When it comes to New York dining, nothing beats a guided tour of the best New York restaurants. Whether you are in town for business or pleasure, a guided tour of New York City’s finest restaurants makes for an exciting night out! Whether you’re with a big group or with family or friends, having a guided New York food tour is the perfect way to see all that New York has to offer. Here are some of our best New York restaurants:
If you’re a pizza fanatic, then a New York food tour of your choice should definitely include a trip to one of the top five pizzerias in the area. Of course, no pizza tour of New York would be complete without at least one visit to the famous Central Park pizza shop. This shop holds a few of the city’s most famous slices and has been featured on numerous television shows including “Diners, Drinkers and Friends.” Stop by the pizza parlor’s marble backed booths to enjoy a slice while listening to the gossip around you (the only kind that is).
For some of the most amazing cheeses in the world, head to Woodstock’s Steakhouse. Known for their chicken liver steak and barley soup dumples, Woodstock’s is a must stop for anyone with a passion for food and dinning. If you’re looking for a break from all the eats and sights, Woodstock’s offers a couple of its signature sandwiches: the Open Face sandwich and the Caesar. The restaurant also serves some of the city’s best baked cheesecakes, stuffed burgers and savory platters. The tastings are carefully prepared using the best ingredients by the best chefs in the city.
A visit to one of the best Manhattan restaurants, Grammercy Park’s Barstool Bistro & Wine Bar is a must. A New York native, chef Michael Pollack co-founded the popular bar in 2021 out of a loft on East 52nd Street. With an extensive wine list, a cocktail menu overflowing with interesting garnishes and a dizzyingly large beer menu, Pollack is sure to quench your thirst as soon as you step inside. With two locations in New York and one in Westport, Connecticut, many locals and visitors alike frequent both locations to get a full day of tasting and browsing.
For a more casual meal or lunch, Saratoga Springs food tours offer an array of interesting options. Take a stroll through the small town, and stop by at some of the local farmer’s markets to buy fresh fruit and vegetables. Stop by the popular Saratoga Springs Coffee Roasting Company for some savory espresso and cappuccino. Sample a wide range of delicious sandwiches, salads, wraps and desserts in between.
Foodies will be pleased to know that there are other great places to enjoy great meals and beverages in the Finger Hills region of Rochester. Known for its many outdoor restaurants, bars and cafes, Saratoga Springs food tours can take visitors to some familiar favorites while offering new insights into the offerings of the best new restaurants. Take a stroll through Old Town, and stop by the charming Dogan Art Gallery to view some of the works of local artists. The Roto Gallery in the area specializes in contemporary art and is known for hosting cutting-edge exhibitions featuring art from local and foreign artists. The Artful Eats restaurant at the Roto Gallery offers diners an exciting new culinary adventure.
Other Finger Hills restaurants that serve up local fare fit for a full day of feasting are Soul Kitchen and Bistro Latch. Soul Kitchen offers guests deluxe tasting selections of award winning entrees, appetizers and desserts. Bistro Latch is known for its casual fare, including sandwiches, pizza and pasta. Both restaurants also include a craft beer and wine option on their menus. For a night out, guests can stop by the charming Nantucket Bar and Grill to enjoy a cocktail and a few bites to start the evening off.
For even more choices in dining establishments that specialize in fine dining New York style, diners can stop by Bergen Street restaurants including The Bergen Restaurant and The Captain’s Table. The Captain’s Table specializes in six types of fish, as well as many other entrees including pasta and Mexican dishes. Bergen Street restaurants are always bustling with customers, whether in-of-town or visiting from out of town. For those hungry Bergen diners, stop by at one of the new Bergen restaurants listed here.