As featured on NBC’s Today Show, the Food Network and the Travel Channel!
“A Slice Of Brooklyn Pizza Tour” invites New Yorkers and tourists alike to climb aboard the city’s only guided bus tour of Brooklyn’s BEST pizzerias. The tour includes pizza, soft drinks and an audio-visual historical sightseeing tour of Brooklyn’s famous movie locations, landmarks and points of interest. During this tour you’ll learn about and see some of the things that have made Brooklyn famous.
You’ll visit Grimaldi’s under the Brooklyn Bridge for their world famous Neapolitan style pizza and L&B Spumoni Gardens in Bensonhurst for their award winning Sicilian style pizza.
The tour highlights movie locations, landmarks and general points of interest around the borough. So, while pizza is our focus, families and friends often find this tour an ideal way to tour Brooklyn. You'll visit unique Brooklyn neighborhoods such as DUMBO (Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass), scenic Brooklyn Bridge Park for an up-close view of the Brooklyn Bridge, Fulton Ferry Landing (with its incredible view of the Lower Manhattan skyline!), the beautiful homes in Bay Ridge, Coney Island's landmark boardwalk and amusement park and much more. This Brooklyn sightseeing tour also features views of movie locations from famous films like Saturday Night Fever, Goodfellas, Annie Hall, Scent of a Woman, The French Connection - and you will watch the movie clips as you pass by the locations!
All pizza tastings are vegetarian and we can accommodate
gluten-free and vegan diets. Gluten-free guests get an antipasto of
mozzarella, roasted peppers, salami and olives at our first tasting
location and salad at our second location. Vegan guests get pizza with
no cheese at our first location and salad at our second location.
A Slice of Brooklyn Pizza Tour Schedule:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday (during August only), Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at 11am.
Tour departs from Union Square in Manhattan.
Duration of tour is 4 1/2 hours.
Watch a video clip of A Slice Of Brooklyn Pizza Tour on The Today Show