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Hell's Kitchen Food Tour and Central Park Stroll

  • Explore Hell's Kitchen and Central Park in one afternoon with a guide
  • Eat your way through New York City’s Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood
  • See Central Park highlights and lesser-known spots without getting lost
Hell's Kitchen Food Tour and Central Park Stroll
From US$114.00
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Hell's Kitchen Food Tour and Central Park Stroll
From US$114.00

Wander the flavor-filled streets of Hell’s Kitchen and the tree-lined paths of Central Park in just one afternoon on this New York City combo tour, a great choice for foodies and first-time visitors. Taste specialty dishes at a variety of Hell’s Kitchen restaurants and enjoy the perfect mix of eating and walking as you explore the lesser-known sections of Central Park and discover its hidden secrets.

What to Expect

Meet your guide at a convenient central location and start your tour of New York City with a visit to several different Hell’s Kitchen restaurants.

Your guide takes you to five different spots to snack on empanadas, hush puppies, baba ghanoush, donuts, and more. In between tastings, discover how Hell’s Kitchen got its name and get the inside scoop on New York City’s thriving food scene.

Next your guide takes you on a walking tour of Central Park, an 843-acre (341-hectare) park in the heart of New York City. Experience the park’s natural beauty up-close, learn about its history, and see some of its hidden spots.

After an afternoon of eating and walking, end your tour in the park with the option to continue exploring on your own.

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1 - 5 of 13 reviews

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Food and history combination

Enjoyable walk through Hell's Kitchen with Billy, sampling various ethic cuisines while getting a background on the history of the neighbourhood. Billy made a special effort to cater for a gluten free diet at short notice- much appreciated. Save plenty of room for the special...More

1  Thank Hinwas07
Reviewed 1 May 2018
Very informative and delicious food! Thanks Billy!

We had a beautiful afternoon walking around Hells Kitchen doing our five-stop food tour. Tried many different types of cuisine that I had never had any experience with before including Japanese BBQ and Portuguese! After the two hour long food tour we continued on to...More

1  Thank michaelaL7565OE
Reviewed 23 April 2018
Great fun with Nancy

We loved having Nancy as our guide. She was knowledgeable, interesting and fun. This was not our 1st food tour but it was with Manhattan Walking Tours. Food was great. Restaurants were interesting. And with a walk around Central Park to parts I'd not scene...More

1  Thank Barbara S
Reviewed 22 April 2018 via mobile
Central Park/Hell’s Kitchen tour

I visited New York with my mom. We really enjoyed the tour. The food was excellent and we loved getting a bit of history along with the places we visited. The Central Park tour was excellent as well. Our tour guide, Nancy, was the best!...More

Thank Angie D
Reviewed 9 April 2018
Great food, fun guide

Booking was easy. Though there was a minor change in the tour's beginning meeting spot, communication of that change was good. There were 5 food stops, ranging from okay (a ridiculously over-the-top donut-ice cream sandwich, an israeli-druse pastry) to great (japanese bbq, portugese pork sandwich,...More

2  Thank Dennis K
ManhattanWalkingTour, Owner at Manhattan Walking Tour, responded to this reviewResponded 20 April 2018

Thank you Dennis for the great review! Thanks again as well for being understanding with the address change for your tour. We hope to see you next time you're in town on one of our other food tours!

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