Next Sunday holds the Blues BBQ Festival at Hudson River Park. This free day of music and food starts at 2:00 pm and continues until 9:00 pm. Some of America’s best blues bands will be performing throughout the day, including Marquise Knox, Walter Trout, and Bonerama. Not only will there be great music, but New York City BBQ restaurants like Brother Jimmy’s BBQ and Dinosaur Bar B Que will have plenty of food for you to pig out on. You don’t want to miss this incredible day of fun, so check out our New York hotels and book your stay for next weekend. Come early and experience these tours that also bring you delicious food and wonderful music!
A Slice of Brooklyn Pizza Tour is a fabulous tour that will satisfy the pizza lover and history buffs alike. This four and a half hour tour takes visitors through the streets of Brooklyn to visit all of the best pizzerias in the area. The price includes pizza and soft drinks as well as a historic tour through the streets of Brooklyn that showcases famous movie spots, landmarks and special points of interest. All these sights and many more will be yours to see, all while enjoying the best pizza to be found and enjoying a historical account in Brooklyn.
When you take the West Village Pub Crawl on your trip to the Big Apple, you will be in for an exciting night of great drinks and nightlife in one of the city’s most popular areas. It is in this part of the city that you will explore various pubs on a three and a half hour walking tour as you visit the bars of the beat generation. You will be treated to a complimentary cocktail at each of the three pubs during this tour and have plenty of time to order additional drinks on your own. The West Village Pub Crawl is a great way to experience satisfying drinks and an even better atmosphere on your trip to the Big Apple.
Experience the culture and rich history of this region first hand and see why Harlem is famous for its “real” jazz and authentic soul food with the Harlem Soul Food and Jazz Experience. Start out with dinner at a local diner that features Harlem favorites like spicy ribs, fried fish and chicken, collard greens, and mac ‘n’ cheese. Head over to a local jazz club to hear real Harlem jazz in this five-hour tour of one of the most historically rich neighborhoods in America.