Greenwich Village is well-known for its shady, winding streets with 19th Century houses, for its bohemian roots and historic Washington Square Park. But the Village’s tree-lined streets are also lined with some of the best restaurants and food specialty shops in all of the Big Apple.
Just ask celebrity chefs of the Food Network, food critics from the New York Times and thousands of New Yorkers: Greenwich Village is THE place to find the best of every cuisine. So come along and discover for yourself just what makes this neighborhood a foodie destination.
You’ll crunch your sweet tooth with scrumptious desserts, indulge in prosciutto arancini (rice balls) from a shop 100 years old, eat falafel so good that you will understand why New Yorkers wait in long lines every night at one of the first Middle Eastern establishments in the United States. And in a city known for its pizza, you will try not 1 but 2 of the city’s best-rated pizzerias.
Stops may include but are not limited to:
• Mamoums Falafel
• Artichoke pizza
• Bantum Bagels
• Faiccos Rice Balls
• Bleecker Street Pizza
• Molly’s Cupcakes and much more!
*Prepay Only Event. Tickets NOT Sold At Door.
(Suggested amount to bring for food is about $10, depending on your appetite).