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Ahoy New York Tours & Tasting founded in 2008 was created with the goal of providing New York City visitors and locals alike with the ultimate New York City experience. Ahoy New York Tours & Tasting’s food tours allow one to experience unique fun NYC neighborhoods, while being led on a food tasting adventure. While spending time on this walking tour, not only will one taste ethnic NYC foods, one will also discover culture and history-all in a very fun, lighthearted manner.
When looking for things to do in New York City, many do not realize that food themed walking tours are great events. One may notice that NYC has delicious foods, and in particular, an abundance of ethnic foods. However, one may not realize that a food tour is a great opportunity. A food tour allows one to discover hidden gems, history, culture and taste New York City Food. Ahoy New York Tours & Tasting’s food tour is a walking tour with so much more added value. One can walk the streets of New York City and never discover the delicious NYC foods that they would enjoy on a walking tour with Ahoy New York Tours & Tasting.
Ahoy New York Tours & Tasting’s signature tour focuses on two unique ethnic New York City neighborhoods, Little Italy and Chinatown, New York. One may stumble upon these NYC neighborhoods on their own, as they often are listed on the top of the list of NYC’s “things to do,” however, there are several advantages to taking a walking tour with Ahoy New York Tours & Tasting. Ahoy New York Tours & Tasting’s tours allow one to not only “taste” the foods of Little Italy and Chinatown, New York, but also provides one with an off-the-beaten path experience in NYC. Ahoy New York Tours & Tasting’s friendly guides will lead you on a food tasting walking tour, teaching you hidden secrets about the neighborhoods and providing you with numerous recommended dining experiences so that you truly have the ultimate New York City food experience.
Another advantage to taking a food themed walking tour with Ahoy New York Tours & Tasting is the sit-down dining experience mid-way through the food tour. During the sit-down tasting your guide will discuss the abundance of things to do in NYC and the various events taking place during the course of one’s NYC visit. Ahoy New York Tours & Tasting also makes sure to keep the group size of the walking tour to a minimum of 12 individuals. Ahoy New York Tours & Tasting finds it very important that all food tour participants truly have an intimate New York City food tasting adventure.
Ahoy New York Tours & Tasting was founded in 2008 by Alana Hoye. Originally from upstate New York, Alana moved to New York City and immediately began her love affair with its food, history, and culture. Years before creating Ahoy New York Tours & Tasting, Alana tried several types of foods that the city had to offer and began specializing in the tastes of ethnic neighborhoods. Alana’s first experiences with the neighborhood’s culinary adventures were fresh dumplings and homemade mozzarella-foods included on the company’s signature tour today.
The passion Alana has for food and culture spreads throughout the company, and Ahoy New York Tours & Tasting has transformed into a business that has truly changed the food tour industry. With each tour, a licensed guide provides insight, wit, and a sunny disposition that enhance one’s NYC experience.
To learn more about the tours, you may visit http://www.ahoynewyorkfoodtours.com. Ahoy New York Tours & Tasting’s signature tour of Little Italy and Chinatown, New York runs several times a week. Each tour’s duration is 3 hours and all food tastings, enough for a meal, are included in the ticket price. This is a NYC event not to miss and is rated on Trip Advisor’s top things to do in New York City.
“This was our first visit to NYC and we only had three short days to explore.... The sites were amazing and made us feel like we were in another country. Our tour guide was very informative and brought history to life with colorful, detailed stories about Chinatown and Little Italy. During our tour we sampled various foods and desserts and had lunch at a Thai Restaurant. This walking food tour is a must for everyone. Three locals were on our tour if that tells you anything. We plan to take this tour again in September when we return to New York City!”
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