Walking tours give you a glimpse of a city's memorable places, whereas handstanding tours only reveal its best-maintained bike racks. See the right-side-up sights with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $19 for one ticket to the Hipsters Food Tour of New York (a $50 value)
- $35 for two tickets to the Hipsters Food Tour of New York (a $100 value)
- $65 for four tickets to the Hipsters Food Tour of New York (a $200 value)
In the cheekily titled Hipsters Food Tour, groups of up to 20 get to experience the dietary life of a Williamsburg bohemian. The tour covers on-the-go tastings at seven independent restaurants, from the wood-fired pizzas of Forrino to walnut brittle at Handsome Dan's and sun-dried tomato-basil tofu cream cheese at Bagelsmith. The tour guide also imparts little-known stories of one of the most tragically hip neighborhoods of Brooklyn.
With all of New York spread before you, it can be hard to decide which restaurants, historical landmarks, and haunted alleyways to check out. That's where Best Tours comes in. Walking tours hike through the city's many chocolatiers, pizzerias, and the hippest restaurants of Williamsburg. Chauffeured tours cover not only fine dining but also ghostly haunts and a highly enigmatic Secrets of New York tour. And then there's the helicopter tour, offering a bird's eye view of the Empire State Building, Central Park, and the Brooklyn Bridge, and shows off the city's lesser known clouds.
91% of 537 customers recommend
“Really fun tour. We did the cup cake tour, which was not just cupcakes , which made it even more delightful. Make sure you wear comfortable shoes and have a bottle...”
“Really fun tour. We did the cup cake tour, which was not just cupcakes , which made it even more delightful. Make sure you wear comfortable shoes and have a bottle of water to wash down all the yummy treats. Well worth exploring NYC. ”
“The tour guide is everything. We had a so so tour guide but had a great time nonetheless. ”
“It was pretty interesting but not exactly the funniest thing I did in New York. However, the tour guides did do there best to make the walk enjoyed.”