New York City is one of the biggest melting pot in the whole world. It’s where the East and West culture congregates and with this comes the variety of foods brought in from different cultures. There are so many places to dine in the Big Apple and we will list five dining experiences in New York City that you shouldn’t miss.
Sail around New York Bay and get a great view of Statue of Liberty and Manhattan while sipping your favorite cocktail or while having dinner. One of the best time to do this is on New Year’s Eve where you’ll see fireworks adorning the skies of Manhattan. Be sure to book early as seats sell out fast. NewYork.com has a list of numerous dinner cruises that you can take, so be sure to check it out.
Brooklyn Pizza Tour
Take a tour of Brooklyn and visit popular pizza joints and learn a bit of history about this place. It’s a great way to learn a bit of history of Brooklyn and at the same time get to taste the best pizza in town. Make sure to bring along your camera so you can take a snapshot of the Brooklyn Bridge as well.
Visit Little Italy
Little Italy in New York
Get a glimpse of the immigrants past history and visit one of the very popular immigrants neighborhood in this city – Little Italy. Make sure to wear comfy shoes as you’ll be strolling along the neighborhood and visiting various local specialty restaurants. Get ready to taste delicious prosciutto, homemade mozzarella, pizza, pasta, cannoli and more.
New York City Beer Crawl
It’s said that there are around 1,700 independent brewers in US aside from the major international breweries and the choices of flavors is almost endless. Join a pub crawl tour and visit a variety of local bars selling hard to find brews.
Chocolate, Dessert and Wine Tours
For chocolate, desserts and wine lovers out there, worry not as there are tours specifically made for you guys. Get a chance to visit popular wine bars and local shops specializing in chocolates and desserts. Some tours start in SoHo so make sure to wear comfortable shoes as you’ll be walking along this historic neighborhood while sampling the best desserts and wines that this city has to offer.
These are just some of the dining experiences that you shouldn’t miss in this city. Extend your stay for a few more days and discover more gastronomic delights and wonderful sights in New York City.
Have you joined any food tours in New York City? Feel free to share your tips and recommendations in the comment section below.
Photo Credits: Little Italy by (vincent desjardins)