Want to know the best way to learn about Williamsburg, Brooklyn? It's through food!

This highly recommended Brooklyn foodie adventure is enough food for lunch! 

Williamsburg, one of Brooklyn's most popular and exciting neighborhoods, straddles old and new. You can enjoy the lively arts, music, and boutique scene here, chill in numerous cafes, dine in some very good restaurants.

During this walking experience you will discover some of the cultural delights and delectable bites of Brooklyn, by the hand of local food experts. Soak up the neighborhood's unique vibe as you visit iconic institutions to sample tasty treats.


  • Northside Bakery: Step into Williamsburg’s past at this traditional Polish bakery (pierogies and pastries)

  • Mable's Smokehouse: Critics pick BBQ at this neighborhood favorite (excellent veggie option) 

  • Enjoy two types of pizza from a NY Times recommended pizzeria and true hidden gem, Best Pizza. The owner is host of Vice Munchies and is Brooklyn born and raised

  • Savor bagel bombs and cereal milk ice cream at Momofuku Milk Bar (owned by celebrity chef, Christina Tosi of Master Chef)

  • Mast Brothers: Chocolate samples direct from this artisanal Brooklyn chocolate factory (flavors like sea salt, coffee, lavender and more!)

  • Odd Fellows: Inventive ice cream from an Iron Chef contestant (try as many flavors as you want before selecting one!)

Also see large scale street art, learn fascinating history (see author Henry Miller’s home and learn how the neighborhood shaped his writing), and capture the best view of the New York City skyline. 

Our guides are working actors so every tour has history through fun storytelling and lots of personality! Let us show you the Williamsburg that locals know!


Small group walking tour - so it's like enjoying an afternoon with new friends!

Incredible food, history, street art and views!

See full description of all food items at left.

Easy to get to! Start: Williamsburg Mini Mall two blocks from the Bedford Avenue L Subway (just 5 minutes from Manhattan)

Great for vegetarians!



Adults: $56
Children: $46

Cost includes all food!

Maximum of 14 people on tour! We keep our groups small so it’s an intimate, high quality experience.


Wednesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Don't see the date you want? Contact us to schedule a private tour.


Tours run rain, snow or shine. You will walk a total of 2 miles or 3.2 km. 

L Subway Weekend Service Notice: Weekends from 10 PM Fri to 5 AM Mon, trains run every 20 minutes and all trains at 1st Avenue and 3rd Avenue in Manhattan board from the Brooklyn-bound platform.

Our Brooklyn Food Tour Reviews:

Experience the best of Brooklyn!

“So what can I say this tour is perfect!!!!! Not only do you get to experience Brooklyn’s unique and wonderful food but get to experience it with a tour guide that is sensational! A must do for travellers to NYC! Thank you so much for making this such a memorable part of our trip!!!!”

— Anna T // TripAdvisor

The best way to explore NYC!

"My husband and I had a fantastic time with Cate on the food tour of Williamsburg district in Brooklyn. It was great to get off of the beaten path to find non-chain, non-touristy places to eat that served absolutely incredible food. The places chosen by were just the right mixture of savory and sweet."

— JPerry525 // TripAdvisor

Amazing Williamsburg Brooklyn Food Tour!

“We really enjoyed the tour! It was nice to get outside of Manhattan and see a different neighborhood. Our guide was knowledgeable and super friendly! We couldn't believe how many places we visited in just a few hours.”

— Fitzo62 // TripAdvisor

We love Brooklyn, but don't take our word for it...

Travel+Leisure says “In the past two decades, Brooklyn, New York City’s most populous borough, has transformed into one of the most-talked-about places in the world. It’s a hotbed of culture, art, music, and food—and it’s no surprise that its residents are proud to live there. Gastronomes will find some of the city’s best bars and restaurants scattered throughout the borough, while dozens of art galleries and music venues showcase the works of Brooklyn’s many creatives. Sites like the Brooklyn Bridge and the Botanical Garden, as well as McCarren and Prospect parks, regularly draw natives and newcomers. Home to a dynamic set of neighborhoods and ethnic enclaves, it’s hard to visit this borough and not fall in love with its lively and eclectic atmosphere.”

Timeout says, “Williamsburg is the epicenter of Brooklyn as a fashionable worldwide brand. The neighborhood may have rents higher than Gramercy and more crowds than Soho, but it’s popular for a reason: The quaint streets are lined with inventive New York restaurants, rooftop bars and eclectic shops, and throngs of people flock to the waterfront for flea markets and giant food bazaars during the summer. Heed the hipster call.”

Conde Nast Traveler says, “Two of the coolest neighborhoods in Brooklyn, New York—Williamsburg and Greenpoint—just keep getting better. At this point, we think it's totally fair to call New York our second home (various international airports could be probably be considered our first). But if Manhattan is where we work, then Brooklyn is where we play. There’s something about the neighborhood-y, effortlessly cool vibe found in neighborhoods like Williamsburg and Greenpoint that makes the borough so great for market hopping, vintage shopping, and patio chilling. Here are some of our favorite spots in North Brooklyn.”