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Urban Oyster offers a wide variety of neighborhood and culinary themed tours that are enjoyed by native New Yorkers and tourists alike and that aim to promote a deeper sense of appreciation for local business, history, diversity, and sustainability...more
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Jillian really knows her city! Only 3guests on our tour and she made us feel like we were exploring NYC with friends. She has wonderful quirky tidbits of knowledge of the buildings we visited and the foods we snacked on. Tons of fun and I...More
An excellent and informative walking tour themed around the fabulous Brooklyn artisan food and drink producers, but giving much more. The leisurely stroll took in tastings in a good number of shops and the odd bar, covering a very wide range of cuisines, all absolutely...More
I had no idea what to expect going in. I live in NYC so didn’t expect to be all THAT impressed. A friend gave me their voucher so I didn’t even have to pay myself. We met at a bar in Williamsburg where we tried...More
What a delightful way to spend a day in Brooklyn with our guide Mary Hannah Lynn. The weather was perfect and our group, which included a couple from Australia in the States for the first time, could not have been more compatible.The tour, as led...More
Our tour guide, Mary Hannah, was absolutely wonderful. She was fun, energetic, and very knowledgeable about some of the history of the area and the places we visited. The only reason I did not give a 5 star review was because I personally felt the...More
We visited places that we would never have found if we were on our own - every establishment was very different, every establishment offered very tasty food/drink. Mary-Hannah our guide was fantastic, really informative & helpful. There wasn’t too much walking, enough to see the...More
What an amazing walking Tour even on crutches. Greg Phelps was a walking talking wealth of information not only about the historical facts of Alexander Hamilton but also of the musical and how the two differ for theatrical purposes.
Greg brought fun, laughter and excitement...More
Once the artistic hub of New York City, SoHo (South of Houston) is now one of the premiere shopping destinations in the world. Housing everything from the most popular luxury brands to swank boutiques you won’t find anywhere else, this is a sophisticated shopper’s dream come true. Broadway teems with big-name stores and people during the day, while Prince and Spring Streets are the other main drags to
explore by foot. Take a detour down the quieter side streets to see the real star of the district –majestic cast-iron architecture everywhere you look. What were once warehouses and art studios are now meticulously restored loft buildings favored by many of New York’s celebrities, making SoHo one of the trendiest addresses in the city. The pretty streets of Nolita (North of Little Italy) offer a more sedate vibe, with plenty of tiny boutiques and hip restaurants to seek out.
The Brewed in Brooklyn Tour (not to be confused with Brooklyn Brewery) is a historical walking tour of the old German neighborhood known as "Brewers' Row." The tour includes four stops (beer at each stop) and a pizza lunch... More
The Brewed in Brooklyn Tour (not to be confused with Brooklyn Brewery) is a historical walking tour of the old German neighborhood known as "Brewers' Row." The tour includes four stops (beer at each stop) and a pizza lunch; the final stop is at a working brewery. Your local expert guide will be sharing both beer knowledge and the rich traditions and history of this immigrant neighborhood where at the height of the 19th Century roughly 25% of this nation's beer was being brewed.