Wafels & Dinges Factory Tour
Presented on behalf of Wafels & Dinges
- 1-hour guided tour of the Wafels & Dinges headquarters and commissary
- Explore the commercial kitchen that produces dough and ice cream for their carts, trucks, kiosks, and cafés
- See where food carts and trucks go at night
- Enjoy a fresh-made Liège wafel and a coffee or water with your tour
- Learn about one of New York City’s most successful street food brands
Have you ever wanted to see what it takes to run a successful street food business behind the scenes? This tour will take you inside de Royal Dinges Factory, the commissary, production space, and headquarters of one of New York City’s most popular street food brands. On this guided tour, we will show you how they make their spectacular Liège wafel dough and delicious ice cream to supply their constellation of carts, trucks, kiosks, and cafés; you will learn how those carts and trucks are stored, supplied, and maintained; and you will get an insider’s look at this dynamic and growing business. You will even get the chance to put your hands in some wafel dough, and even cook your own fresh-made wafel in their custom-made irons. This tour is a great complement to our Food Cart Tours of Manhattan.
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General Admission: $25 per person
Seniors (65+): $22.50 per person (10% off)
Children (5-11): $12.50 per person
Advance ticket purchase is required.
We ask tour participants to please arrive 10 minutes before the tour start so that we can begin on time.
Tours begin at de Royal Dinges Factory, 264 Butler Street, Brooklyn, NY
This tour includes one Liège wafel and a bottle of water of coffee per person. The wafel is vegetarian and contains no nuts, but we cannot offer any vegan or gluten-free alternatives.
If you have any questions regarding the menu, please contact us directly.
As these tours takes place in public facilities and on sidewalks, these tours are fully accessible to visitors who use wheelchairs or mobility devices. Please note any requests for accommodations in your reservation or contact us in advance so that our guides can review the tour route for any obstructions or inaccessible pathways in advance of the tour. Please be advised that this tour does involve extended periods of walking and standing with minimal opportunities to sit down.
Assistive listening devices – With at least 24 hours advance notice, portable FM assistive listening devices with headsets or neck loops can be made available for all public and private tours. Please note in your reservation or contact us at least 24 hours prior to your tour if you or a guest in your party would like to use a receiver. We cannot guarantee that assistive listening devices will be available if the request is made within 24 hours of the tour start time.
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