All the city is your oyster in late summer. The crowds are minimal and as August days begin to wane into September the weather is just right to wander around, getting lost in NYC’s boroughs and discovering hidden treasures. Let your stomach and a few knowledgeable guides help you discover the off-the-beaten path gems in NYC’s familiar and not so familiar neighborhoods. Pizza in Greenwich Village, cannolis in the Bronx, craft brews in Brooklyn; food tours in the City offer much to nibble on and not solely in food but culture and history, as well. Head West of LI and take one or two or more of these not to miss food tours. Start looking at those train schedules now. Like A Local Tours: Sunday Funday Brooklyn Tour
Taste craft brews, local wines, ice cream, chocolate and even BBQ on the Sunday Funday Brooklyn Tour image: like a local
Williamsburg put the hip in hipster. Explore NYC’s trendiest neighborhood on this three-hour food tour from Like A Local that goes from the Williamsburg waterfront with its stunning views, to Brewer’s Row. Taste craft brews, local wines, ice cream, chocolate and even BBQ while taking in the spectacular street art and learning where the best hangs are.