220 36th St., Brooklyn, NY 11232

  • Ending Point

    Same as the Meeting Point 

Key Highlights

  • Explore the beautifully renovated Industry City shopping area during your New York trip!
  • Savor 4 different tastings at some of the most popular eateries!
  • Visit Blue Marble Ice Cream, Ends Meat, Table87 Pizza, or other fine establishments!
  • Enjoy behind-the-scenes access at Bee Raw Honey, Micol Ceramics, Brooklyn Candle Studio, and others!
  • Learn about the storied past of this historical area of Sunset Park, Brooklyn!
  • Meet your friendly and informative tour guide!

Overview

Sample good eats and do a little shopping in one of the coolest areas of Brooklyn during a Foodie Tour of Industry City: A Delicious New York Trip!

With your Foodie Tour of Industry City tickets, you’ll snack on a little bit of this and a little bit of that during your New York vacation! Meet your friendly, helpful tour guide before exploring the totally remodeled Industry City! What was once a shipping, warehousing, and manufacturing complex is now the place to see and be seen for those on a New York tour. Enjoy 2 savory and 2 sweet food tastings as you learn about the history of this unique area. It’s one of the best things to do in New York if you’d like to keep tabs on the city’s recent developments!

Stop by for a bite at Li-Lac Chocolates, Blue Marble Ice Cream, Table87 Pizza, or other popular foodie stops. Sample the goodies at One Girl Cookies, Ends Meat, or Sahadi’s. Then, step inside the workspace of local artists for a behind-the-scenes look at what keeps them busy at Bee Raw Honey, Ernest Porcelli Glass Art, Micol Ceramics, and other fine stores. If you don’t mind munching your way through an eye-opening, cultural experience, then taking this tour is what to do in New York!

Inclusions

  • Foodie Tour of Industry City: A Delicious New York Trip
  • A 3-hour, guided tour of Industry City
  • Two savory tastings
  • Two sweet tastings
  • Behind-the-scenes access at 2-3 makers
  • Live guide and commentary

Exclusions

  • Gratuities 

Please note

The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details. They’re a nice bunch and will happily answer any logistical questions you may have. Please give them a call at least 24 hours before your organized activity to reconfirm.

Sorry, but we will need you to print a paper version of your booking voucher. We're working on changing this; but, at this time, no refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.

So there is no last minute rush, please arrive 15 minutes early.

We do recommend wearing comfortable walking shoes. Keep in mind that you are on your feet for most of the tour.

Tours will run rain, snow, or shine. We ask that you check the weather forecast and dress accordingly if inclement weather is predicted.

Our public tours are conducted in English but our guides speak Spanish, Italian and French.

Tours are both wheelchair and stroller accessible. There may be one or two stops along the way without a wheelchair ramp and with a small step up, but most stops have a ramp or are street level.

Dogs are allowed as long as you don’t mind leaving them outside when we go inside establishments where they serve food.

A fee of $4.08 will be charged at checkout.

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