Manhattan Walking Tour is perhaps the best way to get to know Hell’s Kitchen in an afternoon. And Central Park is worth a visit anyway, but having a guide to point out all the interesting details and features makes the experience so much more enjoyable.
Hell’s Kitchen Food Tour + Central Park Walking Tour
Melting Pot of Flavors
NYC’s Most Iconic Park
Private Version of Tour Available
The perfect combination of diverse flavors and classic New York
Experience authentic international cuisine in Hell’s Kitchen and a bucket list-worthy walkabout in Central Park in one incredible tour! A combo tour makes for a great experience filled with information and abundant tasty eats.
Savor the melting pot of cultures from around the globe, and how that’s reflected in the delicious stops on the food portion of the tour
Enjoy the rich history and stories of these two locations from a local perspective
After some delicious food, slow things down in the city’s most famous park
Get to know the history of the park and check out a few hidden treasures
Experience the expanse of the largest man-made park in the city
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$149, on sale right now $124
Upon your reservation, you will receive a confirmation with maps and best mode of transportation to get to your meeting point
81st Street and Central Park West
Seven days a week, rain or shine
All tours are semi-private with 8 people or less
All your food and drink at five different spots and a fully qualified, knowledgeable, award-winning tour guide
Vegetarian option is available, please advise at time of booking if required. Any other dietary needs cannot be accommodated on this tour (vegan, kosher, nut allergies, dairy-free or gluten-free diets)
It is a walking tour, but the pace is slow and comfortable
What You’ll Do, See, and Eat
Don’t let the name fool you – you will be in heaven on this curated culinary expedition in one of New York City’s most notorious neighborhoods. Hell’s Kitchen is a melting pot of cultures from around the globe, a tapestry that is reflected in the delicious stops on this unique NYC food tour. As you indulge your taste buds, your personal, local guide will regale you with tales of old New York and its legendary characters. Learn how vast immigrant populations and organized crime helped shape this now-thriving neighborhood in the shadow of the theater district’s neon lights. Stroll the world famous “Restaurant Row” and discover how this area has evolved to become the hot-spot it is today. The flavors will inspire you and the history will delight you – or is it the other way around? Step inside New York City’s “Kitchen” and let Manhattan Walking Tour be your guide.
Next up, walking off all of that amazing food in the most iconic New York way.
To most people, Central Park is a dream NYC destination. To New Yorkers, it is our backyard, and we would love to have you over! Let your knowledgeable guide navigate you through this immense natural and architectural wonderland, while you hear stories that have delighted generations of New York City residents and visitors alike. With so much to see and do in this spectacular 843-acre refuge, having a local at your side is an invaluable tool for information and exploration. In Central Park, Strawberry Fields are forever and your NYC memories will last a lifetime.
Check Out What Our Guests Are Saying
My friends and I had an amazing tour through Hell’s Kitchen and Central Park. We’ve all been to NY prior to this visit, but Nancy did a terrific job filling us with new and interesting information. Very much worth it.
I took the Manattan Walking tour of Hell’s Kitchen and Central Park. If you want a fun afternoon filled with good eats, good conversation, lovely walk with all the sites and sounds of New York as the backdrop, this tour is for you
This 4 hour walking/tasting tour was fabulous! We ate our way through Hell’s Kitchen tasting amazing dishes from 5 different ethnic restaurants. Alex, our guide, knew is stuff about the history of the this incredible city and park.
We have done a few tours during our visit to NYC in the last four years. This one goes straight to the top of my list.