The New York City Greenwich Village World Sweets Tour explores Bohemian Greenwich Village – a dessert lover’s dream! Indulge your sweet tooth and sample these scrumptious worldly sweets: a creamy Brazilian Brigadeiro, Manousha’s Nutella flat bread, Mamoun’s Syrian honey laden Mambromeh, Fay Da’s sweet coconut bun, and Rocco’s Fruit-A-Mi-Su. We top off the tour with a build-your-own luscious Molly’s Cupcake winner of the Food Networks Best Cupcake Award.
We start at the 1888 magnificent Romanesque St. Anthony of Padua Church. It is the United States’ first Italian and Italian speaking Roman Catholic Church. See the: 1907 Raffetto’s Pasta Store and the Tira a Segno Italian Rifle Club, the famed cafes of MacDougal Street where beatniks, folkies and hippies alike gathered in cigarette filled coffee houses. You’ll also see the 1907 Porto Rico Importing Company, with its over 100 tea and coffee varieties. Finally, relax in the Italianate Fr. Demo Square, with its Italian piazza feel while enjoying your freshly built Molly’s (Foods Network Cupcake War Winner!) cupcake. This neighborhood comes alive with: food, stories, music, and fun. See why this tour proudly earned the Viator Badge of Excellence, and Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence. Eat, Tour, and Explore on Greg Walks NYC’s New York City’s Greenwich Village World Sweets Food Tour. It’s sure to be sweet and your tummy will thank you, and your dentist just might too. Samples and sites are subject to availability.
- A creamy Brazilian Brigadeiro
- A sweet macaron from a small little coffee spot
- Manousha’s fresh baked in front of your eyes Nutella flat bread
- Momoun’s Syrian honey laden Mambromeh
- Fay Da’s Sweet coconut bun
- A Rocco’s Pasticceria Fruit-a-misu
- A build-your-own luscious Molly’s Cupcakes
- The Magnificent Romanesque 1886 St. Anthony of Padua Church
- The 1907 year old Raffetto’s Pasta Shop
- The 1888 Italian Tira a Segno Italian Rifle Club
- The 1907 Porto Rico Importing Company
- Father Demo Square, which is actually a triangle
- The stunning interior Baroque style Our Lady Of Pompeii Church
Samples and sites are subject to availability.