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Bites in Brooklyn: A Williamsburg Foodie Experience

Instant confirmation E-Voucher

Activity Schedule

  • When does it run?

    Saturday 

  • Duration

    3 hours.

  • Start time

    12pm

  • Meeting Point

    Williamsburg Mini Mall, 218 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11249.

  • Ending Point

Key Highlights

  • Smartphone vouchers accepted – no need to print!
  • See Henry Miller’s home in Williamsburg!
  • Visit a traditional Polish bakery for some delightful pastries!
  • Sample artisanal chocolate at a Brooklyn chocolate factory!
  • Check out Brooklyn’s cool street art!

Overview

Eat your way through New York on a Williamsburg Foodie Experience!

Today, the Williamsburg neighborhood in Brooklyn is defined as the epicenter of cool. But, this was not always the case. The neighborhood has undergone a lot of changes since it was first created as a suburb of New York. The opening of the Williamsburg Bridge in 1903 brought a lot of new industries, as well as second-generation Americans wanting to escape poverty and overcrowded living conditions of Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Then, during World War II, Europeans fleeing war came. Later, many artists came to Williamsburg because of the cheap rent and its proximity to Manhattan. In a way, this started the gentrification process in the mid- 1990s. Now, Williamsburg has become a favorite hunting ground for music-lovers and foodies.

Start your whirlwind foodie tour at a traditional Polish bakery, where you will try delicious pierogis and pastries. Then, enjoy two different types of pizza that come highly recommended by the New York Times. Next, dive into a mouth watering carnitas taco or black bean + sweet potato taco and sandia (watermelon agua fresca) at Tacombi Taco. Afterwards, savor and take home delicious chocolates made in house from this family owned Dominican artisanal chocolate maker. Next up, a native Kentuckian cooks authentic BBQ using his grandmother’s recipes. And, they have excellent vegetarian options, too! Along the way, you’ll also get to see cool street art and author Henry Miller’s home. Once you have completed the tour, you can say you have seen everything there is to see and eaten everything there is to eat in Williamsburg.

About the supplier

Like A Local does just what it says on the tin. The company connects travellers with keen local guides, who, in turn, show said travellers around the city, their way. Expect to discover something new and unseen by the masses on these tours.

Inclusions

  • Williamsburg Foodie Experience
  • Three-hour cultural tour of New York’s trendiest neighborhood
  • Pastry sample at traditional Polish bakery
  • Two types of pizza samples
  • Artisanal chocolate samples at chocolate factory
  • Barbecue sample
  • Professional guide and commentary

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.

No need to print! If you are travelling with a smartphone or a tablet, you can present the voucher on your device for this activity.

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

Please check the local activity operator’s website prior to your visit.

There are vegetarian options for those who do not eat meat.

Children below the age of three can come on the tour for free.

Tour runs rain or shine.

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