WHAT?:  The Red Hook Food/Drink Walking Tour (approx. 4 hours/6-7 locations) visits the best of Red Hook Brooklyn’s food/drink businesses in the neighborhood.  At every stop on the tour you will enjoy generous samples of the foods/drinks that each spot is famous for plus a bit of strolling on the waterfront for an unparalleled view of the Statue of Liberty and the Manhattan skyline.

WHY?:  You will learn about the sea-faring history of Red Hook as well as the stories of the artisinal food/drink businesses.  Red Hook business owners are very proud of their unique neighborhood and handcrafted products and it shows!

WHO?: Kelly Rice will be your tour guide.  Kelly is a huge fan of Red Hook Brooklyn and wants more people to be able to enjoy its treasures.  Hurricane Sandy heavily impacted the area and this tour helps to bring vibrancy back to the neighborhood.   She will personally lead each tour and convey the backgrounds  of each spot while you enjoy the delicious food and drinks!

WHEN?: Currently offered Wednesday – Friday, but email to discuss other scheduling options. 

WHERE: There are several ways to get to Red Hook.  The easiest and nicest is by water taxi to the Ikea dock ($5).  There are also city buses and taxis.  We will help you figure out the best way based on where you are coming from.  There is also ample parking for self-drivers.  Other transportation can be arranged upon request.


HOW MUCH?:   Tickets are $90 per person which includes an approximately 4 hour long, 7 stop tour and lots of delicious food and drinks!.  Email for more info.


Please also check out Carroll Gardens Historical Italian Walking Food Tour and the Dyker Heights Christmas Lights Tour (Chauffeuered) for other food tour options.



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