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SoHo/Little Italy/Chinatown Lunch Tour

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Trip at a Glance

  • Company

    Walking Tours Manhattan

  • Locations

    New York City, New York, United States

  • Activities

    Food Tour, Heritage-History Tour, Lifestyle, Sightseeing

  • Price
    $42 USD per person
  • Duration

    2 hours

  • Avg Distance

    1 mile

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Sun-Sat 2pm

  • Starting Location

    Spring Street, bet. Thompson & Sullivan St.

  • Price Includes

    All foods and sightseeing.

  • Notes

    Beverages are additional


  • You'll visit 3 diverse neighborhoods all within walking distance.
  • See the Freedom Tower building.
  • We will visit Columbus Park a bustling city park in Chinatown.


Trip Info

Have a full-lunch from 4 unique stores and restaurants in 3 neighborhoods. In SoHo we start with a mouth-watering thin-crust pizza with fresh tomato sauce and cheese. Crossing into Little Italy it’s Alleva’s for fresh cheese, plus soppressata, an Italian salami. Across the street is Ferrara, the oldest bakery in Little Italy, where we’ll have their original cannoli. In Chinatown we’ll have pan-seared pork dumplings.

We’ll see historic cast-iron buildings and the home to art galleries in SoHo, and the beautiful Police Building Condo, in Little Italy. In Chinatown we’ll visit Columbus Park, once part of Little Italy, now home to the Asian community.

SoHo is known for its high-end designer shops, Little Italy’s for its abundance of restaurants and Chinatown for discount shopping and jewelry.

Your adventure awaits!

Walking Tours Manhattan

Started in 2007 by Bruce Scher, a native New Yorker, and Licensed Tour Guide by the City of New York. Receives 5 stars from Trip Advisor.

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