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Expanded food on our Flatiron Food, Architecture, and History Tour!

a vase with flowers in front of Flatiron Building

With warmer weather on it’s way, now is a great time to book a spot on our fantastic Flatiron Food, Architecture, and History Tour!

This tour isn’t just for out-of-towners, with our expanded food stops it’s sure to help locals find new favorites too. Check out this review we recently received:

“Really great tour! I actually live in the neighborhood and took my family (from out of town) to the tour. I learned a lot about the neighborhood’s history and architecture – and even found a few new restaurants I want to visit regularly! We all loved it.”- Andres

When you take the Flatiron Food, Architecture, and History tour you’ll begin with delicious Roman-style pizza at Eataly, a sprawling marketplace featuring the finest imported Italian foods. Made with a high-hydration, long-rising dough and high-quality ingredients their pizza boasts boasts a mouthwatering thick crust with a crispy exterior and a soft, airy interior. After your pizza you’ll have a chance to explore on your own before embarking on your trip through the this iconic NYC neighborhood.

a man cooking in a kitchen preparing food

As you wind through the Flatiron District, you’ll stop by tour guide Justin’s favorite stop at Zucker’s bagels. Of the stop he says, “The Reuben sandwich is the best of both worlds: a great New York sandwich on a great New York bagel. More sandwiches should be made with bagels!”

a close up of a bagel sandwich

Remember to come hungry for the tour, because there’s still two more amazing food stops you won’t want to be too full for; an artisanal grilled cheese sandwich with house-made ‘Flagship cheese’ from Beecher’s, and a decadent dessert at Bread’s Bakery, a quintessential New York bakery.

up close grilled cheese s

Between all of the delicious stops you’ll have plenty of time to work back up that appetite as your expert tour guide recounts the rich history of the area.

“I love blowing people’s minds with all the history in the Flatiron district that they never would have guessed there was. I love talking about the history of the original Madison Square Garden and the murder of architect Stanford White who designed the second incarnation.”- Justin, tour guide extraordinaire.

inside of a coffee shop with plants

With mind and belly full from your tour you’ll hit one more stop to perk back up at NYC cult coffee favorite, Devoción. Producing some of the freshest coffee in NYC, Devoción has been roasting coffee and creating delicious brew for over a decade.  Enjoy a taste of the daily special before you wrap up your tour.

The Flatiron Food, History & Architecture Tour runs Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, beginning at 10:30 am. Click here to book your experience today!