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  • Ben and Marty's Bagel Tours of New York
    Though impressively metropolitan in their own rights, with their powers combined, Ben Wagenberg and Marty Grabstein would be the ultimate New Yorker. They're both NYC natives, of course—Ben spent his college years memorizing Manhattan's streets as a cab driver, and Marty grew up working in his family's Brooklyn deli before becoming a stage actor who also picked up roles on shows such as Law and Order. Today, they share their intimate knowledge of NYC with both locals and tourists with Ben and Marty's Bagel Tours of New York. Each tour starts out with New York's "most iconic food"—a hot, fresh bagel—before Ben or Marty escorts groups through various food- and culture-based explorations of Manhattan. The SOHO tour looks beyond the designer-label signage that dresses many of the 'hood's storefronts, and instead studies the cast-iron architecture behind it before stopping for coffee and dessert at an Italian café. The Grand Central Tour celebrates the 100th anniversary of one of America's most treasured landmarks, and in Gansevoort groups walk the High Line, an elevated-railway-turned-grassy-park, before visiting area meat markets. Clients can also choose to create a custom tour, requesting jaunts through Little Italy, Chinatown, or the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' vacation sewer.
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    140 East 28th Street
    New York, NY US
  • For Your Brain And Belly New York Walking Tours
    Cuisine Type: 6 Tastings Established: 2013 Handicap Accessible: Yes Most popular offering: Katz's pastrami Kid-friendly: Yes Alcohol: None Pro Tip: Eash tour involves tastings and learning about the culture and history of each neighborhood visited. Q&A with Joshua Kraushar, Tour Guide What is one fun, unusual fact about your business? As a native New Yorker who was a former history teacher and an avid foodie, I really enjoy taking people to out of the way places that they would generally never get to see. I also love turning people on to unique places and tastes that they could only find here in New York. What?s the best reaction you?ve ever gotten from a customer? The best compliments are generally, "this was the best day I ever spent in New York." Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover? I have traveled all over the world but still love my hometown the best and aim to show you why. In your own words, how would you describe your menu? Our tastings are varied from Polish pirogies, Jewish rugelach, and Italian cannolis to Chinese dumplings.
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    Bedford Ave & N 7th St
    New York, NY US
  • Helicopter Flight Services, Inc.
    Once the chopper lifts off from the Downtown Manhattan Heliport and rises above New York Harbor, the Big Apple's sprawling metropolis fills passengers' sightlines. Rotors spinning, the copter flies past the Statue of Liberty and toward the Chrysler Building, the Empire State Building, and other looming examples of urban architecture. During these tours, sightseers sit comfortably within one of the company's fleet of Bell 407 helicopters, which boast giant windows and enough legroom to roundhouse kick roving bands of skydivers looking to freeload their way onto the aircraft. They also have a newly purchased EC130 Airbus Helicopter. The helicopter pilots also charter their aircraft on trips to cities including Boston and Atlantic City.
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    6 E River Piers
    New York, NY US
  • Snackin’ Tours
    Snackin' Tours steers hungry groups to original and oft-overlooked destinations throughout New York to give them a unique taste of the city. In small groups of eight, tours avoid obvious tourist traps in favor of local favorites with routes arranged around a certain theme. Guides recount tales of neighborhood history and toss in factoids along the way while trawling the East Village's bounty of vegetarian eats, the Lower East Side's cluster of boutique food, or the West Village's dessert-paved sidewalks. Tour operators can accommodate guests with dietary restrictions at certain tastings in advance. Snackin' Tours also runs a much larger pub crawl on Thursdays, in which staggered groups of up to 40 people explore six dive bars, taverns, and other pub-like places all over lower Manhattan.
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    136 Allen Street
    New York, New York US
  • Harlem Sweet & Savory Food Tours
    Good food, meet people. People, meet good food. Harlem Sweet & Savory Food Tour functions as something of a culinary matchmaker, pairing curious diners with unexpected new cuisine on interactive walking tours. During exploratory jaunts that last up to three hours, participants become acquainted with some of New York City's best eats?all without getting set up on a blind date with a cheeseburger. Harlem serves as the backdrop, and its melting pot of cultures and ethnicities provides an unpredictable mixture of different recipes and flavors. Along the route, groups sample dishes and marvel at some of Harlem's historical sites, such as the Apollo Theater, Astor Row, and the Studio Museum.
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    22 E 125th St.
    New York, NY US
  • Melissa's Wine Tour
    Black Bear Winery bus transports passengers from the bustle of Manhattan to the quiet idylls of upstate vineyards. Melissa leads each expedition, usually to and from Black Bear Winery—a winemaking facility nestled among the trees and hills of Chenango Forks just north of Binghamton. In a fully furnished private room, the winery's staff guides visitors through tastings of all-natural fruit wines, which are made from fruits such as black currants, red raspberries, and gooseberries instead of fake plastic grapes. Melissa's visits also include pairings with local cheeses and, occasionally, a group lunch around the communal table.
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    248 County Rd. 1
    Chenango Forks, NY US

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