Get a taste of Midtown Manhattan on this tour that explores the history of New York’s food cart industry and the challenges of running these thriving but feverishly demanding small businesses. While the menu rotates from week to week, tastings may include falafel and lamb off the bone, chicken and rice with tamarind sauce, Korean short ribs, kati rolls, Belgian waffles with toppings, and/or Mexican chocolate brownies. Adapted menus available for a wide range of dietary restrictions. You will never look at street carts the same way again once you see – and taste – the delectable dishes that are crafted in these curbside kitchens.
Schedule: Regular public tours are offered on Fridays from 2:00PM-4:00PM. Private tours offered on other weekdays, subject to availability.
Admission: $48/person (Click here to view schedule and purchase tickets. Admission includes guide, six tastings, bottle of water, and map postcard. see below for additional details).
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