The East Village, which was once home to the biggest population of immigrants in NYC, is now a quaint (but still very diverse) neighborhood of peculiar stories, great eats, and so much history, including a few ghost stories! With its lively history of music, arts, and a few riots, the East Village is home to a plethora of nationalities, and as you travel the streets, you’ll see remnants of what was one of the most culturally rich areas in NYC history. Come visit some of the twisty, winding streets of the East Village as we explore some of the oldest buildings, the coolest speakeasies, hidden alleyways, and of course, treats! Visit the first dog park in NYC, some adorable little shops and bakeries, observe the ever growing restaurant scene, and some cute quirks that make this trip one-of-a-kind!
Culturally diverse and always changing, the East Village has so many stories to tell. Following along with a local guide who is familiar with the history, but up-to-date on the best spots to stop at for treats makes this a must do tour!
470 Lafayette St, New York, NY 10003, USA
Tour guide: Holly Mehedin
Mobile: +1 (929) 352-0179
July 18, 2018
July 17, 2018