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Scott's Pizza Tours runs public and private tours of New York's vast pizza landscape by bus and on foot. Every tour stops at multiple pizzerias, each highlighting a different phase in the evolution of the dish from its humble beginnings as a street...more
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I did not know what to expect from a pizza tour. Our tour guide David was so nice and knowledgeable. My group got there very late, but made it on time to try the first pizza out of three. Each pizza slice we tried was...More
We’ve been to NYC as a family many times and I was looking for something new when I came across Scott’s Pizza Tours. I was a teeny bit skeptical that it would be “cheesy” (pardon the pun” or too “touristy” (despite me being a tourist!)....More
Myself and my wife done the cross town pizza walk and our guide was Peter Van Buren (excellent) we went to 3 stops Lombardi’s, Rubirosa and Fiore’s.
Our tour guide was really good as well as a fountain of knowledge about pizza and the restaurants...More
The pizza tour came up while I was exploring options of what to do on my visit - the reviews looked good and I LOVE pizza so I thought ‘what the heck’ and booked a ticket. When I arrived, David (our tour guide) and some...More
What a great experience with excellent pizza! Miriam was our tour guide and she was fantastic. We received a stellar pizza education and then ate a slice from Lombardi's, Fiore's PIzza, and John's Pizzeria. It was a fun way to spend 3 hours for lunch...More
Our group had the most fantastic time on the pizza tour. The hours were filled with an eclectic mix of pizza and fun facts. I highly recommend making this part of your NYC trip or going if you’re a local as a fun group or...More
My friends and I met up with David, from Scott's Pizza Tours, at the Gnocco Restaurant in the East Village. David was an awesome tour guide, full of good information about the history of pizza, the different ovens that can be used to bake pizza,...More
Sorry Scott, this review is a bit overdue.
We had a tour in early August where 10 of us did the pizza bus tour to Staten Island for my husband's birthday. Scott was the consummate tour guide and a pizza aficionado. If you had a...More
Visiting from Australia we had high expectations from the reviews read and we weren't disappointed. The 3 of us had a lovely time on a spectacular New York day walking and eating from 2 of the best Pizzeria's in North Village area and a small...More
Despite being just off of busy Houston Street, Nolita maintains a low-key vibe that makes it a pleasant retreat in the heart of lower Manhattan. Short for “North of Little Italy,” Nolita was once considered to be part of Little Italy. Today, the neighbourhood is popular with young fashionistas popping in and out of the chic independent boutiques that line Mulberry, Mott and Elizabeth Streets. In addition to shopping,
there are cozy restaurants and sidewalk cafes serving everything from new-school Italian food to the world-famous cronuts. While small in size (Nolita stretches just a few blocks in each direction), it’s a great neighbourhood to spend an afternoon people watching, window-shopping, and grabbing a bite to eat.
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You'll probably make stops at 4 locations, and at least one slice of pizza at each location (included in the tour). Water is also included at each stop. You can always purchase a beer or other drink at each location. My... More
You'll probably make stops at 4 locations, and at least one slice of pizza at each location (included in the tour). Water is also included at each stop. You can always purchase a beer or other drink at each location. My suggestion is to do the tour and at the end if you're still hungry, get a suggestion from your tour guide on a couple of locations near where the bus tour ends. Rest assured that there will plenty of locations available where ever you end the tour.