As someone who is not a fan of feeling like they are an out-of-place tourist, Brian, straddled the line between being an informative guide and making us feel like a local group of friends out for a walk and a bite on a Saturday afternoon. I was concerned that as a vegetarian, and a picky eater at that, I would not be able to fully enjoy a culinary tour, but after our first stop at Bark Hot Dogs, and the best veggie dog I've ever eaten, I knew I was wrong. The food choices were impressive and I felt like I was eating something I could have only found right there in Brooklyn. Highlights included The Pickle Shack (and then an impromptu tour of Brooklyn Brine when the founder saw Brian had walked in), a special Eat Drink Brooklyn cocktail at Runner and Stone, and red onion gelato that even the biggest skeptic would enjoy. It is important to say that along with the food, the tour is truly based on being an informational way to learn about the history and gentrification of Brooklyn. I recommend this tour for anyone looking to discover new places to eat, as well as a great way to take a break from the city for a couple hours. Definitely a fun time!
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