Explore the sights, secrets and diverse culinary fare of Manhattan's western districts on this foodie-focused Chelsea Market and High Line Tour. This small-group food tour will take you to the best spots along the famous High Line including Chelsea, the Meatpacking District, and Hudson Yards - some of the city's trendiest neighborhoods.
The Chelsea Market, Highline & Hudson Yards Food Tour will meet at Buddakan Restaurant, located at 75 9th Ave, New York, NY 10011, USA. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to the tour's departure time.
This food tour is approximately 3 hours and covers about a mile. You will walk at a leisurely pace and stop frequently to discuss interesting points along the way but will be on your feet most of the time.
This tour includes a local, professional guide, and all food listed below (enough for lunch). The tour highlights Chelsea Market, Hudson Yards, the Meatpacking District, and High Line Park in New York City. Drinks are not included. - Pizza from local favorite Filaga Pizza - Taco from inventive Takumi Taco (vegetarian option available) - Seed + Mill tahini ice cream with halva - Doughnuttery doughnut or Legendary little ‘witch from Fat Witch Bakery - Bao Buns from Mao’s Bao (vegetarian option available) - Artisinal Belgian chocolate at Neuhaus Hudson Yards shop Stops are subject to change at any time.
Yes! Children under 3 are not required to purchase tickets unless they want to enjoy the tastings. Please keep in mind that tours are 3 hours long and there is a considerable amount of walking.
Their public tours are in English, but their guides speak Spanish, Italian and French. If you need a tour in another language, please call the number on your e-ticket prior to your tour date.
Bring your e-ticket confirmation (either printed or on mobile), a refillable water bottle, and weather-appropriate items like sunscreen, umbrella and a hat.
Wear comfortable clothing and shoes, as you will be walking for most of the tour.
Yes, all tours are both wheelchair and stroller accessible. Most of the spots are street-level.
Dogs are fine if you don't mind leaving them outside when stopping by food establishments.
Tours will run rain, snow, or shine. Dress accordingly to the weather.